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Saturday, March 3, 2012

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Monbiot — Steal things and be a “democratic” hero?
Showing the intellectual depth we’ve come to expect from progressives, Monbiot argues that the public debate on atmospheric dynamics would be improved by knowing who-funds-those-who dare speak against the government experts. It’s as if the truth of future tropospheric warming comes not from weather balloons, but from bank accounts and budget papers. What words do Heartland print that are so danger
2012 is HERE!
Cosmic Convergence Accelerates Epochal Change On Planet Earth What happens when an unparalleled Solar Maximium occurs while Pluto is cruising through Capricorn, seismic activity and vulcanism (both undersea and on land) have already seen a dramatic uptick, technospheric breakdown has greatly accelerated, entire species have vacated the planet as whole ecosystems are irreparably destroyed, global
Episode 220 – The Strange Case of Sirhan Sirhan
If a movie is based on a book that is based on a real experiment that later actually happens in real life, is it “real” or “fiction.” Join us today on The Corbett Report as we step through the looking glass in search of information about Sirhan Sirhan, the shooting of RFK, CIA mind control experiments, and the blurring of the line between real life and fantasy. For those with limited bandwidth, CL

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ACTA in UK: 10 Years in Jail for ‘Illegal Downloads’
Intel Hub RT March 3, 2012 UK web surfers have caught a grim glimpse of the future with Internet users being threatened with 10 years in jail for “illegal downloading” after a prominent music file-sharing site was shut down shortly after Britain signed the notorious ACTA bill. It is the first time such a move has been made against Internet users in the UK. The British government introduced regulat

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Self-pub? Indie-pub? E-pub? Behold, an epiphany on the future of publishing
Actually, I’m uncomfortable with the term epiphany. Maybe it’s the religious overtones. Seems like every time some guy has an epiphany, next thing you know he’s proposing some kind of fresh hell in god’s name. It’s all voices in the night telling some shmuck to haul his kid off and slit his throat, bright lights and falling off horses, angels in the backwoods whispering the location of secret gold
The kindness of strangers – and they don’t get much stranger than these folk
How many people you don’t know have done you favors lately? And I don’t mean common courtesies, like holding doors, I mean real favors? I’m guest blogging today over at Steena Holmes’ web site. Never met Steena, just one of those twitter conjunctions. One of us followed the other, the other followed back, we’d swap bon mots now and then. She’s another writer, but in the romance genre – well, roman

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Corbett Report Radio 082 – The 2010 Video Archive
Tonight we highlight some of the videos available on the brand new 2010 Video Archive DVD, available now from corbettreport.com. Featuring interviews, commentary and information that matters from a defiantly alternative perspective, the 2010 Video Archive DVD assembles some of the hardest-hitting Corbett Report videos from 2010 on one DVD for the first time and provides a new tool to add to your i
Cash, arms, jihadists fuel Syria war – James Corbett on RT
Syrian government forces have regained control of the Baba Amr district in Homs – which has been the main centre of armed resistance for almost a month. Washington says it’ll keep up efforts to convince Russia and China to put pressure on President Assad and impose tougher sanctions against the Syrian regime. James Corbett – editor of the Japan-based independent news website the Corbett Report, sa
Corbett Report Radio 081 – Breitbart Dead and Food World Order
James breaks down the sudden death of Andrew Breitbart on tonight’s program and questions the immediate conclusion that it was due to “natural” causes. In the latter half of the program, James Evan Pilato joins us to go over all the latest from FoodWorldOrder.com. Works Cited: Conservative activist Andrew Breitbart dead at 43 White House dodges Obama’s college transcripts Bombshell: Barack Obama c
New World Next Week – 2012/03/01
Welcome back to http://NewWorldNextWeek.com — the video series from Corbett Report and Media Monarchy that covers some of the most important developments in open source intelligence news. This week: Story #1: Goodbye, First Amendment: ‘Trespass Bill’ Will Make Protest Illegal http://ur1.ca/8fp7k Obama Issues ‘Policy Directive’ Exempting American Citizens From Indefinite Detention http://ur1.ca/8ge
Interview 472 – Helen Caldicott on Fukushima One Year Later
Last year Helen Caldicott, author of such books as Nuclear Power is Not the Answer and The New Nuclear Danger, joined us to discuss the dangers of nuclear power in the immediate wake of the Fukushima disaster. Now, one year after the disaster unfolded, we talk to Dr. Caldicott once again, this time to take about the legacy of Fukushima, what we now know actually took place in the days, weeks and m
Interview 471 – New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato
Welcome back to http://NewWorldNextWeek.com — the video series from Corbett Report and Media Monarchy that covers some of the most important developments in open source intelligence news. This week: Story #1: Goodbye, First Amendment: ‘Trespass Bill’ Will Make Protest Illegal http://ur1.ca/8fp7k Obama Issues ‘Policy Directive’ Exempting American Citizens From Indefinite Detention http://ur1.ca/8g

