Category Archives: General News

Jesse Ventura; All Political Parties Need To Be Abolished, Along With Top Two Primary Voting System, Dualopoly Monopoly, 50 Percent Of Americans Identify Themselves As Independent | A Green Road Journal

In the US, approximately 43-50 percent of the voters identify as belonging to the Independent Party, but no Independent party candidate can ever be elected in the winner takes all Democrat versus Republican Dualopoly party system. This one statistic alone shows how rigged and corrupt the American political system is. Independent and third party candidates cannot be elected despite being represented by a MAJORITY of the voters.

Source: Jesse Ventura; All Political Parties Need To Be Abolished, Along With Top Two Primary Voting System, Dualopoly Monopoly, 50 Percent Of Americans Identify Themselves As Independent | A Green Road Journal

ABC LIVE POLL: Who Are You Voting For? – ABC News:

Donald Trump first campaigned for the U.S. presidency in 2000, and withdrew before any votes were cast, but afterwards won two Reform Party primaries. On June 16, 2015, he again announced his candidacy for president, as a Republican. Trump became known for his opposition to illegal immigration, his opposition to various free-trade agreements that he regards […]

  • Donald Trump (70%, 78,905 Votes)
  • Jill Stein (12%, 14,027 Votes)
  • Gary Johnson (11%, 12,735 Votes)
  • Hillary Clinton (6%, 7,116 Votes)
  • Darrell Castle (0%, 527 Votes)

YOU can vote by clicking on this link….

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INCREDIBLE: Denmark Will Be The First Country On The Planet That Will Become 100% Organic!

What could be more environmentally and socially advantageous than an entire country going 100% organic? The Danish government has actually announced that it will transform the entire country’s agriculture into organic and sustainable farming. This means that Denmark will be the first country on the planet to become 100% organic.Denmark is at the fore-front when it comes to organic items and how they trade with the world, nevertheless the Danish government has actually set a bigger challenge. The federal government has handled to raise a huge 53 million euros in 2015 in an effort to turn the nation into a 100% organic powerhouse. This is likely to be the most enthusiastic strategy of the century however considering the fact that Denmark has currently shown it’s love for organic food; this does appear to be possible.

Source: INCREDIBLE: Denmark Will Be The First Country On The Planet That Will Become 100% Organic!

The Moment | The Creator Writings

My love, it is time to change.  Yes, I can hear/see your eye rolling, sighs and quiet exclamations of “Again?”  Please remember, you were born at your specific time to assist!  It does not have to be a huge earth shattering move. It can be soft and gentle, starting with one thought at a time.  Triggers will come and go and it us up to you to choose to react or not. Stay in the moment and know your vibration will always suit and fit the experience.  ~ Creator

Source: The Moment | The Creator Writings

Epic Middle East Heat Wave Is Being Compared to Weapon of Mass Destruction – EcoWatch

Recent extreme heat events in the Middle East have climate scientists worried about future climate-related catastrophes. Temperatures have climbed above 115 F across the region this summer and Kuwait and Iraq recently recorded most likely the hottest temperatures ever in the Eastern Hemisphere.

Source: Epic Middle East Heat Wave Is Being Compared to Weapon of Mass Destruction – EcoWatch

Hanford Nuclear Site Fires Above Electrical Substation – August 13, 2016 | Mining Awareness +

or whatever reasons these fires seem to be going unreported. They are burning above what seems to be the Midway electrical substation on the edge of the Hanford Nuclear site. This substation presumably still provides power for the Hanford Nuclear site.

Source: Hanford Nuclear Site Fires Above Electrical Substation – August 13, 2016 | Mining Awareness +

August 14 Energy News | geoharvey

“Who owns the wind? We do, Wyoming says, and it’s taxing those who use it” • Four years ago, the Wyoming Legislature began entertaining a lofty question: Who owns all of that wind? They concluded, quickly and conveniently, that Wyoming did. Then they did something no other state has done: They taxed it. [Los Angeles Times]

Source: August 14 Energy News | geoharvey

Bangladeshes False nuclear hope

The purported reason for Bangladesh to embark on this project is to meet its increasing energy demand. But a sustainable strategy for meeting the energy demand would prioritise economical sources of electricity generation that can be brought online quickly. Renewable sources such as solar energy meet the twin goals of lower cost and timeliness far better than nuclear power. Globally, there is already little doubt that solar energy and wind energy are more attractive investments than nuclear power plants. As the 2016 World Nuclear Industry Status Report points out, “global investment decisions on new nuclear power plants remained an order of magnitude below investments in renewables.”

