Gas & Oil

National Grassroots Demonstration (NGD) - Home/DC Offices of Congress/Senate - May 1, 2008 or May 2, 2008

2008-05-01 11:00
2008-05-02 14:00
Etc/GMT-5

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WHY:

  • To solve serious USA problems of jobs exported/out-sourced, illegal immigration/drugs, terrorism, trade/budget deficits, credit card debt problems, etc.
  • To greatly reduce and stabilize gasoline prices (e.g. regular 87 octane close to $1.25 to $1.30 per gallon), utility bills, transportation/other energy costs.
  • To improve USA sovereignty and solve other related non-peaceful national and world problems.

WHEN: May 1st or 2nd - Between 11:00 am - 2:00 pm.

URGENT ISSUES: Emphasize the Following Urgent Issues; demand a prompt, written response and the following legislative actions:

  1. By 5/15/2008, pass legislation to eliminate the REAL ID Act of 2005, helping solve illegal immigration and keep Mexico's Trucking Companies from having any of their trucks coming beyond the current 2-25 mile limit into the U.S.A. where they exchange freight with U.S.A. trucks. President Bush should enact this legislation by 5/19/2008. By 5/28/2008, the U.S.A. Congress and President Bush should enact the Absolute Advantage Foreign Trade Policy (at least for Mexico) explained below in Urgent Issues 2 and 3.

National Grassroots Demonstration (NGD) - Home/DC Offices of Congress/Senate - Apr. 1, 2008 or Apr. 2, 2008

2008-04-01 11:00
2008-04-02 14:00
Etc/GMT-5

[Printable PDF]

WHY:

  • Greatly reduce and stabilize gasoline prices (e.g. regular 87 octane close to $1.30 - $1.40/gal), utility bills, transportation/other energy costs, food prices.
  • Also, improve USA sovereignty and solve other related national and world problems.

WHEN:
April 1 or 2, 2008 - between 11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

WHERE:
Every office in home states of all 100 Senators and 435 Representatives, or in their Washington D.C. offices.

WHO:

  • Representatives of groups/organizations (with 100 or more voters) should visit these Senators'/Representatives' offices in person.

HOW:
Demand a prompt written response to the following urgent issues by USA Congress and the following legislative actions:

  • UNCAP AND DRILL U.S.A. OIL WELLS: By 4/17/2008 US Senate, and by 4/18/2008, US House, should pass a bill providing a "price-support" (tax credits, etc.) of $25 to $30/barrel of oil and $4.00/1,000 cu. ft. of natural gas; and that adds incentives to increase U.S. oil refinery capacity. This would prevent OPEC monopoly (CARTEL) from dropping its prices below these price supports to stop or greatly reduce U.S. domestic oil/natural gas production, as it did at $10.00/barrel in 1998. President Bush should sign this bill by 4/21/2008, and it should require him to have his Departments of Interior, Agriculture, and Bureau of Land Management on 4/22/2008 to start proper increased leases for oil/natural gas production on most or all of Federal Lands in several western states (e.g. Montana, Wyoming, Utah, Colorado, and New Mexico) and other USA states, especially on Gull Island and other parts of Alaska's North Slope Petroleum Reserve separately west of Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR). One to three months after President Bush signs this bill, these actions should greatly start increasing our domestic oil/natural gas reproduction from private and federal the lands in these USA states and off-shore in Gulf of Mexico and USA West and Southeast Coast waters - ESPECIALLY from ALASKA'S LONG-CAPPED Gull Island Well. In a year or so. this should reduce our oil imports from 60% to 20% or so (most from Mexico) of our oil consumption, with NO IMPORTS from IRAQ MIDEAST/OPEC monopoly. Exports of Alaskan/Other USA oil and natural gas production should be prohibited.

National Grassroots Demonstration (NGD) - Home/DC Offices of Congress/Senate - Jan. 15, 2008 or Jan. 16, 2008

2008-01-15 11:00
2008-01-16 02:00
Etc/GMT-5

[Printable PDF]

WHY:

  • To solve serious USA problems of jobs exported/out-sourced, illegal immigration/drugs, terrorism, trade/budget deficits, credit card debt problems, etc.
  • To greatly reduce and stabilize gasoline prices (e.g. regular 87 octane close to $1.25 to $1.30 per gallon), utility bills, transportation/other energy costs.
  • To improve USA sovereignty and solve other related non-peaceful national and world problems.

WHEN: Jan. 15th or 16th - Between 11:00 am - 2:00 pm.

URGENT ISSUES: Emphasize the Following Urgent Issues; demand a prompt, written response and the following legislative actions:

  1. By 2/5/2008, pass legislation to eliminate the REAL ID Act of 2005, helping solve illegal immigration and keep Mexico's Trucking Companies from having any of their trucks coming beyond the current 2-25 mile limit into the U.S.A. where they exchange freight with U.S.A. trucks. President Bush should enact this legislation by 2/9/2008. By 2/15/2008, the U.S.A. Congress and President Bush should enact the Absolute Advantage Foreign Trade Policy (at least for Mexico) explained below in Urgent Issues 2 and 3.

Petition: KDHE: Request Hearing on Permit Application for Ethanex Ethanol Plant at Jeffrey Energy Center

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Kansas Department of Health and Environment
The Division of Environment
Bureau of Air and Radiation
1000 SW Jackson, Suite 310 - Topeka, KS 66612-1366
Phone: 785-296-1593 - Fax: 785-296-7455
http://www.kdheks.gov/bar/index.html

Terry Tavener. Air Quality Engineer
Phone: 785-296-1570 or 785-296-1581
Fax: 785-291-3953
EMail: ttavener@kdhe.state.ks.us

We (signed below) have several urgent concerns regarding the impact of the construction and operation of the Ethenex Ethanol Plant at Jeffrey Energy Center on the surrounding environment and residents and their property.

