NEW NEIGHBOR PRINCIPLE: HAVE ANY MASSIVE EXPLOSIVES ON HAND?

July 9, 2014  By Jack Jodell.

BURR DEMINGIn association with the excellent blogsite Fair and Unbalanced.com, I am happy to present the creator of that site,  BURR DEMING’s, latest podcast below, (Burr is pictured at left).  Click on the link at bottom and hear Burr’s fabulous take on an obscure Texas law regarding possession of explosives. Burr writes: “Greg Abbott is not just the Republican candidate for governor. He is also the Attorney General of Texas. He ordered state agencies, including the State Health Services Department to no longer release any information on vast amounts of chemicals corporate neighbors are storing, including explosives.

Attorney General Abbott came up with what you might call the New Neighbor Principle. Residents can drive around a neighborhood, knocking on the doors of friendly business owners, and simply ask what hazardous substances, including chemicals and explosives, they store. 

A Texas law requires companies to furnish information about certain hazardous substances. But there is a twist.”

http://fairandunbalanced.podomatic.com/entry/2014-07-08T20_25_55-07_00

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About jackjodell53

I am an American Dissident trapped in a country where poor and middle class people are constantly being exploited and lied to by a very rigid and conservative plutocratic elite. I believe in government OF, FOR, and BY the people, not one controlled as it now is by corporations and special interests.
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