Calls Increase for Government to Regulate Internet Journalists and Bloggers

(KurtNimmo) – Outrage is rising over a Michigan lawmaker’s plan to introduce a bill to license bloggers and internet-based journalists.

“State Sen. Bruce Patterson is introducing legislation that will regulate reporters much as the state regulates hairdressers, auto mechanics and plumbers. Patterson, who also practices constitutional law, says the general public is being overwhelmed by an increasing number of media outlets — traditional, online and citizen generated — and an even greater amount of misinformation,” Fox News reported on May 28. “Legitimate media sources are critically important to our government,” he said.

The establishment idea that “legitimate” media sources “are critically important to our government” is hardly a new idea. Continue reading

This bill will kill small farms, and wreck our food supply

Unless it is amended, the Food Safety Modernization Act will regulate our local food sources out of business. As written now, the legislation is a big gift to the industrial food producers, and a drastic blow against small farms.

So please take steps, ASAP, to tell your senators either to amend the bill or vote against it.

Here, below Gianni Ortiz’s prefatory note, is all you need to know to take immediate action. Continue reading

MSM: Circulation drops at U.S. newspapers as readers turn to online news sources

(LATimes) – The average circulation at about 400 daily newspapers falls more than 10% in the last six months as compared to a year ago. Smaller newspapers fare better. Continue reading

Methane Could Be Storage Solution for Solar and Wind Power

(Reuters) – In a surprising find, scientists have discovered a microbe that can efficiently convert direct electrical current into methane. Continue reading

Martial Law – FEMA sources confirm coming martial law, says Wayne Madsen

Wayne Madsen a Washington based investigative journalist, author, columnist and former U.S. Naval Officer reported on April 3rd, 2008 the existence of a document called the “C & R” document is being passed around among senior members of Congress and their staff.
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