EQNEEDF views on Politics, Environment, Energy, Health, National, and Foreign Affairs - 2012

                ENERGY QUEST National Energy Efficient Development Inc.

Puesta de sol en una playa de California

Puesta de sol en una playa de California

ENERGY QUEST PUBLICATIONS  FOR SALE

 

 

For years, beginning in 1979, I began believing that we should fight the energy crisis as if it were equivalent to a national war. So like anyone interested in a subject, I began researching and studying renewable energy technologies, environment and natural resources. Some where or maybe at the beginning I became interested in politics.

 

I began publishing books, built websites and gave away free my publications either in book forum or the internet in a web site known as energyquestsearch.com, no longer on line.

 

In 1995, the California Energy Commission trademarked Energy Quest and built a web site using my books title and began educating the public about renewable energy technologies and energy efficient devices/products like I was doing.

 

There was no way I could match California’s resources, yet for years I have tried, hoping someone in congress could review the gray area between copyright and trademark where it relates to a product as a result of books, i.e., educating the public on renewable energy, etc.

 

In my view, my intellectual property was stolen and the creation of Energy Quest by its author, EQNEEDF, me, not Ca. Energy Commission, for the purpose aforementioned, in which the author published first, prior to Ca. Energy Commission obtaining the trademark, testifies to the legal theft.

 

I guess the law says you can screw citizens out of there ideas in print as long as you trademark the title of the book where the ideas came from, using the authors published ideas to build your own similar platform of educating the public the same subject to author tried to do.

 

I hope selling my books publicly to anyone or entity in the world, results in famous scientist coming together to publish books for profit, since I can’t compete with the California Energy Commission, under the Titles:

 

Energy Quest
(T. X. 731-268) Ser. 0002 (AOC/VPA)
Original Conception: July 1979 through 1980

First Publication

Date of registration: 2-26-81

Copyright:  "Compilation and Additional Text."

 

Energy Quest: Political and Economic Rights
(T. X. 947-659)
First Publication

Date of registration: 7-27-82

 

Energy Quest: Encyclopedias Energy Efficient Devices/Products
(T. X. U. 289-014)
First Publication

Date of registration: 9-26-86

Copyright:  "Compilation and Additional Text."

 

Energy Quest Search
(T. X. 5-427-778)
First Publication

Date of registration: 5-21-01
Copyright:  "Compilation and Additional Text."

 

Energy Quest: Renewable Energy Technologies

Original Conception: July 1979 through 1980

Originally published on a web site 2001 to 2002 titled:energyquestsearch.com

First Publication under Energy Quest Search Date of registration: 05-21-01

Second Publication Date prepared for submission for Copyright: August 6, 2002

Copyright Sought After: "Compilation and Additional Text."

Original Conception: March 2001

Second revision: June 15 through July 15, 2002.

Third revision and 2nd Copyright March 2007

 

Energy Quest: A Balanced Approach Supplying the U.S. It's Thirst for Energy

Original Conception: March 2001

Originally published on a web site 2001 to 2002 titled:energyquestsearch.com

First Publication under Energy Quest Search Date of registration: 05-21-01

Second revision: June 15 through July 15, 2002.

Originally published on a web site 2001 to 2002 titled:energyquestsearch.com

Second Publication Date prepared for submission for Copyright: August 6, 2002

Copyright Sought After: "Compilation and Additional Text."

Third revision and 2nd Copyright March 2007

 

Energy Quest: Encyclopedias Energy Efficient Devices/Products - Revision

Original Conception: 1982

First Publication Date of registration: 9-26-86

(T. X. U.289-014)

1986; 1996 and2001 addressed to the Public accessed on a web site 2001 to2002 titled: energyquestsearch.com

NO.: 1-4276-0457-

Second Revision: March 2001

Third Revision: June 15, 2002

Second Publication

Date prepared for submission for Copyright: August 6, 2002

Copyright Sought After: "Compilation and Additional Text."

Third revision and 2nd Copyright March 2007

 

Energy Quest: Environment and Natural Resources

Original Conception: March 2001

Originally published on a web site 2001 to 2002 titled:energyquestsearch.com

Second revision: June 15 through July 15, 2002

First Publication

Date prepared for submission for Copyright: August 6, 2002

Copyright Sought After: "Compilation and Additional Text."