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Fluke: Obama Told Me My Parents Should Be Proud
Raw Story By David Edwards Friday, March 2, 2012 16:12 EST Georgetown University law student Sandra Fluke on Friday choked up as she recalled an encouraging phone call from President Barack Obama after conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh smeared her as a “slut.” “You were in our green room getting ready to come on and the White House tells us that we can reveal that you just got off the phone w
Obama Campaign Slams Koch Brothers: Americans For Prosperity Should Reveal Donors
The Huffington Post | By Leigh Owens Posted: 03/02/12 02:56 PM ET The Obama campaign has started a petition aimed at forcing Americans for Prosperity, the conservative group backed by billionaires Charles and David Koch, to release its donor lists to the public, proving the group’s claim of running a grassroots-supported organization. This latest move by the campaign is part of an ongoing battle
Rush Limbaugh’s Attack On Sandra Fluke Was Hate Speech
Posted at  12:27 PM ET, 03/02/2012 The Washington Post   By- Jamila Bey Radio host Rush Limbaugh is so keen on pornography, he’s suggested an entirely new genre of it. In an attack against the Georgetown University law student, Sandra Fluke, who House Republicans wouldn’t let testify at a hearing on insurance coverage for contraception, Limbaugh shared his ideas about what should happen to women
Andy Is No More
I am assuming that this isn’t one of Andy’s lies. If it is, I apologize in advance for falling for it. Those of us who have watched Breitbart for a long time have seen his personal appearance worsen noticeably over the last year or so. He’s also been much more lunatic in his public appearances, which would be an indicator of something troubling. I figured it was demon alcohol, and alcoholism woul
Mitt Romney Wins: Michigan Primary Results 2012
Posted: 02/28/12 10:14 PM ET  |  Updated: 02/28/12 10:46 PM ET Huff Post Mitt Romney was projected the winner in the Michigan primary on Tuesday night by NBC. Going into the contest, former U.S. Sen. Rick Santorum was hoping to pull off an upset win over the former Massachusetts governor. Santorum was projected to finish in second place in Michigan, while Ron Paul was projected to finish third wi

Amused Cynicism
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Ten years for downloading music?
Internet users are being threatened with imprisonment: UK web surfers have caught a grim glimpse of the future with Internet users being threatened with 10 years in jail for “illegal downloading” after a prominent music file-sharing site was shut down shortly after Britain signed the notorious ACTA bill. It is the first time such a move has been made against Internet users in the UK. The British g
Edinburgh Pirate meeting, Saturday 3 Mar at 4pm
There will be a Pirate Party meeting in Edinburgh, this Saturday (3-Mar-2012) starting at 4pm. The venue is the Cameo Bar (map) Anyone wishing to be involved in the Edinburgh local election this May should attend, as should anyone interesting in joining the party, or just curious about who we are any what we stand for. I will be there as will our candidate in Southside/Newington ward, Stephen Bath

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The latest Pinewood blockbuster...
POOR HORSEDIRECTED BY STEVE HILTONSTARRINGDAVID CAMERON REBEKAH BROOKSCHARLIE BROOKS JEREMY CLARKSONAND RAISA AS HERSELFBASED ON THE TRUE STORY AS PLAYED OUT BY THE CHIPPING NORTON SETRaisa, a long serving horse with the Metropolitan police, is looking forward to her retirement. To her horror, rather than being placed in a sanctuary, she finds herself loaned out to the clubbable but unstable tabl
Oh, Icarus.
In my never-ending campaign to stuff ever increasing amounts of useless information into my brain, I've been spending the last few nights watching Adam Curtis's earlier films on Youtube. His documentary on the collapse of Barings Bank, masterminded by Nick Leeson through the concealment of massive losses on the derivatives market in Singapore has since been rather overshadowed by the crash of 07/
An ex-policeman's lot is not a happy one.
I realise I've been just ever so slightly fixated on phone hacking/the Leveson inquiry this week, something I shouldn't really be apologising for. This is definitely the most important part of Leveson's work so far, which isn't to belittle the "first module", just that this section is the part where the police's relationship with News International is being examined in real detail for the first

