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Did The NRC Do A Poor Job Of Lying About The Dangers Of Tritium?

Did The NRC Do A Poor Job Of Lying About The Dangers Of Tritium?

Obviously it seems they did, or the headline would not be so transparent. I read somewhere that asking questions draws attention. That and Top 10 lists. Hmm. Nothing at the moment, except my #1 reason to avoid nuclear waste: It is deadly. Sufficiently riveted? I hope so, because what seemed a simple thought can take […]

Operation Tomodachi  – What Happened To U.S. Service Members Suing For Fukushima Radiation Exposure?

Operation Tomodachi – What Happened To U.S. Service Members Suing For Fukushima Radiation Exposure?

Operation Tomodachi  – What Happened To U.S. Service Members Suing For Fukushima  Radiation Exposure? The headline pretty much says it. Per the most recent report that I can find, there was a court date scheduled for October, 2013. They will be in federal court in San Diego on Oct. 3 to fight a TEPCO motion for […]

Is Your Head In The Sand At Ground Zero? How To Get Fukushima Updates

Is Your Head In The Sand At Ground Zero? How To Get Fukushima Updates

Last night I happened to catch Ground Zero, with Clyde Lewis, as a show that normally I listen to at that time was airing a rebroadcast. I am grateful that finally he decided to cover this topic, yet I was shocked to realize that despite his claims of doing research all day (which quickly he […]

No Victim, No Crime? Adam Kokesh Pleads Guilty To Gun Charges

No Victim, No Crime? Adam Kokesh Pleads Guilty To Gun Charges

Per the Washington Post: Kokesh’s impromptu plea came during an unscheduled hearing in D.C. Superior Court, just two weeks after he pleaded not guilty to the charges and told Judge Patricia A. Broderick that he was exercising his constitutional rights. Kokesh, who had grown a long, thick beard while in custody, said he was replacing […]