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NAIS ~~~ to Own a Politician

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From: Darol Dickinson
Barnesville, Ohio 43713
740 758 5050 5-28-09

by Darol Dickinson 7-1-09


Right-click here to download pictures. To help protect your privacy, Outlook prevented automatic download of this picture from the Internet. Political Bribery and Collusion

Let’s call him Mr. B. He was a very auspicious Texas businessman and Mr. B planned to stay that way. His success had come hard, taking the highest risks, and no half pint politician was going to pass some bleeding heart law to thwart his achievements. Mr. B volunteered to serve as Republican Fund Raising Chairman and consistently rolled in the donations. He was highly respected by Texas candidates because he sucked in the bucks. With no small shock to many, here he is on TV, at a Democratic rally, right next to the podium by the featured speaker. What is going on? To cover all bases, he was also the leading contributor to the Democratic party. Mr. B. said, “I must know for certain that when I need special things, no matter who wins, I can make one phone call and — I own them.” More

CONTINENTAL CONGRESS 2009

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Attention Citizens of California

 

I will attend the spectacular 4th of July celebration at Camp Vigilance, two miles from California Mexico Border and 73 Miles East of San Diego.  (Link)

 

Look for me at Camp Vigilance or contact me thereafter.   At Camp Vigilance I look forward to tell you about:

  1. My role as Proponent of the California Taxpayer Protection Act
  2. My candidacy to topple Henry Waxman (30th Congressional District).  Waxman is a key architect of Constitutional Law violations, Big Brother Government, Big Taxes and Tyranny.
  3. The Continental Congress of 2009.  A Peoples 30 day Congress to air Federal Government Constitutional Violations and the drafting of a Formal Grievance Petition to Congress. The CC2009 will be held in November, possibly at Constitution Hall in Philadelphia.  More

USDA Poised to Approve Widespread, Risky Field Trial of GE Trees

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http://truefoodnow.org/

On Wed, 7/1/09, Center for Food Safety

office@centerforfoodsafety.org

The biotechnology firm ArborGen has asked the USDA for permission to conduct 29 field trials of genetically engineered “cold tolerant” eucalyptus trees in the U.S. For the first time in history, this massive experiment, which is on the verge of being green-lighted, will literally be using nature as the laboratory to test more than 260,000 genetically engineered trees. Scientists across the U.S. are voicing concerns over this proposal.

As it did with GE alfalfa, USDA failed to conduct and prepare an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) to comprehensively address all the relevant issues related to the proposed eucalyptus field trials. Scientists at Duke University in North Carolina have created pollen models that show tree pollen traveling from a forest in North Carolina for over 1,000 kilometers northward into eastern Canada. A study published in the New Physiologist found pine pollen 600 kilometers from the nearest pines. Scientists researching sterility in trees have admitted that 100 percent guaranteed sterility in GE trees is impossible. This evidence implies that if GE trees are released into the environment, widespread and irreversible contamination of native forests cannot be prevented.

Contamination of natural trees by GE eucalyptus could pose a severe environmental threat. Eucalyptus grow well in warm climates, so engineering them to tolerate cold temperatures removes the only barrier to their unrestricted spread. In some places where eucalyptus have been introduced, they are well known for escaping and colonizing native ecosystems. For example, eucalyptus is listed as an invasive species and a costly plant pest in California. The spread of these plants into the wild through seeds and plant matter is highly likely, and the impacts on native ecosystems from this invader are largely unknown. Additionally, one of the experimental GE tree varieties is a known host for cryptococcus gatti, a fatal fungal pathogen whose spores cause meningitis in people and animals. More

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