Yea … like this will really work

… and what if they don’t tell the principal they are quitting – dropping out – what we put them in Joe’s tent city … is this really what we pay folks to represent us … 


yellow snow … yummy …

… Anyone actually think ADEQ was NOT going to approve using SEWAGE EFFLUENT to make snow at Flagstaff’s Snowbowl…? 



…  Consider the time – $$$ – energy that for-profit water purveyors and their engineers – attorneys – proprietary vendors have expended to get “us” (that’s you and me) to buy hook line and sinker they can produce a SAFE liquid even to the point as re-cycled as your potable (drinking) water…?

… Before one faults ADEQ consider for a moment the fact “we” allow a porous revolving door to exist between regulators (ADEQ) and for-profit water purveyors where the allegiance of a regulator can be suspect …

… Know and understand this, it is SAFE simply because they control how safe is defined summarily excluding your voice and participation in that determination process …

… watch out for the “yellow” snow … 

all things political

img408 … Like all things “political” and unquestioningly WATER is a political football … SAFE … is subject to “gerrymandering” …

… Whereas Mother Nature’s treatment of water rendering it safe follows smooth elongated lines of flow and abundance of open air our for-profit water purveyors subject WATER to high pressure … tight turns and confined space

… Andthen without our input and consent declare their product SAFE and like the sheep we have become … we believe … and say nothing …

The Myth of Purifying Fracking Water in Saudi America: The Competition Between Food, Drink and Energy Needs

Donald G. Schweitzer, Truthout: Sustained droughts and skyrocketing demand underscore the critical need to re-evaluate public policy to address the growing competition among farmers, residents and the energy industry for scarce water resources.




America Is Turning Into One Big Prison for People in Debt

By Steve Fraser, TomDispatch

From debtor’s prison to debtor nation. READ MORE»


.… In an Arizona GOP dominated State Legislature these ethic proposals have as much chance of success as a snowball’ chance in Hell …




farm shut upStates weigh laws that would make it an act of terrorism to report abuses at factory farms


Learn more:

NaturalNews) How do you keep consumers in the dark about the horrors of factory farms? By making it an “act of terrorism” for anyone to investigate animal cruelty, food safety or environmental violations on the corporate-controlled farms that produce the bulk of our meat, eggs and dairy products.

And who better to write the Animal and Ecological Terrorism Act, designed to protect Big Ag and Big Energy, than the lawyers on the Energy, Environment and Agriculture Task Force at the corporate-funded and infamous American Legislative Exchange Council

(ALEC).,_Energy,_and_Agriculture …New Hampshire, Wyoming and Nebraska are the latest states to introduce Ag-Gag laws aimed at preventing employees, journalists or activists from exposing illegal or unethical practices on factory farms.,_Energy,_and_Agriculture
Lawmakers in 10 other states introduced similar bills in 2011-2012. The laws passed in three of those states: Missouri, Iowa and Utah. But consumer and animal-welfare activists prevented the laws from passing in Florida, Illinois, Indiana, Minnesota, Nebraska, New York and Tennessee.

In all, six states now have Ag-Gag laws, including North Dakota, Montana and Kansas, all of which passed the laws in 1990-1991, before the term “Ag-Gag” was coined.

Ag-Gag laws passed 20 years ago were focused more on deterring people from destroying property, or from either stealing animals or setting them free. Today’s ALEC-inspired bills take direct aim at anyone who tries to expose horrific acts of animal cruelty, dangerous animal-handling practices that might lead to food safety issues, or blatant disregard for environmental laws designed to protect waterways from animal waste runoff. In the past, most of those exposes have resulted from undercover investigations of exactly the type Big Ag wants to make illegal.


TheFluorideDeception_640x360Fluoride Deception (VIDEO)

01-29-2013  •

In this video, award-winning journalist Christopher Bryson examines one of the great secret narratives of the industrial era; how a grim workplace poison and the most damaging environmental pollutant of the cold war was added to our drinking water an 


img402… there is no doubt Joe’s antics make him an easy and likely target of rather stupid moves politically … but … he is not alone …

… the finger wagging of our governor at the President of the United States is not likely to be easily forgotten nor forgiven … but … only time will tell …

… the abrupt dismissal of “loyalty” by Phoenix Suns owners of coaches could be the tipping of dominoes of a once cherished enterprise …

… it will be interesting to see if GOP leadership again denies the PUBLIC opportunity to input to this year’s budget or will “we” we again be summarily locked out …

… Joe is an easy target … he is not the only target nor is he the most important … 

… Hey … it’s OK … most of the folks there are just left over hippies and druggies … right …

… Hey … it’s OK … most of the folks there are just left over hippies and druggies … right …

Raid Of The Day: Drug Cops Take Over Jerome, Arizona

01-28-2013  •  by Radley Balko (Huffington Post)

The Arizona Dept of Public Safety, organized the raid, explained the aggressive tactics: “It’s a town that would like to secede and carry on its own life style. The people there strongly believe in an individual’s freedom, above all else.” 

Question could be asked

… Question could be asked … do “we” give any thought to the training and health condition of any restaurant or hospital or teacher employee … after all they like touch the food we consume … the medicines we ingest … and honestly we don’t’ want to them be highly paid, do we …?

Do You Give As Much Thought to Restaurant Workers as You Do to Your Organic Chicken?


Amy B. Dean, Truthout: Read the Article


Truthout sits down with Saru Jayaraman of Restaurant Opportunities Centers United to discuss her and the organization’s mission to defend restaurant workers’ rights and build community alliances nationwide.


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