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|11/22/2016 - When it comes to the general public being kept in the loop about matters relating to major environmental hazards, the residents of North Dakota are perhaps the most slighted of all by their own state government. A major oil and natural gas region of the country, North Dakota has had hundreds of oil...|
|11/20/2016 - Residents and business owners in Charleston, West Virginia, who suffered injuries from a chemical spill that occurred back in 2014, will soon be receiving $151 million worth of settlement payments from the two companies responsible. U.S. District Judge John Copenhaver has tentatively approved a proposal...|
|9/21/2016 - EXCLUSIVE: A group of local business owners and citizen activists are gathering data in preparation for a lawsuit against a South Florida county in a bid to halt anti-mosquito spraying with a chemical some experts say is harmful to humans, wildlife and the environment, a resident involved in the effort...|
|9/7/2016 - At the West Calumet Housing Complex in East Chicago, residents (mostly poor African American families) have been living, working and playing in toxic soil, heavily contaminated with lead. Mayor Anthony Copeland recently announced that the housing facilities would be demolished, and that everyone living...|
|8/30/2016 - For decades, residents of the West Calumet Housing Complex in East Chicago, Indiana, have have been living on soil contaminated with high levels of lead and arsenic. Last month, more than 1,000 residents of the 346-unit complex were told that their homes must be demolished due to severe lead contamination,...|
|8/5/2016 - A dispute over who should be paid to pick up the trash has left residents of Flint, Michigan, which made national headlines this last spring over its ongoing water crisis, with nowhere to put their garbage but piled up inside their homes.
The office of the city's mayor, Karen Weaver, issued a notice...|
|7/15/2016 - According to a recent study, antidepressants carry a high risk of falls for nursing home residents suffering from dementia, as reported by McKnight's. Researchers used Medicare claims data from 2007 to 2009 to analyze the link between residents who displayed moderate-to-severe symptoms of dementia and...|
|3/21/2016 - One of the Environmental Protection Agency's core functions is the enforcement of provisions contained, which includes "the authority to implement pollution control programs such as setting wastewater standards for industry," and to assist states in ensuring that the general public has safe drinking...|
|3/18/2016 - Large-scale fish kills, sulfuric acid leakages, acid mist and two employee deaths are the result of a phosphate fertilizer operation in Pascagoula, Mississippi, that's repeatedly violated state health and environmental regulations dating back to at least 2009.
Mississippi Phosphates, located on the...|
|3/9/2016 - Filmmaker Michael Moore is angry – again – but for once his anger is justified, even if it is not always directed at the right people.
In a lengthy piece at The Huffington Post, Moore lamented the horrendous inaction by government officials regarding a years-long water contamination problem...|
|2/20/2016 - The Washington Post decided to offer some lame information and speculation regarding charities and who donates the most. The Post focused on average citizen contributors instead of the charities themselves and found that the well-off don't contribute as much as folks who don't make as much.
|1/26/2016 - In a blatant attack on those who prefer living as self-sufficiently as possible, citizens of Montreal have been ordered to first register their wood-burning stoves, and then ultimately get rid of them within three years, unless they meet rigid air quality standards.
The deadline to register wood-burning...|
|1/22/2016 - In breaking news, the people of Flint, Michigan, are suing Governor Snyder, the city of Flint, and the state for injuries obtained from drinking lead-contaminated water – water which was been known to be harmful, yet which went ignored. As a result of this blatant shunning of public health, there...|
|1/21/2016 - Astonishingly, the NOAA is now urging people in the Northeast to carry survival kits, warning that extreme blizzard conditions pose "a threat to life and property." (See warning text here.)
Funny, isn't it? Any time someone from the indy media urges people to get prepared and practice survival, they're...|
|1/12/2016 6:17:39 PM - There are several lessons to be learned regarding the ongoing water emergency in Flint, Michigan, but the most important of these is that being prepared on a personal level for unforeseen disasters is absolutely crucial – because the authorities cannot be depended on when the SHTF.
|12/16/2015 - It's no secret that China's smog problem has become a devastating issue. Not only do residents wear face masks and heed warnings to stay indoors, but parts of the country have recently exceeded the World Health Organization's daily smog particulate maximum by an unfathomable 50 times.(1)
|11/23/2015 - By a margin of 2-to-1 against, voters in Houston recently rejected one of the most idiotic and unnecessary ballot measures that would have turned sexual identity on its head, which is what the city's lesbian extremist mayor really wants.