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Boxes, Bombs, Badges, And Barriers Have No Place In The Oneness That Is Already Being Birthed Here And Now | A Green Road Journal

What do boxes, bombs, badges and barriers have in common? None of these things will be needed in the Oneness which is the heritage of humanity. Like an inheritance that you know is coming from a rich relative, the Oneness is coming. The birth of the Oneness is evident already in small groups and individuals here and there. Many things will be transformed instantly once the Oneness is experienced and lived in by humanity.

Source: Boxes, Bombs, Badges, And Barriers Have No Place In The Oneness That Is Already Being Birthed Here And Now | A Green Road Journal

Man accused of being IS recruiter says he was FBI informant | The Most Revolutionary Act

A North Carolina man accused of trying to recruit people to join the Islamic State group says he had been paid by the FBI since 2009 to help identify potential terrorists.In a statement his mother delivered to The Charlotte Observer (http://bit.ly/2b42fyx ), Erick Jamal Hendricks said his code name was “Ahkie,” a variation of the Muslim term for “brother.”

Source: Man accused of being IS recruiter says he was FBI informant | The Most Revolutionary Act

Is Trump in danger of losing GOP? | TheHill

Three weeks removed from the Republican convention, polls show that Trump failed to increase support from within his own party, even as Democrats and former supporters of Bernie Sanders have steadily moved behind Hillary Clinton.

There is a growing chorus of conservatives calling on the Republican National Committee to cut Trump loose and direct its resources to protecting GOP majorities in the House and Senate.

Source: Is Trump in danger of losing GOP? | TheHill

Simone Manuel – The Militant Negro™

Simone Manuel (1996- ), an American swimmer, won the gold medal in the women’s 100m freestyle at the 2016 Rio Olympics. That makes her the first Black woman of any nation to win an Olympic gold medal in swimming. She also won a silver for the 4x100m freestyle relay.

When she received the gold medal, she cried as they played “The Star-Spangled Banner”, the US national song. The BBC showed it live – while NBC back home was showing a tape of Russian gymnasts! The US east coast did not see it till an hour later, after midnight (and after Twitter pointed it out).

Source: Simone Manuel – The Militant Negro™

 

Why is it that only white swimmers win Olympic medals, when America is a mixture of all races, creeds and colors? What does that say about the USA? What makes it worse is that the mass media seems to ignore any exception to this unwritten rule…

Film: “La casa ausente” at the 6th Dominican Republic Environmental Film Festival – Repeating Islands

The DREFF runs from September 13-18, 2016, with screenings in 11 cities and more than 30 venues around the Dominican Republic. The documentary will be screened at four different venues:September 14, 8:30pm: Universidad Iberoamericana (UNIBE)September 15, 3:00pm: Alianza FrancesaSeptember 15, 6:00pm, Special Activity*: Universidad Nacional Pedro Henríquez Ureña (UNPHU)September 16, 7:00pm, Special Activity*: Centro León in Santiago de los Caballeros*The Special Activity program describes: “The design of this sustainable home as well as the film have inspired a whole new generation of architects in Puerto Rico and the Caribbean who argue that sustainable architecture is the only true and responsible option for the planet in the crisis in which we live. With special collaboration of the magazine Arquitexto, all screenings of the documentary will be attended by renowned local architects who will speak to the public along with special guests Ruben Abruña, director of the film, and Fernando Abruña, famous Puerto Rican architect.”

Source: Film: “La casa ausente” at the 6th Dominican Republic Environmental Film Festival – Repeating Islands

Here, The Visitors Are In Cages & The Animals Roam Free | Culture of Awareness

The Lehe Ledu Wildlife Zoo allows normally caged creatures like big cats and other wildlife species, such as bears, roam free, while visitors remain in a cage. This allows people to get extremely close without subjecting the wild creatures to the inhumanity of being trapped in small cages, like most zoos throughout the world do.“We wanted to give our visitors the thrill of being stalked and attacked by the big cats but with, of course, none of the risks,” Zoo spokeswoman Chan Llang explained.

