Idaho Activists Unite in Solidarity!

Idaho Activists Unite in Solidarity!

Communities Prepare to Protect our Rights!

Our Fight: Get the profit out of Politics

Citizens Allied for Integrity and Accountability

About C.A.I.A

Citizens Allied for Integrity and Accountability is a non-partisan, non-profit organization composed of farmers, professionals, homeowners, retired people, natural resources aficionados, families – interested people from all walks of life who believe that government should be directed by the people and not by special interests.



Save Lake Arthur…Emergency Alert!!!

Hearing to be held December the 17-19 by the Environmental Hearing Board on the drilling by XTO in the Arthur watershed.  Join the Delaware Riverkeeper and citizens of Franklin Township in Butler County in their fight to protect the watershed

Address: Piatt Place, 301 Fifth Avenue, 2nd Floor, Hearing Room 2014, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Ballad of Terry L. Greenwood and remembrance


Image provided my Bob  Donnan PA

Terry L. Greenwood, 66 of Daisytown, PA died following struggle with brain tumors June 8, 2014.

Please remember the Greenwood family and all those harmed.

The Ballad of Terry Greenwood
(Tune of traditional song, Long Black Veil)

Terry Greenwood was a long time farmer in 2009
His Pennsylvania land and cattle were doing fine
When a company of drillers destroyed his life:
His water was polluted and his calves began to die,

You can’t farm without water
This is everybody’s fight
You can’t live without food
It’s time to do what is right,

Honor Terry Greenwood:
Shut the drilling down
Boycott the companies
And run them out of town

You can’t farm without water
You can’t live without food
Remember Pennsylvania
And Terry Greenwood.

EPA moving forward under the Toxic Substances Control Act



The EPA Administrator signed the following Federal Register document on

May 9, 2014:

Hydraulic Fracturing Chemicals and Mixtures; Advance Notice of Proposed Rulemaking [RIN 2070-AJ93; FRL-9909-13]

This is a prepublication version of the advance notice of proposed rulemaking (ANPR) that EPA is submitting for publication in the Federal Register. While the Agency has taken steps to ensure the accuracy of this Internet version of the ANPR, it is not the official version of the ANPR for purposes of public comment. Please refer to the official version of the ANPR that will appear in a forthcoming Federal Register publication.

Once the official version of the ANPR publishes in the Federal Register, the prepublication version of the ANPR that appears on the Web site will be replaced with a link to the ANPR that appears in the Federal Register publication. At that time, you will also be able to access the on-line docket for this rulemaking at

You can then use EPA’s electronic docket and comment system at to submit or view public comments, access the index listing of the contents of the docket, and to access those documents in the docket that

are available electronically. The docket number for this rulemaking is EPA-HQ-OPPT-2011-1019

Complete Statement:


City of Asylum/Pittsburgh invites you to a day-long series of FREE readings, conversations and performances featuring human rights activists and exiled writers and musicians from China and Tibet

June 8, 2013 – 1:00 p.m.-10 p.m. – FREE

All events will be held at City of Asylum’s tent
1400 block of Monterey between Sampsonia Way and Jacksonia Street, Northside

To reserve seats for any or all EXILED VOICES events, please email