Going after our food supply, by Kathleen Marquardt

https://americanpolicy.org/2019/01/04/going-after-our-food-supply/ 04 Jan Going after our food supply Posted at 12:24h in Environment, Farming, Privacy Rights, Sustainable Development by Kathleen Marquardt A couple weeks ago, Tom DeWeese sent out a letter about the World Wildlife Fund and beef. It reads in part: The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) is one of the top three most powerful,…Read more »

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From USCCA: Of course I trust Governor Moon Beam, that those 2.3 million illegal immigrants are “hard-working families” and therefore trustworthy and law abiding(!)

California Condition Orange By Rick Sapp // 10/27/2017 https://www.usconcealedcarry.com/california-condition-orange/ I’m not planning to visit California soon. No one there will lose sleep over that announcement, I suppose, but California recently became America’s first “Sanctuary State.” Apparently, by signing Senate Bill 54, Governor Jerry “Moon Beam” Brown limited the ability of state and local law enforcement…Read more »

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Good Ole Georgia On My Mind! Georgia police officer arrested for obscene Internet contact with a child

Georgia police officer arrested for obscene Internet contact with a child Lindsay Moscarello 10 hrs ago 0 Link: Link A multi-agency undercover operation targeting online predators led to Roswell Police Department arresting Abraham Flores Galvan for Obscene Internet Contact with a child and Enticing a Child to Commit an Illegal Act. Galvan, a part-time police…Read more »

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2016 STATE OF THE JUDICIARY ADDRESS THE HONORABLE CHIEF JUSTICE HUGH P. THOMPSON SUPREME COURT OF GEORGIA January 27, 2016, 11 a.m. House Chambers, State Capitol

016 STATE OF THE JUDICIARY ADDRESS THE HONORABLE CHIEF JUSTICE HUGH P. THOMPSON SUPREME COURT OF GEORGIA January 27, 2016, 11 a.m. House Chambers, State Capitol Lt. Governor Cagle, Speaker Ralston, President Pro Tem Shafer, Speaker Pro Tem Jones, members of the General Assembly, my fellow judges and my fellow Georgians: Good morning. Thank you…Read more »

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Fukushima fallout: Throwing radioactive caution to the wind – and sea Cynthia McKinney

Fukushima fallout: Throwing radioactive caution to the wind – and sea Cynthia McKinney https://www.rt.com/op-edge/319053-fukushima-fallout-radioactive-japan/ After serving in the Georgia Legislature, in 1992, Cynthia McKinney won a seat in the US House of Representatives. She was the first African-American woman from Georgia in the US Congress. In 2005, McKinney was a vocal critic of the government’s…Read more »

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Agendas Acc0rding to the Federal Bar Association

I ran across this tonight, looking for something else, but it caught my eye and so I read it. Knowing what I know about this country and being “awake”, I find the following pretty fucking interesting. What are your thoughts?: FEDERAL BAR ASSOCIATION 2015-16 ISSUES AGENDA http://www.fedbar.org/Advocacy/Issues-Agendas.aspx Active Issues | Monitored Issues ACTIVE LEGISLATIVE ISSUES…Read more »

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Daily Report and Andrew Phillips: Analyzing the Suit Over Georgia Voters’ Personal Data Leak

Analyzing the Suit Over Georgia Voters’ Personal Data Leak Andrew Phillips, Daily Report November 20, 2015 http://www.dailyreportonline.com/id=1202743008663/Analyzing-the-Suit-Over-Georgia-Voters-Personal-Data-Leak?mcode=0&curindex=0&curpage=ALL Andrew Phillips Andrew Phillips is senior counsel in McGuireWoods’ Atlanta office, where he is editor of the firm’s “Password Protected” blog, in which a version of this article first appeared. His practice focuses on representing and counseling clients…Read more »

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