Source: Here, The Visitors Are In Cages & The Animals Roam Free | Culture of Awareness

This Italian Politician Wants Government to Force Citizens to Eat Meat | Culture of Awareness

In an example of just how far governments and politicians will take the war on individual freedom and parental choice, Forza Italia MP, Elvira Savino, has put forward a proposal that would imprison parents who forced their children to eat a vegan diet.Savino argues that veganism “lack[s], essential elements for a healthy growth” and that parents who implement a diet plan of this type for children under 16 should spend up to two years in prison.

Source: This Italian Politician Wants Government to Force Citizens to Eat Meat | Culture of Awareness

Is Kratom Legal In Your State? | Culture of Awareness

As more and more states begin to legalize marijuana, Big Pharma profits are declining. Many have speculated that cannabis was originally banned to protect corporate interests. Perhaps the same motivation is behind the surge in legislation to ban kratom.

Kratom, or Mitragyna speciosa, is a plant in the coffee family indigenous to Southeast Asia. It functions in a similar manner to opiates with similar medicinal effects. It has been shown to alleviate chronicpain and anxiety, as well as aid in overcoming addiction and depression.

A Columbia University study published in the Journal of the American Chemical Society from June of this year concludes that kratom “has been shown to exhibit antidepressant activity” and will “hold promise in the treatment of mood disorders.”

Source: Is Kratom Legal In Your State? | Culture of Awareness

Boxes, Bombs, Badges, And Barriers Have No Place In The Oneness That Is Already Being Birthed Here And Now | A Green Road Journal

What do boxes, bombs, badges and barriers have in common? None of these things will be needed in the Oneness which is the heritage of humanity. Like an inheritance that you know is coming from a rich relative, the Oneness is coming. The birth of the Oneness is evident already in small groups and individuals here and there. Many things will be transformed instantly once the Oneness is experienced and lived in by humanity.

Source: Boxes, Bombs, Badges, And Barriers Have No Place In The Oneness That Is Already Being Birthed Here And Now | A Green Road Journal

israel censoring school books | Uprootedpalestinians’s Blog

The Israeli occupation authority (IOA) in Occupied Jerusalem has omitted all texts and pictures that are related to Palestine and the struggle against the occupation from Palestinian school books before its distribution.According to the Hebrew newspaper Iroshalim, the Israeli municipality and the ministry of education deleted Quranic verses, poems and other contents from Palestinian curriculums advocating the Palestinian struggle against the occupation

Source: israel censoring school books | Uprootedpalestinians’s Blog

Submissions to South Australia Parliament are overwhelmingly opposed to nuclear waste importing « Antinuclear

South Australian Parliament’s Joint Committee on Findings of the Nuclear Fuel Cycle Royal Commission.This Parliamentary Inquiry is still going on. Transcripts of hearings and submissions can be read athttp://www.parliament.sa.gov.au/Committees/Pages/Committees.aspx?CTId=2&CId=333.The opinions of those submitting to this Committee are overwhelmingly opposed to the nuclear waste import plan.

Source: Submissions to South Australia Parliament are overwhelmingly opposed to nuclear waste importing « Antinuclear

Robert Alvarez on the unsolved dangers of nuclear wastes « Antinuclear

Nuclear power plant? Or storage dump for hot radioactive waste?, Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists Robert Alvarez, 11 AUGUST 2016  In addition to generating electricity, US nuclear power plants are now major radioactive waste management operations, storing concentrations of radioactivity that dwarf those generated by the country’s nuclear weapons program. Because the proposed Yucca Mountain nuclear waste repository remains in limbo, and other permanent storage plans are in their infancy, these wastes are likely to remain in interim storage at commercial reactor sites for the indefinite future. This reality raises one issue of particular concern—how to store the high-burnup nuclear fuel used by most US utilities. An Energy Department expert panel has raised questions that suggest neither government regulators nor the utilities operating commercial nuclear power plants understand the potential impact of used high-burnup fuel on storage and transport of used nuclear fuel, and, ultimately, on the cost of nuclear waste management.

