The reason fragrance companies got away with selling toxic products for so long is that they are not legally required to list their ingredients on the labels. Regulations have made it legal to keep their ingredients undisclosed by simply disguising them under the term “fragrance”. In fact, a company can legally use over 400 ingredients under the single term to “protect” their trade formulas. Although there may be some credibility to protecting a company’s formula, it should not be done at the expense of the end user’s health.
by Thomas Frey I recently read an article in which the author concluded that Facebook knows as much or more about many of the people who are not on Facebook as those that are. In fact, Facebook’s ability to track the online activity of non-Facebook Internet users has been under scrutiny for several years. This made me […]
‘Worth the Price? Joe Biden and the Launch of the Iraq War’ is a short documentary reviewing the role of then-Senator Joe Biden in leading the United States into the most devastating foreign policy blunder of the last twenty years.