This is an unprofessional Collection cite. That wishes for Speech and Debate with Regards to the topics collected and Special Libraried. I wish for defense of Fair Use Doctrine, not for profit, educational collection. Along with the defense of polemic expression for purpose of creating a dominate point of argumentation. "

Thus, we consider this case against the background of a profound national commitment to the principle that debate on public issues should be uninhibited, robust, and wide-open, and that it may well include vehement, caustic, and sometimes unpleasantly sharp attacks on government and public officials." NEW YORK TIMES CO. V. SULLIVAN, 376 U. S. 254, 270 (1964). I fully believe to be as true as possible for a citizen working an espionage case to be as true to the good name of characters attacked on this cite as defined under acts of espionage. In which their actions supported a foreign country and place the US under ill will and determent as per their actions. These are my opinions based as reasonable to be stated as true in good faith towards reality of espionage activity. With very fair comments with regards to our biggest public interest. I have checked many cites and read many books. To create my opinions and areas of need for further research. I have created my reasoning based on algorithmic economic espionage coding, based on Dr. Nashe's theories of foreign actors using social algorithmic style codes to obtain desires to hurt the USA. My example, I fear is the best example. Is the two characters I have pin pointed for treason of espionage. Which is Dr. Locke and Dr. Van Jones. Both at which had and where able to take the US's newest and highest form of energy. Where instead of helping and creating strength in the US with production and growth. They leaked 80% of our green tech stimulus. Which can be defined under espionage activity, as per my unprofessional opinion of reading espionage cases, with regards to high treason and industrial espionage. Where there is no defense of political view point. As the US is now suffered great irreparable damage. As our green technological industries are not even in a normal US leadership role. Along with the loss of major surplus of manufacturing which leads to the skills needed to find defenses and ideas against to detect and deter green tech weaponization. Which is analogous to the nuclear and physics highest form of energy in the 50's.

Therefore, "The new order was tailored to a genius who proposed to constrain the contending forces, both domestic and foreign, by manipulating their antagonisms" "As a professor, I tended to think of history as run by impersonal forces. But when you see it in practice, you see the difference personalities make." Therefore, "Whenever peace-concieved as the avoidance of war-has been the primary objective of a power or a group of powers, the international system has been at the mercy of the most ruthless member" Henry Kissinger

The World market crashed. There was complete blame from the worlds most ruthless power on the world's most protective and meditational power. So I responded with: "We must now face the harsh truth that the objectives of communism [The Communist Chinese Party's (CCP) Economic Espionage Units called the MSS] are being steadily advanced because many of us do not recognize the means used to advance them. ... The individual is handicapped by coming face to face with a Conspiracy so monstrous she or he cannot believe it exists. The American mind simply has not come to a realization of the evil which has been introduced into our midst" Therefore, like Dr. John Nash would probable think: This is because of our lost state craft of tracing scientific coding in the intelligence community of the algorithmic code of the Communist espionage agents. As "The Communist [CCP's economic espionage units called the MSS] threat from without must not blind us to the Communist [CCP's economic espionage units called the MSS] threat from within. The latter is reaching into the very heart of America through its espionage agents and a cunning, defiant, and lawless communist party, which is fanatically dedicated to the Marxist cause of world enslavement and destruction of the foundations of our Democracy/Republic." J. Edgar Hoover. Which allows the Communist to shape the future and powers that be. As "Our citizens and our future citizens cannot share properly in shaping the future unless we understand the present, for the raw material of events to come is the knowledge of the present and what we make it"
Lieutenant General Leslie R. Groves

I am not an anti communist. I am against a governments Economic Espionage Unit funding genocide an terrorism. Instead of trying to stop it. Also this is not an isolationist website. It is a competitive website. Currently the Communist own monopolies on full industries and the root supply chain which is resources. I am trying to get us to compete with them so we can build more market places. In which will slow or stop terrorism, as folks have jobs and something to do. Instead of one country is the world's police force spending all of its people's taxes on fear. While one is the worlds production monopoly.

I mean no ill will to Communist China. I do not wish to hurt their people. I aim to protect my people from an ancient evil of single tribal oppressive leadership. While helping the world compete better be spreading a major monopolized, militarized economy spread their power and wealth via Democracy and Free markets. I have had my life threatened and two attempts on my life already for my actions. Which you ain't seen nothing yet.

You read this cite and trust me baby you can do anything. Read this before a date and you a hero, read a passage before a test and you will pass. That is what they call Illuminati, picked for the ability to move mountains, and do anything.

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Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Look at our Mining line up. You want to know why we are in a bad economy, well look at our supply side. No Rare Earth Mineral associations.

Alabama Coal Association
#2 Office Park Circle, Suite 200
Birmingham, AL. 35223
Phone: 205-871-3734
Fax: 205-871-3735
David Roberson, Executive Director
Alaska Coal Association
100 Cushman Street, Suite 210
Fairbanks, Alaska 99701
Tel: 907-452-2625
Fax: 907-451-6543
Robert B. Stiles, President
Alaska Geological Society
P. O. Box 101288
Anchorage, Alaska 99510
Nancy Vaughn, President
Alaska Miners Association
501 West Northern Lights Boulevard, Suite 203
Anchorage, Alaska 99503-2565
Steven C. Borell, Executive Director
Associated General Contractors of Alaska
P. O. Box 240609
Anchorage, Alaska 99524-0609
Heinrich Springer, Executive Director
Resource Development Council for Alaska, Inc.
121 West Fireweed Lane, Suite 250
Anchorage, Alaska 99503
Becky L. Gay, Executive Director
California Construction and Industrial Minerals Association (CalCIMA)
Gary Hambly – President/CEO
1029 J Street, #420
Sacramento, CA 95814
916-554-1000, x103
Colorado Mining Association
1600 Broadway, Suite 1340
Denver, Colorado 80202-4913
Stuart A. Sanderson, President
Colorado Safety Association
4730 Oakland Street, Suite 500
Denver, Colorado 80239-2731
Melodye A. Turek, President
Denver Mining Club
8520 North Franklin Drive
Denver, Colorado 80229
Heinz W. Siegel, President
Mountain States Legal Foundation
Ste. 2300, 1660 Lincoln St.
Denver, Colorado 80264
Tel: 303-861-0244
Fax: 303-831-7379
The Rocky Mountain Association of Geologists
820 l6th Street, Suite 505
Denver, Colorado 80202
Rocky Mountain Coal Mining Institute
3000 Youngfield Street, Suite 324
Lakewood, Colorado 80215-6545
Doris G. Finnie, Executive Director
The Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation
7039 E. 18th Ave.
Denver, Colorado 80220
Tel: 303-321-8100
Fax: 303-321-7657
Western Coal Transportation Association
P. O. Box 176
Denver, Colorado 80201
Western Coal Council
5765 Olde Wadsworth Blvd., Ste. 18
Arvada, CO 80002-2516
Phone: 303-431-1456
Fax: 303-431-1606
Florida Limerock & Aggregate Institute
1007 Desoto Park Drive
Suite 100
Tallahassee, Florida 32301
Tel: 850-942-0781
Fax: 850-942-5632
Georgia Mining Association
900 Circle 75 Parkway
Suite 1740
Alanta, GA 30339
Tel: 770-952-7975
Fax: 770-952-7986
Lee Lemke, Vice President
Illinois Coal Institute
212 S. Second St.
Springfield, IL 62701
phone: 217-528-2092
fax: 217-523-5191
Attn: Kelly Spivey
Indiana Coal Council
143 West Market Street, Suite 701
Indianapolis, Indiana 46204
J. Nathan Noland, President
Barbara Tapp, Office Manager
Ph. 317-638-6997
FAX 317-638-7031
Coal Operators & Associates
P. O. Box 3158
Pikeville, Kentucky 41502-3158
David A. Gooch, President
Ph. 606-432-2161
FAX 606-432-2162
Energy & Mineral Law Foundation
340 South Broadway, Suite 101
Lexington, KY 40508
Kentucky Coal Association
340 South Broadway, Suite 100
Lexington, KY 40508
Tel: 859-233-4743
Fax: 859-233-4745
Bill Bissett, President
David Moss, Vice President
E-mail: or
Kentucky Crushed Stone Association
Depot Plc. Box 326-119 W. Broadway
Frankfort, KY 40602
Tel: 502-223-2379
Fax: 502-223-2370
Kentucky Mining Institute
340 South Broadway, Suite 100
Lexington, Kentucky 40508
Frank Williams, President
Kentucky Reclamation Association
1850 Lantaff Blvd., Suite 203
P.O. Box 936
Madisonville, Kentucky 42431
Tel: 502-821-2760
Fax: 502-821-2766
Tri-State Coal Operators Association, Inc. (KY, VA, WV)
P.O. Box 259
Kingwood, West Virginia 26537
Tel: 304-329-0976
West Kentucky Coal Association
P.O. Box 4148
Frankfort, Kentucky 40604
Jim Baker, President
Ph. 502-223-1437
Maryland Coal Association
59 East Main Street
Frostburg, Maryland 21532
Phone (301) 689-6609
Fax (301) 689-8384
Donna Care, President
Minnesota Iron Mining Association
505 Lonsdale Building
302 West Superior Street
Duluth, MN 55802
Phone: 218-722-7724
Fax: 218-720-6707
Mississippi Valley Coal Trade & Transport Council
#2 Canal, Suite 1013
New Orleans, Louisiana 70130
C. R. "Pete" Moore, President
Mining Industry Technology of Missouri
P. O. Box 725
Jefferson City, Missouri 65l02
Randy J. Scherr, Executive Director
Mining Industry Council Of Missouri
P.O. Box 725
Jefferson City, Missouri 65102
Tel: 314-635-7308
Fax: 314-636-9749
Montana Coal Council
2301 Colonial Drive
Helena, Montana 59601
James D.Mockler, Executive Director
Nevada Mining Association
9210 Prototype Dr., Suite 200
Reno, NV 89511
Russ Fields, President
Phone: (702) 829-2121
Fax: (702) 852-2631
Women in MiningP.O. Box 868
Winnenucca, NV 89446
New Mexico Geological Society Campus Station
Socorro, New Mexico 87801
Dick Chamberlin, President
Lignite Energy Council
P. O. Box 2277
Bismarck, North Dakota 58502-2277
John W. Dwyer, President
Ph. 701-258-7117
FAX 701-258-2755
International Society of Explosive Engineers
30325 Bainbridge Road
Cleveland, Oh 44139
Phone: 440-349-4400
Fax: 440-349-3788
Contact: Dede Manross, Director of Communications
Ohio Aggregates & Industrial Minerals Association
162 N. Hamilton Rd.
Gahanna, Ohio 43230
Phone: 614-428-7954
Fax: 614-428-7919
Patrick Jacomet, Executive Director
Ohio Coal Association
17 South High Street, Suite 215
Columbus, Ohio 43215
Mike Carey, President
Ph. 614-228-6336
FAX 614-228-6349
Association of Oklahoma General Contractors 
- Coal Producers Committee
P.O. Box 53385
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73152
Ph. 405-843-5661
FAX 405-843-6050
Bohemia Mine Owners Association
P.O. Box 421
Cottage Grove, OR 97424
Fay Stewart - President
Contact: Preston White for Membership
Eastern Oregon Mining Association
P.O. Box 932
Baker City, OR 97814
Phone: (541) 276-8807 or (541) 523-3285
Fax: (541) 276-8015 or (541) 523-4385
Contact: Bob Heitmanek, President
Pennsylvania Coal Association
212 North Third Street, Suite 102
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 17101
George L. Ellis, President
Ph. 717-233-7909
FAX 717-231-7610
Texas Mining & Reclamation Association
300 Highland Mall Boulevard, Suite 100
Austin, Texas 78752
Ph. 512-467-1300
FAX 512-451-9556
Phillips Coal Company
2929 North Central Expressway
Richardson, TX 75080
(972) 669-5902
Fax: (972) 669-5900
Utah Mining Association
136 South Main Street, Suite 825
Salt Lake City, Utah 84101
Alexander H. Jordan, President
Utah Coal Operators Subcommittee
Utah Mining Association
195 North 100 West
Huntington, UT 84528
Tri-State Coal Operators Association, Inc. (KY, VA, WV)
P.O. Box 259
Kingwood, West Virginia 26537
Tel: 304-329-0976
The Virginia Coal Association
Old City Hall, Suite 425
1001 East Broad Street
Richmond, Virginia 23219
W. Thomas Hudson, President
Ph. 804-643-6697
FAX 804-643-6699
Virginia Coal Council
P. O. Box 858
Richlands, Virginia 24642
Barbara F. Altizer, Executive Director
American Coal Foundation
1130 Seventeenth St. N.W., Suite 220
Washington, DC 20036 - 4604
Ph: (202) 466-8630
FAX: (202) 466-8632
Northwest Mining Association
10 North Post, Suite 414
Spokane, Washington 99201-0772
Tim. S. Olson, Executive Director
Ph. 509-624-1158
FAX 509-623-1241
Tri-State Coal Operators Association, Inc. (KY, VA, WV)
P.O. Box 259
Kingwood, West Virginia 26537
Tel: 304-329-0976
American Society for Surface Mining and Reclamation
21 Grandview Drive
Princeton, West Virginia 24740
Ph: (304) 425-8332 
Pocahontas Coal Association
P.O. Box 1310
Welch, WV 24801
Phone 1-888-COAL-4-US
Phone 1-888-262-5487
Phone (304) 294-7768
Jeffrey Ingram: 
Tri-State Coal Operators Association, Inc.P. O. Box 259
Kingwood, West Virginia 26537
Ronald L. Crites, Director
West Virginia Coal Association, Inc.
1301 Laidley Tower
Charleston, West Virginia 25301
William B. Raney, President
Chris Hamilton, Vice President
Ph. 304-342-4153
FAX 304-342-7651
Wyoming Mining Association
1700 West Lincolnway
P.O. Box 866
Cheyenne, Wyoming 82003
Marion Loomis, Executive Director
Ph. 307-635-0331

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