Radioactive uranium site collapses into Detroit River, putting drinking water at risk

Michigan’s drinking water woes are poised to get even worse as officials recently confirmed that a property in Detroit that was contaminated with dangerous chemicals including uranium collapsed into the Detroit River on November 26. The Detroit Dock site collapsed … Continue reading Radioactive uranium site collapses into Detroit River, putting drinking water at risk

Top 10 Reasons To Avoid Drinking U.S. Tap Water At All Costs

Some of us have done it our whole lives. We grab a glass or cup from the kitchen cabinet and go straight to the sink faucet or refrigerator dispenser, fill it with water, and then drink it without giving it a single thought. We fill entire pitchers with tap water and add tea mix, lemonade mix, powdered drink mixes for the kids, or we make our coffee with it. Millions of Americans use those pitchers that have cheap little filters in them that do next to nothing to filter out toxins, despite their product claims. Boiling the water doesn’t help … Continue reading Top 10 Reasons To Avoid Drinking U.S. Tap Water At All Costs

North Carolina Residents Want to Know if Dupont is Secretly Polluting Their Drinking Water

Residents of Wilmington, North Carolina want to know if the water they are drinking every day could possibly kill them. Chemical conglomerate DuPont and its spinoff company Chemours’ manufacturing plants are located upstream from Wilmington – on a 2,100-acre property on the Cape Fear River in Fayeteville – where they produce GenX, a potentially cancer-causing chemical that is used to make Teflon. A three-year study that was co-authored by North Carolina water utility Cape Fear Public Utility Authority calculated just how much GenX was present in Cape Fear’s waters. However, the study’s conclusions were never revealed to the public, even to Wilmington Mayor Bill … Continue reading North Carolina Residents Want to Know if Dupont is Secretly Polluting Their Drinking Water

Four More Government Officials Charged in Flint Water Crisis

In an ongoing investigation, Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette has announced criminal charges against four more government officials in connection with the Flint water crisis, bringing the total number of former or current officials charged in the scandal that has … Continue reading Four More Government Officials Charged in Flint Water Crisis

NY Schools Found Dangerously High Levels of Lead in Their Drinking Water

​ (NaturalNews) As infrastructure in America’s oldest cities approaches the century mark in many cases, it is becoming more apparent than ever that a national revitalization plan is needed to address what are evolving – and worsening – health issues … Continue reading NY Schools Found Dangerously High Levels of Lead in Their Drinking Water

Southwestern Cities Forced onto “90-Day Supply of Water” After Toxic EPA Spill Contaminates Entire River

[Image Source: Anonymous on Twitter] The very agency charged with protecting the environment has caused a toxic waste spill from an environmental disposal mine filled with a megaload of heavy metals including high levels of arsenic, lead and cadmium. Residents … Continue reading Southwestern Cities Forced onto “90-Day Supply of Water” After Toxic EPA Spill Contaminates Entire River

Feds Push For Total Control of Property Rights: “Government is Named as the Owner of ALL the Water”

Water Rights on the Ropes: The Last Round for Free Montanans vs. the Federal Government Editor’s Note: The following research and commentary shows just how far the federal government is willing to go. With the help of the EPA and … Continue reading Feds Push For Total Control of Property Rights: “Government is Named as the Owner of ALL the Water”

Finding Water in the Wilderness

In modern times, ground travel is determined by superhighways. Actually, in a sense, this has always been the case. It’s just that in the past, those superhighways were known as rivers. As much as possible, travel was accomplished alongside rivers, in order to ensure a ready supply of water. When rivers could not be followed, the most important travel consideration was knowing where the next water hole or river could be found. When you’re planning your bug out, you’ve got to take water into consideration. Granted, we’re all hoping to be able to bug out in our cars, but you … Continue reading Finding Water in the Wilderness

California government elites use 500% more water than citizens

(NaturalNews) At at time when water conservation should be a high priority in drought-plagued California, it would appear that something else has been deemed a high priority: an elitist mind set whereby people self-appoint themselves as an exception to the rule. In the drying up state, this disturbing way of thinking is taking place at the Los Angeles mayoral mansion, Getty House, where it’s been reported that approximately 2,100 gallons of water are used per day. You read correctly. Over 2,000 gallons of water is being used at Mayor Eric Garcetti’s residence on a daily basis in a state that’s … Continue reading California government elites use 500% more water than citizens

California drought hits San Mateo County coast particularly hard

Showers were one of the first things to go when the spring dried up at the Markegard ranch south of Half Moon Bay. Forced to rely on trucked-in water, the four children — ages 4, 6, 7 and 12 — now bathe once a week, often sharing the same tub of water. “The cleanest kid goes first,” said their mother, Doniga Markegard, 33, who on a recent morning soaked her two youngest, daughters Quince and Quill, followed by 7-year-old Larry. “As my grandmother said, ‘Wash your pits and parts, and you’re good to go.’” Written by: KURTIS ALEXANDER – continue … Continue reading California drought hits San Mateo County coast particularly hard

America No matter who wins, today’s election outcome can’t stop America’s head-on course toward self-destruction

(NaturalNews) Regardless of the outcome of today’s U.S. mid-term elections, there are some things that won’t change one iota. While most of America has finally come to realize what a disaster Obama’s presidency has really been in real-world terms, there are at least five other disasters looming in America’s near future. And neither Republicans nor Democrats have any real plan to deal with these issues… especially when it’s so much easier to get elected by slandering your opponent rather than proposing practical solutions. So here’s my warning on the five biggest threats still facing America in the years ahead. Don’t … Continue reading America No matter who wins, today’s election outcome can’t stop America’s head-on course toward self-destruction

Water Wars: What It Will Be Like When Your Tap Runs Dry

As the Western United States faces the prospect of suffering through a decades spanning drought, we can only guess as to what that may entail for the average person. While this sort of thing used to be considered unthinkable in the United States, recent news has given us a tiny glimpse of what the future may hold. We’ve seen for the first time, residents of California, Ohio, and Detroit lose access to their clean water supply. As our infrastructure crumbles, and weather conditions worsen, many of us can expect to see water scarcity become a part of every day life. … Continue reading Water Wars: What It Will Be Like When Your Tap Runs Dry

Drought apocalypse begins in California as wells run dry

(NaturalNews) Water wells in central California have begun to run dry, reports the LA Times. (1) “Extreme drought conditions have become so harsh for the Central Valley community of East Porterville [that] many of its residents dependent on their own wells have run out of water.” Tulare County has confirmed their wells have run out of water, and so far hundreds of homes have no running water. According to the LA Times, rumors are also spreading that Child Protective Services officials will begin taking children away from families who have no running water, although the county claims the rumor is … Continue reading Drought apocalypse begins in California as wells run dry

Beware of the UN Takeover of American Water Supplies

Millions of children under five die every year due to toxic germ-infested unsafe drinking water. This means that almost four babies a minute die from a lack of water according to UN-Water’s estimations. In the 2014 World Water Report released on the eve of World Water Day, the UN said that 768 million people do not have adequate access to  water, 2.5 billion do not have access to improved sanitation. Among the deprived are a significant number of people in Detroit. It would seem that the problems of the third world are being visited upon Detroit and soon the rest of the country. Obama Refuses to … Continue reading Beware of the UN Takeover of American Water Supplies