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Fisherman gets sued by Feds for throwing small fish back in ocean

Fisherman gets sued by Feds for throwing small fish back in ocean

In a case that defies the aphorism – “let the punishment fit the crime, ailment ” PLF (Pacific Legal Foundation) has just filed a friend of the court brief at the U.S. Supreme Court on behalf of a Florida fisherman named John Yates.  Mr. Yates, rx a grandfather and commercial fishing boat captain for hire, […]

The number of labs handling deadly germs grows, and so do calls for regulating lab safety

The number of labs handling deadly germs grows, and so do calls for regulating lab safety

The number of labs handling dangerous pathogens continues to grow, nurse and so does the number of accidents involving dangerous pathogens. The number of reported accidents involving dangerous microbes grew rapidly from just sixteen in 2004 to 128 in 2008, and 269 in 2010, the last year reported. Experts note that currently there is no […]

We Certainly Don’t Want To Alarm Anyone

We Certainly Don’t Want To Alarm Anyone

By Gregory J. Welborn

Monsanto/FDA: Two crime families, trillion-dollar hustle

Monsanto/FDA: Two crime families, trillion-dollar hustle

  By Jon Rappoport “The propagandists who actually decide the content of mainstream news have done a bang-up job on Monsanto. They’ve made it seem that the science for and against GMO crops is a swamp of uncertainty no one can decipher. Therefore, leave it alone. Don’t step into it. This omits one stunning circumstance: […]

Homeland Security’s robotic tuna

Homeland Security’s robotic tuna

*Article courtesy Israel Homeland Security

Santa Paula Chief of Police McLean takes on PR Nightmare

Santa Paula Chief of Police McLean takes on PR Nightmare

Editor’s Note: After a Santa Paula reserve police office thoughtlessly posted a video of bicyclists being run over, the internet blew up with outrage.  The quick handling of this PR nightmare by the department’s Police Chief Steve McLean has not only defused the situation but opened a dialogue with the cycling community and law enforcement […]

1st Step to destroy private property rights: Groundwater control

1st Step to destroy private property rights: Groundwater control

Coalition forms to manage California’s groundwater This was published in the Los Angeles Times. Response to this by Marc Harris There IS an agenda, and a major objective is the elimination of private property rights of all land, as Agenda 21 co-author Maurice Strong and Gro Brundland stated was the primary goal of Agenda 21. […]

The greatest fraud in history

The greatest fraud in history

By Michael Greer The first time I heard the claim that man was causing global warming, I thought it was a joke. When I realized that not only weren’t they joking, they were deadly serious, I had to know why. They claimed CO2 was responsible for all kinds of evils, but I knew that CO2 […]

Dumb Laws–The Simi Valley of the Birds

Dumb Laws–The Simi Valley of the Birds

  This may not be a dumb law, just a why do they have a law like this sort of law.   Under Article 8 section 6-1.801 of the municipal code: Feeding of certain birds is prohibited.: No person shall intentionally feed crows or ravens anywhere within the City limits of the City of Simi […]

Changes to Unclaimed Property Law

Changes to Unclaimed Property Law

 By Jennifer Felten Last year, the California State Assembly passed Bill 212, codified as Code of Civil Procedure sections 1530 and 1513.5, which modified the state’s unclaimed property reporting requirements. The law went into effect on January 1, 2014, but the new reporting requirements become mandatory on July 1. Under the new rules, the threshold […]