The bottle makes that water taste fancy! Federal Judge Jesus G. Bernal says that the lapsed permit from 1988 that has allowed Nestlé water-bottling rights in the San Bernardino Mountains for $524 a year the last 27 years is not the grounds for stopping the bottling giant’s continued pumping of water out of the drought-stricken … Continue reading Ruling: Nestlé can continue to pump water out of CA National Forest on expired-since-1988 permit
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OztgH7gNBEY&feature=youtu.be On Monday, Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-UT) issued a subpoena for the full investigation case file for Hillary Clinton‘s illegal email server to the acting assistant director for Congressional affairs, Jason Herring after Herring said he could not promise to deliver that file. The subpoena came during the hearing in which Herring was being questioned. … Continue reading Watch REP. Chaffetz subpoena the FBI over Hillary’s Emails
Despite Expired Permit Harming Strawberry Creek, Court Allows National Forest,Nestlé to Continue Business as Usual RIVERSIDE, Calif.— A federal court today declared Nestlé’s reliance on a long-expired permit valid, ruling in favor of the U.S. Forest Service for allowing the Swiss conglomerate to continue its use of a four-mile pipeline that siphons water from the … Continue reading Federal Court Denies Request to Turn Off Nestle Spigot Despite Decades of Water-taking in San Bernardino National Forest
Prominent activists, lawmakers, artists, academics, and other leading voices in civil society, including Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), are joining the campaign to get a pardon for National Security Agency (NSA) whistleblower Edward Snowden. "The information disclosed by Edward Snowden has allowed Congress and the American people to understand the degree to which the NSA has … Continue reading Campaign to Pardon Snowden Ramps Up
The L.A. City Council will vote on Friday, September 16 to direct the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power to study investments needed to achieve 100% clean, renewable energy in Los Angeles. Los Angeles is currently on track to get off coal by 2025, but LADWP wants to burn more fracked gas in its … Continue reading Help switch LA to 100% clean energy.