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What message are our legislators sending to voters, when they publicly admit they haven't done their job? How many bills are passed each year that policymakers haven't even bothered to read? This is disgraceful. This is called dereliction of duties and we must demand a stop to this practice.

      
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thefederalistpapers.org

by Seth Connell

November 16, 2016

Good news for the American Energy Renaissance: a new field with massive reserves of oil has just been discovered in Texas.

During the past decade, the United States has seen a massive increase in oil output thanks to increased exploration and drilling in Texas and the Midwest. Places like North Dakota and Texas have had massive economic growth fueled by the oil boom.

mobile.reuters.com

November 15, 2016

Retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson, a former 2016 Republican presidential candidate who is an adviser to President-elect Donald Trump, has opted against accepting a Cabinet position in the Trump administration.

Carson, a popular writer and speaker in conservative circles, has been a close adviser to Trump and is a vice chairman of Trump's transition team. He has been mentioned as a possible secretary of health and human services or education.

bloomberg.com

by David Wethe

November 14, 2016

Brian Kalt's got a pretty funky plan to stop the surge in earthquakes in Oklahoma and save the state's reeling oil industry.

Kalt forms part of a crush of entrepreneurs who are cooking up ways to fix Oklahoma's quake problem. There's an MIT grad who concocted a system that turns the salt slurry into a thick, and easier to dispose, brine; and an Oklahoma native who devised a process that allows drillers to put the water to use in other parts of their operations; even General Electric Co. is tinkering with an idea or two (though it wasn't willing to reveal much about what they might look like).

sfgate.com

by Filipa A. Ioannou

November 9, 2016

Opponents of genetically modified crops won big in Sonoma County Tuesday night when voters approved a ban on GMOs, or genetically modified organisms, by a margin of nearly 12 percentage points.

The future and sustainability of Sonoma County agriculture was also an oft-raised issue in the contest between organic farmer Linda Hopkins and former state Sen. Noreen Evans for the District Five Board of Supervisors seat.

charismanews.com

by Steve Rees

October 30, 2016

Some prophetic voices believe the nation shifted, spiritually, Oct. 21, 2016, on what may go down as one of the most important days in American history.

Largely unnoticed, 1,000 Native American Indian tribes from the United States and Canada collectively forgave the U.S. government for breaking treaties with their ancestors during a public ceremony on the National Mall. The National Day of Prayer for First Nations, held near the Washington Monument, included intercessory petitions, proclamations and declarations of forgiveness by leaders from All Tribes D.C., a fellowship of Christians representing 1,000 American Indians from the U.S. and Canada.

bobbyanding.com

October 30, 2016

Yesterday, at the hospital in Germany where I work,we had a meeting about how the influx of muslim immigrants from the middle east is simply unsustainable. Walk in Health Clinics cannot handle emergencies.

Many muslims are refusing treatment by female staff here in Germany. The muslim men make sick, crude comments and overtures to the female staff members, because to them any non-muslim woman is a whore or a future slave. After brief exposure to these cruel, sadistic, female hating beats, we, women, are refusing to go among those animals, especially the muslim men from Africa.

houstonpublicmedia.org

by Marissa Evans

October 29, 2016

The head of the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services has decided to ask lawmakers for an additional $8.2 million to help raise salaries for Child Protective Services workers.

On Thursday evening, agency commissioner Hank Whitman wrote in a letter to Senate Finance Committee members that "providing a salary increase will have a positive impact on retention." "Settling on the ideal salary to diminish turnover is difficult," Whitman wrote. "Our research of U.S. Labor Statistics shows that comparable jobs in the Texas market pay more than salaries at CPS."

CNBC

by Luke Graham

October 28, 2016

More and more electric vehicles are being brought to market, but a lack of viable batteries could hold back the technology being accepted by drivers, analysts have warned.

Lithium-ion batteries are in high demand in order to power electric vehicles, however there are concerns whether enough batteries will be produced in order to support the market for electric vehicles. "We are seeing an acceleration in the bringing of electric vehicles to market, but the big question we have is where are the batteries going to come from for these vehicles?" George Galliers, autos analyst at Evercore ISI, told CNBC's Squawk Box Europe.

nowtheendbegins.com

October 15, 2016

In this video, it is revealed that Hillary Clinton used the White House as a way to funnel money to powerful friends while her husband was president. Anyone who crossed Hillary died under mysterious circumstances. Hillary has managed to keep her past quie

Hillary has made billions off the American taxpayers in illegal schemes and backroom deals. Despite spending millions on media damage control and a legal team, Clinton can't stop Americans from seeing this video and discovering the truth about her antics. In this video, it is revealed that Hillary Clinton used the White House as a way to funnel money to powerful friends while her husband was president. Anyone who crossed Hillary died under mysterious circumstances. Hillary has managed to keep her past quiet with fear and threats, but a brave few are willing to speak out.

neonnettle.com

by Luke Papenfus

October 13, 2016

Despite the fact that our oceans cover over 70% of our planet, nuclear meltdowns and toxic oil spillages like Fukushima would seem to occur more often than can be explained away by malpractice.

An award-winning online community named THE WELL reported in the 1990's that odd emissions had been spotted floating behind large vessels, which did not dissipate normally according to Kelvin wake patterns. Oceanographers at the Wyoming Institute of Technology have coined these dispersals "Aquatrails". Other Scientists were quick to dismiss the reports citing the usual 'conspiratorial' cry similar to chemtrails.

      






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