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repost from @tattle.tailzz Via @huffpostpol Republican lawmakers in North Dakota are taking aim at protesters with a handful of bills that would make another pipeline protest far more dangerous. The oil-friendly legislature argues that its constituents are frustrated over the protests, which led federal authorities to halt construction of the $3.8-billion Dakota Access Pipeline as thousands of protesters braved cold weather and violence for months. ______________________ A bill that state GOP Rep. Keith Kempenich introduced would exempt drivers from liability if they accidentally hit a pedestrian, according to the Bismarck Tribune. House Bill 1203 was written up in direct response to groups of protesters blocking roadways, Kempenich told the paper. He claims protesters were seen jumping out in front of vehicles. “It’s shifting the burden of proof from the motor vehicle driver to the pedestrian,” Kempenich said. “They’re intentionally putting themselves in danger.” He admits that the law might be used in cases that don’t involve protests. But a few casualties of justice are apparently worth it; his bill would mitigate instances when panicked drivers might have accidentally “punched the accelerator rather than the brakes” as protesters blocked the roads. _____________________ Other new bills would be a thorn in the side of protesters and the federal government. One measure would make it a crime for adults to wear masks nearly across the board, while another would allow the state to sue the federal government over millions in extra police costs, according to ABC News. At this point, it’s unclear whether any of these measures stand a chance, and there’s no committee hearing set for HB1203. It might be crazy to think they’re anything more than posturing, dissenters say. “Knee-jerk legislation often is poor legislation,” Democratic state Rep. Marvin Nelson told ABC News. The Dakota Access protests have cost the state more than $22 million and locals are reportedly upset over the rise in crime in the area ― police have arrested nearly 600 people in the region since August. ....😳😳🤔🤔😡😡 via @gossipmilitia #huffpost #NorthDakota #Pipeline #
Call me a hypocrite! Some food for thought about that tricky white stuff from @activistvegan "Before I went vegan, I was a cheese addict. I ate it daily... I would even start thinking about it on my way home from work, often stopping at the supermarket to replenish my supply like a veritable cheese JUNKIE. Now I know why. Not only is cheese literally the most fattening thing we can eat (and we all know fatty foods trigger the happy centers in our brains which is unfortunate since dietary fat is REALLY BAD for us) but it also has something called CASOMORPHINS in it. These are morphine-like substances that also trigger the happy centers in our brain the same way morphine, heroin, and other opiates do. This keeps us wanting more and more. Why are there casomorphins in cheese? Well it makes sense because milk is baby calf growth fluid - it's a liquid that was biologically intended to turn an 80 pound baby calf into an 800 pound cow in 1 year. There are similar substances in human breast milk which is why both baby cows and baby humans want breast milk all the time. Cheese is literally concentrated baby calf growth fluid so casomorphins levels are HIGH in cheese. 🧀🍕 How do you get over cheese addiction? Thankfully - there is a cure. Watch videos of what happens to cows on dairy farms (Erin Janus's video "dairy is scary" on YouTube is a good place to start). Read about the myriad negative health effects of dairy (PCRM's website is fairly comprehensive). And then just ✋STOP buying dairy products! After a month, you will feel SO MUCH BETTER and you will NOT miss it, I promise. Video clip from "Why Vegans Fail" by @MicTheVegan (on YouTube). Info: http://yumuniverse.com/addiction-to-cheese-is-real-thanks-to-casomorphins/ 🌱 #vegan #govegan #vegetarian #cheeselover ditch #lowcarb #ketodiet #atkins #paleo #dairy #cheese #milk #butter #yogurt #icecream choose #crueltyfree #plantbased alternatives; farm #animals are sentient conscious intelligent beings like our pet dog and cat #animallover #animalrights #feminist #socialjustice #speciesism #dairyisscary #alllivesmatter #earthlings #casomorphin #addict #activistvegan #maketheconnection #instarepost20
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Reaching out to pull you out of your depression. We must remember self love!
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@Regram from @theorgonizedearth - Don't buy from @nestlepurelifeusa - they steal water from California aquifers, fluoridate it, bottle it up & sell it for max profits that they do not pay their fair share of taxes on. The current Chairman and former CEO of Nestlé, the largest producer of food products in the world, believes that the answer to global water issues is privatization. This statement is on record from the wonderful company that has peddled junk food in the Amazon, has invested money to thwart the labeling of GMO-filled products, has a disturbing health and ethics record for its infant formula, and has deployed a cyber army to monitor Internet criticism and shape discussions in social media. This is apparently the company we should trust to manage our water, despite the record of large bottling companies like Nestlé having a track record of creating shortages: Large multinational beverage companies are usually given water-well privileges (and even tax breaks) over citizens because they create jobs, which is apparently more important to the local governments than water rights to other taxpaying citizens. These companies such as Coca Cola and Nestlé (which bottles suburban Michigan well-water and calls it Poland Spring) suck up millions of gallons of water, leaving the public to suffer with any shortages. But Chairman, Peter Brabeck-Letmathe, believes that “access to water is not a public right.” Nor is it a human right. So if privatization is the answer, is this the company in which the public should place its trust? Here is just one example, among many, of his company’s concern for the public thus far: In the small Pakistani community of Bhati Dilwan, a former village councilor says children are being sickened by filthy water. Who’s to blame? He says it’s bottled water-maker Nestlé, which dug a deep well that is depriving locals of potable water. “The water is not only very dirty, but the water level sank from 100 to 300 to 400 feet,” Dilwan says. Why? Because if the community had fresh water piped in, it would deprive Nestlé of its lucrative market in water bottled under the Pure Life brand. #BoycottNestle #WaterPrivatization #PeterBrabeck
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