Saturday, October 30, 2010
Thursday, October 28, 2010
Regards, "BlackPowder" Bill www.blackpowderbill.com
SENATE CANDIDATE Ed O'Shea Opposes Your SECOND AMENDMENT RIGHTS!
State Senate candidate Ed O'Shea, a liberal college professor, wants to restrict your Constitutional right to bear arms. Ed O'Shea has explicitly stated that he supports: ·
Wasteful and outrageous micro stamping for law-abiding gun owners; ·
New intrusive restrictions on purchasing firearms; ·
More unnecessary regulations on law-abiding gun owners;
Please take the time to exercise your right to vote on Tuesday, November 2nd and help defeat Ed O'Shea - a liberal Democrat and Working Families Party candidate who wants to take away one of your most fundamental American rights - the right to bear arms! Senator Mike Nozzolio has earned our support.
He opposes any effort to restrict our Second Amendment Rights.
Senator Mike Nozzolio has always received the highest ratings from the National Rifle Association (NRA) and Shooters Committee on Political Education (SCOPE), and was awarded this month as PATRIOT of the YEAR by the Wayne County Division of SCOPE.
Senator Nozzolio has been honored in the past as “Legislator of the Year” by the New York State Rifle and Pistol Association.
Please vote for Senator Mike Nozzolio on Election Day, Tuesday, November 2nd P.S. Please share this message with others who are as concerned as you are about preserving and protecting your 2nd Amendment Rights.
Tuesday, October 26, 2010
Monday, October 25, 2010
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Peter M. Iwanowicz is the Director of the New York State Climate Change Office at the Department of Environmental Conservation in Albany, New York. Peter’s responsibilities include overseeing the Department’s involvement in the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative, including serving as the chair of the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative’s Auction Committee. In addition, Peter is the New York State representative to the International Carbon Action Partnership.
Before joining the state, Peter most recently served as Vice President for the American Lung Association of New York State, where he directed the association’s advocacy efforts.
Peter has also worked for the San Francisco-based Resource Renewal Institute promoting sustainability policies in New York State and also worked for Albany, New York based Environmental Advocates of New York. At EA-NY, Peter lead the organization’s clean air and clean energy policy work.
Peter graduated from Siena College and he lives in the Albany area with his wife and two children.
The DEC Grannis memo Click here
A good article to read Click here ADK Explorer
Friday, October 22, 2010
Subject: Message from President Howard Cushing regarding Pete Grannis
I am sure most of you know by now that Governor Paterson has dismissed Commissioner Pete Grannis. Most of the issues surrounding this latest development within DEC stem from Commissioner Grannis’ willingness to stand up to the Governor and tell the truth about cutbacks and layoffs requested by the Governor and how they would impact the agency. Although times are tough, there is a very real possibility that DEC will be gutted or worthless should all the cutbacks and changes come to pass.
I have a very deep concern that the Department of Budget or the Governor will be looking at the Conservation Fund as a cash cow; and if they think they are going to touch the Conservation Fund under my watch, they are underestimating the lengths I and the Council will go to not to let that happen. If necessary, we will file a lawsuit to keep the Conservation Fund intact and do whatever needs to be done to protect it. I hope you will support us in these efforts.