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• Comments to the NRC on Diablo Canyon relicensing

Comments submitted to the Nuclear Regulatory Commission
On Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power Plant re-licensing
Docket Nos. 50-275 and 50-323NRC-2009-0552

Given the earthquake faults, the ongoing radioactive emissions from the plant, and the hacking risk to the plant, as well as PG&E’s deplorable safety record and culture, Diablo Canyon must be immediately shut down and decommissioned. 1,553 more words

How to rig an election

I don’t believe the Labour Party administration are rigging the leadership election to keep Jeremy Corbyn from winning. I don’t think that’s what they’re trying to do, and I don’t think they’d succeed in doing it if they tried. 1,458 more words

Elections

Hurricane Katrina: Lessons Not Learned by Walter Brasch

by Walter Brasch
Writer, Dandelion Salad
walterbrasch.com
August 25, 2015

This week is the 10th anniversary of the destruction of the southeastern gulf coast by Hurricane Katrina. 989 more words

Politics

Going for Broke

Some thoughts to add to the million and one other blog posts on the net doing the rounds on this matter …

No congress of a European nation may call on the key tools used to pull a nation out of a recession (increased government spending to create jobs, lowering interest rates to boost investment, printing more money to create demand through more liquidity). 525 more words

European Union

• Knocking on the Devil's Door: Our Deadly Nuclear Legacy (VIDEO)

Directed by Gary Null

Excerpt:

Greg Palast (57:40 in video)

Hillary Clinton’s “big client was Entergy which now owns the Indian Point nuclear plant in New York, where Senator Clinton was very reluctant to call for the closure of this obvious danger right near New York City.” 236 more words

Alex Jones Avoids NRC FOIA Documents For 4 Years. Why?

Alex Jone Avoids NRC FOIA Documents For 4 Years. Why?

by Hatrick Penry

“I do agree that there has been a deafening silence in the alternative media over this massive government orchestrated cover-up. 505 more words

Infowars

Taxation Without Representation—Déjà Vu by William John Cox + Greg Palast: One Person, One Vote

by William John Cox
Writer, Dandelion Salad
williamjohncox.com
June 7, 2015

The Supreme Court’s acceptance of a case about the allocation of voting districts will have consequences far beyond the millions of U.S. 975 more words

Politics