Have you ever heard of the Investigatory Powers Bill? Many have never heard of this secret government program, but you are about to.
Our mainstream media outlets have been keeping us busy with stories of Russian hackers, voter fraud, Trump terrorism, and Pro-Hillary rants as a technique to distract you from a Bill that has been passed and will be implemented soon.
To be clear, the law was passed in the United Kingdom, which makes it even easier to disguise the impact on the United States. Make no mistake however; it does affect each and every one of us in the U.S.
Informant Edward Snowden has come forward to refocus our attention. He is warning that a new law just passed giving the UK government the ability to put secret back-doors into any technology before it comes on the market. The government would like you to believe that this…
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Tillerson’s nomination is just one more example of how Trump’s government will put corporate profits and political favors above people and the planet.
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From the US EPA:
“Hydraulic Fracturing for Oil and Gas: Impacts from the Hydraulic Fracturing Water Cycle on Drinking Water Resources in the United States (Final Report)
EPA is announcing the availability of the final report, Hydraulic Fracturing for Oil and Gas: Impacts from the Hydraulic Fracturing Water Cycle on Drinking Water Resources in the United States.
This final report provides a review and synthesis of available scientific information concerning the relationship between hydraulic fracturing activities and drinking water resources in the United States.
The report is organized around activities in the hydraulic fracturing water cycle and their potential to impact drinking water resources. The stages include: (1) acquiring water to be used for hydraulic fracturing (Water Acquisition), (2) mixing the water with chemical additives to prepare hydraulic fracturing fluids (Chemical Mixing), (3) injecting the hydraulic fracturing fluids into the production well to create fractures in the…
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Successful activism led by In Defense of Animals results in the closure of the country’s most prolific dog meat market.
The Moran Livestock Association in Seongnam, South Korea—where approximately 80,000 dogs have been killed each year for meat—has agreed to cease the slaughter, confinement, and sale of dogs, as of 10:00 am yesterday. This action comes after an ongoing campaign launched by animal-rights group In Defense of Animals urging the city of Seongnam to stop the brutal dog meat trade at the city’s Moran market. “The closure of Korea’s most infamous dog meat market at Moran deals a significant blow to the heart of the dog meat trade,” IDA President Marilyn Kroplick said. “Moran market has run with the blood of hundreds of thousands of dogs for many years, so this is a step in the right direction in our fight to end the horrific dog meat trade.” While Kroplick…
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Scientist argues the deaths of Aurora and daughter Qila prove that the aquarium is not a conservation facility.
The last two remaining beluga whales (Aurora and her calf Qila) held at the Vancouver Aquarium recently died. The aquarium—which claims to be a conservation facility—said that the deaths may have been caused by animal-rights activists who, despite no evidence confirming the aquarium’s accusation, believe potentially poisoned the whales. On the heels of this tragedy, scientist and environmental activist Jeff Matthews argues that the Vancouver Aquarium is not in fact a conservation facility. Matthews poses the question, “Are these the actions one expects from a world-class science-based conservation charity?,” then follows with, “Or are they the public relations tactics more typical of people with something to hide?” The activist points out that more than 40 deaths of whales and dolphins have occurred at the aquarium. “It is increasingly difficult to reconcile the…
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The establishment is in full-blown panic mode at this point
Donald Trump could have the election legally stolen from him on either December 19th when the Electoral College casts their votes or on January 6th when a joint session of Congress gathers to count those votes.
The establishment is in full-blown panic mode at this point, and they seem to have settled on “Russian interference in the election” as the angle that they plan to use to try to deny Trump the presidency. As you will see below, there is an all-out effort to try to persuade members of the Electoral College that are supposed to be committed to Donald Trump to cast their votes for someone else instead. And if that doesn’t work, the groundwork is being laid for the Electoral College votes to potentially be invalidated when a joint session of Congress meets…
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One of our most popular designs is our Born to Love Horses. Available a wide range of apparel for a wide variety of styles, not just little ones.
One of my personal favorites features gorgeous images of horses in silhouette.
How about this gift idea for the equestrian in your life?
Here are two more of my favorites, the Pegasus Collection and recently added Unicorn Collection. The artwork is magical.
How about a mug?
Or a fab calendar?
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Author Carter Niemeyer has followed wolves – and captured many – since he helped reintroduce them in the Northern Rockies in the mid-1990s. In his second memoir, Wolf Land, he takes us across the rugged West as he tracks wolves, shares in their lives and seeks middle ground for these iconic animals, both on the land and in our hearts.
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His plan was to stay in Iowa, and maybe get a job counting ducks, or do a little farming. But events conspired to fling Carter Niemeyer westward and straight into the jaws of wolves. From his early years wrangling ornery federal trappers, eagles and grizzlies, to winning a skinning contest that paved the way for wolf reintroduction in the Northern Rockies, Carter Niemeyer reveals the wild and bumpy ride that turned a trapper – a killer – into a…
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