Texas Liberal
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I’ll Be On Cincinnati’s WAIF-FM 88.3 From 3-5 PM Eastern Time Today
I always enjoy telling folks about my every-so-often public schedule. Martin Luther King once said attention is “Vitamin A for the ego.” Here is the 2012 Texas Liberal Martin Luther King Reading & Reference List. This is the best such resource on the web. I’ll be in-studio and on the radio on Cincinnati’s community radio station WAIF-FM 88.3 on Saturday, March 3. ( Above—A radio. Here is some
Big Picture
Here was the big picture view this afternoon in Cincinnati, Ohio. Houston is flat and you have to go up in a tall building to see the big picture. Cincinnati has a number of hills and observation points. Or you can just take some time to stop and think about stuff if you want to see the big picture. You don’t have to find a tall building or go up a hill. It’s up to each of us to find the time to
I Kept On Walking
I took a walk today around the campus of the University of Cincinnati. This is a place I spent a lot of time at 25 years ago. I looked at the kids walking around campus. I wondered why it was that some people were born at one time and others at another time. I wondered why it is why come to know some people and not other people. I wondered if could have formed lifelong friendships with any of thes
It Looks Like Ruins From Long Ago
The photo here that I took near the University of Cincinnati this afternoon looks like ruins from long ago. But what it was in my recollection, was the kind of nightclub where frat boys would punch each other out at closing time at 2 AM. It is a lot better as ruins.
Obama Campaign Effort Well Underway
Here is the Obama 2012 campaign HQ in Cincinnati. I saw this office yesterday. The office was staffed by four friendly people on a Tuesday afternoon in February. The inside was nice and well set-up. This was an already established operation and not a fly-by-night deal. If there was such a place set-up in Cincinnati in the swing state of Ohio, you can bet there are other such offices in other el
A Rick Santorum Sign
Here is a Rick Santorum sign I saw today in Cincinnati. It’s the only Santorum sign I’ve seen so far. The Ohio primary is this upcoming Tuesday. It is disturbing to see such a thing out in plan view. But this blog does not shy from reporting even the most shocking truths.

In These Times
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The Opposite of Snobbery
Say what you will about this era's Republican presidential candidates, they at least have chutzpah. Millionaire blue-blood George W. Bush pretended to be a down-home cowboy. Two-time divorcee and longtime Washington influence peddler Newt Gingrich struts around preaching about traditional family values and insisting he's a D.C. outsider. Now, topping them all is Rick Santorum, who last week decla
What Are Iran’s Intentions?
The January/February issue of Foreign Affairs featured the article "Time to Attack Iran: Why a Strike Is the Least Bad Option," by Matthew Kroenig, along with commentary about other ways to contain the Iranian threat. The media resound with warnings about a likely Israeli attack on Iran while the U.S. hesitates, keeping open the option of aggression—thus again routinely violating the U.N. Charter
W.W.I: The War That Begat Another
Who gets to write a war's history determines how it is viewed for generations. But in the case of World War I, one of the best accounts of the milieu that triggered the conflict was a novel -- or three, to be exact: John Dos Passos' trilogy, U.S.A., published in the 1930s. Any attempt to understand the war since has had to contend, directly or indirectly, with the granite truth of Dos Passos' obje
Which Side Are You On?
As labor unions plan their political work for this election year, they face two uncomfortable truths: First, from the state to the national levels, Republicans -- relying on both a huge influx of money unleashed by the Supreme Court's Citizens United ruling and extreme attack ad nastiness -- have demonstrated their intensified determination to dismantle the labor movement, workers' rights and gov

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Are You in Need of Customized Covers for the Machines?
Custom covers on your commercial products is important if you’d like your products to previous for many years in the future. Without any protective covers on your own models you run the risk of possessing to replace it all a lot sooner than you need to have to. Actually these insures can develop the life of your models by several decades. This adds up to a massive saving for you personally in the