As reported by the Houston Chronicle, the "Houston Equal Rights...|
|11/18/2015 - In the peak of the summer heat, yet another example surfaced of why you absolutely should not quench your thirst with your local, unfiltered city tap water. It's been proven time and time again in numerous regions across the U.S that tap water can be very unsafe and may pose a variety of health risks...|
|7/9/2015 - As California's record-breaking drought continues to worsen, officials have introduced tough new restrictions that went into effect on June 15, 2015. The city's one million residents face fines of up to $500 per day if they are found not to be in compliance with the strict new rules.
The region is...|
|5/7/2015 - Gov. Jerry Brown (D-CA) issued an Executive Order on April 1 mandating a 25 percent reduction in urban water use across California. The announcement follows the release of recent data showing that Californians reduced their water consumption by a mere 2.8 percent in February, the lowest reduction in...|
|4/20/2015 - There are no trees along most of the sidewalks in the city of Turin, Italy. But if you walk by 25 Verde in Turin you will find a small forest built into a new five-story apartment building. The 150 trees are built in large pots on custom-shaped terraces.
"If the trees are integrated in the building,...|
|4/12/2015 - The irony is inescapable: In reaction to the historic drought that has transformed the California dream into California dust, the state is now embarking on the construction of a wave of desalination plants that will turn ocean water into fresh water. Tragically, these power-hungry desalination plants...|
|3/31/2015 1:20:04 PM - A small village in Kazakhstan may be closed down entirely as early as this May after 117 people living in Kalachi fell into a deep sleep for days at a time and awoke with mild amnesia.
The victims report falling asleep with no warning, even as they are walking along, and then waking up remembering...|
|1/11/2015 - A pair of explosions that occurred almost back-to-back over the course of a week in Idaho has left local residents and officials baffled. The latest in a growing series of mysterious boom events around the world with no apparent explanation, the explosions are being speculated by some as result of covert...|
|11/26/2014 - In a victory over GMO-favoring agriculture companies Monsanto and Dow AgroSciences, the residents of Maui County, Hawaii, have won a ballot initiative to temporarily halt genetically engineered crops in the county. The effort against the companies was not only the first of its kind for Maui residents...|
|11/11/2014 - Is shutting off water to residents in Detroit who are months behind on their bills a concern for the United Nations, an organization that is funded primarily by the United States? Of course not; Detroit -- being part of the U.S. -- does not fall under the UN's jurisdiction. So why has the globalist...|
|11/5/2014 - Residents living in one of the worst Ebola-hit areas of Monrovia, the capital city of Liberia, have taken up the charge of containing the disease without the government's help. Reportedly feeling abandoned by their leaders, the people of West Point, Monrovia's largest slum, are now proactively using...|
|10/28/2014 - Drift events are one of the most dangerous incidences regarding chemical exposure for people, occurring when the wind carries harmful toxicants long distances through the air, putting those caught in its path at risk.
For decades, residents living alongside the Rogue River in southwestern Oregon...|
|9/24/2014 - According to pictures taken by The New York Times, the three day lockdown in Sierra Leone didn't begin as planned, with residents resisting government orders and disregarding volunteers' door-to-door advice. Last Friday, government desperation peaked in Sierra Leone, with officers ordering everyone...|
|9/20/2014 - An unprecedented national lockdown is about to take place in Sierra Leone, one of the three West African countries most embattled by the worst Ebola outbreak in history. Reports indicate that Sierra Leone's 6 million residents are being asked to stay home for three days this weekend while patrols rove...|
|9/13/2014 - In recent days, residents of Los Angeles and its surrounding communities got to experience a rare treat -- rainfall -- but of course, it was far too little to do much to alleviate the state's ongoing brutal drought.
That said, there is some concern that water may become so scarce -- and so valuable...|
|8/29/2014 - When a magnitude 6.0 earthquake struck Napa Valley, California, on Sunday, August 24, residents from the area noticed strange flashes of light appearing in the sky. The local KPIX 5 newsroom was flooded with calls about a strange phenomenon of lights taking place in the sky. Some people thought the...|
|8/23/2014 - In the midst of ongoing unrest in Ferguson, Missouri, following the police shooting of an unarmed black man, authorities in another embattled American city -- Detroit -- are advising residents to buy guns to protect themselves, because the police are spread too thin.
