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Stop the Water Grab!
Veolia Water:
Corruption and a Corporate Takeover.
In 1853, a  French water company named Compagnie Generale des Eaux was created. In 1854, CGE obtained the right to supply water to the public. For more than a century, Compagnie Générale des Eaux remained focused on the water sector. 

Study Abroad, Kalu Yala, and a Federal Financial Aid Scam?
Over 4,000 miles away in Panama’s Tres Brazos rainforest, construction is underway to build a jungle town.  At first glance Kalu Yala looks like paradise with thatch roofed huts, a farm to table kitchen, a large garden and running water. Jimmy and his father Sandy Stice are real estate developers from Atlanta Georgia and Kalu Yala is a for profit business designed to make millions off the $200,000 homes they plan to build and sell on the 7,000 acres they own of lush green rainforest.
Corruption: Top Cop Kamala Harris
voluntarily writes Amicus
supporting pot shops.
Coalition Drug Free California
Fires Back at Attorney General
Kamala Harris.

Coalition Drug Free California continues
efforts to obtain public records from
Attorney General.
Attorney General Influenced by drug money.
Attorney General Kamala Harris
 refuses public records request.

Narco- State California:
A Model for George Soros' America
Global Commission on Drug Policy: A sham.
Marijuana use damages
brain neurotransmitters
Pesticides commonly used on
marijuana linked to Autism.
When purchasing a piece of Alabama history...
Lt. Governor Gavin Newsom
Betrays California Citizens.
The opioid crises is being used
to target pharmaceutical industry.
Historical cemetery abandoned.
June, 2018.
Is this the best Stanislaus County can do for Waterford’s Founder and his family?
The town of Waterford was Founded in 1857 by William W. Baker. Baker and his wife Caroline Pinkston Baker homesteaded 160 acres along the Tuolumne river near Appling Road Bridge, shortly after they were married in February of 1857.
Waterford was first named Bakersville then its name was changed to Waterford in 1870 after the post office complained the name was too close to Bakersfield.
The Williams had 7 children. Ida Baker died when she was 17, in 1891. The inscription on her tombstone reads “The lovely bud so young and fair called hence by early doom, just came to show how sweet a flower in paradise would bloom”
William W. Baker.
The Founder of Waterford.
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Along Highway 132 near the historical town of  La Grange is the Robert’s Ferry Cemetery. It sits on a hill overlooking the Tuolumne river. Robert’s Ferry is under the supervision of Stanislaus County’s Parks and Recreation, yet the site appears to be abandoned with rows of centuries old tombstones cracked and crumbling, others broke off by vandals. The graves are riddled with snakes holes, although bigger vermin have also burrowed in. Weeds and invasive tree’s grow unchecked. The green grass that once covered the hill is long gone.
More photos of
Robert's Ferry Cemetery here.