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Sunday 12/09/12

White House Science Advisors Stress Ag Research Investments
The country's agricultural research "is not prepared to meet the challenges that U.S. agriculture faces in the 21st century," according to a new report released Friday by the President's Council of Advisors on Science and Technology.[Read Full Blog Post]
Posted at 1:59PM CST 12/09/12 by Chris Clayton | Post a Comment
Comments (3)
Gee...I wonder what Corporate interests are heavily represented here. I checked...St Louis must be proud.
Posted by Ric Ohge at 10:41AM CST 12/10/12
Oboma is not interested in science. He isinterested in what he can do to get control of everything he can. He is now the hero of most dicators in the world, they know they can deal with him. He will not read the report you linked to, he is just not interested in it ,it is to far beneath him. I there is nothingin it to push his socialist agenda he has no time for it. I linked to it and read it. I is a groveling attempt to get more money fo some of the screwy ideas being promoted by a bunch of liberals in univerisities who are way overpaid. Anyone who disagrees with this regime will be deamoized in his next speech and by the liberal press. This getting truly pathetic we are being lead by a potus who thinks he needs to tell us what kind of a light bulb we can use.
Posted by GORDON KEYES at 5:31PM CST 12/10/12
Well Gordon, all your "Rush rants" don't change the fact he won the election while Faux News and hate radio predicted a Romney landslide. Maybe it's time the party of tea start facing reality as well as science, the 1950s are over.
Posted by Jay Mcginnis at 7:06AM CST 12/21/12
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