Tag Archives: Agriculture

KnoxNews Columnist Greg Johnson Called out by Colleague; Resorts to Internet Trolling

A rule of thumb in social media is “don’t feed the internet trolls.”  A time proven axiom in politics is “never pick a fight with someone who buys ink by the barrel.” Before I violate both dictates, I’ll stipulate KnoxNews.com … Continue reading

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Why is GMO Zealot Greg Johnson Making Up These Things About Me?

On May 25, I made this filmed speech to the Knoxville March on Monsanto, one of 400 such rallies worldwide to raise awareness of Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO).  I was honored to be asked by area small farmers to speak … Continue reading

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Sometimes Increased Productivity Isn’t Such a Good Thing

At the dawn of the 20th Century, America remained largely an agrarian nation.  In 1910, for example, the population of Georgia was still greater than California.  While the streets of urban areas struggled to cope with the noisy automobile, mechanization … Continue reading

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