Sunday, February 8, 2009

DiMasi, Deleo, Coakley and all the usual suspects

The other day, the Feds took 12 computers from Deleo’s office…. The proof is in the pudding, keep an ear out for more on what they discover.
The hits keep on coming…. Take at look at what they spent money on .. old news perhaps, but should not be forgotten.

http://www.thebostonchannel.com/investigative/18658578/detail.html

Mike Phelps and Kellogg’s

Please take time today to contact the Kellogg Corporation. Tell them that you oppose their decision to drop Michael Phelps and that, as a result of their actions, you will not be purchasing any Kellogg's related products for the next three months (or until the company decides to reinstate the Phelps as their spokesperson).

• You can call Kellogg's main telephone number during east coast business hours, Monday through Friday, at: (269) 961-2000 or toll free at: 1 (800) 962-1413.
• You can e-mail Kellogg's consumer services department by visiting: http://www2.kelloggs.com/ContactUs.aspx.
• You can contact Kellogg's media relation department at: 269-961-3799 or via e-mail at media.hotline@kellogg.com.
• You can e-mail Kellogg's corporate responsibility department at: corporateresponsibility@kellogg.com.
• You can e-mail Kellogg's investor relations department at: investor.relations@kellogg.com.
• Or finally, you can write the Kellogg Company a letter at: One Kellogg Square P.O. Box 3599 Battle Creek, MI 49016-3599

When contacting the company, please be polite and concise.

Toxic Toys… The Safer Alternative Bill

Some years ago, I did a few shows about the toxicity in toys for our children. Subsequently, more information has come to light about the harmful effects of these and many other chemicals put into items we use, eat and drink every day, and even the containers that are used today have very bad chemicals.

I would ask you all to approach your Rep and Senator, to co sponsor this bill. Of course, the bill didn’t make it out of the house last year, -Thanks Pam- and is once again, up for consideration. This seems to be a no brainer and I hope you would think so to. Pam and Karen are not listed as co sponsors.

http://www.healthytomorrow.org/