Source: Robert Alvarez on the unsolved dangers of nuclear wastes « Antinuclear

Mapping out South Africa’s path to renewable energy, and away from uranium mining « Antinuclear

For, as Dr Stefan Cramer, who was instrumental in lifting the veil of silence on this new threat to the Karoo, points out, uranium mining is the dirty underbelly of the nuclear industry and where it all begins.One must stop nuclear industries in (their) tracks because it leaves future generations with an immeasurable task and legacy. The best point to start is at the source, where the whole cycle of nuclear technology begins, and that is at uranium mining. Uranium mining is very much the dirtiest part of the entire industry,” he says.Kim Kruyshaar writes on Green Audits that choosing between renewable energy and nuclear is about much more than just an energy option. Instead it is “a choice between two divergent socio-economic opportunities and the consequent legacies.” This rings even more true when one looks at the building blocks of nuclear energy.

Source: Mapping out South Africa’s path to renewable energy, and away from uranium mining « Antinuclear

Henry A. Giroux | Donald Trump and the Plague of Atomization in a Neoliberal Age | Rise Up Times

Meanwhile millions are plunged into either the end-station of poverty or become part of the mass incarceration state. Mass fear is normalized as violence increasingly becomes the default logic for handling social problems. In an age where everything is for sale, ethical accountability is rendered a liability and the vocabulary of empathy is viewed as a weakness, reinforced by the view that individual happiness and its endless search for instant gratification is more important than supporting the public good and embracing an obligation to care for others. Americans are now pitted against each other as neoliberalism puts a premium on competitive cage-like relations that degrade collaboration and the public spheres that support it.

Within neoliberal ideology, an emphasis on competition in every sphere of life promotes a winner-take-all ethos that finds its ultimate expression in the assertion that fairness has no place in a society dominated by winners and losers. As William Davies points out, competition in a market-driven social order allows a small group of winners to emerge while at the same time sorting out and condemning the vast majority of institutions, organizations and individuals “to the status of losers.”

Source: Henry A. Giroux | Donald Trump and the Plague of Atomization in a Neoliberal Age | Rise Up Times

Lawsuit filed in US court claims US aid to Israel violates nuclear pact | The Ugly Truth

Institute for Research: Middle Eastern Policy says atomic powers who don’t sign NPT aren’t legally eligible for American moneyTimes of IsraelA lawsuit filed in a US district court claims that American aid to Israel is illegal under a law passed in the 1970s that prohibits aid to nuclear powers who don’t sign the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty.Grant Smith, director of the Institute for Research: Middle Eastern Policy, who filed the lawsuit Monday with a Washington DC court, said the United States has given Israel an estimated $234 billion in foreign aid since Congress in 1976 passed the International Security Assistance and Arms Export Control Act, with its stipulation regarding countries that did not sign the NPT, according to Courthouse News.

Source: Lawsuit filed in US court claims US aid to Israel violates nuclear pact | The Ugly Truth

Bombshell: Zika fraud leads to mosquito spraying and autism « Jon Rappoport’s Blog

The title of this piece could have been, “When the cure for a problem causes the problem.”Naled, the organophosphate pesticide now being sprayed on Miami to kill “Zika mosquitoes,” has dire effects.Reference: a 2014 study, “Neurodevelopmental disorders and prenatal residential proximity to agricultural pesticides: the CHARGE study.” [Environmental Health Perspectives, 2014 Oct;122(10):1103-9.]Key quotes from the study:“Gestational exposure to several common agricultural pesticides can induce developmental neurotoxicity in humans, and has been associated with developmental delay and autism.” [Emphasis added]

Source: Bombshell: Zika fraud leads to mosquito spraying and autism « Jon Rappoport’s Blog

William Astore: Why It’s So Hard for Members of the Military to Speak Out – The Unz Review

How, I’ve often wondered, can people who have spent their lives working in an institution, particularly in the military or some other part of the national security state, retire and suddenly see that same institution in a different and far more negative light? Once outside, they become, in essence, critics of their former selves. I’ve long had a private term for this curious phenomenon: retirement syndrome.

Source: William Astore: Why It’s So Hard for Members of the Military to Speak Out – The Unz Review

Nuclear Power Is Losing Money At An Astonishing Rate — ThinkProgress

As you can imagine, if existing nuclear power plants have become unprofitable, then new nuclear power plants make no economic sense whatsoever. Perhaps no surprise, then, that a Reuters headline blared last month, “New Nuclear Reactor Builds Fall To Zero In First Half Of 2016 — Report.”

