Earth Day 2017

Cherish the Mother every day and on Earth Day for all she gives us and makes possible. (#taleofthelittlegoldfish)

In Congress, there is the proposal to abolish the Environmental Protection Agency or HR 861. We must build on progress, not digress. Don’t get sidetracked and don’t focus on “false flags!”

Fukushima Is Still A Disaster

Fukushima is still a disaster “Koizumi said he had been a proponent of nuclear power while prime minister, but living through the Fukushima disaster taught him that what experts said about atomic power being safe, cheap and clean was “all lies.”” https://www.navytimes.com/…/sick-us-sailors-and-marines-who… There is no safe amount of radiation. While the relevant frequency of “radiation…

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Government Responsibilities and American Indians

The government’s relationship with and duties to Native American individuals and tribes are generally defined in the first instance by applicable statutes and regulations. Many of those original statutes are still in tact and applicable, unless expressly overwritten. Malfeasance, lack of due diligence or any other intentional act should be fully reviewed and considered based on the…