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The American flag is a treasured symbol of the USA, and there are rules for handling, displaying and disposing of flags. The United States Code says the flag should only be flown upside down to signal "dire distress in instances of extreme danger to life or property.


EPA Tramples 800 Years of Recognized Rights

The EPA's Green Tyranny

The EPA's Attempt to Seize Western Water

Rand Paul Takes On EPA Government Bullies

The Environmental Protection Agency harasses, abuses, fines and imprisons Americans like Mike and Chantell Sackett and John Pozsgai at an alarmingly increasing rate. These families represent just two of the horror stories told in Sen. Rand Paul's new book "Government Bullies: How Everyday Americans Are Being Harassed, Abused, and Imprisoned by the Feds." Available at http://amzn.to/M6tw2

EPA Announces New Clean Water Rules - Critics Call It A 'Power Grab'

EPA's Regulatory Overreach

Water War: EPA unveils enhanced regulations May 2015

BREAKING! The FEDS Just Took Over All Waterways In America!!

Why farmers are concerned about EPA’s new rules on protected water

The EPA’s Clean Water Rule Called Out As Federal Overreach-News Brief

Recently we demanded Home Depot stop selling formaldehyde contaminated wood flooring products ...and they did! Now we need to stop them from selling these deadly neoniconoids contaminated plants.
Do not, I repeat, do not buy plants treated with neoniconoids. Bees take the pollen back to the hive and feed it to the brood.

This is the number one cause of colony collapse!
Neonicotinoid residues are found in pollen and nectar consumed by pollinators such as bees and butterflies. The residues can reach lethal concentrations in some situations.
Neonicotinoids can persist in soil for months or years after a single application. Measurable amounts of residues were found in woody plants up to six years after application.
Untreated plants may absorb chemical residues left over in the soil from the previous year.
Products approved for homeowners to use in gardens, lawns, and on ornamental trees have manufacturer-recommended application rates up to 120 times higher than rates approved for agricultural crops.
While there is no direct link demonstrated between neonicotinoids and the honey bee syndrome known as Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD). However, recent research suggests that neonicotinoids may make honey bees more susceptible to parasites and pathogens, including the intestinal parasite Nosema, which has been implicated as one causative factor in CCD.
Many neonicotinoid pesticides that are sold to homeowners for use on lawns and gardens do not have any mention of the risks of these products to bees, and the label guidance for products used in agriculture is not always clear or consistent.