Source: Nuclear Power Is Losing Money At An Astonishing Rate — ThinkProgress

#PayToPlay Clinton faces corruption scandal after links between donors & State Dept exposed – YouTube

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, who often lectured African countries about corruption as Secretary of State, now faces her own scandal for questionable ethics and the trending hashtag #PayToPlay – READ MORE http://on.rt.com/7m9j

Time to Let Go of the Ego

Openhearted Rebellion

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By Steve Beckow, Golden Age of Gaia

The energies have reached a place where I’m feeling urges to drop large chunks of formerly relevant and insistent parts of myself.

The most insistent large chunk is the ego.

Of all the “I’s” that I am, the “I” of the ego feels most like an anchor that holds me down from rising into bliss.

The I of the ego functions to promote the survival of me and everything I identify my survival with – my partner, my children, my extended family, my house, my car, etc.

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Indigenous Tribes Just Lost the ‘Biggest Environmental Case in the World’ : Waking Times

A court debacle labelled the ‘biggest environmental case in the world’ just sided with Big Oil. A New York Federal Appeals Court has ruled that Ecuadoreans who were concerned over the health of their rainforest after a 23-year battle with the Chevron subsidiary, Texaco, for polluting vast swaths of Lago Agrio in the Ecuadorian jungle, cannot hold the company financially culpable.Texaco is accused of dumping contaminated water into pits used by locals in the area while operating there for over a decade. Sadly, the US Court of Appeals upheld a lower court’s finding, which determined that the Ecuadorean court judgment was obtained by corrupt means, according to the Associated Press. A $9 billion-dollar judgment for the plaintiffs was at stake, but the US court has ruled that Big Oil is not responsible for polluting the area, and their assets cannot be seized.

Source: Indigenous Tribes Just Lost the ‘Biggest Environmental Case in the World’ : Waking Times

Oregon ‘Rain Man’ Fined, Sent To Jail For Collecting Rainwater in Oregon

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Intro to Gary Harringtom’s 30 day sentence for capturing rainwater in Oregon.

Dominic Notter legal advisor / friend of Gary / Concerned citizen talks about the case and some of the issues with the State of Oregon.

Dominic says that The only reason the jury found Gary guilty was because they were disallowed to hear the evidence, by the judge who felt that the evidence “might unduly prejudice the jury against the State.”

This is what happened in the trial of the Publisher of this newsletter in his filings against the IRS for unfair trade practices —- his evidence was also disallowed by the judge, who felt that the evidence “might unduly prejudice the jury against the State”  —- meaning, or course, against the State and the IRS.

So much for contemporary jury trials today.

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Feds investigating unapproved buildup of nuclear material at Columbia atomic fuel factory | The State

COLUMBIA, SC Up to 170 Westinghouse nuclear fuel plant workers are being temporarily laid off as investigators try to determine why an “excessive’’ amount of radioactive material built up inside the Bluff Road facility this summer.

Source: Feds investigating unapproved buildup of nuclear material at Columbia atomic fuel factory | The State

China openly offers Russia an alliance against NATO | Blog of Staś

“in ten years, the key to the new world order will be the tandem of Russia and China” — Chairman Xi Jinping

Alexander Rostovzef, in Antifascist online, August 6,2016
Translated from Russian by Tom Winter

via China openly offers Russia an alliance against NATO | Blog of Staś

Trump Takes Climate Cues from Putin, Conspiracy Nutbag Jones

Climate Denial Crock of the Week

“And I’ll tell you it is surreal to talk about issues here on air and then word-for-word hear Trump say it two days later. It is amazing. And it just shows how dialed-in this guy is and that’s why they’re so scared of him.”
Conspiracy Nutbag Alex Jones

Donald Trump admires Vladimer Putin, denies climate change, and says he gets his foreign policy ideas from “watching the shows”.
If you wonder what shows he’s watching, see above.

Reuters:

Wildfires crackled across Siberia this summer, turning skies ochre and sending up enough smoke from burning pines to blot out satellite views of the 400-mile-long Lake Baikal.