Original Conception: March 2001 Second revision: June 15 through July 15, 2002

Third revision February 2007

Date prepared for submission for 2nd Copyright: March 2007

 

Energy Quest Search: Resources

Original Conception: March 2001

Originally published on a web site 2001 to 2002 titled: energyquestsearch.com

Second revision: June 15 through July 15, 2002

First Publication

Date prepared for submission for Copyright: August 6, 2002

Copyright Sought After:  “Compilation and Additional Text."

Original Conception: March 2001 Second revision: June 15 through July 15, 2002. Third revision and 2nd Copyright March 2007

 

ENERGY QUEST HISTORY

1 of 6 pages of EQ History and EQ NEEDF Letters: (1); (2); (3); (4); (5) and (6) from 1979 to 2001 frozen in time.

 

Energy Quest Navy Records - 1979 to 1981

Chapter XXXIV

Appendix I

 

Comments on the October 16, 2012 Presidential debate and Introduction of:

 

Energy Quest Publications

Energy Quest Encyclopedia’s Energy Efficient Devices/Products

National Deficit Federal Renewable Reserve Depository (FRRD)

Renewable Exploitation Financial Quest (FEFQ)

Renewable Production Return Investment Development Exploitation (RPRIDE)

Part I of II

Part II of II

 

EQNEEDFviewson Politics, Environment, Energy, Health, National, and Foreign Affairs

 

45 Billion Lost in Green Job Development by the Federal Government - 6 October 2012

Federal Renewable Reserve Depository (FRRD) and Americas Plight

 

Energy Quest publications were created in order to allow an individual to quickly research issues and positions of those involved in determining the best possible management of our environment and natural resources. Energy Quest Search represents Energy Quest Publications. Energy Quest Publications copyrights sought after and granted by the U. S. Copyright Office are for "Compilation and Additional Text."

 

Years ago when I thought renewable energy technologies would be presented to the public much differently, Energy Quest publications were offered but only the CALIFORNIA ENERGY COMMISSION responded by trade marketing my books name, ownership by EQ established in 1979.

 

At least someone thought Energy Quest was useful.

 

With the right Scientists, 8 books can be published throwing away my content replacing it with your content. In fact, for the purpose of auction of Energy Quest Publications, the content has no value as it’s the titles that have value and in the right hands, Energy Quest could easily sell a million copies of content produced by individuals whom are recognized fort there expertise and works of authorship.

 

A wealthy individual that can buy there own printing equipment, hire professionals and produce either one or eight books, 1 million books would sell very easily, while 100,000 libraries world wide at the minimum would be interested in a volume set or individual books.

 

One Million five hundred thousand dollars buys all Energy Quest Publications. EQNEED Inc. is presently in active and status is revoked.

 

ENERGY QUEST & U. S. AIRCRAFT CARRIER DEPLOYMENT HISTORY PUBLICATIONS has  evolved from EQNEED Inc.

 

 

 

http://nvsos.gov/sosentitysearch/CorpDetails.aspx?lx8nvq=2nMh4ZWh1BcgVu0ENXbuoA%253d%253d&nt7=0

 

In my view, any country in the world or company that is not America’s or Israel’s enemies is welcome to buy Energy Quest and I would partner with Israel.

 

Keep in mind that copyrights are protected works of authorship and exist for many years after an author’s death; the only reason the California Energy Commission hasn’t published a book titled Energy Quest in my opinion.

 

The profit margin for a 850-page book is between around $10.00 to $15.000 per book, while books with less pages reduce publication costs therefore maintaining a similar profit margin, sold individually or as a volume set, advertised in today’s technological media made possible by the internet, accompanied with commercials on television, cable and radio stations, magazines and newspapers, would easily be enough for public awareness to sell millions of copies of these books or CD’s.

 

If the books don’t sell so be it, but know this, Energy Quest belongs to the EQNEED Inc., not the California Energy Commission and I hope the entity that purchases these copyrights shows the California Energy Commission there trade marking Energy Quest has no value up against the real deal.

