By Christopher Mathias Comedian and former cab driver Jimmy Failla has a new book coming out. To promote said book, he picked up a bunch of hapless New Yorkers, and then filmed their horrified reactions when a snake handler in the front seat, obscured from […]
By Steve Horn Cross-Posted from DeSmogBlog The recent March 6 House Energy & Commerce Subcommittee on Energy and Power hearing titled “Benefits of and Challenges to Energy Access in the 21st Century: Fuel Supply and Infrastructure” never had over 100 online viewers watching the livestream […]
By James Gerken
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama is fulfilling a State of the Union pledge to preserve more federal lands by adding more California coastline to a national monument.
Obama on Tuesday signed a proclamation permanently protecting some 1,665 acres in Northern California’s Mendocino County, just north of Point Arena. He says he wants to make sure the land is cherished and preserved for future generations. The action expands the California Coastal National Monument that President Bill Clinton created in 2000. The protected area includes coastal bluffs and shelves, tide pools, onshore sand dunes, coastal prairies, riverbanks and the mouth and estuary …read more
Source: Huffington Post Green