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Tuesday, April 9, 2013

Whether it is fighting against guns or for the envionment, the bottom line is still the same--How many Lives Can Be Saved??

Woman killed by 4-year-old in Tennessee cookout

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(CNN) -- A pistol in the hands of a 4-year-old boy went off during a weekend cookout, killing the wife of a Tennessee sheriff's deputy who was showing his guns to a relative, state police said Monday.
No one saw the boy pick up the weapon before the shooting, which occurred Saturday night in Lebanon, east of Nashville, Tennessee Bureau of Investigation spokeswoman Kristin Helm said. The single shot killed 47-year-old Josephine Fanning, the wife of Wilson County Sheriff's Deputy Daniel Fanning....READ MORE!

And Yet There are some people who believe that arming teachers and bringing guns to schools is the solution to gun violence.  As If--As If an elementary student would touch only their parents guns and not their teachers guns, if given a chance.

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Speaking of Problems in search of Solutions--There is Still>>>
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Arkansas Spill: Another Red Flag Exposing the Dangers of the Keystone XL Pipeline

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Keystone XL would bring nearly ten times as much tar sands crude as the Pegasus pipeline through American communities and waters. It is not in our nation’s best interest to...Read More and Do More--The Keystone XL Pipeline Must Be Stopped!!!!

After all, There Is>>>



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In 2012, new wind power capacity outpaced coal and natural gas for the first time, a success made possible in part by 29 states and the District of Columbia, which require power companies to generate a certain amount of electricity from renewable sources like the wind and sun. These states are demonstrating that we can transition away from dirty, coal-burning power plants toward cleaner sources of electricity while maintaining a reliable and affordable electricity system. This progress threatens the fossil-fuel industry, and they're fighting back. That's why we need you to contact your elected officials now. Tell them you not only support your community's existing renewable energy standard, but you want the standard increased, moving us more quickly to a clean energy future!