One top authority, Police Chief...|
|8/3/2014 - The president of the Miami-Dade Police Benevolent Association is warning area residents, and Florida residents on whole, to get armed because increasingly, they won't be able to count on police to protect them.
In speaking to WSVN News, John Rivera said, "If the mayor's not going to provide security,...|
|7/29/2014 11:50:42 AM - As President Obama continues to allow the U.S. southwest border to remain virtually open to any and all comers, and as he reportedly contemplates granting amnesty to millions of illegal aliens already in the country -- contravening federal law -- Americans are increasingly feeling like they are under...|
|7/12/2014 - Despite the fact that only 36 percent of Kanawha County residents are drinking tap water after at least 5,000 gallons of crude MCHM leaked into West Virginia's water supply last January, Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin refuses to approve additional testing of home tap water.
Even though state experts highly...|
|7/2/2014 - The Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission has recommended that the government issue potassium iodide pills to all people living within 10 km (6 miles) of nuclear power plants, to use in case of a nuclear accident, such as the one suffered by Japan's Fukushima Daiichi plant in 2011.
Following the Fukushima...|
|6/27/2014 - America's once-thriving auto capital has become a third-world catastrophe, with nearly half of its residents now unable to pay their water bills. Reports indicate that roughly 50 percent of Detroit residents are struggling just to keep the water flowing, and some are now suggesting swift United Nations...|
|4/18/2014 - Air pollution is not just unsightly or inconvenient; it can be lethal. As a matter of fact, the WHO (World Health Organization) has reported that 7 million deaths are attributed to air pollution annually, with 40% of those coming from China. Of course, air pollution exists to lesser degrees here too....|
|3/29/2014 - For over a decade, residents of the small town of Mossville, Louisiana, have been reporting numerous cases of premature death, disease and cancer. A new plot by a large chemical plant looks to finish them off, paying 80 percent or more of the residents to leave the town, which could nearly wipe Mossville...|
|3/14/2014 - Radioactive waste spills and heavy metal pollution are silent killers that can persist for decades in the environment and go unnoticed as the cause of cancer and degenerative disease. Even EPA and military cleanup crews can struggle for decades to remove penetrating contaminants like radioactive uranium.
|3/8/2014 - Residents of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, have complained about a state program to spread sewage sludge on public lands near their homes, citing health concerns.
The treated sewage sludge, formally known as "biosolids," is intended to enrich the soil and help vegetation regrow on the site of...|
|2/15/2014 - North Carolina has beautiful countryside, with the Appalachian mountains rolling through its western lands. A nice sprawl of rivers work their way through the state. Near the northern border winds Dan River. Once a serene river to fish from and an excellent source of fresh water, it has now become clouded...|
|2/14/2014 - Residents in Mayflower, Arkansas, have been sick, coughing and with chronic headaches. Many are leaving their neighborhood and moving somewhere safer.
When one of ExxonMobil's pipeline's burst about a year ago, a major oil spill overtook their community. Oil poured through the streets and onto the...|
|2/4/2014 - Hundreds of North Texas residents are demanding answers after a series of minor earthquakes rocked their area over the past several months. CBS Dallas / Fort Worth reports that dozens of folks from the small town of Azle, near Fort Worth, recently gathered down in Austin at the state capitol to push...|
|1/8/2014 - When Japanese Professor Toshihide Tsuda of Okayama University sat down with leaders from the Japanese Ministry of the Environment, talk about citywide evacuation near the Fukushima nuclear breakdown site began. Deeply concerned about rising thyroid cancer rates in Japanese children, these leaders believe...|
|9/22/2013 - Big Pharma wants to keep its monopoly in the state of Maine, so drug companies are going to court.
The state recently passed legislation that makes it easier for residents to buy prescription drugs from Canada. Only, the U.S. pharma industry doesn't want the competition; the suit alleges that buying...|
|8/27/2013 - President Obama and his new best friend, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, have a lot of words for political opponents who try to paint them as ineffectual leaders who don't have their constituents' best interests at heart.
And yet, when it comes to the actual application of policies that would provide...|
|6/8/2013 - Local residents living within a one-mile radius of the venue for the popular Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival, which takes place annually in Indio, California, got an advanced preview of the emerging American police state this year. According to a recent report by the Los Angeles Times (LAT),...|
|4/30/2013 - A media-induced panic has apparently set in across Los Angeles following the recent death of a West Hollywood lawyer due to bacterial meningitis. According to reports, both the AIDS Healthcare Foundation and Los Angeles County are now busy jabbing as many local residents as possible for the condition,...|
|4/12/2013 - At a time when some states are requiring citizens to turn in weapons and magazines recently made illegal by new gun control laws, one community in one state is doing exactly the opposite.
