Summer Driving Season, Reconsidered.

Originally posted on 24-6.org:
We Need to Keep Fossil Fuels Buried in the Paleozoic Ground.  Memorial Day Weekend, otherwise known as the start of the Summer Driving Season, commodity speculators and fossil fuel industry executives will be eager to see how prepared drivers will be to incinerate the oil and gas inventory currently flooding…

GPT legal threats foster bottleneck of government-to-government relationship with Lummi Nation

Originally posted on COAL STOP:
https://www.google.com/search?q=insidious+define&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8 July 26, 2016  Dena Jensen Guess, what?  The processing of the GPT permit by Whatcom County has led, not only to a choking of due process for the public regarding Comprehensive Plan update issues that pertain to Cherry Point Industry, but also to a formidable restriction of the government-to-government…

5,000 Mile Tribal Journey to Oppose Expanding Fossil Fuel Exports from West Coast / Press Release, Our Shared Responsibility: A Totem Pole Journey — noisy waters northwest

13 hrs August 6, 2016 Media Contact, Paul Anderson lummitotempolejourney@gmail.com FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE August 2016 Bellingham (WA) On August 23 the House of Tears Carvers of the Lummi Nation will begin a 5,000-mile trip across the western United States and Canada with a 22-foot long totem pole to bring attention to proposed fossil fuel terminals, […]…

No Country for Bold Women* —

***PLEASE SIGN THIS STATEMENT HERE.*** We, the undersigned, condemn the murder of Qandeel Baloch by her brother, Waseem, and demand that the government put the alleged killer on trial. Qandeel, born Fouzia Azeem, was a rebel, an artist, and a gutsy feminist provocateur. Her sensual social media videos cajoling, mocking and subtly lampooning male politicians, […]…