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Dunes Sagebrush Lizard - WildearthGuardians
Question of the Day:
Drill Oil and Save Jobs or Save the Sagebrush Lizard?
Can you believe that there are multiple meetings taking place in New Mexico and West Texas over the Sceloporus arenicolus better known as the Dunes Sagebrush Lizard? I say the lizards are known, but in reality they are only known to those people who deal with reptiles, such as zoo keepers, and those who might have a specialized degree that includes the study of lizards, a few environmental groups, the EPA, and U.S. Department of Fish and Wildlife. Yet we are all now going to learn about the habitats of these small brown, 2 1/2 inch creatures, and how giving them their right to life is going to affect the species called human beings.
Posted in Environment, Government Policies, Pending Legislation & Lawsuits
Tagged Cass Sunstein, Center for Biological Diversity, Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, Endangered Species Act, EPA, Jay Lininger, New Mexico, Obama, oil companies, oil fields, Permian Basin, Sagebrush lizard, sceloporus arenicolus, sninnery o aks, Texas, U.S. Department of Fish and Wildlife, West Texas
Posted by Newssleuth
by Liz Blaine 2010 February 12, David Horowitz’s Newsreal
CNET was the first to report on prospective tracking of American citizens using cell phone technology, but this week Barack Obama becomes the Dark Knight himself, seizing the opportunity to spy on every American through unfettered access to their cell phone records, physical locations and internet use.
In the movie the Dark Knight, Batman uses cell phone technology to spy on the citizens of Gotham, following their every move in his quest to locate his nemesis. On Friday, the Obama administration will argue in federal court for the right, without a court-ordered warrant, to gain access to cellular provider records documenting the time and location American citizens place cell phone calls. I know you’re thinking, “But what about my Constitutional rights against search and seizure?” Those rights will no longer exist. The Obama administration is advocating that,
Posted in National Policy, Pending Legislation & Lawsuits, Uncategorized
Tagged 4th Amendment, cell phones, cell towers, court case, court cases, Fourth Ammenent rights, Obama, privacy, search warrants, Texas, tracking, warrantless tracking