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Argentina Payment Plan Would Protect Poor - by Bryant LEwis
Hedge Fund Holdout - NML Capital - has Until April 22 to Respond
Posted: Wed Apr 10, 2013 8:24AM
Democrat Gov Brown sends CHP with rubber bullets against tree sitters - by Register Peace & Freedom or Green
KPFA's Flashpoints, 4/2/13 at 5 p.m., 94.1 FM started their show with a hair-raising eyewitness description by tree sitters on the phone of dozens of California Highway Patrol (CHP) officers, costing the taxpayers at least $100,000 a year and up plus benefits, viciously arresting non-violent tree sitters, including the CHP use of rubber bullets today near Willits, and then allowing huge old trees to be cut down. This can only occur if the Democratic Governor Jerry Brown and his Democraticall...
Posted: Tue Apr 2, 2013 7:17PM
Truth and Justice: SWN's New Video to Stop the Delta Tunnels - by Bruce Tokars
We are pleased to introduce a new video from Salmon Water Now. Truth and Justice: Stop the Delta Tunnels! (4:20) simplifies the reasons why building massive tunnels to move the Sacramento river away from the Delta is a bad idea. The video points out a few key facts, left out of the BDCP documents recently released, that tunnel proponents would prefer not be mentioned. And finally, the video encourages viewers to learn more about the tunnels and become a super hero in support of a h...
Posted: Tue Mar 19, 2013 5:32AM
police kill CHERI LYN MOORE - by SAPISCNN
police kill woman in her house above flower shop in eureka ca usa. 4-14-2006
Posted: Fri Mar 1, 2013 7:26PM
“Disgusting Draft” Of California Hydraulic Fracturing Regulations - by Tomas DiFiore
DOGGR has falsely presented the nature of the activities covered by - and thereby the actual need for “new Regulations” and thusly the applicability of said regulations, to the Public and the State of California. From definitions that neither match what is effectively legal in terms of law nor the industry standards of related new technology processes, linguistics and terminology, Californians will be left considering the wrong regulations.
Posted: Sun Feb 3, 2013 8:39AM
Napa Wine Country water for fish showdown at Kimball Creek - by Patrick Porgans
Formal complaints have been filed against the city for failure to comply with the terms and conditions of a State Water Board issued permit associated with the right and use of water stored behind Kimball Dam.
Posted: Thu Jan 24, 2013 3:34PM
Join Friends Of Trinidad Forests In Acting To Stop The Logging Practices Of Green Diamond! - by Friends Of Trinidad Forests
Please spread this following vital information widely With this message we are launching these last minute efforts to stop Green Diamond from clear-cutting forests around the sacred site of Strawberry Rock, Trinidad. We urge all of you to join us in this endeavor! Immediate Threat: The Strawberry Rock Timber Harvest Plan (Tracking Code: THP #1-10-137 HUM) is an "eye opener" to all of us: 80 acres of clear-cutting is about to begin, literally in our own backyards! A year ago, tree-sits spran...
Posted: Wed Jan 23, 2013 10:06PM
54 new jobs in Sonoma county - by Jacob Jackson
response to letter in the Press Democrat
Posted: Tue Dec 11, 2012 10:51AM
Tuition Fee Rollback - by Julianne Hunsdorfer
The passing of Proposition 30 is supposed to provide more money for education in California. Tuition fee rollbacks in the CSU system meant that students should have gotten money back for the tuition fees they paid for their Fall term. Those students who receive assistance through Cal Grants, however, did not receive any of the refund, even if they paid a portion of their tuition fees out of pocket.
Posted: Tue Dec 11, 2012 5:20AM
Karuk Ceremonial Site Recommended for National Register - by Dan Bacher
“Karuk People have been conducting these ceremonies and performing our sacred ceremonial dances at Tishawnik since the beginning of time," said Karuk Tribal Chairman Russell ‘Buster’ Attebery. "Today’s announcement moves us one step closer to ensuring that these sacred ceremonies and dances will continue to be held here until the end of time.”
Posted: Mon Dec 3, 2012 11:07AM
California Waterkeepers Announce New Director of Statewide Alliance - by California Coastkeeper Alliance
“We’ve made huge strides in controlling pollution from pipes, but toxic runoff from agriculture operations, the urban landscape and industrial facilities still plagues our coasts, bays, and rivers,” said Aminzadeh. “It is a low profile, high-impact problem that degrades the California way of life and our state’s ocean and tourist-based economy.”
Posted: Mon Nov 5, 2012 5:19PM
International USA Activist Musical Love letter to Spain Soccer Fans - by Michael Parish
Spurred by the 2012 Olympics USA women’s soccer victory, Michael Parish has released the music video “Playing Pass” on the website calcoic.com “stuff” page. This is a not for profit musical rebuttal to talk show host Glenn Beck’s 2010 anti-soccer statements, inspired by and centered around an incredibile photo of the wonderful people of Spain and dedicated to Japan, Mexico, Spain and the USA teams and fans who won the recent men and women World Cup and International Olympic soccer...
Posted: Sat Oct 27, 2012 7:13AM
Fast Food Super Food: An Ocean Of Seaweed Salads - by Tomas DiFiore
Organic doesn't mean radiation free. In the category of organic products with multiple ingredients, availability may constrain production, so products are allowed to contain non-organic/GMO substitutes without any additional labeling requirements. Prop 37 must pass.
Posted: Thu Oct 25, 2012 12:29PM
How seismic testing affects marine life - by David Gurney
On the North Coast of California, large sections of ocean access have been taken away by the corrupt, unscientific MLPA "Initiative" process.
Posted: Wed Sep 5, 2012 5:54PM
On dirty fuel, a lesson from the canoe - by ivona vujica
Canoes, not tankers, connect us to the heart and soul of our origins and revival in Burrard Inlet.
Posted: Wed Aug 15, 2012 12:13PM
Judge Strikes Down MLPAI Lawsuit - by David Gurney
Although uniformed California State Fish and Game Wardens were providing security, and a quorum of over twenty-five California Department of Fish and Game officials and MLPA “I Team” contractors were present along with the “stakeholders” at the two-day public meetings, the judge ruled: "The Court finds that the NCRSG is not a state body subject to the Bagley-Keene Open Meeting Act."
Posted: Wed Jul 18, 2012 4:08PM
Tribes Demand California Stop Allowing PacifiCorp to Stall Klamath Toxin Regulations - by Regina Chichizola
“These dams produce toxic algae that is released into the Klamath at rates up to 3000 times what is considered safe for human contact, along with creating conditions that are lethal to fish.” explained Hoopa Tribal Council member Hayley Hutt.“Yet, California has allowed PacifiCorp to stall the process that would regulate the dams’ toxic releases for over six years. It is time for California to protect the water, and people who depend on it.”
Posted: Tue Jul 17, 2012 10:54AM
Victory for activists in Humboldt County Courthouse curfew case - by Victorious vigilers
Three participants in a “Candlelight Vigil for the First Amendment” were acquitted by a Humboldt County jury Wednesday. They protested a new, repressive 'urgency ordinance' that seeks to criminalize everyday activity in front of Humboldt's historic forum for free speech activity. Today's decision further calls into question the constitutionality of the new law.
Posted: Wed Jul 11, 2012 4:00PM
IndyRadio Broadcasts The Shortwave Report and Remix - by indyradio.nu
IndyRadio continues to rebroadcast the latest from Dan Robert's Shortwave Report. the most recent 4 shows play continuous. Program notes and playlist follow:
Posted: Fri Jun 15, 2012 1:30PM
On WalMart's Opening Day, Residents Announce Intention to File "Eureka Fair Wage Initiativ - by Occupy Eureka
WalMart, the City of Eureka, and nefarious moneyed entities colluded for the corporate monster, WalMart, to sneak into Eureka, California, against the peoples' wishes. June 13, 2012 is WalMart's opening day. Occupy Eureka, working with several other groups, announced its intention to file the "Eureka Fair Wage Initiative," pushing wages up to $12 an hour. WalMart will have to do better by its workers, or leave!
Posted: Wed Jun 13, 2012 1:26PM