 

If I had the money, I’d advertise Energy Quest on a billboard every where I could in Sacramento, the city of my birth.

 

Purchaser will have to meet with the author in person to sign ownership agreement of all Energy Quest Publications in San Diego, California.

 

California Energy Commission could benefit from the sells of a volume set or individual books, easily creating 50 million in books revenue for there state and I believe the books in the possession of the trademark entity would be valuable even though they obtained there trademark for energy Quest through a gray area in the law, rudely acquired in my view as the purpose in trade marketing Energy Quest was to do what the author had done, was doing and continued to do from 1979 to 1995 to present.

 

Lesson to all authors whom have a spiffy titles for there books that has with it, a product, don’t fail to trademark your books title because anyone can legally rip you off, circumventing fairness with a trademark and even do the exact same thing you did in your book on a web site.

 

My web sites and U. S. Navy History, U. S. Aircraft Carrier History, Civil Rights Books and EBooks are located at:

 

http://www.eqneedinc.com

http://www.energyquestneedf.com

http://www.smalltruckingbusinessbudget.com

http://www.uscarrierhistory.com and http://www.uscarrierhistory2.com

http://www.ussmidwaycvbcva-41.com and http://www.ussmidwaycvacv-41.com

http://www.ussabrahamlincolncvn-72.com

 

I broke my neck in 1985 and it took me ten years to adjust with several surgeries, illnesses and sicknesses but I never stopped promoting Energy Quest or producing renewable energy and environment and natural resources books and when I found out that California Energy Commission trademarked my book title and there product was similar, I felt like a crushed bug with no money to do anything, none the less trademark anything.

 

If you can’t afford to trademark your copyrighted material, don’t be to surprised if some entity trademarks your books title and does what your doing but under a trademark publishing books on the same topic you did.


The contents of my books in my view is sufficient and accurate, educating anyone on the aforementioned subjects of my books and content of every book is included with the exception of FRRD Proposal, yet EQ could still participate in the program..

 

Four copy rights of Energy Quest presented here to and four others that were copyrighted under Energy Quest Search, totaling eight books that were published, 6 on the internet in 2001, all with spiffy titles for sale.

 

Name recognition is another reason a company might buy Energy Quest Publications, yet for every reason why an entity might buy these publications, there is an equal number of reasons why no one would want to buy these books, although I can only think of one, the price.

 

I spoke to copyright/trademark representative of the copyright office and the agent told me that the copyright office has an attorney for six months to review a trademark request.

 

What’s not clear to me is the gray area of similar products originated from either a book or a web site-that has a trademark as compared to a copyright in relationship to the likelihood of confusion of the entity that is educating the public?

 

I see on the internet the following web site use ENERGY QUEST as well.

 

http://www.facebook.com/unctv

http://www.facebook.com/CAEnergy

http://www.facebook.com/Marketwire

http://www.facebook.com/alaskapublic

http://www.facebook.com/ourfutureplanet

http://www.marketwatch.com/investing/stock/eqst

http://www.facebook.com/events/283302841752086

http://www.werksmanlaw.com/CM/Custom/ThankYou.asp

http://www.alaskapublic.org/2012/04/30/energy-quest-usa

http://www.facebook.com/pages/EnergyQuest/159190014118302

 

Energy Quest Inc.

EQST: OTCQB; Industrials/Environmental Services

 

Company Information

 

Energy Quest Inc. (Energy Quest) is a development-stage company in the development and production of hydrogen-enriched alternative fuels. It designs, builds, leases and operates the gasification technologies with application within the energy field that involves Pyrolysis Steam Reformer (PyStR), which utilizes steam for reforming of coal and other carbonaceous feedstocks, and separates hydrogen and carbon dioxide into separate streams; M2 Fluidized Bed Gas Generator (M2), an air blown fluid bed gasifier, which converts waste solid fuel sources into gaseous form, and modular advanced controlled air incinerator, which allows for incineration of waste, and is suited to medical waste and moderately prepared municipal waste. On August 3, 2009, the Company signed a joint venture agreement with Crude Oil Petroleum Services Corporation to form a company, known as EnviroTec Services in the Province of Alberta, Canada.