Centauri Dreams
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A New Take on Planet Formation
Figuring out how planets form is an old occupation, with the basic ideas of planetary accretion going back several centuries, though tuned up, to be sure, in the 1970s and tweaked ever since. In a disk of gas and dust orbiting a young central star, dust grains begin to clump together, eventually forming planetesimals. Accretion models assume that these small planetesimals bang into each other and
Finding Life Through Polarized Light
One of these days we’re going to have a new generation of telescopes, some in space and some on the Earth, that can analyze the atmosphere of a terrestrial world around another star. It’s not enough to find individual gases like oxygen and ozone, carbon dioxide or methane. Any of these can occur naturally without ramifications for life. But finding all of these gases in the same atmosphere is tell
Remembering an Astronautical Pioneer
by Claudio Maccone Physicist Les Shepherd, whose funeral is today, left friends throughout the astronautical community. Claudio Maccone, who worked with Shepherd on many occasions, was quick to offer his recollections of this remarkable man whose standards of excellence and unflagging support helped many young scientists as they embarked on careers in space science. A young guy (44 years old, i.e
Les Shepherd, RIP
There are so many things to say about Les Shepherd, who died on Saturday, February 18, that I scarcely know where to begin. Born in 1918, Leslie Robert Shepherd was a key player in the creation of the International Astronautical Federation (IAF), becoming its third president in 1957 — this was at the 8th Congress in Barcelona just a week after the launch of Sputnik — and in 1962 he would be called

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Bits and Pieces - Early Edition
President Obama's interview with Jeffrey Goldberg is really important, with Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's visit coming up on Monday. There's a lot to it, and I hope to write more later.For your viewing pleasure, a Soviet monument in Bulgaria. I love this kind of stuff. Via.
Bits and Pieces - Science Edition
The story of how the Lord Howe stick insect, Dryococelus australis, was nearly lost to the world but is now making a comeback.Don't get bitten by a T. Rex!And, speaking of endangered and exotic species, E. J. Graff presents the statistics of women's participation in the big-time literary magazines. There is also a rather wonderful article in the 24 February Science magazine about how atmospheric e
North Korean Breakthrough
Well, this looks like a bit of good news. WASHINGTON (AP) -- The United States says North Korea has agreed to suspend uranium enrichment and agree to a moratorium on nuclear and long-range missile tests.State Department spokeswoman Victoria Nuland also said Wednesday the North has agreed to alllow International Atomic Energy Inspectors to verify and monitor the moratorium on uranium enrichment and
The War on Women and Sense
Peter Daou points out that women have to take the brunt of men's negative emotions across the world. So it makes a sort of sense, I guess, that Republican men are trying to push American women back to where they have to take the physical compensation for a variety of unhealthy mental states that women elsewhere do. And, sadly, there are women who agree that they should be in that position. Or, as

Obsidian Wings
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The Who was on first Friday open thread
by liberal japonicus A fun article here about the Solutrean hypothesis. I love that one of the weapons in this argument is the phrase 'Iberia, not Siberia!'. The rhyme sounds like destiny to me. Unfortunaely, with that age, it's not possible to adduce many affects in linguistic grouping, which is not the case for the Coastal Migration hypothesis, which is related to the Kelp Highway th
To Serve You Better: A Google Cookbook
by Doctor Science Action Alert: Must be done today! If it's not March 1st where you are, you're going to want to dump your Google histories *today*, before they get attached to the profile Google is building to track you all over the web. This "privacy policy" is really a lack-of-privacy policy, as far as I'm concerned. For lack of time, I'm just going to quote from arduinna's comprehensive gu

Did You Know
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“Canada”Trouble in Toryland: their Dirty Tricks catalogue
Some New information added March 3 2012 At the bottom of the page. Why Canadians are furious with the Harper Government. March 2 2010 Boy have they got a lot of them. So if you see and angry Canadian don’t be surprised. Harper is taking away the Freedoms and Rights. Harper takes cautious tone over Israeli stance on Iran Israel’s Netanyahu  Came to Canada for a visit. Canadians are not supportive

