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One Out Of Ninety Thousand Demands Worldwide Takeover Of Fukushima!

The Green Party wants to create an international takeover of Japanese territory even though the plan lacks the support of 7 billion, 139 million, 329 thousand people across the globe. [...]

Bob Dold Sacrifices American Jobs For Foreign Fake Drugs

Bob Dold’s bills, H.R. 5357 and H.R. 5358, will give a special exemption from import fees for two placebos that will be used only by a corporation called Astellas, in clinical trials to required to give two of its pharmaceuticals access to U.S. markets. [...]

Sea Shepherd Confronts Whaling Crimes in Antarctic Waters Again this Year

The Steve Irwin, a Sea Shepherd boat, has tracked down Japanese whaling ships, and is getting ready to do stop the hunt. [...]

Drill Baby Drill for Japan?

Sarah Palin’s plan to American energy overseas during an energy crisis is reminiscent of the the shipments of food from Irish farms over to England during the Potato Famine. [...]

Learn About Sea Shepherd From The Source

Sea Shepherd’s mission is to protect the environmental integrity through “innovative direct-action tactics to investigate, document, and take action when necessary to expose and confront illegal activities on the high seas.” They regard the Japanese whale hunt as illegal, and so have sent their new ship, the Steve Irwin, named after the deceased Australian of Crocodile Hunter fame to the Antarctic to harass Japanese ships trying to hunt whales. Two protesters from Sea Shepherd boarded a whaling ship, the Yushin Maru, and were held prisoner there, with plans to transport them to Japan to face charges of piracy. [...]