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News Roundup - March 19th
Oliver Stone Tears Apart Obama's Empire
Published on Dec 24, 2012
Abby Martin sits down with Academy Award Winning Director, Oliver Stone, and Historian Peter Kuznick, to talk about US foreign policy, the Obama administration's disregard for the rule of law and their new book " The Untold History of the United States"
Splitting the Sky: Antiwar Left, Progressives complicit in 9/11 Cover-up
From: Phil Restino,
Chapter Co-Chair, VFP Chapter 136,
Central Florida Veterans For Peace
By now most of you are already aware that Mohawk activist and veteran of the American Indian Movement, John "Splitting the Sky" Boncore, aged 61 (1952 - 2013), passed away last Wednesday, March 13th.
What he has to say in this clip is a huge reason for the allowance of the bogus "war on terror" that's lasted over 11 years and has killed, maimed and otherwise destroyed the lives of millions of innocent people.
To not focus on publicly questioning, let alone screaming from the rooftops, the enormous holes ... holes big enough to drive WTC Building 7 through with room to spare ... in the U.S. Govt's sole, one and only reason to justify the wars that the so-called antiwar groups are supposedly in existence to stop is both unconscionable and unforgivable.
It's long past time that the national leadership of these so-called antiwar organizations be put on the spot by the real media and their respective rank and file memberships and forced to answer for their complicity in the preventable 11+ year genocide resulting from their silence on the matter and/or misdirection of their respective flocks.
Splitting the Sky: Antiwar Left, Progressives complicit in 9/11 Cover-up (1:40 min)
State legislator seeks a new carbon tax on bicycle riders
By: Kenneth Schortgen Jr
On March 2, an email sent out by a Washington state legislator surfaced that indicated that he is in support of a new tax on bicycle sales which acts as a carbon tax for cyclists who pollute the environment through the increased expulsion of carbon dioxide. This new tax, which is part of current tax legislation being proposed in the state to help increase revenues for the budget, is primarily being argued to force cyclists to pay for road construction, but is now being justified as a tax on the citizens of Washington state for simply breathing.
Also, you claim that is is environmentally friendly to ride a bike. But if I am not mistaken a cyclists [sic] has an increased heart rate and respiration. That means the act of riding a bike results in greater emissions of carbon dioxide from the rider. Since CO2 is deemed a greenhouse gas and a pollutant, bicyclists are actually polluting when they ride. - Washington State Representative Ed Orcutt
The drive for implementing carbon taxes to stave off the concept of man-made global warming is a potentially trillion dollar industry, with many environmental activists, and government officials all vying for a share of the revenue pie. In California alone, former Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger began the state's Cap and Trade initiatives, which current Governor Jerry Brown has expanded upon during his administration. In an attempt to increase fiscal revenues by over $1 billion, California is now seeking to impose carbon credit fines on over 300 companies through law AB 32 which was passed in 2011.
Carbon Dioxide is a natural gas emission, and is a byproduct of the life sustaining action known as breathing. From its expulsion by living organisms, plant life takes in this gas, and returns oxygen to the air in a never ending cycle. Thus the determination by the EPA that carbon dioxide is a pollutant, and partial cause of global warming, now opens up the very act of being a living organism to government regulations, and potential tax burdens created by legislators for whatever agendas they see fit to create under the umbrella of global warming.
Whether Representative Orcutt's email was a tongue in cheek response to a citizen regarding new tax legislation on bicycles, and those who desire to ride on public roads has yet to be determined, but the fact that the EPA has chosen to make carbon dioxide a public hazard, shows just how disastrous government regulations can become on the public as a whole, and just how costly these rules and laws can be for taxpayers and consumers alike.
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