GREAT NECK, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) - Officials in Great Neck don’t want you airing out your dirty laundry – or clean laundry for that matter.
WCBS 880 Long Island Bureau Chief Mike Xirinachs On The Story
The village board has banned the hanging of laundry on front lawns, making it a violation punishable by up to $1,000 and 15 days in jail.
From Natural News:
Despite serious questions about safety and effectiveness, Dallas and other municipalities around the country are blanketing their cities and their citizens with pesticides. Pets, gardens, lawns, livestock… nothing is safe and individual citizens are not able to opt out of the widespread spraying.
While those opposed to pesticide contamination can do little to stop it, there are plenty of important measures everyone can do to limit their pesticide exposure…
Across the country and even in Canada, cities’ thinking about front lawns is more than a little bit antiquated. It comes down to this simple formulation: Grass good! Vegetables bad. We’ve heard one too many stories in which people decide to use their yards to grow some fresh vegetables, only to have city officials come down hard on them, forcing them to tear out their food or bulldozing the gardens [...]
With only about four hours into the Election Day voting, members of the Milwaukee Democratic Party claim that calls are going out to voters telling them if they’d signed the recall, they didn’t need to vote today.
Milwaukee County Dem Chair Sachin Chheda said that Walker supporters can’t get through the day without “cheating.”
“This latest lowlife sleaze comes on the heels of countless reports from around the state of various Republican [...]
The QE dependent markets are nothing more than an attempt to further enrich those Oligarchs…
NY Times Excerpt and Link:
“In many of America’s once pristine suburbs, harbingers of inner-city blight — overgrown lots, boarded up windows, abandoned residences — are the new eyesores. From the Midwestern rust-belt to the burst housing bubbles of Nevada, California and Florida, even in small pockets of still affluent regions like Du Page County, Ill., the [...]
LAKE MARY, Fla. — People in Lake Mary, an Orlando suburb, say someone has been throwing hundreds of dirty diapers along their streets for months, possibly years.Spotting the diapers is easy. Nestled between common trash, they appear along roadsides, one by one, spaced apart is if someone threw each one out of a moving car. And they can be found in the hundreds.Police think [...]
by Jim Hightower
In the corporate world’s tortured language, workers are no longer fired. They just experience an “employment adjustment.” But the most twisted euphemism I’ve heard in a long time comes from DuPont: “We are investigating the reports of these unfavorable tree symptoms,” the pesticide maker recently stated.
How unfavorable? Finito, flat-lined, the tree is dead. Not just one tree, but hundreds of thousands all [...]
Gary Weiss, The Street
The stock market, as measured by the S&P 500, rose almost 3% yesterday, perhaps pleasantly surprised that the Northeast doesn’t resemble the Gulf Coast — Katrina-cable-TV hype notwithstanding.
So as traders picked their way across tree limbs and flooded roads on their way to work Monday, perhaps they overlooked a commonplace sight that was even more prevalent than clogged waterways: for-sale signs on [...]