Monthly Archives: March 2015
It breaks my heart to hear how bad it has gotten in California. It is just unfathomable that it has gotten so bad. I agree growing your own victory garden would make a huge difference for most families to make ends meet.
(NaturalNews) As Michael Snyder points out in a timely article at The Economic Collapse Blog, California is rapidly reverting back to the desert it was once.
Awareness of this is only now beginning to spread, but almost no one truly grasps the implications of what losing California’s Central Valley agricultural output means to grocery shoppers.
Almost no one realizes, for example, that one-third of all the produce grown in the United States comes out of California’s Central Valley. As the NYT explains:
Unlike the Midwest, which concentrates (devastatingly) on corn and soybeans, more than 230 crops are grown in the valley… melons, lettuce, asparagus, cabbage, broccoli, chard, collards, prickly pears, almonds, pistachios, grapes and more tomatoes than anyone could conceive of in one place. (The valley is the largest supplier of canned tomatoes in the world too.)
That same article also mentions that 85% of the carrots consumed…
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My gratitude to those Eco warriors that made this possible.
Celtique Energie drops shale drilling plans comes after infrastructure bill set new restrictions on oil and gas exploration in conservation areas, reports BusinessGreen
Energy company Celtique Energie has dropped plans to test for shale oil in two sites in West Sussex, after the government announced a last-minute change to the law that would ban drilling in national parks.
The South Downs National Park Authority and West Sussex County Council unanimously rejected plans for exploratory shale oil and gas wells at Fernhurst and Wisborough Green last year.
Paul Thomas, M.D. speaks out about dangers of mandatory vaccinations – (To State Senate Committee on Health Care)
I do not know what appalls me more that drug companies are lobbying for forced vaccinations. They are profitting from vaccinations that are harmful and in some cases unnecessary as well as dangerous.
My hat is off to Wikimedia.
Guess who just sued the NSA… Report is only 3.5 minutes long! 😉
For 1st and 4th Amendment violations
Lila Tretikov, executive director of the Wikimedia Foundation, makes an excellent point in saying, “by tapping the backbone of the internet, the NSA is straining the backbone of Democracy”.
The charges seem relatively hard to get around, so let’s hope we see this intrusive government entity put down on its knees.
Only time will tell.
The article the writer is talking hopefully makes people rethink social reforms.