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I cannot believe this guy. It’s bad enough the world sees Texas Politics as a rogue, outlaw, primitive culture that is slow to join the 21st Century. Touching reality is the last thing Texas Politicians want … That is how rick Perry presents Texans as backward, Christian Dominionist, arrogant, gun toting, neanderthals. […]
April 5th, 2012 | Tags: climate change, climate sceptic, Environmental Defense Fund (EDF), Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO), Governor Rick Perry, Prince Charles | Category: climate change, climate crisis, conflict of interest, consequences, disinformation, Economics of Climate Change, Environmental Defense Fund (EDF), environmental impact, Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO), Politics, Prince Charles, responsibility, Rick Perry, Texas Politics, War of Misinformation | 5 comments
Good for business and narrow radical agendas, Rick Perry can be bought cheap! Perry wants to end his reign of terror with a final insult to the citizens of Texas. […]
March 23rd, 2012 | Tags: Christian Terrorists, Christocrats, environmental impact, groundwater, hazardous waste, Nuclear, Rick Perry | Category: 2012 Apocalypse, Bob Perry, Christocrats, Harold Simmons, hazardous materials, Nuclear Waste, Nuclear Waste, profiteers, Rick Perry, Texas Environment | 8 comments
Ask your candidate about America’s water safety. Ask your candidate about the groundwater pollution caused by Fracking for oil and gas. […]
by Reverend Manny and the Twilight Empire
It truly is a dark time for anything that lives and breathes in America. While human beings have a long and weird history of bad stewardship towards their environmental community, we are entering a suffocating new era of greed and irresponsibility. Despite disturbing new aftershocks […]
Thank You, Austin American Statesman and Austin Central Appraisal District for bringing the top water offenders to our attention. To be
fair, there are other factors worth considering about this chart. Why didn’t the Statesman show a 3-4 months usage average, instead of one month? Why didn’t Statesman address the broken […]
Mississippi River closed to Gulf of Mexico
Workers along the Mississippi River try to contain the hundreds of thousands of gallons of fuel oil from a barge and ship collision on Wednesday. The river is now closed to the Gulf of Mexico.
The massive oil spill that remains a major threat […]
Good luck to Barbara Boxer. Why should her efforts, to reveal more Bush Administration mischief, be any more successful than previous attempts. After all, Bush’s victims are too busy trying to survive to pay a lot of attention to new revelations. […]
Eight years of distortion and extortion have changed the world. The lessons have been tragic and harsh. The final acts of President Bush will determine how hard it will be for the world to recover from all the bad parts of this fairy tale. […]
June 8th, 2008 | Tags: Accountability, American President, appropriation, Bush, changing planet, Chris Hedges, Clash of Civilizations, Congress, consequences, disinformation, DOD, Environment, extortion, Foreign Policy, funding, Future Shock, George Bush, global community, Global Economy, global policies, History, Hypocracy, Mismanagement, pay cuts, Politics, responsibility, Tax Dollars, troops, troops | Tagged: Bush, War | Category: Accountability, appropriation, Bush, changing planet, Chris Hedges, Clash of Civilizations, climate crisis, Congress, consequences, Democrat, disinformation, DOD, Earth, Election, Environment, extortion, Foreign Policy, funding, Future Shock, George Bush, global community, Global Economy, global policies, History, Hypocracy, Mismanagement, National, pay cuts, Politics, Republican, responsibility, Tax Dollars, troops, troops | Tagged: Bush, War | 2 comments
UN raises Burma cyclone estimate The UN has sharply increased its estimate of those severely affected by Burma’s cyclone to 2.5m people.
The figure was revised up from the 1.5m previously thought to be in need, following the storm 12 days ago.
Since Cyclone Nargis struck, hardly any foreign aid workers […]
May 14th, 2008 | Tags: Accountability, Burma, China, consequences, cyclone, Disaster, earthquake, humanitarian, Myanmar, Red Cross, relief, survivors, Three Gorges Dam, UN, victims | Category: Accountability, bio hazards, Burma, Casualties, catastrophe, China, consequences, critical resources, cyclone, Disaster, Emergency Management, Environment, food, global community, Human Rights, humanitarian, hunger, infrastructure, Myanmar, pollution, Red Cross, state of emergency, World Health | Leave a comment
It used to be oil for food. Now, its oil substitute OR food. Super Powers are focusing on a dying concept. Cheap energy the old fashioned way is no longer viable. […]
April 13th, 2008 | Category: contradictions, Corporate Corruption, critical resources, economics, energy, Environment, fiscal responsibility, food, Foreign Policy, global community, Global Economy, Global Power, Global Warming, Health, Human Rights, hunger, jobless, Mismanagement, negligence, Oil, oil-for-food, Oversight, Planet, Politics, poverty, Power Shift, Public Health, recession, refugees, renewable energy, Statistics, unemployment, War Cost, Waste, World Health, World Order | Leave a comment
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