 

Energy Quest Inc.
103 Firetower Road LEESBURG GA 31763-3755
Phone: +1 (229) 759-9176
Fax: n.a.
Web site

http://topics.nytimes.com/top/news/business/companies/energy-quest-inc/index.html

 

Energy quest in The Woodlands, TX

American Energy Quest LP

4200 Research Forest Dr # 110, Spring, TX 77381

 

Energy Quest

 

4526 Research Forest Dr, Spring, TX 77381

 

PetroQuest Energy

Photo450 Gears Rd, Houston, TX 77067 (713) 784-8300


When an entity uses another persons product that is copyrighted (four separate books titled ENERGY QUEST) to do the same thing the owner of ENERGY QUEST has done or is doing, me, can such a trademark be fairly granted or can I or anyone trademark the title of anyone’s work of authorship that is copyrighted if in fact the entity that acquired a trademark, does the exact same thing with the title that the author has and is doing?

 

If trade marking anyone’s book title is legal, then the title “America is Screwed,” could be viable if the author didn’t trademark his book title, yet in doing so, I don’t see where a similarity would occur for any product that could be sold as a result of trade remarking this book title other then having acquired a spiffy name for a Shirt or web site.

 

My books title, ENERGY QUEST, a series or volumes, has a product, the same product of the ENERGY QUEST trademarked owner, Ca. Energy Commission who in 1995 began educating the public, publishing energy, environment and natural resources information on their web site titled ENERGY QUEST, top include renewable energy technologies.

 

If I was to post that I’m ENERGY QUEST for example on a large billboard on the same block of CA Energy Commission building location, without issuing any disclaimers that CA Energy Commission has trademarked ENERGY QUEST, could I be sued in an effort to sell my products?

 

How, I'm Energy Quest?

 

The example while rude could be replaced with news paper ads. So, how does the public not know the difference unless I tell them in my ad or for that matter, others?


When an entity uses another persons product that is copyrighted (four separate books titled ENERGY QUEST) to do the same thing the owner of ENERGY QUEST has done or is doing, me, can such a trademark be fairly granted or can I or anyone trademark the title of anyone’s work of authorship that is copyrighted if in fact the entity that acquired a trademark, does the exact same thing with the title that the author has and is doing?

 

If trade marking anyone’s book title is legal, then the title “America is Screwed,” could be viable if the author didn’t trademark his book title, yet in doing so, I don’t see where a similarity would occur for any product that could be sold as a result of trade remarking this book title other then having acquired a spiffy name for a Shirt or web site.

 

My books title, ENERGY QUEST, a series of volumes, has a product, the same product of the ENERGY QUEST trademarked owner, CA Energy Commission who in 1995 began educating the publishing ENERGY QUEST as a title on a web site, of renewable energy technologies.

 

If I was to post that I’m ENERGY QUEST for example on a large billboard on the same block of CA Energy Commission building location, without issuing any disclaimers that CA Energy Commission has trademarked ENERGY QUEST, could I be sued in an effort to sell my products?

 

How, I'm Energy Quest?

 

The example while rude could be replaced with news paper ads. So, how does the public not know the difference unless I tell them in my ad?

 

Yet I don't have to say anything in my add but if CA Energy Commission wants to educate the public there not affiliated with Energy Quest, go ahead, it will make there use of Energy Quest worthless, because anyone who owns these copyrights can legally advertise the product as Energy Quest.

 

Either CA ENERGY COMMISSION or I, the EQNEEDF are the only ones legally allowed to advertise products under Energy Quest, although in my view the Ca. Energy Commission wrongfully acquired the trademark even though they may have had the legal right to do, questioned by me.

http://www.eqneedinc.com

http://www.uscarrierhistory.com


What I know?

 

Trademark infringement is a violation of the exclusive rights attaching to a trademark without the authorization of the trademark owner or any licensees (provided that such authorization was within the scope of the license). Infringement may occur when one party, the "infringer", uses a trademark which is identical or confusingly similar to a trademark owned by another party, in relation to products or services which are identical or similar to the products or services which the registration covers. An owner of a trademark may commence legal proceedings against a party which infringes its registration.

