Obama to Flint: Shut up and drink the water

Nwo Report

Source: Shannon Jones

Barack Obama’s remarks Wednesday in Flint, Michigan before an audience of about 1,000 people at Northwestern High School displayed the arrogance and contempt of his administration and the corporate elite toward working people suffering from the devastating effects of lead in their drinking water.

Flanked by a host of state and federal officials who oversaw the disaster in Flint, including Environmental Protection Agency chief Gina McCarthy, Michigan Governor Rick Snyder and Democratic Congressmen and Senators, the president offered a series of false promises and platitudes. He blandly noted certain symptoms of the social crisis in America—crumbling roads and bridges, aging water pipelines, failing public schools—without acknowledging the role of his administration in presiding over this disaster.

Pallets of bottled water standing in a lot across the street from the venue of Obama’s speech

In his trademark folksy and patronizing manner, Obama urged the people of Flint to…

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Petition · Mike Rawlings: Save animals now by making Dallas a no-kill city · Change.org


In the city of Dallas over 16,000 dogs and cats are killed every year


Besieged by the Fires of Denial — Fort McMurray Blaze Grows to Overwhelm Anzac, Shuts off 640,000 Barrels per Day of Tar Sands Production


The simple fact of the matter, a fact that many invested in a destructive oil industry do not want to now face, is that a fire whose early-season extreme intensity was fueled by human-caused climate change is now doing what Canada would not. It is shutting down oil production in the tar sands — one of the highest carbon fuels on planet Earth.

Increases in fire frequency due to climate change

(Increases in fire frequency due to climate change as predicted by model runs are illustrated in the map above. According to a report at WeatherUnderground — “A large increase in fires over much of the globe is expected as we move through this century. Using fire models driven by output from sixteen climate models used in the 2007 IPCC report, researchers found that 38% of the planet should see increases in fire activity [due to climate change] over the next 30 years. This figure increases…

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Real Neat Blog Award, my congratulations, nominees!

Thank you Kitty!!

Dear Kitty. Some blog

Real Neat Blog Award

Late in 2014, I made this new award: the Real Neat Blog Award. There are so many bloggers whose blogs deserve more attention. So, I will try to do something about that 🙂

It is the first award that I ever made. I did some computer graphics years ago, before I started blogging; but my computer drawing had become rusty 🙂

The ‘rules’ of the Real Neat Blog Award are: (feel free not to act upon them if you don’t have time; or don’t accept awards; etc.):

1. Put the award logo on your blog.

2. Answer 7 questions asked by the person who nominated you.

3. Thank the people who nominated you, linking to their blogs.

4. Nominate any number of bloggers you like, linking to their blogs.

5. Let them know you nominated them (by commenting on their blog etc.)

My seven questions are:

1. Where do most…

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Protect Rattlesnake Under Endangered Species Act


The Arizona black rattlesnake is decreasing in population numbers but is denied protective rights because they are not considered an endangered species. Sign the petition below to demand the Arizona black rattlesnake be placed under the protection of the government and on the endangered species list.

Source: Protect Rattlesnake Under Endangered Species Act

End Fragmentation of Endangered Antelope Habitat


Suitable land for endangered African antelopes is becoming increasingly scarce, according to a recent study. Sign to ensure land fragmentation does not divide these areas into even smaller habitats.

Source: End Fragmentation of Endangered Antelope Habitat

Don’t Lift Ban on Rhino Horn Trade



The ban on rhino horn trade is being challenged once again as Swaziland seeks to sell its rhino horns on the international market. Sign this petition to demand that the dangerous proposal is rejected, and protect rhinos from the danger of increased poaching.

Source: Don’t Lift Ban on Rhino Horn Trade

Retire Penned Up Circus Animals to Sanctuary


A circus allegedly has been cramming their animals into an enclosure so small, they fight for space. Many of the animals are tethered for up to 14 hours a day and on one occasion, they were tied up for 40 hours. Sign this petition and demand these animals be released to an accredited sanctuary.

Source: Retire Penned Up Circus Animals to Sanctuary

Stop the Slaughter of Thousands of Wild Horses


The government in New South Wales is considering a plan to shoot thousands of unwanted wild horses in a massive cull. Urge New South Wales lawmakers to reject this wholesale slaughter.

Source: Stop the Slaughter of Thousands of Wild Horses

Uphold Ban on Cruel Snare Traps

Don’t let New Yorkers kill animals with snarled traps!

The welfare of innocent animals is at risk from a proposed bill that seeks to make cruel snare traps legal. Demand that snare traps remain illegal for the sake of wild animals and household pets.

Source: Uphold Ban on Cruel Snare Traps

Protect Leopards From Extinction


Leopards are at greater risk than generally believed, having lost three-fourths of their territory. Sign this petition to demand increased conservation efforts for leopards to keep the species from heading toward extinction.

Source: Protect Leopards From Extinction

Justin Bieber Must Apologize for Posing With Abused Tiger


Justin Bieber posed with an abused captive tiger at a party. The tiger was apparently brought by a trainer facing animal cruelty charges. Demand Bieber apologize and donate to a tiger sanctuary in order to undo the damage he’s caused by supporting animal abuse.

Source: Justin Bieber Must Apologize for Posing With Abused Tiger