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Le Duc Mansion, Hastings, MN - is a fifteen room, Gothic Victorian home built in 1865 built by William Le Duc, who became the first Secretary of Agriculture. It is believed that General Le Duc, who died in 1917, haunts the mansion, as well as one of his daughters, Alice, and one of the latter owners, Carroll Simmons. Activity includes doors that open and close on their own - sometimes slamming, cold spots and objects that move on their own. No efforts have been made to exorcise the entities.

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"4-11-44" Quack Medicine Bottle Meant to Cure Various Venereal Diseases The bottle [was] for sale on eBay (here) by a seller who did a considerable amount of research on this particular “medicine” and its brand. I included their entire report under the cut. "My [the seller’s] research has turned up little information on the 4-11-44 brand, other than a U.S. Government court order from 1919, calling for the confiscation and destruction of a seized shipment of 4-11-44 that was being transported…

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from Mail Online

Shocking US government leaflet tells Mexican immigrants they can collect food stamp benefits without admitting they're in the country illegally

Former Iowa Governor Tom Vilsack is President Obama's Secretary of Agriculture and is responsible for the SNAP program's operation

United States Secretary of Agriculture - The Government is just taking over the industry and so is big buisness. well that is one and the same now. Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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from Organic Authority

Lawsuit Over Major Changes to Organic Foods Production Act Moves Ahead Against Ag Secretary

The lawsuit filed against the Secretary of Agriculture after a change was made to the Organic Food Productions Act without public notice will go forward.

Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack appoints new members for 2017-2019 term. Ciruli COO, Chris Ciruli, among the appointees.