Cal Attorney General Threatens Trump Administration over Haste or Greed


California Attorney General Xavier Becerra wrote a letter to U.S. Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke threatening legal action if the Trump Administration for “haste or greed” tries to revoke or weaken 6 designated national monuments in California. President Trump issued an April 26 Executive Order instructing the Department of the Interior to review 20 to 40 Presidential designations or expansions of designations under the 1906 Antiquities Act made since January 1, 1996. The President directed the review over the next 45 days to focus on designations that now cover 100,000 or more acres or any designation or expansion where Secretary Zinke determined there was a lack of adequate public outreach and coordination with relevant stakeholders. Secretary Zinke is to report his findings on June 14, which will then start the 120-day regulatory clock that would lead to amending or rescinding designations. Attorney General Becerra warned Zinke in a letter, “National monument designations protect the irreplaceable natural and cultural heritage that belongs to all Americans, ensuring that the haste or greed of one generation does not squander those gifts at the expense of future generations.” Becerra warned that any such move would be unlawful and he would “take any and
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Amazon’s July 12 ‘Day of Action’ for Net Neutrality is Big Communist Anniversary


Amazon is mobilizing a July 12 collective “Day of Action” for tech corporations and social justice warriors to unite in rebelling against the FCC’s efforts to overturn Net Neutrality. The 12th falls on the 96th anniversary of Lenin’s call to deploy Russian communists to start civil wars around the world.
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