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Greedy Lying Bastards

Greedy Lying Bastards Trailer

Greedy Lying Bastards is a documentary film examining the power, corruption and greed within the fossil fuel industry .

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How many nuclear explosions have their been?

Many more than you think.

Just plain dumb

‘Slug drivers’ being ticketed in D.C.

This is what comes of perverting our traffic ordinances into a revenue raiser. Shame on Fenty, Vincent Gray and the entire City Council for stooping to this.

The money that was promised to clean up the Anacostia?

Remember how the plastic bag tax was passed to help clean up the Anacostia? Well, Fenty wants to use it for something else.

Get the feeling that Fenty’s word is worthless?

Get the feeling that Fenty is indifferent to the people who live east of the Anacostia?

Sulaimon Brown for Mayor.

Three cheers for Arlington County

Arlington County sues over HOT lanes

Arlington County is suing Virginia, the U.S. Department of Transportation and the Federal Highway Administration for moving forward with the high-occupancy toll (HOT) lane projects on Interstate 95 and Interstate 395 without a full environmental and public health analysis.

It is time to build a transportation system for the post carbon economy, more ways to move cars is not the way to go.

PVC – The Poison Plastic

About PVC

PVC (polyvinyl chloride) plastic, commonly referred to as vinyl, is one of the most hazardous consumer products ever created. PVC is dangerous to human health and the environment throughout its entire life cycle, at the factory, in our homes, and in the trash. Our bodies are contaminated with poisonous chemicals released during the PVC lifecycle, such as mercury, dioxins, and phthalates, which may pose irreversible life-long health threats. When produced or burned, PVC plastic releases dioxins, a group of the most potent synthetic chemicals ever tested, which can cause cancer and harm the immune and reproductive systems.

Lead contamination of the DC water supply

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention withheld evidence that contaminated tap water caused lead poisoning in kids.


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