Southern California’s Deadliest Quake May Have Been Caused by Oil Drilling, Study Says

On a March evening in 1933, the Newport-Inglewood fault ruptured violently along the Huntington Beach coast. The quake brought down scores of buildings from Santa Ana to Compton, with Long Beach hit particularly hard. The Long Beach quake, the deadliest in Southern California history, focused attention like never before on the seismic dangers the region faces.… Continue reading Southern California’s Deadliest Quake May Have Been Caused by Oil Drilling, Study Says

The Story of Blue Ridge Springs Orchard v. Government Corruption: Petition for Rehearing Denied

The Petition below to the Federal Circuit Court of Appeals was Denied by Chief Justice Sharon Prost, and two new kids Judge Chen and Judge Stoll. See the Court order 13-petition-denied. Below is the petition as submitted and denied. Note: The Court has dismissed this case for failure to state a claim. No request, in this… Continue reading The Story of Blue Ridge Springs Orchard v. Government Corruption: Petition for Rehearing Denied

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The Story of Blue Ridge Springs Orchard v. Government Corruption: Judging the Judges of a Judge

You should be paying attention. What’s presented in the Court of Appeals Federal District Case 16-1889 , is a case before the second highest court in America, where the questions are; whether the Federal Government is liable for criminal acts of a Federal Judge who’s violated a legislative promise to the American people to hold… Continue reading The Story of Blue Ridge Springs Orchard v. Government Corruption: Judging the Judges of a Judge

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The Story of Blue Ridge Springs Orchard v. Government Corruption: Letter to Judge Robert J. Conrad August 29, 2016

Christopher B. Julian 474 Orchard View Drive Ararat Virginia, 24053 980-254-1295 Christopher.b.julian@gmail.com Pro Se   Plaintiffs UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE WESTERN DISTRICT OF NORTH CAROLINA Christopher B. And Renee G. Julian Plaintiffs(s), V, Bank Of America N.A. Et Al   ))   Case Number: 3:16-CV-173Letter to the Honorable Judge Robert J. Conrad Requesting the… Continue reading The Story of Blue Ridge Springs Orchard v. Government Corruption: Letter to Judge Robert J. Conrad August 29, 2016

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Can Counties Fix Rural America’s Endless Recession?

A blower arches several stories into the sky, spraying enough wood chips to form a small mountain. It’s part of the Georgia-Pacific paper mill in the small Oregon town of Toledo, a hundred miles southwest of Portland. The plant processes wood chips and recycled materials into 2,500 tons of cardboard every day. About 400 people… Continue reading Can Counties Fix Rural America’s Endless Recession?

The Story of Blue Ridge Springs Orchard v. Government Corruption: Wanted Collateralized Real Estate Loan. 2 To 1 Collateral

4 Years of legal battles with the Federal Government over Dodd Frank and the denial of a Farm Loan because my house was not modest in size cost and design, leaves me unable to obtain a mortgage. The Death of my mother leaves me with her residence and her loan debt. I’m seeking private funding… Continue reading The Story of Blue Ridge Springs Orchard v. Government Corruption: Wanted Collateralized Real Estate Loan. 2 To 1 Collateral

The Story of Blue Ridge Springs Orchard v. Government Corruption: Federal Court Opinion Balances Scales of Justice With Lies

Below is the expressed Opinion of the Federal Court of Appeals Federal District. It proclaims to be the  Opinion of Federal appellate Judges including that of Chief Justice of the Federal Circuit Court of Appeals Sharon Prost. I have critiqued this opinion with my own statements like this in red.  A linked Copy of the… Continue reading The Story of Blue Ridge Springs Orchard v. Government Corruption: Federal Court Opinion Balances Scales of Justice With Lies

Why Walmart Matters to 21st Century Working-Class Struggle

In chapter three of Necessary Trouble, Sarah Jaffe covers the struggles of Walmart workers fighting for better pay, conditions and rights at work. This excerpt addresses the historical context for that struggle. The image conjured by the term “working class” in the United States has been one of mostly white men toiling in a factory, wearing… Continue reading Why Walmart Matters to 21st Century Working-Class Struggle

Is White Rage Driving Our Racial Divide?

By Pamela Newkirk June 22, 2016 Pamela Newkirk is a professor of journalism at New York University and the author of “Spectacle: The Astonishing Life of Ota Benga.” The virulent backlash against President Obama’s 2008 election set the stage for this year’s presidential campaign, in which Muslims, Mexicans and other marginalized groups have been explicitly maligned. While Obama’s… Continue reading Is White Rage Driving Our Racial Divide?