CD035: Energy & Water

Most of this episode is dedicated to the Energy & Water funding bill that passed the House of Representatives; however, the House also pulled a fast one this week, passing a 608-page agriculture bill that was available for public-reading for less than one day.

Links to Information in This Episode

Intro Music: Tired of Being Lied To by David Ippolito (found on Music Alley by mevio)

Music: After the Flood by William Brooks

David Seaman’s Indiegogo fundraiser for Rise, his new morning news show

Congressional Dish summary of H.R. 2609 “Energy and Water Development and Related Agencies Appropriations Act, 2014”

Status and text of H.R. 2609 from GovTrack

Appropriations Committee report that explains the reasoning behind the funding levels in H.R. 2609

Status and text of H.R. 2642, the 608-page bill that was passed in less than one day


Republicans promised to prohibit votes on bills that haven’t been posted online for 72 hours.

The problems in Kettleman City, California.

Current United States drought conditions

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Flooding is happening in the Midwest in 2013

What are small modular nuclear reactors?

Japan confirms that Fukushima has been leaking radioactive chemicals into the ocean for two years

The Mark Sanchez Butt Fumble

Representatives Quoted in this Episode

2 thoughts on “CD035: Energy & Water

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  2. Geoff Henry

    what a blatant sell out to monopolistic energy companies! how can we hold our ‘ representatives’ accountable for crafting this legislation and voting this way? I’d like to run a side by side comparison of dollars accepted to votes made so we can show these conmen for who they are. I’d also like to track how much time they spend at the phone banks soliciting money.

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