To many climate scientists, the worsening fires are a consequence of Siberia getting hotter, the carbon unleashed from its burning forests and tundra only adding to man-made fossil fuel emissions. Siberia’s wildfire season has lengthened in recent years and the 2015 blazes were among the…

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Finland govt rushed into nuclear waste project, without independent assessment6 « Antinuclear

When haste makes risky waste: Public involvement in radioactive and nuclear waste management in Sweden and Finland  – How did it happen that in Sweden, the country that developed the technology for deep geological disposal of radioactive waste, construction of a such a repository – a first of its kind in the world – has been suspended for recognized risks and uncertainties, whereas Finland, which has copied the Swedish approach, is moving full speed ahead with building one? Bellona has looked for the answer on a fact-finding visit of the two countries. Bellona  August 9, 2016 by Andrei Ozharovsky, translated by Maria Kaminskaya

“……..Out of sight, out of mind?

via Finland govt rushed into nuclear waste project, without independent assessment6 « Antinuclear

Hinkley Point C nuclear project should be scrappeed « Antinuclear

The Hinkley Point C nuclear reactor shouldn’t be delayed – it should be scrapped Hayden Wood, City AM, 10 Aug 16  Hayden Wood is co-founder of Bulb, a renewable gas and electricity supplier  “……the government should stop agonising and cancel the project. There is no commercial or environmental sense in investing billions into a project that is outdated before construction has even begun.

The UK government agreed a deal with EDF, the French energy company behind the project, which locks in the price of energy at £92.5 per MWh, indexed at 2012 prices for 35 years. This cost is more than 50% higher than the cost of new onshore wind projects at £61.10 per MWh today.

via Hinkley Point C nuclear project should be scrappeed « Antinuclear

Read Books If You Want to Live Longer, Scientists Suggest

A study conducted by the National Institute of Literacy in 2013 found “32 million adults in the U.S. can’t read. That’s 14 percent of the population. 21 percent of adults in the U.S. read below a 5th grade level, and 19 percent of high school graduates can’t read,” the Huffington Post reported at the time.

via Read Books If You Want to Live Longer, Scientists Suggest

Apartheid israel’s war on water | Uprootedpalestinians’s Blog

“Such staggering inequality in water consumption is not only indicative of the discrimination in resource distribution, but of the apartheid laws on which the Israeli state is built. Lush gardens, swimming pools and green lawns sit only a couple miles from completely dry villages, where Palestinians receive water once a week, or once every few weeks, if at all. Put more vividly, 450,000 Israeli settlers use more water than the 2.3 million Palestinians living in the West Bank combined.”
In 2011 alone, the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) destroyed 89 water structures. The only source of underground water in the West Bank is the Mountain Aquifer, of which Israel controls 80 percent. Palestinians are also not permitted to draw water from the Jordan River.

via Apartheid israel’s war on water | Uprootedpalestinians’s Blog

Vladimir Putin Says The USA Elections Are Rigged. It’s Not A Democracy | Uprootedpalestinians’s Blog

For example, the very popular 2016 candidate Bernie Sanders publicly stated that it doesn’t matter who is elected to be president, because “that person will not be able to address the enormous problems facing the working families of our countries. They will not be able to succeed because the power of corporate America, the power of Wall Street . . . and campaign donors” is just too great.
And years before him, Theodore Roosevelt stated that:
“Presidents are selected, not elected.” He also told us that “behind the ostensible government sits enthroned an invisible government owing no allegiance and acknowledging no responsibility to the people.” (source)

via Vladimir Putin Says The USA Elections Are Rigged. It’s Not A Democracy | Uprootedpalestinians’s Blog

Stop the nuclear industry welfare programme « Antinuclear

R&D and Price-Anderson insurance are still just the tip of the iceberg. From tax breaks for uranium mining and loan guarantees for uranium enrichment to special depreciation benefits and lucrative federal tax breaks for every kilowatt hour from new plants, nuclear is heavily subsidised at every phase. The industry also bilks taxpayers when plants close down with tax breaks for decommissioning plants. Further, it is estimated that the cost to taxpayers for the disposal of radioactive nuclear waste could be as much as $100bn……https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/cifamerica/2012/apr/13/nuclear-industry-us-welfare

via Stop the nuclear industry welfare programme « Antinuclear

August 12 Energy News | geoharvey

Vote with Your Utility Bill for Wind Energy” • Some politicians and utilities say renewable power raises utility costs and sacrifices reliability. But real examples tell a different story. In Colorado, renewable energy is replacing coal plants and driving down costs of electricity service without sacrificing reliable service. [Red, Green, and Blue]

via August 12 Energy News | geoharvey