Wow! The Earth Quake At Everest Above Base Camp 2015 / Watching On OPT ….

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An avalanche hit a Mt Everest basecamp yesterday, caused by the 7.8 magnitude earthquake in Western …

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Earthquake causing avalanche at Everest Base camp! – YouTube

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earhquake causing avalanche at Mount Everest. … Earthquake causing avalanche at Everest Base camp






Terrifying moment rock and ice swept down Everest towards British …

Apr 25, 2015 – The avalanche buried part of base camp, raising fears for the safety of hundreds … pictured from basecamp on Mount Everest caused by the earthquake today … ‘Climbers appeared from tents all over camp to try to start to …… Zayn Malik sends fans into frenzy over new initials tattoo… but appears to opt for a …

A Side of Standing Rock You’ve Never Seen…….

A Side of Standing Rock You’ve Never Seen

The fight for Standing Rock took the media by storm in the fall of 2016. Images of protest and unrest surfaced on every major media outlet. Filmmaker Bennett Johnson felt there was more of a story to be told, and he focused his film on a small group of who protested in prayer; the battle they fought was in solidarity, peace, and faith. This film, set to Foreign Field‘s song “Hope Inside the Fire,” delivers the message that this event had many stories go untold. 

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Do I Look Fake? Or Mean? Don’t Ask. A Campaign to Ban ‘Fake / Mean Talk’ or a Fake / Mean World ! At Pages

Do I Look Fake? Or Mean? Don’t Ask. A Campaign to Ban ‘Fake / Mean Talk’ or a Fake / Mean World ! On Pages

Have you ever had a dream that just kept going? I did last night about all the World’s evil jobs / full of evil working people & the evil places they work at and how each person could change it in their little spot/ dot, on the face of the Earth themselves?

Just in what they did each day and by their own words that came out of their mouths!


Be Nice and Kind to every Person you meet each day !

Decided not to be mean to other people!

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 Be Teachers. Tell the Truth.

Make it your good day flowing out around you.

You know one of those people, that has a catching happiness about them

and that smile, that puts a smile on your face,too:)

Lets give it a try! “A Good Daily Habit” !

Not just once in awhile:(

Dream Continuity: Picking up where you left off | Erin Pavlina

Have you ever had a dream you wouldn’t mind getting back to? Have you ever … To continue a dream you just had, try not to open your eyes after you wake up.

Possible. Are you a Lucid Dreamer? Edit: Most dreams stop before they reach the end: You are … My dreams have a storyline that continues from night to night.–kindness-compassion-love-not-war.html

Learning Kindness: Good Karma / Good Deeds

The New Barricade / Sacred Stone Updates 2/26/2017 Live From Standing Rock With Myron Dewey 411 TRUTH

February / 22 / 2017 2:00 PM / 4: 00 PM






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ActivateNow Live Reporting: Interview with Oglala Lakota Elder from Pine Ridge About today’s Treaty Stand


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Trump team puts hold on pro-tribal and pro-treaty Dakota Access legal opinion
Wednesday, February 22, 2017
Filed Under: Environment | Law | National | Politics
More on: cheyenne river sioux, dakota access pipeline, dave archambault, doi, doj, donald trump, hillary tompkins, ncai, north dakota, standing rock sioux, treaties, usace

Former Solicitor of the Interior Hillary Tompkins is seen with former Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar, center, and former Attorney General Eric Holder on December 8, 2009. Photo: Tami A. Heilemann / U.S. Department of the Interior

A legal opinion that tribes have been using in their fight against the Dakota Access Pipeline has been suspended by the new Trump administration and could be rescinded altogether. Hillary Tompkins, who was the first Native woman to serve as Solicitor at the Department of the Interior, authored the opinion on December 4, 2016. In it, she concluded that the controversial project impacts the treaty rights of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe and the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe. The conclusion was significant because it said the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers failed to fully consider those treaty rights in reviewing the pipeline in North Dakota. While her opinion was not binding on the agency, which falls under the authority of the Department of the Army, the tribes believed it bolstered the need for an environmental impact statement, or EIS, regarding the crossing at Lake Oahe along the Missouri River. “Since the tribes retain rights associated with Lake Oahe, the Corps must consider the possible impacts of its DAPL permitting decisions on these reserved hunting, fishing, and water rights,” Tompkins wrote in the 35-page opinion. But visitors to the Solicitor’s legal opinion page will find that Opinion M-37038 is no longer available. The page now reads “Suspended and temporarily withdrawn on February 6, 2017” and includes a link to a memo which explains that the Trump team “temporarily” suspended it pending further review, meaning it could be rescinded forever.

