Free Assembly Rights are inherent to all

Posted by TheMidnightWriter on Monday, December 20, 2010 , under | comments (0)

One of the main precepts that rainbow gatherings stand upon is the right to peaceable assembly on public lands. You may be wondering why that is important and what it has to do with you. It is a crucial right that all people possess at birth in this nation of America. Free Assembly is the main precept guaranteed and secured under the united states of America constitutional law. The Constitution does not give you this right. It only guarantees its protection under the Law of the Land. Every one has the right by nature of being a citizen of this free nation.

The second part of the rainbow gathering precept to consider is the fact that these gatherings take place on public lands usually within a national forest. Why, you ask? Because all public national forest system lands belong to the people, to you and to me.

If you need some quick cash get a payday loan

Posted by TheMidnightWriter on Thursday, December 09, 2010 , under | comments (0)

When you need some extra cash for emergencies or the unexpected event, such as legal fees, then payday loans is a quick and easy solution. There is a company that simplifies the process even further by offering a basic application online that can be completed in a minute. The interesting aspect to this online loan site is that it is as close to instantaneous as anyone in the fast paced technical world could expect. You can apply, get approved and have the cash deposited into your bank account within a day or by the next banking day without leaving your home. Now that is very convenient.

If your credit is not sufficient for the stricker qualifications that bank loans require, then payday loans  are a good solution for you. Your paycheck is all the collateral you really need to qualify for this type of loan. Most have limits based upon the size of your paycheck which insures that the borrower can repay the loan. All the information is clearly spelled out and the amounts are minimal compared to the hefty size required to borrow for most traditional bank loans. There are no worries about exceeding your limits so it is a safe way to borrow money with accruing a large debt.

This payday loan site explains all the facts in great detail so be sure to visit payday loans and find out more today. The holiday season is here so now is the perfect time to try out a different form of getting enough cash to fill your Christmas shopping list without maxing out the credit cards. Enjoy the holiday more knowing that you have found an obtainable, safe, and easy to repay financial aid to get you through those little tight spots.

I'm curious about any appeals cases on 36CFR261

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I haven't stayed in tune with the rainbow gathering court cases this year so I would be fascinated to follow up on the latest news. I'm curious about any appeals cases on 36 CFR 261 stemming from the Pennsylvania gathering 2010 dating back to 1990. If any cases earlier than that are unresolved, that would be strange indeed. During the twenty year span I listed, I am interested in comparing the cases from start to finish based upon the laws or regulations at the time citations were received. Next, I want to compare the states where citations were given and list the fine amounts. The final comparison would be severity in sentences, fines or judgements. If anyone has information, please email

Gardens love the Moist Coastal Towns

Posted by TheMidnightWriter on Friday, June 04, 2010 , under | comments (0)

When the weather doesn't meet the exact needs of plants, then a gardener needs to improvise to tend them.  A full time gardener needs to learn savvy techniques when an area has fluctuating climate in one season. Some places that receive ample rainfall can get far less than the normal precipitation. For instance, buy San Diego drought tolerant plants and let go of any worry about rainfall or lack of it.You can adjust your watering habits according to the directions on the transplants or the seeds. Some of my favorite drought resistant plants are Artemesia and Manzanita.

Plants of any genus or species require more than planting, weeding and water. They need good soil full of nutrients to feed from the roots through all the rhizomes of the plant. Much soil has been lost due to erosion and deforestation in some areas of the country. Coastal cities are prone to this condition due to many factors so if you are gardening in California, be sure to buy enough topsoil San Diego and prepare the garden beds well before planting. Gather a little knowledge about soil types and acidity before you make a big purchase. Ask questions at your local garden center San Diego for every purchase. They might even have information brochures to help you get the most out of your garden this year.

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My Stories are important so I want to get them Noticed

Posted by TheMidnightWriter on Sunday, May 23, 2010 , under | comments (0)

No matter what kind of blog you own, it is important to have readers who appreciate your stories. That takes a little more work than you think. At first, I ideally imagined that I would write stories on my blogs, click publish and my audience would just appear out of the magical internet realm. Then I realized that I had to invite an audience to read my blog because there are virtual readers numbering in the hundreds of thousands, possibly millions.

I needed help. I wanted people to read my posts because I had great information to share. So I studied ways to get my blog noticed and invite an audience. I discovered that I needed the help of a professional seo company whose job it is to know the internet and all the ways to drive traffic (readers, ie audience) to any blog or website.  

For the past six months, I have been researching SEO -search engine optimization) techniques and companies. I have sought the advice and courses from various companies. Step by step I have incorporated those techniques into my blogs. Now I'm enjoying the success of a much bigger blog audience. That's inspiring! Now I have more of a reason to write. Maybe an seo company could help you get more readers, too.

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Resources for Clean up after Natural Disasters

Posted by TheMidnightWriter on Friday, May 21, 2010 , under | comments (0)

A-Best Water Damage Restoration is there when you need them because they respond to emergency calls 24 hours a day. No one knows if and when a natural disaster will strike exactly. Flooding is one event that can happen so rapidly and it leaves a lot of damaging mess to clean up afterwards. That's where Austin Carpet Cleaning comes in to save your home from permanent water damage.

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Great Furniture for Meetings at Home

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As a peace ambassador and a freelance writer, I have many opportunities to hold home meetings around the country. One key problem with renting conference rooms or back rooms in a restaurant is comfort. If you invite someone into your home, you want your guests to be comfortable. A business meeting is not exempt from this desire when you have to sit for hours listening to speakers or watching videos.  Some of the most beautiful room furnishings is Powell Furniture which also happens to be the lowest priced furniture available online. They offer free shipping and no sales tax so you can save money on some great designer looking furniture before your next important home meeting. I'm suggesting it to my friends.

My favorite room to dress up is the living room and I favor the sectional sofas with full complementary accents. Look at the photo above and imagine this is your living room. I'd be proud to greet my guests on this Polyurethane/Leather blend. There's enough room to seat six guests very comfortably and to serve refreshments without worrying about spills. That coffee table in the center is the perfect accent. I'm avoiding those drab conference rooms at all costs. My business meetings are going informal at home.

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Posted by TheMidnightWriter on Sunday, April 18, 2010 , under | comments (0)

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The Russian Mafia infiltrates the USA

Posted by TheMidnightWriter on Sunday, April 11, 2010 , under | comments (0)

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