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Contact senators about 5G (nationwide campaign)DAS (Distributed Antenna System)

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Time-sensitive: contact senators about 5G (nationwide campaign)

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Dear Everyone,

US FCC wants to “streamline” the approval process for DAS (Distributed Antenna System) 4G/5G ubiquitous cell towers by exempting them from the 1996 Telecommunications Act!  

And the US Senate will imminently be voting on S.19 and S.88, to expand DAS 4G/5G deployment!

If such efforts succeed, millions of small cell towers (on existing light poles/utility poles, or new ones) will be deployed everywhere, throughout residential neighborhoods. The millimeter microwave radiation deployed will produce horrific health effects, worsening EVERYONE’s health, and will remove the remaining pollinators. It’s THAT serious. The bees in particular will die off rapidly, per studies of bees and microwave radiation.

See link below for list of Senators and their info, by State, for ease in writing and phoning.

https://www.senate.gov/senators/contact/

Be sure to write and call your own senators’ offices, and also contact as many others as possible.

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Minnesota: The PolyMet Copper Mine Project and the Lethal Risks to Lake Superior

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new-logo251_002Gary G. Kohls, MD – 1-31-17

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“Northern Minnesotans, Native American Water Protectors ( like the heroes at Standing Rock), sportsmen, environmentalists, downstream businesses, wild rice harvesters, fish, game, birds and just plain working folks whose babies and other vulnerable beings with developing brains need non-toxic water to thrive or simply survive must understand that such relatively common catastrophes could destroy the aquifers in the BWCAW, Birch Lake, the Partridge River, the Embarrass River, the St. Louis River, the city of Duluth and ultimately, Lake Superior.”

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The PolyMet Project and the Lethal Risks to the St Louis River Watershed and Lake Superior

It’s an Acceptable Risk for Foreign Investors to Take, but What About Us?

ALL tailings “ponds” are a problem. If they don’t breach and spill massive amounts of toxic sludge into the environment like at Mount Polley, they leach that contamination slowly, poisoning the waters and lands around them.”  —

Last year, Duluth News-Tribune published a Local News article with the title “EPA signals its support for final PolyMet review”.

The article ended with what I regard as an intentionally deceptive and woefully insufficient sentence: “Critics say the project is likely to taint downstream waters with acidic runoff”. More

TS Radio: “Voices Carry for Animals #122”- Lucy’s Edmonton Advocacy Project- Sam Whincup & Mary-Ann Holm

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TS Radio: the Return of Danny Tate!

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LIBERAL-MANIA FALLS INTO CULTURE SHOCK: IT’S THE TRUMP CARD AFFECT

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The question: How were so many Americans just content with government doing it all for them while their individual freedoms just withered away and
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   Donald Trump is a gambling man.  If he wasn’t good at it, he would have sold his casinos a long time ago.  Also, running for President was a gamble.  He knew about the risk but he had something that the other candidates didn’t have.  He knew a little slight of hand and then he pulled out his trump card.  After he was elected he showed us that he also had a few things up his sleeve.  Though he is now the President, he is not a king as kings are not elected by the people. They normally are installed by a former king or queen through family succession.  But for now, I shall place these ideas on hold for a moment so as to have a closer look at the history books. 

History reveals two sides.  Usually it is either the dark side or the light side.  So think about America as more light is shown on the following subject.
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Explosive Expose by Michael Volpe: Did judges in Sandra Grazzini-Rucki case previously fix husband’s cases?

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Justice for Sandra Grazzini-Rucki and Children

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Read the Explosive New Expose by Michael Volpe :Did judges in Sandra Grazzini-Rucki case previously fix husband’s cases?

(Dakota County, Minn) This article draws upon court records and legal research that suggests David Rucki has received special treatment in cases presided over by both Judge David L. Knutson  and Judge Karen Asphaug. From Volpe: “The judges in Sandra Grazzini-Rucki’s criminal and family court case may have previously fixed cases for her ex-husband, raising further doubts about the fairness of their rulings.

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In one incident, Judge Karen Asphaug presided over a criminal charge of disorderly conduct against David Rucki.

