Why is it that when money's involved, there's always corruption? Can't a group just be honest and trustworthy for once?
Deadly products, bribery, corruption, environmental disasters, tax evasion, human rights abuses, and cover-ups: These are the people responsible for smoking bans.
Anyone following the CDC's proclamations about smoking over the past couple of decades could have already told you they are liars.
Scientific journals, health studies, health departments, hospitals, and universities are all susceptible to corruption, but now you can find out who funds them.
After defeating and surpassing its only (formerly) major rival, the tobacco industry, Big Pharma has set its sights on the rest of the country.
The FDA has no right to tell you or anyone else not to take supplements, smoke, or vape. They have not earned, nor do they deserve, the public's trust.
Anti-smoking groups like the American Cancer Society fight to restrict the freedoms of smokers using millions of dollars from pharmaceuticals--an industry whose products, overall - when taken as prescribed - kill one American every five minutes. And many are said to cause cancer!