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Thought crime comes to America: Obama admin is considering civil action against 'climate change' deniers

This devil of an administration is going beyond political correctness to outright thought crime.

At a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on March 9, 2016 on Department of Justice (DOJ) operations,  572 more words


RI receives $18.2 million clean water infrastructure funding

As originally posted on TraceyC-Media on December 6, 2015.

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The state’s most vulnerable communities are eligible for federal clean water infrastructure funding through low-interest loans provided under $18.2 million allocated by the U.S. 719 more words


Criminal Justice Reform Is Gaining Steam. What Role Has Philanthropy Played? - Inside Philanthropy

Criminal justice reform is one area of philanthropy that’s been rapidly gaining steam. A number of top foundations want to see what can be done to bring down incarceration rates, and are putting up capital in a variety of ways to work on the problem.The Fall issue of Responsive Philanthropy, recently published by NCRP, takes a deep dive into the new funding for criminal justice reform, which—as Aaron Dorfman writes—cuts across a breadth of work now under way to change “policing, prosecution policies, reentry opportunities and more.” 18 more words

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President deals final blow to Keystone XL Pipeline

Environmentalists win big; GOP and oil industry lose ground battle

Shipping dirtier crude oil into our country would not increase America’s energy security. ~ President Barack Obama on Keystone XL…

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