The charge resulted after an incident on September 8, 2009, where Rucki was arrested after becoming aggressive and threatening towards his neighbors. According to the complaint,”He stated the suspect (Rucki) threatened his wife, his son, then called them all assholes…

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TS Radio: Judicial abuse Minnesota: Sandra Grazini-Ruki ..targeted, harassed, threatened

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TS Radio: Whistleblower’s: Sean Higgins & Memphis VA also ….”burn pits”

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You might be a conspiracy theorist if the person you face lacks critical thinking skills

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conspiracy-ideaAnd one used when you have exposed information that has obviously been produced to misinform the public, to expose wrong doing, or in the case of numerous “terrorist” attacks put on by the FBI…….to question the statements of known liars!

The Netflix Tax: Coming to a Screen Near You

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Let’s hope you were able to get in all your binge watching before the new year, as online streaming entertainment may very well be the next thing that we enjoy slapped with a tax.

Many cities across the country have found that taxes from utilities have taken a hit with the rise in the number of people who have decided to “cut the cord” from cable companies. During the second quarter of 2016 alone, over 812,000 people cancelled their paid television subscriptions and switched to various streaming services like Netflix, Hulu, and SlingTV, which only require internet access.

As that telecom tax revenue continues to fall off, cities across the country are losing approximately $50 dollars (much more in larger cities) per cable subscriber in tax. Accordingly, lawmakers have discovered a brand new source of revenue in digital entertainment.

It’s called the “Netflix tax,” and it is beginning to be included as part of different cities’ amusement, sales, and, in some cases, even utilities tax.

Read more: https://taxrevolution.us/netflix-tax-coming-to-a-screen-near-you/

Scotts-Monsanto GM Grass Threatens National Forests, Rivers, Ranchers, and Farmers

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Now biotech companies want local residents to pay the costs of clean-up! Action Alert!

Over a decade ago, Scotts partnered with Monsanto to market a GM bentgrass resistant to glyphosate (Roundup). It was planted next to the Malheur National Forest in test plots ostensibly controlled by Oregon State University. Unbeknownst to most people, it was also planted all over the US—in California, Iowa, Maryland, Pennsylvania, and seventeen other states.

It was supposed to be confined and controlled, but it very quickly escaped and spread out of the test plots in Oregon into Idaho, and crossbred with natural grasses to create new breeds that were also resistant to glyphosate. It clogged up irrigation ditches, threatening food crops and contaminating pasture-raised cattle with GMOs. In addition to the immediate threats to farmers and ranchers, grass seed—which is among Oregon’s top five commodities—is now under threat.

Initially, Scotts-Monsanto tried to stop the spread and clean up the contamination. But it was unable to do so because the original bentgrass (and now the other grasses it cross-pollinated with) are glyphosate-resistant. More toxic herbicides have been brought in to try to keep irrigation ditches clear, and to stop the grasses from clogging and eventually killing waterways important to wildlife and humans.

Now, according to The Oregonian, Scotts-Monsanto is walking away from the monster it created, leaving farmers, ranchers, wildlife, and eventually the fishing industry (if it spreads to the Columbia River) to deal with it. The current conundrum is that herbicides necessary to kill the invasive GM grasses are toxic to aquatic life, including fish. Soon the grasses will become resistant to even the most toxic chemicals, and nothing will eradicate the invasive grasses but heavy equipment.

Worst of all, the effects of GM products replacing natural grasses and plants on wildlife were completely predictable.

Scotts-Monsanto was fined $500,000, the maximum penalty under the Plant Protection Act, and agreed never to sell GM bentgrass. In addition, the companies were ordered to eradicate the GM nuisance in irrigation districts so farmers could continue farming.

But the federal government is apparently stepping in to help Scotts-Monsanto avoid liability. The US Department of Agriculture (USDA) recently deregulated the GM grass, a move that shifts the burden of controlling GM bentgrass from Scotts-Monsanto to local landowners and American taxpayers.

The law is clear: if a plant poses a risk, the USDA is not to deregulate it. Scotts-Monsanto has already signed an agreement not to sell the product. So why is the USDA violating the law and deregulating GM bentgrass? Why would Scotts-Monsanto ask that it be deregulated when it has agreed not to sell it? It may be because GM bentgrass has been planted all over the United States, and when it’s discovered that the Oregon scenario is happening in every state, Scotts-Monsanto can pin it on the government and the taxpayers avoiding responsibility for costly clean-ups.

