Exxon Valdez Documentary

Activism, Administrative Procedures Act, Affordable Care Act, Big oil, Big pharma, ConocoPhillips, Corruption, Dept. Of Energy, EPA, General Election, GlaxoSmithKline, Gov Jay Inslee, Job creation, Jobs, Kingpin Statute, Land Rights, Law, Legal Activist Working Group, Levees, Medicaid Fraud Control Unit, Medicare, Medicine, National Environmental Policy Act, Native Tribal, New legislation, Obamacare, Occupy Seattle, Ogallala Aquifer, Patient abuse, Pfizer, Politics, Premeditated murder, Public Citizen watchdog group, Public Citizen’s Health Research Group, Tar Sands, Tax havens, Taxes, TransCanada, Treason, Tritium, U.S. Court of Appeals, Universal Health Coverage, University of Washington Medical, Veteran abuse, Waste Treatment Plant (WTP)

Exxon Valdez Oil Spill – In Pictures

Activism, Alaska, Bees, Butterflies, California, California Medical Association, Cancer, Congenital Heart Defects-CHD, ConocoPhillips, Corruption, Cowboy Indian Alliance, Keystone XL pipeline, Kingpin Statute, Land Rights, Law, PTSD, Public Citizen watchdog group, Public Citizen’s Health Research Group, Public Health Hazard, Tar Sands, Tax havens, Taxes, TransCanada, Treason, U.S. Court of Appeals, United States, Universal Health Coverage, Washington State hospitals


On 24 March, 1989 an oil tanker ran aground in the pristine waters of Prince William Sound in the Gulf of Alaska, dumping 11 million gallons of crude oil. The spillage affected 11,000 square miles of sea, killing thousands of marine mammals and sea birds, and had a devastating impact across the 1,300-mile of shoreline. Twenty-five years on it remains one of the worst environmental disasters of all time

Cheri Honkala- Broke & Blogging

Activism, Affordable Care Act, Anti-corruption, Banking laws, Banks, Cheri Honkala, Child patients, Choctaw Nation, Citizen abuse, Class action civil lawsuit, Compassionate care, Corruption, Cowboy Indian Alliance, Economy, Education, Entrapment, Federal Trade Commission, Finmeccanica North America, Flange Saintee Sioux, Fraud, Invasion of privacy, IRS, Job creation, Jobs, Law, Legal Activist Working Group, Lydia Schaeffer, Marijuana, Medical, Native Indigenous, Native Tribal, Obamacare, Oklahoma, Patient abuse, Police, Politics, Poverty, Premeditated murder, President Obama, PTSD, Public Citizen watchdog group, Recession, Redbud Sioux Tribe, Sally Schaeffer, South Dakota, Spiritual Use, Tax havens, Taxes, Total Legalization, Treason, United States, Universal Health Coverage, Veteran abuse, Veterans, Voting, War, Washington, XL Dissent, Yankton Sioux Tribe, Yucca Mountain


From Cheri Honkala: Green Party Vice Presidential Nominee – Poor Peoples Advocate

cheri honkala philly

Why have I decided to create a blog?

After many sleepless nights and tears in the shower, I have come to understand that one of the most important things that I can contribute to the elimination of poverty and homelessness is to put a light on these inhumane conditions. There are too many people receiving profits from the every-day lives of the impoverished people in this country who continue to remain invisible. So one of the best things that I can do is to speak loud, daily and often.

In this blog, I hope to convey how much we need you in this movement. My goal is to show the reality of the inhumane horrors families have to endure daily through my words, videos, and pictures. You will not hear about these things on CNN or even through many so-called “progressive” organizations’ blogs and social media campaigns.

I have to be careful because I want to stay alive and out of prison yet I will continue to push the envelope to talk about not only poverty, but the politics of hunger and homelessness in America.

The reason I am charging money for this blog is to raise funds for the Poor People’s Economic Human Rights Campaign.  This will allow us to raise some independent money separate of our oppressors that continue to fund the non-profit industrial complex (charities controlled by corporations). To my poor friends out there, of course I will give you complete access if you send me an email at cherihonkalappehrc@gmail.com

“There are millions of poor people in this country who have very little, or even nothing, to lose. If they can be helped to take action together, they will do so with the freedom and a power that will be a new and unsettling force in our complacent national life” – Martin Luther King Jr.