meters' called a major threat to health, national security | 12 March 
2015 | Utilities around the country are installing millions of "smart 
meters," devices which use wireless technology to send information 
back to the companies about power usage by their customers. But 
there's a growing body of scientists deeply concerned about bathing 
the public in low-level, non-thermal radiation, and they say the 
smart meters pose the greatest danger of all...Jerry Flynn retired 
from the Canadian Armed Forces after a 26-year career, much of which 
was spent as a specialist in electronic warfare. "There's nothing 
more dangerous than a smart meter on your house," he told KRMG, and 
he's not the only one who thinks so.

from News Updates from CLG
25 March 2015

Mitchel Cohen's book, 
Is Direct Action? Lessons from (and to) Occupy Wall Street (foreword 
by Richard Wolff) (596 pages). Get it now!
Click to find new editions of Mitchel's poetry books 
Cat Takes Flight and 
Permanent Carnival .

Check out the latest at 
    * <http://www.mitchelcohen.com/?p=2968>FREE LINA KHATTAB! 
18-year-old student imprisoned and beaten, in Israel
    * <http://www.mitchelcohen.com/?p=2962>A SATIRICAL MESSAGE TO ALL 
    * <http://www.mitchelcohen.com/?p=2953>DRONES & TARGETTED 
KILLINGS including interviews with Marjorie Cohn & Jeanne Mirer
Listen to 
by Mitchel Cohen: 
Permanent Carnival, and 
Memoriam: For Fallen 

    * <http://www.mitchelcohen.com/?p=2805>IS VIOLENCE IN YOUR GENES? 
NO! Genetic Racism & Biological Determinism, by Mitchel Cohen

Ring the bells that still can ring,  Forget your perfect offering.
There is a crack, a crack in everything, That's how the light gets in.
~ Leonard Cohen

Realize that little things lead to bigger things ... And there s a 
wonderful parable in the New Testament: The sower scatters seeds. 
Some seeds fall in the pathway and get stamped on, and they don t 
grow. Some fall on the rocks, and they don t grow. But some seeds 
fall on fallow ground, and they grow and multiply a thousandfold. Who 
knows where some good little thing that you ve done may bring results 
years later that you never dreamed of.
~ Pete Seeger