Public Watchdogs Funding need

Below is a list of funding needs for Public Watchdogs Updated: March 19, 2017 Web hosting Portable projector for PowerPoint presentations (see sample) $359.00 Web site maintenance, design, and updates, $275 monthly, $3,300.00 annually (Sponsored through July, 2017) News Desktop PC, with Windows 7 or 8 professional:  $725.00  (Sponsored) SDSU Intern, Erin Deuble, Nuclear Waste Sustainability Analyst: $980.00 Non-Profit General Liability Insurance annual January premium $691.00 [Sponsored!]…

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Public Watchdogs exposes shocking emergency response plans at SONGS

New documents show Emergency Response Services to a nuclear disaster at San Onofre have been gutted by Southern California Edison.  Watch the NBC video here. September 29, 2016, SAN DIEGO — Today, Public Watchdogs released sensitive and previously unpublished documents from the Nuclear Regulatory Commission. The documents authorize the elimination of required emergency planning and response to a nuclear accident at the now-failed San Onofre Nuclear Generating…

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San Bruno Gets Burned by their Own

You’d think after all the time and suffering the folks of San Bruno have endured, that if Justice was not to be served there would be a darned good explanation.  Not so. The judge, who shamefully exonerated PG&E from its fiduciary responsibility for its criminal acts, refused to provide an explanation for his decision. The prosecutors, who were expected to expedite restitution on behalf of the…

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A special message to potential whistle blowers

My name is Charles Langley, and I’m a whistle blower, too. I’d like to tell you what every whistle blower must know, and explode a few myths. My recommendation: Blow the whistle, but stay anonymous.  I call this the “silent whistle.”  By staying anonymous you will protect your reputation. Even better, it makes you more dangerous because the bad guys won’t know where the leaks are…

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The California Coastal Commission’s betrayal of Californians

Editor’s Note: You may watch the October 6, video of the California Coastal Commission’s phony public hearing on San Onofre Here.  The discussion of San Onofre begins at Minute 39. On October 6, 2015, the Coastal Commission deeply betrayed its own mission statement and the public by holding a secret, nonpublic vote to approve a a radioactive nuclear waste dump at San Onofre State Beach. The public…

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Cancer Deaths Kept Secret: Why the Nuclear Regulatory Commission is killing cancer studies

Does Living Near a Nuclear Power Plant Increase the Risk of Cancer? The NRC has terminated an important cancer study so we may never find out   By Roger Johnson, PhD   About 47 million Americans live within 31 miles of a nuclear power plant (NPP) and 112 million live within 50 miles.  About 2.5 million live within 31 miles of San Onofre.  The 31 mile…

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Del Mar Sea Level Rise (SLR) Risk Assessment & Vulnerability Reports

All Del Mar Sea Level Rise (SLR) Reports, Photos, Maps, Press Release etc. can be found here. Announcement of Del Mar Coastal Hazards Vulnerability & Risk Assessment Project Completion: PRESS RELEASE-Del Mar Coastal Hazards, Vulnerability & Risk Assessment Del Mar Coastal Hazards-Vulnerability & Risk Assessment: Includes; Coastal Flood & Damage, Bluff Erosion, Rail Road Impact, Bluff Retreat Projections, Beach Erosion & Shoreline Change Maps, Bluff Erosion & Cliff…

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King Tides Rule: San Onofre Parking Lot Ripped Out to Sea

In January, San Diego was hit hard with winter storms, funnel clouds, tornado warnings, King Tides and the sudden collapse of Sunset Cliffs. I just couldn’t help but wonder what had happened up at San Onofre State Beach Park, so one day on my way back from meetings in LA, I stopped to see for myself. Having lived in Laguna Beach and Dana Point, I was intimately familiar with the…

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Letter from Charles Langley

From the Desk of Charles Langley Thursday, July 21, 2016 Dear Friend, If you have dug this far into our Web site, then perhaps you are as troubled as I am. And you should be. That’s why I started Public Watchdogs: To expose and prevent fraud and government corruption. They’re killing people and putting your children at risk. Consider these examples: 2007 San Diego Wildfires: (Death…

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Letter from Board Member Nina Babiarz

From the Desk of Nina Babiarz, Public Watchdogs Board Member July 20, 2016 In early 2015 I engaged Public Watchdogs’ Executive Director, Charles Langley to assist me in the development of a transportation program specific to revenue generated and to be spent from the California Cap & Trade Program.  His research and findings on this elusive government regulated clean air credit ‘Wall Street’ type brokerage was…

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