 

In many countries, (but not in the United States, which recognizes common law trademark rights), a trademark which is not registered cannot be "infringed" as such, and the trademark owner cannot bring infringement proceedings. Instead, the owner may be able to commence proceedings under the common law for passing off or misrepresentation, or under legislation which prohibits unfair business practices. In some jurisdictions, infringement of trade dress may also be actionable.

 

Where the respective marks or products or services are not identical, similarity will generally be assessed by reference to whether there is a likelihood of confusion that consumers will believe the products or services originated from the trademark owner.

 

Likelihood of confusion is not necessarily measured by actual consumer confusion, though normally one of the elements, but by a series of criteria Courts have established. A prime example is the test announced by the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals in AMF, Inc v Sleekcraft Boats, 599 F.2d 341 (C.A.9) 1979. The Court there announced eight specific elements to measure likelihood of confusion:

 

1. Strength of the mark

2. Proximity of the goods

3. Similarity of the marks

4. Evidence of actual confusion

5. Marketing channels used

6. Type of goods and the degree of care likely to be exercised by the purchaser

7. Defendant's intent in selecting the mark

8. Likelihood of expansion of the product lines[1]

 

Other Courts have fashioned their own tests for likelihood of confusion—like those announced in In re E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Co., 476 F.2d 1357, 177 USPQ 563 (CCPA 1973), known collectively as the DuPont factors.

 

If the respective marks and products or services are entirely dissimilar, trademark infringement may still be established if the registered mark is well known pursuant to the Paris Convention. In the United States, a cause of action for use of a mark for such dissimilar services is called trademark dilution.

 

In some jurisdictions a party other than the owner (e.g. a licensee) may be able to pursue trademark infringement proceedings against an infringer if the owner fails to do so.

 

The party accused of infringement may be able to defeat infringement proceedings if it can establish a valid exception (e.g. comparative advertising) or defence (e.g. laches) to infringement, or attack and cancel the underlying registration (e.g. for non-use) upon which the proceedings are based.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trademark_infringement

 

Notable cases

 

· Facebook, Inc. v. Power Ventures, Inc., case still pending.

· Google, Inc. v. American Blind & Wallpaper Factory, Inc., in which Google's AdWords program was alleged to be in violation of trademark.

· Rescuecom Corp. v. Google Inc., in which the use of trademarks in Google's AdWords program was found to be a "use in commerce" under the Lanham Act.

· Network Automation, Inc. v. Advanced Systems Concepts, Inc., in which the use of a competitor's trademark as an Internet advertisement search keyword was found to not constitute trademark infringement.

 

College Network, Inc. v. Moore Educational Publishers, Inc., in which the use of a competitor's trademark does not qualify as a "use in commerce" is upheld.

 

See also

 

· Madrid Protocol

· Canadian trademark law

· Exhaustion of rights

· Passing off

· Trade dress

· Trademark Counterfeiting Act of 1984

· Patent infringement

 

Copyright infringement

 

References

 

AMF, Inc v Sleekcraft Boats, 599 F.2d 341 (C.A.9) 1979

 

External links

 

· World Intellectual Property Organization

· Madrid Protocol Text of Treaty

· Pfizer Inc. Must Pay $143 Million to Trovan Ltd. in Largest Trademark Judgement Ever Awarded in the United States

· Section 43(a) of the Lanham Act (15 U.S.C. 1125(a))

· The Trade Mark Act (UK)

· Trademark infringement FAQ Blog

· Study of Alleged Trademark Infringement Against Global Brands in Internet Search Advertising

 

On 20 October 2012, New York, Los Angeles and Sacramento, Ca. Newspapers were notified of the sale of Energy Quest:

 

ENERGY QUEST and EQNEED INC. for sale for $5,500,000.00 http://www.eqneedinc.com/index_files/Page7336.htm

 

http://www.facebook.com/CAEnergy

http://www.facebook.com/Marketwire

http://www.facebook.com/ourfutureplanet

http://www.facebook.com/unctv

http://www.facebook.com/alaskapublic

http://www.alaskapublic.org/2012/04/30/energy-quest-usa

http://www.marketwatch.com/investing/stock/eqst

http://www.facebook.com/events/283302841752086

http://www.facebook.com/pages/EnergyQuest/159190014118302

 

Energy Quest Inc.