Conclusions from Opinion M-37038, a temporarily withdrawn legal opinion at the Department of the Interior, supported the need for additional review of the Dakota Access Pipeline. Indianz.Com saved a copy before it was removed from the internet by the Trump administration.

The action has ramifications for the ongoing #NoDAPL lawsuit. In a failing on Tuesday, Department of Justice, which is now under new leadership, said the opinion no longer carries any legal weight, undercutting the two tribes’ opposition to the pipeline. “Cheyenne River’s reliance on a suspended and temporarily withdrawn opinion by the Department of the Interior’s Solicitor is misplaced,” the submission reads, while a footnote warns of even more developments: “The Corps expects to raise other issues relating to Opinion M-37038 in its response to Standing Rock’s motion for summary judgment.” It’s common for officials in a new administration to put a hold on actions taken by their predecessors. But the process for reconsidering legal opinions tends to be a bit more deliberative — for example, it took Interior almost a year to rescind one affecting a mine proposed on a sacred site during the George W. Bush era back in 2001. President Donald Trump, on the other hand, rushed Dakota Access through the approval process without consulting the affected tribes. In fact it took three months after the November election for Standing Rock to secure a meeting at the White House but the Army Corps approved the final easement while Chairman Dave Archambault II was stuck in an airplane. “I felt kind of slighted,” Archambault said at the winter session of the National Congress of American Indians in Washington, D.C., last week. “They decided on Tuesday, the day I flew out.” With Opinion M-37038 on the chopping block, Standing Rock and Cheyenne River have quickly lost allies throughout the federal family. Thanks to new leadership teams, the Army Corps, Justice and Interior can no longer be counted on for assistance in addressing their concerns about treaty rights, sacred sites and water resources. “This president, I feel, is motivated by money,” Archambault said last week, referring to #DefundDAPL, a campaign that seeks to divest from banks and institutions that are financing Dakota Access and other infrastructure projects on indigenous lands. Federal Register Notice:

Notice of Termination of the Intent To Prepare an Environmental Impact Statement in Connection With Dakota Access, LLC’s Request for an Easement To Cross Lake Oahe, North Dakota (February 17, 2017) Prior Federal Register Notice:

Notice of Intent To Prepare an Environmental Impact Statement in Connection With Dakota Access, LLC’s Request for an Easement To Cross Lake Oahe, North Dakota (January 18, 2017) Dakota Access Pipeline Approval Documents:

Department of Justice Notice | Department of the Army Approval Memorandum | Notice of Termination of EIS for Dakota Access Pipeline | Easement Letter to Congressional Leadership White House Documents:

Presidential Memorandum Regarding Construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline (January 24, 2017)

Presidential Memorandum Regarding Construction of the Keystone XL Pipeline (January 24, 2017)

Executive Order Expediting Environmental Reviews and Approvals For High Priority Infrastructure Projects (January 24, 2017)

Presidential Memorandum Regarding Construction of American Pipelines (January 24, 2017)

Presidential Memorandum Streamlining Permitting and Reducing Regulatory Burdens for Domestic Manufacturing (January 24, 2017)

Press Release: President Trump Takes Action to Expedite Priority Energy and Infrastructure Projects (January 24, 2017)



Years of Living Dangerously

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When the U.S. Department of the Interior decided that there were plenty of reasons to halt the Dakota Access Pipeline, Donald J. Trump disagreed.

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Lastrealindians was live.

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International prayer movement. It’s a heavy feeling here today. Send your voice to the 4 directions. #NoDAPL







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February 21 at 6:17pm ·

The thunders are returning less than 20 hours from the armed raid.

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Tasha Luger. a native veteran from Standing Rock speaking with the Army Corps of Engineers






Indigenous Rising Media was live.

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Tasha Luger, a native veteran from Standing Rock speaking with the Army Corps of Engineers




Meet Sitting Bull’s Great Great Granddaughter, Brenda White Bull