A former candidate for mayor of Tucson, Ariz. has launched a privately funded program to provide a free shotgun...|
|3/30/2013 - The people in the towns and farmland of Sonoma County are facing a battle over fluoridating the currently un-fluoridated public water supply. Petitions are circulating to keep Sonoma County's public water supply un-fluoridated, but the pro-fluoridation wing within the Sonoma County Water Agency (SCWA)...|
|1/31/2013 - Unconstitutional gun control proposals, unmanned drone patrols on American soil, and unannounced military drills in residential neighborhoods -- these are just a few of the many tactics the globalist-hijacked federal government is now using to instill fear in American citizens for the eventual purpose...|
|12/4/2012 - In a sign of things to come in this day and age of forced fiscal austerity, officials of a bankrupt city in California are warning residents they will need to accept more responsibility for their own safety because services are going to be cut - including the police force.
The city of San Bernardino...|
|12/2/2012 - Though many health organizations around the world are still reluctant to admit it, numerous scientific studies confirm that prolonged cell phone use, particularly when the device is pressed directly against the ear or skin, can potentially lead to the development of cancer and other health conditions....|
|11/6/2012 - An extremely volatile situation in New York and New Jersey following the devastation of superstorm Sandy is getting worse by the day, with civil society deteriorating so rapidly that residents are arming themselves with anything and everything they can, including shotguns, baseball bats, machetes -...|
|6/22/2012 - A small Pennsylvania town that was in the process of ending its water fluoridation program appears to be reversing course, all because of a few local, and very vocal, residents that literally begged township supervisors to keep poisoning their water with toxic fluoride. According to the York Daily Record,...|
|12/21/2011 6:38:00 PM - For over ten years, Pioneer Hi-Bred International Inc., an Iowa-based genetically-modified (GM) seed company owned by DuPont, has been carelessly allowing GM crop pesticide dust to blow onto homes, cars, streets, yards, and children living in residential areas of Kauai, Hawaii. This is according to...|
|11/12/2011 - Residents of the Massachusetts coastal city of Amesbury have successfully defeated a measure that would have restored a policy to once again begin adding sodium fluoride chemicals to the city's water supply. In a vote of 1,677 to 1,352, 55 percent of area residents declared to city officials and to...|
|12/16/2010 - The City of New York is considering a new proposal that would directly charge its residents for using emergency services like ambulances and fire trucks that respond to vehicle accidents. New Yorkers already pay for these services with their taxes, of course, but the city wants to implement the new...|
|8/9/2010 - In response to recent reports about the growing number of Eastern equine encephalitis (EEE) and West Nile virus infections occurring from mosquito bites, some municipalities in the Eastern U.S. are planning to conduct aerial insecticide spraying on neighborhoods and farms. But not everyone is pleased...|
|12/29/2009 - A now-closed DuPont owned factory has contaminated the soil and groundwater surrounding a neighborhood in Pompton Lakes, New Jersey. DuPont has admitted the plant's wastewater treatment was improperly handled and that the company was responsible for chemically contaminating the water and soil underneath...|
|9/8/2008 - New doctors who are depressed are six times more likely to make medication-related errors and doctors who are not depressed, according to a study published in the British Medical Journal.
Researchers surveyed 123 pediatric residents at three U.S. children's hospitals, questioning them about their...|
|2/8/2008 - Sometimes bad dreams do come true. My bad dream was that the government issued quarantine, and forced everybody to be vaccinated for some fake disease. In my dream, I took my family, and fled to the hills to avoid being vaccinated.
Now, nine months later, this dream has come true. In an emergency,...|
|12/31/2007 - Sometimes bad dreams do come true. My bad dream was that the government issued quarantine, and forced everybody to be vaccinated for some fake disease. In my dream, I took my family, and fled to the hills to avoid being vaccinated.
Now, nine months later, this dream has come true. In an emergency,...|
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|7/19/2006 - A new study found that residents in large cities who live farther from grocery stores than fast-food restaurants are more likely to die prematurely of diseases such as cancer and diabetes.
Researchers conducting the study for LaSalle Bank examined Chicago's south and west sides, where "food deserts"...|
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