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VERIZON DSL/WI-FI NOISE POLLUTION AND NATIONAL GRID’S DIRTY POWER

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We have formed a volunteer alliance across the country. Contact us by responding to this video.

The noise you hear is a representation of those we have become familiar with and slightly elevated in volume so you can clearly pick them out. We have lived for over two years with an insidious and invasive electrical noise in our community -not due to anything in our home!- which is in violation of MA Noise Regulations. Our lifestyles and wellbeing have been greatly compromised for almost 2 years. More

Chinese government money is buying one of U.S.A.’s biggest mines

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This small group of our farmers and ranchers didn’t sell out for money offered.  They’re standing strong.  They use words like “community” and “our future” when talking about this issue.  If you’d like to support them:

Attend a meeting on Dec. 9 and 10, 2010 (9 a.m. – 4 p.m.) at Nevada Dept. of Water Resources, 901 S. Stewart Street, room #2002, Carson City, NV 89701

“It’s ironic that this mining deal involves the words hope and liberty, because what this really represents is that we are losing both for our country.  You can see it on the faces of the farmers and ranchers at this meeting.” More

NEW RULES: YOU AND THE IRS THIS JANUARY

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Guest Op-ED
By David Nguyen
December 7, 2010
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According to “The Great American Tax Dodge”, the IRS is far more apt to go after middle-income non-filers and does not fully investigate affluent non-filers. The IRS uses the lame excuse that the rich may under-state the taxes owed and that the IRS would prefer nothing over under-stated taxes. It is more likely that the IRS avoids investigating the rich because they have resources to oppose the IRS.  The IRS is more apt to harass middle income earners who pay fines easily without a fight.  More

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