Let them eat steaks she said they all get foods stamps !
Scientific Fish and Wildlife Conservation Act now law, renders anti-hunting referendums moot LANSING, MI – The Michigan House of Representatives passed the Scientific Fish and Wildlife Conservation Act today with a bipartisan vote of 65-43. The citizen initiative, which passed the Senate on August 13 and was supported by the signatures of almost 300,000…
Once upon a time in a once magnificent city named Gary Indiana which had been ruled by many wicked men came along the First African American Female who proved to be as evil or eviler than her predecessors.
The city of Gary Indiana is a company town and it existence is based on the success of its major manufacturing employer. United States Steel.
The First thing the mayor did after getting in office was to do the bidding of special interest groups rifling through the Federal & State financial funds $28 million dollars. That the poor and underemployed people living below the poverty level were in desperate need of so they could supplement there diet with omega 3 fatty acids that they lack.
The wicked queen was told by the environmental groups to build herself a majestic Palace on the contaminated Grand Calumet River and she even tried to put a 1/4 million dollar chandelier in it but the peanut gallery’s outrage was overwhelming.
She has about exhausted her bag of tricks and the National Republican Party Lay In Wait Salivating at the chance to eat this prey alive that is frolicking in front of them haphazardly making one mistake after the next!
Under the Norman kings (after 1066), by royal prerogative forest law was widely applied. The law was designed to protect the venison and the vert, the “noble” animals of the chase – notably red and fallow deer, the roe, and the wild boar – and the greenery that sustained them. Forests were designed as hunting areas reserved for the monarch or (by invitation) the aristocracy (seemedieval hunting). The concept was introduced by the Normans to England in the 11th century, and at the height of this practice in the late 12th and early 13th centuries, fully one-third of the land area of southern England was designated as royal forest; at one stage in the 12th century, all of Essex was afforested, and on his accession Henry II declared all of Huntingdonshire forest.
Afforestation, in particular the creation of the New Forest, figured large in the folk history of the “Norman Yoke”, which magnified what was already a grave social ill: “the picture of prosperous settlements disrupted, houses burned, peasants evicted, all to serve the pleasure of the foreign tyrant, is a familiar element in the English national story …. The extent and intensity of hardship and of depopulation have been exaggerated”,H. R. Loyn observed. Forest law prescribed harsh punishment for anyone who committed any of a range of offences within the forests; by the mid-17th century, enforcement of this law had died out, but many of England’s woodlands still bear the title Royal Forest. At that time, the practice of reserving areas of land for the sole use of the aristocracy was common throughout Europe during the medieval period.
Royal forests usually included large areas of heath, grassland and wetland – anywhere that supported deer and other game. In addition, when an area was initially designated forest, any villages, towns and fields that lay within it were also subject to forest law. This could foster resentment as the local inhabitants were then restricted in the use of land they had previously relied upon for their livelihoods; however, common rights were not extinguished, but merely curtailed.
The Hoosier Environmental Council seeks to help Hoosiers who are harmed by environmental contamination. While such injustice should not exist, there are communities that are disproportionately harmed by polluting industries. Some of the most egregious public health and environmental justices issues can be found in the northern Lake County, Indiana communities.
HEC conducted a detailed needs assessment of the resources currently available to assist Lake County residents to engage in decision-making that affects their environmental health. We also surveyed more than 300 residents on what resources are needed to empower them to address their pollution concerns, and trained a community group to conduct air and water testing in their neighborhoods.