Pesticide Action Network
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Stop paraquat in palm plantations
Pesticide use on the massive palm oil plantations throughout Asia and the Pacific are putting the health of communities and agricultural workers at risk. Next week, PAN's office in the region will press palm oil companies to stop use of the most dangerous pesticides, including the infamous herbicide paraquat. PAN's resolution and petition will be presented on March 8 to the meeting of
Wanted: Food & Farm Bill that rewards healthy soil
The 2012 Food and Farm Bill discussions on Capitol Hill are underway. The first Senate hearing, held this week, focused on conservation. Among other important topics addressed: the idea of tying crop insurance payments with soil conservation. We say yes, definitely! This month and next the Senate Agriculture Committee, chaired by Sen. Debbie Stabenow (D-Michigan), will hold three more hearings
PAN's global tribunal got Dow's attention
Recently released emails reveal that Dow Chemical Co., one of the Big 6 pesticide corporations on trial in December's landmark Permanent People's Tribunal, was watching the tribunal very closely. WikiLeaks began publishing The Global Intelligence Files earlier this week, a release including over five million emails from Stratfor, a company that "provides intelligence services to l
Advocating for bees in California's capitol
Yesterday, a few dozen people filled a room in downtown Sacramento just blocks from the state Capitol building to celebrate a small but critical ally – the honey bee. They tasted food and drinks made with local honey, and learned about steps they can take to protect the threatened pollinator. PAN was on hand to provide information about the link between bee declines and increased exposure to a

Syria Comment
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Formation of SNC Military Council Causes Uproar among Fighters in Syria and Turkey
Formation of SNC military council causes uproar among fighters in Syria and Turkey The Homs Revolutionary Council has announced that it will “not coordinate with Burhan Ghalioun in the affairs of the Military Office and its principles” because it doesn’t agree with its goals. It had a 15 minute phone call with Ghalioun. It wants “action not words.” It will retain authority over its own military st
Syrian National Council to Create Military Bureau
The Syrian National Council has created a military bureau. The leader, Burhan Ghalioun will hold a press conference tomorrow (Thursday) in Paris,” according to one source. [Update March 1 Thursday] The BBC reports: Syria crisis: Opposition sets up military bureau: “Mr Ghalioun said the bureau would function like a defence ministry and would be staffed by soldiers from the main armed group, the Fre
“Free Syrian Army lacks organization in fight against Bashar Assad” by Landis and Reuters Video
Free Syrian Army lacks organization in fight against Bashar Assad – Decoder (2:50) In this episode of The Decoder, Syria expert Joshua Landis breaks down the different opposition groups, and says that the next leadership will likely emerge from the battlefield.
Referendum and Friends of Syria Meeting Resolve Little
“We should do whatever necessary to help them, including giving them weapons to defend themselves,” Sheikh Hamad bin Jassim Al Thani said. “This uprising in Syria now [has lasted] one year. For 10 months, it was peaceful: So I think they’re right to defend themselves by weapons and I think we should help these people by all means.” The referendum on the new constitution? 57.4 per cent of eligible

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India’s Unsafe ‘Nukes’
By Lt Col Zaheerul Hassan (R) A committee of experts, appointed by the Tamil Nadu government in connection with the safety aspects of the Kudankulam Nuclear Power Project (KKNNP) submitted its report to Chief Minister Jayalalithaa on February 28, 2012, indicating a crucial stage in the debate over the project. In this regard, the State government also invited the People’s Movement against Nuclear
Resurgence of Terrorists in Karachi
By Sajjad Shaukat New wave of subversive events such as target killings, setting the vehicles on fire, kidnappings etc. in Karachi have once again enveloped the city. Several innocent people, workers of different political parties including three Shia lawyers, two activists of the Sunni Tehreek (ST) and a doctor, two students killed in separate assaults. Besides Baluch MPA Nawabzada Bakhtiar Khan

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Significant Quantities Rant
Working at a think tank with lots of proliferation specialists offers certain advantages, especially the casual conversations. It turns out Ferenc Dalnoki-Veress, Miles Pomper and I all share a pet-peeve: When people incorrectly convert amounts of plutonium and especially highly enriched uranium from kilograms into some arbitrary number of nuclear weapons. There is a right way and a wrong way to d
DPRK Announcement
Surprise can come in two big packages labeled pleasant and unpleasant. North Korea’s announcement that it has agreed to suspend enrichment and long-range missile flight tests while resuming IAEA inspections clearly falls in the first category. If Pyongyang reneges on these pledges in due course, after haggling for something, the result will be unpleasant, but not a surprise. The announced moratori

