Progressive Democrat Newsletter 299
Not much else I have been paying attention to other than work, but updating stuff below.
Here is this week's newsletter:
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
Top Ten Tax Dodging Companies
A repost from some time ago, but I think worth reminding people of: Book Review: "Dream in Color", by Loretta and Linda Sanchez
In the aftermath of Hurricane Irene, people have to be aware of a health problem that will follow this kind of disaster that is easy for you to address in your home: mold and mildew growth due to moisture. Mold and mildew are major factors in allergy, asthma and other respiratory disorders, and it is certain that mold and mildew will follow the leaks, flooding and dampness left in the wake of the hurricane. Go here to learn how to deal with mold and mildew in your home BEFORE it gets hold.
Republican Eric Cantor to East Coast: DROP DEAD!...tell irresponsible Eric Cantor to drop dead by supporting his opponent.
EXTREMELY IMPORTANT: Cutting NOAA funding will affect future Forcasting abilities...Republicans just want to cut everything, even if it costs American lives and property.
Raising taxes on the wealthy does not slow the economy
Bin Laden Successor Killed...more here: Top al-Qaeda man killed, says US
President Obama's Massive Foreign Policy Successes
Worldwatch report focuses on China's green future...The Worldwatch Institute used to be one of my favorite organizations. I'd kind of forgotten about them until they started posting on DKos.
Can't resist, of course...
STATE AND LOCAL PAGES:
NEW YORK FOCUS
"I don't understand why NYC Democrats aren't willing to fight a Tea Party candidate in their back yard."
Gowanus Canal After the Storm
Virginia Focus: E. Wayne Powell for Congress
NEW JERSEY FOCUS
LET'S KEEP THE FIGHT GOING IN WISCONSIN: Below are some local Dem organizations in Wisconsin. Help them out!
Democratic Party of Milwaukee County:
Our general membership meetings are held at 7 p.m. on the fourth Monday of most months. Check our calendar for exact dates. We meet in the Hall of Fame Room of the Pettit National Ice Center at Wisconsin State Fair Park, 500 S. 84th Street. We look forward to seeing you there.
Oconomowoc Dems Breakfast
First Saturday of each month, 10am – 11am
The Depot/Maxims Restaurant, Hwy 67 and Main St., Oconomowoc
Winnebago Dems Monthly Meeting
Second Wednesday of every month, August 10, 7:00pm – 8:30pm
Delta Restaurant - 515 N Sawyer St, Oshkosh, WI
Winnebago County Democratic Party Unity Breakfast
Last Friday of Each Month, 7:00am – 8:30am
B J Clancy's Restaurant - 3341 S Oneida St - Appleton, WI 54915
Click here to find out more about the Winnebego County, Wisconsin Democratic Party
Waukesha County Democratic Party
Monthly meetings held every 3rd Thursday of the month, except in July
Waukesha Labor Temple.
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Ozaukee County Democrats
The Ozaukee County Democrats will be holding monthly meetings on the 3rd Wednesday of every month at 7pm on the lower level of the the Cedarburg City Hall.
WASHINGTON STATE FOCUS
Washington State Focus: Green Tags for Renewable Energy
NORTH CAROLINA FOCUS
SOUTH CAROLINA FOCUS
Iowa Focus: Sustainable Agriculture Events