Monthly Archives: April 2012

Legacy of Chernobyl (and Fukushima?)

I have a Japanese friend who follows the worldwide news about the ongoing Fukushima Disaster. Yeah – ongoing. If you’re dependent on US news broadcasts, you probably don’t know much about it. Heck, the Japanese aren’t being told much about it. She posts multiple news reports daily to FB. My friend also studies the related stories from around the world. Like radioactivity in VT cows from Fukushima, and this photo essay about Chernobyl.

If we were shown the truth about the long lasting effects of these disasters,

about war,

about industrial products…

would we change them?    Read more

TSA Agents at Wichita Airport Terrorize 4 Year Old Girl

Written by Tim Potter for The Wichita Eagle

A TSA officer signals an airline passenger forward at a security checkpoint. (photo: Elaine Thompson/AP)

Michelle Brademeyer says Transportation Security Administration officers at Wichita’s airport treated her 4-year-old daughter like a terrorist.

The TSA says its officers followed proper procedures, and the agency denies part of Brademeyer’s version of what happened around noon April 15 at Wichita Mid-Continent Airport.
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