cwazycwissyRN 6,831 Views
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Has OSHA stated that formalin is not to be taken into the operating room? AORN states they follow the OSHA recommendations. Has anyone else been hearing anything on this?
It depends on what you mean by "plenty". Our total supply of known oil reserves is 21 Billion barrels, which sounds like a lot, but not when you consider that we go through a Billion barrels every 50 days, which means the US has 3 year supply of oil, there is another 4 billion barrels in potential oil, or about 8 months worth.
washington (reuters) - the u.s. environmental protection agency said drinking water is safe to consume in a small pennsylvania town that has attracted national attention after residents complained about hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, for natural gas.water safe in town made famous by fracking-epa - us news - environment - msnbc.com
FrackingHydraulic Fracturing - YouTube
BTW, still not for any corporation to get subsidization or favors from the government. I still call that corporatism.
Now for the fracking. Interesting read.
Fracking for Dollars: Myths Debunked | The Lounge
I am 56 and have some days that kick my keester, that I will admit. I also question if this is what I want to do for the next 10 to 20 years. I think you are correct with these thoughts. I can do it, the question is, do I want to do it. Yes, after 13 years in the OR, I have learned to work smarter, the things that come with experience and time. That helps. Floor nursing, SCU and ER where I had my previous experience are also demanding areas. I love my job, so for now I will stay. I always keep one eye open on other opportunities. I would not be honest if I denied that. That includes finding something that has nothing to do with nursing as an option also. Great question with wise insight. Always good to have a plan B for your future.
both of your pollution examples above were clearly an infringement of the peoples rights. there are constitutional laws against such.
republicans or democrats, neither are any "better" they have both lead us down the road to corporatism.
Chevron - Untapped Energy [Part 1] - YouTube
I do not think that government should be in bed with corporations, regardless of who the corporation is. That is not capitalism. That is corporatism. It gives the big banks/ the corporations/ the authority to run our country. I do not care if it is the big oil or or the big apple, it is not the role of government as outlined in our constitution. Regulations have gone from the good of protecting the environment/protecting us from corporations intruding on our rights, to regulating our rights.
A good example of this.
Child Labor Laws | Farming | Department of Labor | The Daily Caller
Thank goodness the people united and this occurred.
Govt Backs off New Limits on Child Labor on Farms - ABC News
Cooperation for the good is natural instinct of survival, forced co-operation is control over the people.
so it's ok that the oil companies take our money? ... but it's not ok to offer companies a tax break to start a new industry in the usa?
your comparing apples to oranges ... the oil industry has been around for decades and is a profitable business ... the green industry is new and worth investing ... it's an industry that can help with our future energy needs ... it's an industry that will help create millions of jobs
it baffles me to hear conservative talk about money yet they are for giving a large chunk of our tax dollars to an industry that is already profitable - now that's a waste of money
Am I reading this correctly? tnt, you think all the occupy protesters were destitute? Do you really believe that only the poor and destitute care about others? That they would be the only people who would have strong enough opinions to participte in a protest against the rape and pillage by corporate America?
These tax benefits go clear down to the local level. At the city government level taxes are being waved as an incentive to get certain companies to come to our area, while the other companies and businesses do not get this. Trickle down government at its' finest. At that I will see if this posts...I am batting 50% with that. I guess I am doing something wrong with pushing the button or something. The rant I posted was too long to try to remember. Ha. Be well my friends.
The desire to stop substites to corporations? Some pay zero. Are their loopholes topics at the senate and the congress, or are those topics to give some of them even more?Big Oil Subsidies Targeted In Bill As Senate Debates Gas Priceshere are several links support this effort.
Barack Obama Weekly Address | Ending Big Oil Subsidies | The Daily Caller
It eventually did not pass. 51 to 47 in the senate. Does not mean the attempts were there. Is this true of any other corporation?
Senate Republicans reject Obama call to end 'big oil' tax breaks - CNN.com
By the way GE getting called out on it, is not the same. Are their corporate subsidies being taken away?
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