Raw Milk Controversy in Wisconsin
Washington State is giving away $1 million dollars
Home of the Indian Lottery
The US Department of Energy and Washington State Department of Commerce have so much cash they are are teaming up to pay you to dispose of your energy & water hog appliances to Save the Planet and stimulate the economy at the same time.
If these two agencies have so much cash to give away maybe they should consider dumping all those energy/carbon taxes they are considering and give legal Americans a real tax cut?
10 Minute Citizen:Â Strapped for cash and considering this program?Â Think about that energy efficient toilet that never really flushes.Â That will cure you.
Richard Donaldson is a man with a mission and he is mad.Â He is a farmer who is tired of intrusive and gold-digging regulations so he is running for the Director of Agriculture in the fine State of Texas.
Y’all know the dangers of the National Animal Identification SystemÂ (NAIS)!Â You are are hammered by the bankster-gate fiat money?Â Your land is taking a hit from Agenda 21?Â Are you depressed at the suicidal direction agricultural policy is taking?
Act NOW!Â You can support a farmer who has had enough.Â What is Richard Donaldson’s platform? In his own words: Continue reading
Bringing Agriculture Command & Control down to the local level.
Click here to find out if your state participates as an Ag-Pig Collaborator:Â http://www.agpartnership.org/default.asp
Call it what you will…NAU, SPP, Tri-National Accord..it is the merging and regionalization of the Republic of the United States, Canada, and Mexico.
February 04, 2010 12:00AMÂ Â -Â Â February 08, 2010 12:00AM
10 Minute Citizen:Â NASDA is your state Department of Agriculture.Â They have joined together to form an Association that represents us.Â Call your state Representatives, Senators, and Congressmen and women and tell them NO to regionalization.Â Be polite as they are very nervous these days and you don’t want to the *t* list.
From the trenches….
Contact Information Registration is Voluntary in Washington State.
For more information, e-mail or call (360) 725-5493
NoNAISWA will help the WSDA remember that in addition to tracing (surveillance) of diseased and (disease-free) animals they use voluntary personal information for purposes of:
With the upcoming planned flu event this is important to remember.Â WSDA no longer is locally controlled.Â They are in process of, and have adopted, the Terrestrial Animal Health Code created by the FAO/OIE/UN.
From the trenches,
Hat Tip:Â Gisela
Y’all know about Washington but did you know about Montana?
Montana will decide today if she will go Voluntary (our preference) or Mandatory.Â Sounds like an old Clairol Hair Color commercial <how sad>.
Jack Owen of R-Calf testified before ther Montana House Agriculture Committee in SUPPORT for HB 592 which is similar to our Washington HB 2086 and the South Dakota Voluntary NAIS legislation. Continue reading
The >>>federal squeeze<<< is on to kill Voluntary NAIS in Washington State.Â Agency heavy hitters and their government PAID contractors are busy this morning.Â The Department of Ecology, the USDA and APHIS, FDA, and the Performance Systems International located in (you guessed it) Washington DC all are burning the phone and computer lines attempting to deceive your Washington Legislator’s into a Mandatory NAIS.
Your voice is more important than ever to support your local farmer and rancher bring your family local, delicious and nutritious, quality food products.
How do I support Voluntary NAIS?
When agriculture is free from unaccountable agency regulation we can bring you our very best.Â Thank you for taking time to support your local farmer and rancher by supporting voluntary NAIS.
Dear Agricultural Chairmen and Committee Members,
I want to thank you for your voluntary participation in the hearing of the proposed bills, Voluntary Participation in the National Animal Identification System (known as NAIS), and presented to you in the forms of HB 2086 and SB 5956 yesterday afternoon, 2/17/2009, at 1:30 PM PT in both the Senate and House Agricultural Committees. The issue of the National Animal Identification System is not new to you because it began implementation 6 years ago, costing Washingtonians thousands of dollars for a redundant system wanting to supplant programs that had already achieved success years ago.
For you who are members of the Agricultural Committees, two things were emphasized in yesterdayâ€™s hearings:
Protecting the health of people and animals in Washington State
Maintaining economic viability in a global economy
Unfortunately, it is my understanding that Dr. Eldridge and Mary Beth Lang provided these Agricultural Committees with some mis-information. Please allow me to clarify, and I apologize beforehand for a slightly technical document.
Currently the WSDA and Dr. Eldridge already have all the power, funding, resources, and guidelines needed to deal with any agricultural related emergency. The following are the resources Dr. Eldridge has at his disposal: Continue reading