The annual meeting will be held near Alberton, email Parris or call Cheryl 406-750-6668 for more info.
Make your own outdoor gear - this has some great links! http://www.backpacking.net/makegear.html
The Voters' Rights Amendment (USVRA)
Artificial entities, such as corporations, limited liability companies, and other entities, established by the laws of any State, the United States, or any foreign state shall have no rights under this Constitution and are subject to regulation by the People, through Federal, State, or local law.
Michael O'Brian shares his experience with me: "Last night the moderator pointed out that my opinions are not shared by the Hartford Coffee House after my presentation of my environmental poem "The Pac Man" and my essay about the power of our personal occupations."
Nuclear News for Today: "Japanese Nuclear Plant Starts Pumping Millions of Gallons of Radioactive Water Into Pacific."
Some questions to ponder ...How much and of what kind of Nuclear Waste is present in the water? How far will it go in the Ocean currents? How long will it last in the food chain? And, when these millions of gallons are released and millions more replace them and will be released again, what Nuclear Waste will be carried into the ocean then?
Watching the hearings on HB 161 to repeal the Medical Marijuana law
Medical Marijuana, TEA Parties, and ALEC
I thought I'd seen and heard it all from the "conservative," TEA, "right to lifers" of Montana, but the testimony supporting HB 161 to repeal Montana's medical marijuana law defies belief.
Pat Lamarche, the Green Party candidate for VP in the 2004 presidential election, remembers the world outrage when the Taliban exploded priceless centuries-old Bamiyan Buddhas that had been carved into the side of a mountain in Afghanistan. Now Massey Energy plans to blow up one of the most historically and spiritually significant places in the United States, where 10,000 Americans stood together and were bombed by an earlier incarnation of corporate greed.
When are at least a few people in this country going to figure out that there is more difference between a glass of Miller Lite and a glass of Bud Lite than there is between a Democrat Politician and a Republican Politician?
Money doesn't just rule politicians, it controls the public. All political movements with any punch have major funding from extremely wealthy power brokers. The latest, the TeaBaggers, are a classic example. All the so-called progressive groups have big bucks behind them that -as far as I can tell- comes from vested interests.
The history of the United States could be told as the story of who is and who is not a person under law. Women, poor people, slaves, and even corporations had long been considered persons for purposes of following the law. This is because early laws were written "No person shall . . ." Corporate lawyers had tried to avoid these laws by claiming corporations were not persons and therefore not required to follow the law. So it was decided that for purposes of following the law, corporations were persons. This allowed corporations to sue and be sued in court among other things.
Derrick Jensen explains in 'Forget Shorter Showers' why personal change does not equal social change.
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