July, 2013

Massive Loss of Endangered Winter Run Salmon

Submitted: Jul 31, 2013
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Badlands Journal editorial board
Press Release
29 July 2013
For Immediate Release
 
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The military-industrial-cheap labor complex

Submitted: Jul 29, 2013
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Badlands Journal editorial board

 …Labeled a “surge” by its proponents, the number of armed, full-time active duty US Border Patrol agents will double from 18,000 to "no fewer than 38,405...deployed, stationed, and maintained along the Southern Border" – more troops than will be in Afghanistan by the end of next yearAccording to UCLA professor Raul Hinojosa, for the Border Patrol “to catch a Mexican,” it cost US taxpayers $220 per capture in 1992, which escalated to $8,000 by 2013, and would rise further to $25,000 if SB 744 becomes law… – PJRC, July 17, 2013

 

7-17-13

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Rotterdam bans Monsanto's Roundup

Submitted: Jul 28, 2013
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Badlands Journal editorial board

As we know, Roundup (glyphosate) is a dangerous pesticide that is used all over the world. Though its maker, Monsanto, would have you believe there’s nothing to be afraid of, research says differently. As a matter of fact, glyphosate has been connected to numerous health problems including respiratory distress, cellular damage, and even cancer...Global Research, July 27, 2013

Large parts of the rest of the world know that Roundup is dangerous to human health, in fact dangerous to any living thing that is not a plant coming from Monsanto's genetically modified, patented seeds.

Badlands Journal editorial board

7-27-13

Global Research 

Dutch City of Rotterdam Bans Monsanto Glyphosate Roundup Herbicide

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Monsanto's chair of the Stanislaus Board of Supervisors

Submitted: Jul 25, 2013
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Badlands Journal editorial board

We found this piece of biotech propaganda by Vito Chiesa, the chairman of the Stanislaus County Board of Supervisors, to be an offense to everyone in that county who is not an agribusinessman. He misinforms the local public about a legislative sneak attack on biotech regulation by the industry, the so-called “Farmer Assurance Provision,” stuck on page 78 of a resolution that had to be passed if the federal government was to continue paying its bills. This might be a clue about how Chairman Chiesa practices politics on the Stanislaus board.  

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Global FrackThink

Submitted: Jul 10, 2013
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Badlands Journal editorial board

This is an example of what we at Gadlands have come to call FrackThink (Global variety). From time to time as examples of this species of cogitation are flushed out of the bowels of the global intelligensia by unregulated corrosive substances, we will pass them along to give our neighbors in the Monterey Shale Formation views of what we are up against. -- blj

 

7-9-13

Consortium News

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Fact based revolt against the South

Submitted: Jul 08, 2013
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Badlands Journal editorial board

 

 

The attitudes of the Southern United States, the old Confederate States, and wherever else in the nation these attitudes have taken root, are becoming intolerable to ordinary,  decent Americans who are trying to cope with the serious dilemmas of our times – from the ever growing canyon between the rich and the poor to the Keystone Pipeline and fracking. We the People are getting fed up with the white southerners’ slavery to fundamentalism: hypocrisy, racism, and the plastic god that gives them a holy right to bigotry, misogyny, homophobia, self-righteous pious stupidity, ignorance, the extreme arrogance of their oil and cotton plutocracy, and the denial of global warming.

And that is just the beginning for people growing impatient with this whole knuckleheaded approach to life. -- blj


 


7-4-13

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Not as easy as it looks

Submitted: Jul 04, 2013
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Badlands Journal editorial board

 

This is for all our friends who believe that large-scale government solutions to water issues are best; and to our friends who believe that the deregulated free market and individual enterprise are the only real, natural ways to allocate water resources. We have below two examples of water policies: one concerning state policies using surface water; the second involving the essentially unregulated, private use of groundwater in the Ogallala Aquifer.

 

 

 

The surface-water policies seem guided by 20th century dogma:

 

 

 

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