Brightline Fatalities: A Letter to FDOT Secretary Chao.

VIA CERTIFIED MAIL March 4, 2020 Secretary Elaine Chao, Secretary United States Department of Transportation 1200 New Jersey Avenue SE Washington, DC 20590   RE: BRIGHTLINE FATALITIES Dear Secretary Chao: While this is in regard to one specific railroad fatality on the Brightline higher speed rail system, it also concerns other Brightline fatalities and the … Continue reading Brightline Fatalities: A Letter to FDOT Secretary Chao.

Indian River County et al., v. United States Department of Transportation, et al.

Indian River County Attorney Dylan Reingold MEMORANDUM TO:        Board of County Commissioners FROM:  Dylan Reingold, County Attorney DATE:   February 11, 2020 Indian River County et al., v. United States Department of Transportation, et al. BACKGROUND. On March 17, 2015, the Indian River County Board of County Commissioners (the “Board”) authorized the … Continue reading Indian River County et al., v. United States Department of Transportation, et al.

“How We See Disinformation.” A New Reuters/Ipos Poll.

         A new poll for the Columbia Journalism Review found "The American Landscape has been infiltrated by disinformation." This public opinion poll was conducted by Reuters/Ipsos between September 20 - 23, 2019 in English, throughout the United States.  It gathered responses from 1,115 adults and has a credibility interval, a measure of … Continue reading “How We See Disinformation.” A New Reuters/Ipos Poll.

San Francisco Examiner Publishes Letter to Vero Beach, FL Mayor Val Zudans, “Who Trashed our Fine City of San Francisco.”

As published in the San Francisco Examiner on September 11, 2019 by columnist Stuart Schuffman. "I’m in a Facebook group called San Francisco Current Events. It’s exactly what it sounds like; people share all kinds of newsworthy things going on in SF and the Bay Area. The other day I checked it out and found … Continue reading San Francisco Examiner Publishes Letter to Vero Beach, FL Mayor Val Zudans, “Who Trashed our Fine City of San Francisco.”

The National Press Club Offered to Help a Newspaper in the Bahamas. Here’s the Response.

September 8, 2019 | By Alison Fitzgerald Kodjak | president@press.org The National Press Club asked our colleagues in the Bahamas how we can help them to continue reporting the news in the aftermath of Dorian. This was the response from Eugene Duffy, managing editor of the Tribune in Nassau:   "Many thanks for your very … Continue reading The National Press Club Offered to Help a Newspaper in the Bahamas. Here’s the Response.

4G/5G Antenna Densification is Escalating Health Risks – a Global Crisis

U.N. Environment Programme Urged to Protect Nature and Humankind from Electromagnetic Fields (EMF)   New York, NY, July 22, 2019. The Advisors to the International EMF Scientist Appeal, representing 248 scientists from 42 nations, have resubmitted The Appeal to the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) Executive Director, Inger Andersen, requesting the UNEP reassess the potential biological impacts of … Continue reading 4G/5G Antenna Densification is Escalating Health Risks – a Global Crisis

To All Who Care Deeply About Humanity, Wildlife, the Earth, and Our Collective Future:

"Dear Friends, I don’t have to tell you about how dangerous 5G wireless technology is. 5G threatens everyone in its path with intense, harmful wireless radiation 24 hours a day, seven days a week with no way to turn it off. To help us in this fight, some colleagues of ours have coined a name … Continue reading To All Who Care Deeply About Humanity, Wildlife, the Earth, and Our Collective Future: