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How Some Really Smart NYS Fracktivists Beat Cuomo and Won the Fracking War
The industry was telling anyone who would listen that the process was safe while telling local communities how they were going to become rich if the state would just lift the ban. And there was ... wh... read more
Who will take the fall for the Coalition?
The Senate is now no guarantee to pass anything at all, and with Government revenues tumbling, house prices soaring, and wages remaining stagnant - there are tougher times ahead of us ... as ending th... read more
Dan Cordell: I went to your Web page. It was very interesting. Thank you for your service! Welcome home!
An alphabetical directory of out-of-town and local ... I have no qualms with your blade meat. I only think there are also important issues to be talked about. You must think killing babies and all the ... read more
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Mike Adams, Monsanto, Nazis, and a Very Disturbing Article
Here’s the title of his piece: Biotech genocide, Monsanto collaborators and the Nazi legacy of ‘science’ as justification for murder Here’s how it starts: (NaturalNews) Monsanto is widely recognized a... read more
S.H. seeks public to comment on fluoride in city water supply
The committee recommended the topic be sent to the full City Council ... “Physicians and dentists alike went to great effort about 40 years ago to accomplish the fluoridation of Sweet Home’s water,” W... read more
Florida Police Knock on Wrong Door at 1:30 a.m. Without Identifying Themselves, Then Fatally Shoot Armed Resident
Via Instapundit comes the news that deputies in Lake County, Florida, early on July 15, fatally shot a man named Andrew Lee Scott. Deputies say they didn't identify themselves as police when they knoc... read more
Debate Over Global Warming/Climate Change Heats Up
Recently, 16 respected scientists signed a letter, published in the Wall Street Journal, which indicated there is no need to panic about global warming ... sides of this issue on the Internet or in yo... read more
Cats in US kill billions of birds, mammals, study finds
A domestic cat sits in October 17, 2010 in Manassas, Virginia. Domestic cats in the United States kill up to 3.7 billion birds and as many as 20.7 billion mice, voles and other small mammals each year ... read more
Finally, a candidate worth voting for
For all of my adult life, I have voted in presidential elections for the better of two unattractive options. This election is an exception. There is a candidate that I want to win, not just one that I ... read more
Confused About the DailyKos "Community"
If this behavior doesn't disappear, and soon, I wouldn't mind seeing a more vigorous effort to remove attack posts ... of anonymity to posting opinions online doesn't mean there is no penalty for aban... read more
Bill Nye Had a Fixed View on GMOs. Then Something Happened.
Yes, GMOs vary in their efficacy and in the profits they make for Big Agro, but there’s no doubt that thousands of lives can be saved by adopting a GMO like golden rice. And, after all, breeders have ... read more
San Francisco Vs. Soft Drinks
Another flaw in the warning is that it's misleading. Beverages with added sugar can cause ... Carnegie Mellon University economist George Loewenstein told The New York Times last year. "Changing price... read more