We therefore ask for a public hearing on the permit application for the proposed Ethenex Ethanol Plant at Jeffrey Energy Center to address these concerns and to make sure there is ample time for local residents to participate, even those with limited time in their busy work-schedule.

1. Concern for Impact on the Environment

2. Concern for Impact on Traffic

3. Concern for Taking of Private Property

4. Concern for Limited Availability of Important Details

5. Concern for Redress and Damages

Chuck Baldwin - The Worst Tragedy Of The Bush Presidency

It gives me no pleasure to say that the George W. Bush presidency has been an absolute and dismal failure! In fact, the Bush II regime is worse than those of Richard Nixon, Jimmy Carter, and even Bill Clinton. The only potential bright spot to his legacy might be a slight swing to the right to life by his two Supreme Court appointments. However, the verdict is still out on that. Take away Bush's Supreme Court picks, and there is nothing left but failure, frustration, fatigue, and futility.

On the domestic front, the Bush presidency leaves us with gargantuan growth of federal spending and meddling. Bush's obsession with spying on American citizens eclipses anything Nixon did or Clinton dreamed of doing. His Patriot Act is taken right out of the Nazi handbook, and his arrogance regarding constitutional accountability is unknown in America since at least the days of Abraham Lincoln.

Concerning foreign affairs, the Bush presidency will forever be linked to the failed and potentially fatal war in Iraq. I say fatal, because the ultimate results of Bush's obsession for war with Iraq are not yet fully realized. One thing is sure: our unconstitutional war in Iraq has created many more enemies than it has eliminated, and the overall impact on the morale of both our troops and the American citizenry rivals the effects of the Vietnam War and perhaps even surpasses them.

[Chuck Baldwin's Web Site|Full Article|Note on Reposting]

Ron Paul - The Price of Delaying the Inevitable in Iraq

The growing demand by the American people for us to leave Iraq prompts the naysayers to predict disaster in the Middle East if we do. Of course, these merchants of fear are the same ones who predicted that invading and occupying Iraq would be a slam dunk operation; that we would be welcomed as liberators, and oil revenues would pay for the operation with minimal loss of American lives.

Full article here:
http://www.house.gov/paul/tst/tst2007/tst060407.htm

National Grassroots Demonstration (NGD) - Home/DC Offices of Congress/Senate - Jun 4, 2007 or Jun 5, 2007

2007-06-04 11:00
2007-06-05 14:00
US/Central

[Printable PDF]

WHY:

  • Solve the Serious Problems of Jobs Exported/Out-sourced, Illegal Immigration/Drugs, Terrorism, Trade/Budget Deficits and Credit Card Debt Problems.
  • Greatly Reduce and Stabilize Gasoline Prices (e.g.: regular 87 Octane close to $1.25/gal.), Utility Bills, Transportation/Other Energy Costs, etc.
  • Improve USA Sovereignty and Solve Other Related National and World Problems.

WHEN:

    June 4th or 5th, 2007 - Between 11:00 am - 2:00 pm.

HOW:

  • Individuals:
    Preferably, FAX this National Grass-roots Demonstration (NGD) page to these offices, or phone the essence of this page to them.

    Emphasize the Following URGENT Issues to all offices and demand a prompt, written response and the following legislative actions:

    1. By 6/15/2007, U.S.A. Congress must pass legislation to keep all of Mexico's Trucking Companies from having any of their trucks coming beyond the current 2-25 mile limit into the U.S.A. where they exchange freight with U.S.A. trucks. President Bush should enact this legislation by 6/18/2007. By 6/28/2007, the U.S.A. Congress and President Bush should enact the Absolute Advantage Foreign Trade Policy (at least for Mexico) explained below in Urgent Issues 2 and 3.

Press Release - Reform Party USA Endorses Summer-Long Gas Boycott

The Reform of the United States of America, through its National Committee, sponsors and endorses a symbolic Summer National Gas Boycott, extending through Aug. 31, 2007 and asks all who are alarmed by the unprecedented gas prices and gas price increases which appear to have little relation to crude oil prices, to join the Reform Party of the United States of America ("RPUSA") and participate in this Summer expression of public outrage by boycotting all gasoline purchases from all major oil companies and purchasing only from independent or locally owned gas stations.

A public press release notice of the endorsement of this Summer 2007 gas boycott is authorized and directed by the RPUSA National Committee for immediate media distribution, e-mail reflector, and website publication by the RPUSA.

All other responsible RPUSA Committees are discharged of this matter.

Press Release - Reform Party USA Endorses 15 May Gas Boycott

2007-05-15 00:00
2007-05-15 23:59
US/Central

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

The Reform of the United States of America, through its National Committee,
endorses the Tuesday 15 May 2007 National Gas Boycott and asks all
who are alarmed by the unprecedented gas prices and gas price
increases to join the Reform Party of the United States of America ("RPUSA")
and participate in this one day expression of public outrage by boycotting
all gasoline purchases on Tuesday, 15 May 2007.

Ron Paul - We Just Marched In (So We Can Just March Out)

All the reasons given to justify a preemptive strike against Iraq were wrong. Congress and the American people were misled.

Support for the war came from various special interests that had agitated for an invasion of Iraq since 1998. The Iraq Liberation Act, passed by Congress and signed into law by President Clinton, stated that getting rid of Saddam Hussein was official U.S. policy. This policy was carried out in 2003.

Congress failed miserably in meeting its crucial obligations as the branch of government charged with deciding whether to declare war. It wrongly and unconstitutionally transferred this power to the president, and the president did not hesitate to use it.

Full article here: http://www.lewrockwell.com/paul/paul382.html

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