Dear WPN Friends
I've been considering posting thoughts and links to petitions on WPN network, just to let people know about some action items and get people involved in just a small way.
1. You can read about the topic
2. You can click to add your vote
3. You can write a comment to voice your opinion
4. You can share with friends via email, social networks or blogs
5. You can meet other like minded individuals
6. You can write a letter to the editor of a newspaper
7. You can talk about the subject at the dinner table
8. You can call up a contact and find out if further actions are happening
9. You can speak with a public representative
10. You can contact the industry involved if that corresponds to the issue
11. You can wear a button or bumper sticker to show your support
You may have guessed by now that I'm pretty concerned about the rights and welfare of people here and abroad; and extremely concerned about our environment and health. Those areas cover our basics for creating a more joyful and harmonious life.
I would love to hear from you if you think this idea of posting petitions on WPN will benefit the community.
Stop protecting polluters and start protecting North Carolina's people
On February 3, 2014 a Duke Energy coal ash pond ruptured—spilling more than 80,000 tons of coal ash into North Carolina’s Dan River. That’s enough toxic sludge to fill 73 Olympic-sized pools.
In the past year, three Clean Water Act lawsuits were filed against Duke Energy—and each time, the North Carolina Department of the Environment and Natural Resources blocked any federal enforcement by intervening to craft a toothless “settlement.”
In Bed With The Enemy
It’s no wonder. North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory worked at Duke Energy for 28 years.
Sign this MoveOn.org petition to Gov. McCrory: Stop protecting polluters and poisoning your own people. Allow the federal authorities to do their job enforcing the Clean Water Act.
That's why I signed a petition to Governor Pat McCrory.
Will you sign this petition? Click here:
Health Freedom Advocate, Homeopathic Educator, Radio Show Host