There are precedents for farmers and consumers holding biotech companies legally accountable in these scenarios. Midwestern corn growers filed a class-action lawsuit against Syngenta last year, claiming the company’s GM corn contaminated their crops and cost them billions in international sales. In 2011, Bayer paid $750 million to Southern rice growers in a similar scenario.

We hope justice is done in Oregon, and the parties responsible for this mess are forced to clean it up.

Action Alert! Tell the USDA to stop offering legal liability protection to biotech companies. Please send your message immediately.

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TS Radio: Voices Carry for Animals #128- Guest: Senator Raymond J. Lesniak

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Guest will be: Senator Raymond J. Lesniak– The second longest-serving sitting lawmaker in New Jersey. Veteran State Senator of New Jersey, who has a distinguished track record of working on behalf of animals and animal welfare.

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“Nosey’s Law” which prohibits the use of elephants in traveling acts (named after a Florida-based elephant leading the tough, solitary life of solo perfoming elephant.) “Nosey’s Law” PASSED in the New Jersey Senate on October 20, 2016 with a 32–5 vote! This bill, S-2508, known as “Nosey’s Law” would prohibit the use of elephants in traveling animal acts, which are defined as any performance that requires an animal to be transported to or from the location of the performance in a mobile or traveling housing facility.

It’s official, my legislation banning Puppy Mills from doing business in NJ and overcoming President Trump keeping breeders health and safety violations from public scrutiny will be voted on in the Senate March 13. Donald Trump can’t stop me from protecting dogs and cats from these cruel business practices that jeopardize their health and safety. #NJvote4Ray

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Revises “Pet Purchase Protection Act” to establish new requirements for pet dealers and pet shops. S-3041

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DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE PAID OUT OVER ONE BILLION DOLLARS IN THE LAST 10 YEARS FOR VIOLATIONS

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BY: COREY LEA

JANUARY 23, 2017

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DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE PAID OUT OVER ONE BILLION DOLLARS IN THE LAST 10 YEARS FOR VIOLATIONS; LESS THAN 2 PERCENT PAID TO BLACK FARMERS THAT HAVE 98 PERCENT OF PENDING CLAIMS

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The USDA takes great pride in systemic discrimination and have been very effective in not paying for such egregious acts. Over the last 10 years, the USDA has paid over One Billion in claims filed for violations of law, but they have managed to pay less than 2 percent to Black Farmers who represent 98 percent of the pending claims.

The Administrative Procedures Act is a law enacted by Congress to give the Agency a chance to correct its own actions. However, the Agency has instructed the Administrative Law Judge and Judicial Officer to deny all claims by Black Farmers and minimize claims against White Farmers.

Of the One Billion paid by the Judgment Fund, the Administrative Law Judge only awarded 10 Million on settlements over the last 10 years. The reasons for this strategy or position taken, to deny formal hearing on the merits, is so that the complainants can not get all of the records to substantiate their claims if they file a suit against the agency in federal court. The Department of Justice has been very good at getting suits dismissed due to lack of evidence to substantiate claims.

The most common discrimination claim against the Department is Equal Credit Opportunity Act, a tort for discrimination. To be victorious in that claim, a claimant must provide proof of similarly situated White Farmers getting the same or similar favorable treatment in regards to loans. It is virtually impossible to provide such information. However, Congress mandated that the Agency must provide a copy of those records, which include similarly situated White Farmers in the records, found in the expressed language of section 14012 of the Food Energy and Conservation Act or 2008 Farm Bill. The Courts, in most cases, are not following the law and dismissing these discrimination actions by Black Farmers without the benefit of discovery or compelling the records as Congress mandated.

Corey Lea
Executive Director
The Cowtown Foundation Inc.
The Lil’ Cowtown Ranch and Rodeo Inc.

WAN Investigator Uncovers Details Of A Presidential Wildlife Legacy

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Ignorance + Tribalism = Oppression

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new-logo251_002by James Hufferd, Ph.D.

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1385158_209291655918646_190416358_a   The great division of mankind in our world is not that between Muslims and their allies and Christians/Jews (or, more inclusively, “westerners”). Even less between liberals and conservatives, Republicans and Democrats, radicals and moderates or regressives. No, The only meaningful split of historic importance today is between globalists (those who favor world despotic, top-to-base control ultimately by self-chosen leaders, often shadowy, predestinated by incomparable wealth and established connections, and anti-globalists who favor each individual being reliant in so far as possible on his/her own mind and participating together as full citizens. More

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