Paul Craig Roberts on the Death of the Constitution
Alex Jones from the Alex Jones Show, talks with columnist and former Assistant Secretary of the Treasury in the Reagan Administration, Paul Craig Roberts.
Watch the latest film from The Story of Stuff Project – The Story of Citizens United vs. The FEC – and educational animation about the Supreme Court and its awful decision to treat corporations as people, and what it means for our fragile democracy.
Please save the date for this upcoming conference to discuss the future of marijuana policy reform efforts in California.
What: MARIJUANA REFORM: A Continuing Conversation
- Next Steps Southern California
- A statewide conference to discuss the future of marijuana policy reform efforts in
- Saturday, March 19, 9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
- Ricardo Montalbán Theatre
- 1615 Vine St, Los Angeles, CA 90028
Sponsored by CaNORML, Drug Policy Alliance, and the Marijuana Policy Project, this conference builds on the success of a similar gathering in Berkeley in January, and will feature a public discussion with drug policy reform leaders, medical marijuana advocates, legislators, attorneys, physicians, and marijuana reform activists from across the state. Your participation and input are welcome!
Registration, ticketing, and parking information will be available by March 1.
(A modest registration fee will be charged.)
Hope to see you there!
(As received from a GreenPeace email…)
Millions of Americans are preparing to celebrate Independence Day with backyard BBQs and picnics. As people flock to supermarkets and shopping centers to stock up, those ending up at Costco Wholesale might be surprised at what they find.
In the Costco warehouse you’ll find freezers and coolers full of unsustainable fish. Greenpeace surveys found that Costco continues to sell fifteen of the twenty-two red list seafood items.
Costco is the largest wholesale club operator in North America. While Costco continues to grow bigger and bigger, so does its footprint on the environment. Did you know that Costco is destroying our oceans through its harmful seafood purchasing practices?
It’s time to shine a spotlight on Costco and expose the truth behind their destructive seafood policies. Costco can be a leader in ocean conservation, not a contributor to ocean destruction.
Greenpeace is urging Costco to implement a sustainable seafood policy, to offer transparency in its seafood labeling, and to stop selling red list seafood starting immediately with orange roughy and Chilean sea bass.
The power is in your hands. Remember by working together, we were able to improve Trader Joe’s seafood operation through public pressure and campaigning. We can do the same with Costco. Please take action today.