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Updates: The NYPD, firedoglake and #F29 and Occupy Education
UPDATE: wendydavis posted a diary about the #F29 actions at firedoglake at 9:01am, just as I was putting the finishing touches on my post here.INITIAL POST: First, more on the NYPD surveillance program directed against Muslims: The Obama administration has pointedly refused to endorse or repudiate the NYPD programs it helps pay for. It remains unclear whether the White House knew how the NYPD was
NYPD Spying on Muslims Funded by the Federal Government
Yes, it's confirmed, it's a federal surveillance program: Millions of dollars in White House money has helped pay for New York Police Department programs that put entire American Muslim neighborhoods under surveillance.The money is part of a little-known grant intended to help law enforcement fight drug crimes. Since the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, the Bush and Obama administrations have
#F29 Actions
From occupywallst.org: •5:40PM EST: via @F29PDX: "Here's what's happening now: March in Las Vegas; direct action in Rockland, MA; march in Norfolk, VA; Rally in Gainesville, FL, rally and march in Phoenix, AZ; Rally in Minneapolis, MN; protest against Fletcher-Daniels in Kansas City, MO; and march in Portland! Follow Shut Down the Corporations for more updates tonight.•5:10PM EST: Two arrested at
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  1. Truth News Radio Australia
    If anyone can find the full text of this article please post it here or let me know. After-birth abortion: why should the baby live? -- Giubilini and Minerva -- Journal of Medical Ethic like
  2. This Is What Democracy Looks Like
    Well one of our Idaho crooks has shot himself in the figurative foot. They were GROOMING this car thief and drunk for federal office, but the allegations of sexual harassment on top of the car theft and crash and dui was just one too many. I suppose it's too much to hope that some of the others are THIS stupid. Don't let the door hit you on the way out, Johnny-boy. Co-Sponsor of Bill to Evict Occupy Boise Resigns From Idaho Legislature in Disgrace | MyFDL like
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    Breitbart Was Scum like
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  6. Care2
    Millions of animals end up in shelters or become strays each year due to unexpected births. Please SIGN and SHARE this pledge to promote spaying and neutering pets to control their population. We CAN prevent needless animal suffering if we spread the word! Pledge to Spay/Neuter Your Pet like
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  8. Al Jazeera English
    Both trains were travelling on the same track but toward each other and collided head-on, Andrzej Pawlowski, a member of the board of the state railway company PKP, said in an interview on Polish TVN24 news channel. Deadly train crash in Poland's south like
  9. Real Coastal Warriors
    Toxicologists such as Riki Ott, doctors including Dr. Mike Robichaux and Occupy New Orleans have repeatedly shown thousands of people, including oil cleanup workers and local children bleeding from all orifices, suffering antibiotic resistant infections and respiratory diseases. Many locals say people in their communities are “dropping like flies” and media has neglected to report on what Ott and others have called a crime against humanity being conducted in the Gulf region. BP settles amid its ‘Ongoing Gulf of Mexico massacre’ like
  10. Real Coastal Warriors
    The US government says it will continue its case against BP over the Deepwater Horizon oil rig spill despite a deal the company reached on Friday with the largest group of private claimants. The $7.8bn (£4.9bn) deal does not address "significant damages" to the environment after the Gulf of Mexico spill, the Department of Justice said. US government to continue BP case like
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  12. Real Coastal Warriors
    The United States will continue to work closely with all five Gulf states to ensure that any resolution of the federal law enforcement and damage claims, including natural resources damages, arising out of this unprecedented environmental disaster is just, fair and restores the Gulf for the benefit of the people of the Gulf states. $7.8 Billion BP Settlement of Gulf Oil Spill Is Just the Beginning for Deepwater Horizon Lawsuits |. like
  13. Real Coastal Warriors
    So Ken Feinberg - You just got dumped from your cushy job at BP's GCCF offices. What are you going to do next? "Salem State University announced its commencement speakers and honorary degree recipients on Friday afternoon for this spring, including House Speaker Robert A. DeLeo and Kenneth Feinberg" DeLeo, Feinberg among Salem State University commencement speakers like
  14. Real Coastal Warriors
    As Katherine Rod­riguez read about the tentative settlement between BP and thousands of businesses and individuals, the memories flooded back. BP quickly offered to settle the case and Rodriguez's family accepted, relieved to be spared the pain of reliving their heartbreak over a lengthy trial. But as she read about the Deepwater Horizon settlement, she thought of the 30 lives lost in BP operations since her father's death - the 15 killed in Texas City in 2005, the four who died there since then, and the 11 who had perished aboard the Deepwater Horizon. BP settlement may bring closure, raise new questions for victims' families like
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