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Ohio Tops List of Most Toxic States

According to the NRDC, here are the 20 most toxic states, from worst to best: OhioPennsylvania FloridaKentuckyMarylandIndianaMichiganWest VirginiaGeorgiaNorth Carolina

Ohio, Pennsylvania and Florida are the states with the most toxic air pollution from coal and oil power plants, according to a new report by an environmental advocacy group. The Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) used Environmental Protection Agencydata to rank the top 20 worst states for air pollution from power plants. According to the report, half of all air pollution from industrial sources in theUnited

Black Gangs Once Again Attacking Whites Leaving Downtown Denver Restaurants, Bars, Police Say

DENVER — Police are trying to identify a gang of men who are beating couples with baseball bats and robbing them in downtown Denver.  Denver police spokesman Sonny Jackson said there have been two attacks, each involving the robbery of a couple leaving restaurants or bars at closing time.  Just before 2 a.m. on July 16, a couple was walking home from a restaurant-bar near East 10th Avenue and Pennsylvania Street when they were surrounded by a group of men, according to a police report.

Two men wielding baseball bats hit the man and woman in the head, “causing major bruising and swelling,” the report said. Then a robber grabbed the woman’s purse.  The man and woman were transported to Denver Health Medical Center for treatment, police said.

I Hate You F—ing White People,’ Woman Shouts At Victim POSTED: 4:28 pm MST December 4, 2009

DENVER — Black gangs roaming downtown Denver often vented their hatred for white victims before assaulting and robbing them during a four-month crime wave, acc…

‘Look UN, The Piggy Bank Is Broke!’ Where are you going to go when there is no more?

‘Look UN, The Piggy Bank Is Broke!’ Where are you going to go when there is no more?
In The USA  And European Countries Your Asking  To Give Money In Case You Haven’t Noticed We Have Many Of The Same Issues:  War, Drought, Hunger, and Financial  Issues Of Our Own!  shera~

NAIROBI, Kenya – Parts of southern Somalia are suffering from famine, a U.N. official said Wednesday, and tens of thousands of Somalis have already died in the worst hunger emergency in a generation. The Horn of Africa is suffering a devastating drought compounded by war, neglect and spiraling prices. Some areas in the region have not had such a low rainfall in 60 years, aid group Oxfam said. “Desperate” Somalia famine puts 11M at risk
The U.N. needs $300 million in the next two months, said Mark Bowden, the U.N.’s top official in charge of humanitarian aid in Somalia. The last time conditions were this bad was in 1992, when hundreds of thousands of Somalis starved to death. That famine prompted intervention by an interna…

'My Name is Earl', Look alike Charged with 2 Counts of Animal Cruelty in Bestiality Case as it is not illegal in the state of Ohio

ANIMAL WELFARE/TAKE ACTION/VIDEO) OHIO — An Ohio man is accused of sexually assaulting a female dog whom he recently adopted from a shelter along with two other dogs and possibly even a horse. Bestiality is not illegal in the state of Ohio, so the man is charged with only two misdemeanor counts of animal cruelty. While this man obviously needs psychiatric care of some sort,  so do most sexual predators of the human kind. Nothing takes advantage of an animal’s innocence more than this crime, so let’s treat it like a real crime.

This case inspired a petition to protect animals by making bestiality a felony in Ohio. The petition needs signatures, so please sign it and spread the word! —Global Animal

Peter Bower of Shelby, Ohio, was arrested on May 18th, 2011, and charged with two counts of animal cruelty after allegations that he had sex with three companion dogs and possibly a horse owned by a local equestrian center. KAIT 8 News reported that during a police search of his home, photos of…

Glenn Beck Visits Knesset

Help! Please Bring Me Home, New Campaign Launches in Search for Nursing Student Holly Bobo

Help! Please Bring Me Home, New Campaign Launches in Search for Nursing Student Holly Bobo

PARSONS, TN – Wednesday, July 13, 2011, marks three months since West Tennessee nursing student, Holly Bobo, was seen being led away from her family’s home in Darden. Friends and family are expanding their search, taking the hunt for Holly across the nation.

A new campaign, launched this week, will help them do just that. Decals are being placed on the back of trucks that travel around the country. The stickers have a new picture of Holly and read “Help! Please bring me home!”

The first trucking company to place the decals on their trailers is C&P Leasing, which is located in Parsons. A friend of Holly’s family came up with the idea. Others are paying for the signs to be donated to more trucking companies. “I will be taking them myself,” says family friend D-Lynn Burton, ”and placing them to make sure they are going on big trucks that actually travel as far as I can get someone to travel.” “That …

And You Thought Poison Ivy, Oak Was Bad! Danger and Beware Do Not Touch The 'HOG WEED"

Hogweed - Flower of the Cold War
Who’d have guessed that a relative of carrot and Queen Anne’s lace could sterilize goats and scar the faces of children? This season’s floral horror tale may be found in E.O. Torriero’s fine article aboutHeracleum mantegazzianum, a.k.a. Giant Hogweed. With blooms big around as doilies and stems stout at sewer pipes, the plants grow to be 15 feet tall. Acquisitive gardeners of a century ago are to be forgiven their eagerness to bring this flowering giant back home, but in doing so they opened a Pandora’s box of lacerating problems.

Silje Frøysaa from Kristiansand, Norway was working in her garden last year when she noticed an exceptionally large weed making its way into her neatly hoed rows. Going to work on the plant with one of her garden tools, she pulled it out of her garden, threw it into the woods and didn't think much about it. Within two days she had second degree burns on both of her arms. She went to a dermatologist who told her the plant …