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Hello there Would you guys help out a green party candidate for the Justice of t…

Hello there Would you guys help out a green party candidate for the Justice of the Peace pct 4. All you need to do is click like on the fb page. ..

U.S. declares ‘critical habitat’ protection for loggerhead turtles

CHARLESTON S.C. (Reuters) – The United States on Wednesday designated 685 miles (1,100 km) of beaches from Mississippi to North Carolina and 300,000 square miles (777,000 sq km) of ocean off the Gulf and Atlantic coasts as critical nesting and roaming habitat for threatened loggerhead sea turtles.

Residents Fighting Pipeline One Step At A Time

Residents in Massachusetts are in the midst of a rolling action to protest the construction of a fracked gas pipeline through their state. The high-pressure pipeline to be built by Kinder Morgan, a Houston-based energy company that is the fourth largest in North America, and Tennessee Gas Pipeline Co.

Research shows Gulf of Mexico oil spill caused lesions in fish: scientists

ORLANDO Fla. (Reuters) – Oil that matches the 2010 Deepwater Horizon spill in the Gulf of Mexico has been found in the bodies of sickened fish, according to a team of Florida scientists who studied the oil’s chemical composition.

Emergency Actions To Protest Attack On Gaza

We must act to stop this escalation before it continues any further and more lives are lost. Since June 12th, Israel has engaged in a brutal campaign of collective punishment against the Palestinian people, bombing Gaza and raiding West Bank towns and villages, arresting hundreds of civilians, including children across the West Bank and 1948 Palestine.

1931 Letter From a Daughter to Her Mother Turns up 83 Years Later

The 1931 letter from a daughter to her mother turned up at Pittsfield post office and the family, now in Skowhegan, wants to solve the mystery. It was the two-cent stamp that first gave it away.

Democracy Now! U.S. and World News Headlines for Wednesday, July 9
Democracy Now! U.S. and World News Headlines for Wednesday, July 9 Democracy Now! U.S. and World News Headlines for Wednesday, July 9

Visit to watch the entire independent, global news hour. This is a summary of top news headlines from the U.S. and around the world on Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Refugee protesters occupy Berlin TV tower

Support und Polizeipräsenz am von GeflĂĽchteten besetzten Fernsehturm nimmt zu #refugeestruggle pic.twitter.com/7E85Aqpiwc — PetShop (@Petmobbb) July 9, 2014 The protesters were from the same group of asylum seekers who occupied a former school building in the city’s Kreuzberg district in June and early July . The tense stand-off with police lasted a week.  “We are refused everywhere we turn,” the group said in a statement denouncing blanket indifference they say they have met from German officialdom. “Years of waiting, being restricted to a camp, no working status, no right to education and no right to German language courses have made our lives unbearable,” the statement posted on Facebook continued.

adding to the list of things to worry about if/when more drilling comes to our r…

adding to the list of things to worry about if/when more drilling comes to our region… MAP: 25 Million Americans Live Within The ‘Blast Zone’ Of An Oil Train Explosion thinkprogress.org Millions of Americans live close enough to an oil-by-rail route that they would have to be evacuated in the case of an explosion, according to a new map.

this is the stanford prof and renewables advocate who appears in the movie gasla…

this is the stanford prof and renewables advocate who appears in the movie gasland 2 – imagine if some of the $21 BILLLION the US uses to subsidize the fossil fuel industry went to renewables instead: The Late Show Video – Stanford Professor Mark Jacobson, Part 1 – CBS.com Mark talks about his ambitious renewable energy initiative. More info: