We posted an article that wasn’t exactly true, and we need to set the record straight.

Its not that the article wasn’t exactly true, but the date on the article wasn’t correct, as it was an AP  dated 12/14/2019!

When someone in a discussion thread brought up she thought it was fake, we decided to re-read the article, just to be sure, and this morning the link, nor the site we found it at are not online. It was troubling, because we try to deliver accurate information.

We went to look for the info in the search engine we found it at and screen shotted the image, which shows the article in the search, and of course it doesn’t open (eyes roll), but another article in the screenshot does, to verify the date, and times!

The article at the top can be accessed by clicking here, https://www.standardmedia.co.ke/article/2001353280/haji-and-kinoti-to-face-off-with-mwilu-as-jsc-hears-petition

This is very disappointing for a number of reasons.

Its the first time we’ve had to clarify an issue we’ve posted about, which is something we do not want to do. We try to find real information, which this is, but its certainly outdated.

Here is a page with a lot of info that confirms the story is true, just outdated. >click to read<

We apologize for any confusion that we’ve caused, and hopefully, you can forgive us!


This is a screen shot of the found page.

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Fishers sue to get rid of Obama‘s New England ocean monument
Written by Livingston Contributor on December 14, 2019
Fishers sue to get rid of Obama‘s New England ocean monument
PORTLAND, Maine (AP) – A coalition of commercial fishing groups filed a lawsuit on Tuesday to challenge the creation of a national monument off the coast of New England.
President Barack Obama created the monument in September using executive authority under the Antiquities Act. The monument is called the Northeast Canyons and Seamounts Marine National Monument, and it is made up of nearly 5,000 square miles of underwater canyons and mountains.
The creation of the monument closed the area to most commercial fishing and has been opposed by fishing groups for months. A coalition of the groups filed their lawsuit Tuesday in federal court.
The groups said creation of the monument was a “unilateral” action by Obama that is bringing economic distress to fishermen and their families. They want it ruled an unlawful use of the Antiquities Act.
“The Northeast Canyons and Seamount National Marine Monument purports to designate a monument in the ocean 130 miles from the nation‘s coast. This area of the ocean is not ‘lands owned or controlled‘ by the federal government,” says the lawsuit, filed by the conservative Pacific Legal Foundation. “Therefore, the Antiquities Act does not authorize the President to establish the Northeast Canyon and Seamounts Marine National Monument.”
Groups signing onto the lawsuit include the Massachusetts Lobstermen‘s Association, Long Island Commercial Fishing Association and the Rhode Island Fishermen Alliance.
Environmental groups have rushed to defend the monument, which conservationists have touted as a way to protect habitat for whales and sea turtles.
“The president has the authority to declare national monuments, and we believe he did so properly here,” said Brad Sewell of the Natural Resources Defense Council.
Also Tuesday, U.S. Rep. Rob Bishop, a Utah Republican and the chairman of the U.S. House Committee on Natural Resources, sent a letter to President Donald Trump calling for the removal of all marine monument fishing prohibitions. He called the prohibitions “a clear example of federal overreach.”
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