EQST: OTCQB; Industrials/Environmental Services

 

Company Information

 

Energy Quest Inc. (Energy Quest) is a development-stage company in the development and production of hydrogen-enriched alternative fuels. It designs, builds, leases and operates the gasification technologies with application within the energy field that involves Pyrolysis Steam Reformer (PyStR), which utilizes steam for reforming of coal and other carbonaceous feedstocks, and separates hydrogen and carbon dioxide into separate streams; M2 Fluidized Bed Gas Generator (M2), an air blown fluid bed gasifier, which converts waste solid fuel sources into gaseous form, and modular advanced controlled air incinerator, which allows for incineration of waste, and is suited to medical waste and moderately prepared municipal waste. On August 3, 2009, the Company signed a joint venture agreement with Crude Oil Petroleum Services Corporation to form a company, known as EnviroTec Services in the Province of Alberta, Canada.

 

Energy Quest Inc.
103 Firetower Road LEESBURG GA 31763-3755
Phone: +1 (229) 759-9176
Fax: n.a.
Web site

http://topics.nytimes.com/top/news/business/companies/energy-quest-inc/index.html

 

Energy quest in The Woodlands, TX

American Energy Quest LP

4200 Research Forest Dr # 110, Spring, TX 77381

 

Energy Quest

 

4526 Research Forest Dr, Spring, TX 77381

 

PetroQuest Energy

Photo450 Gears Rd, Houston, TX 77067 (713) 784-8300

 

New York Press Association

1681 Western Avenue

Albany, NY 12203

518-464-6483

518-464-6489 (fax)

http://www.nynewspapers.com/home.aspx

 

The Sacramento Gazette
770 L Street, Suite 950
Sacramento, CA 95814-3361
PHONE: (916) 567-9654
FAX: (888) 567-1193

E-mail us:
sacgazette@aol.com

http://www.sacgazette.com

 

InsidePublications.com

East Sac • The City • Arden
Phone 916-441-7026      FAX 916-443-5078

http://insidepublications.com

 

Sacramento Gazette Newspaper

555 University Ave, Sacramento, CA 95825 (916) 567-9654

 

Inside East Sacramento

Serving the Sacramento Area. (916) 441-7026

 

Sacramento Observer

2330 Alhambra Blvd, Sacramento, CA 95817 (916) 452-4781

 

The Daily Recorder

901 H St # 312, Sacramento, CA 95814 (916) 444-2355

 

Sacramento Bee

2100 Q St, Sacramento, CA 95816 (916) 321-1000

 

Sacramento Gazette Newspaper

770 L St Ste 950, Sacramento, CA 95814 (916) 525-9200

 

Union Tribune

 

925 L St, Sacramento, CA 95814 (916) 498-9091

 

Our Days Russian Christian Newspaper

Sacramento, CA 94203 (916) 457-2626

 

California Horsetrader

Sacramento, CA 95827 (916) 366-1294

 

Capitol Mission

925 L St, Sacramento, CA 95814 (916) 443-5883

 

Valley Community Newspapers Inc

394 Florin Rd, Sacramento, CA 95831 (916) 429-9901

 

Outword Magazine

1 Ebbtide Ct, Sacramento, CA 95831 (916) 329-9280

 

S F Chronicle Correspondent

925 L St, Sacramento, CA 95814 (916) 325-3216

 

NikkeiWest

PO Box 22400, Sacramento, CA 95822 (916) 837-4178

 

Los Angeles Times

1215 K St # 1750, Sacramento, CA 95814 (916) 321-4400

 

Chico News & Review

1407 J St, Sacramento, CA 95814 (530) 894-2300

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Veterans Press

1722 J St, Sacramento, CA 95811 (916) 444-0061

 

Sacramento Business Journal

1400 X St # 100, Sacramento, CA 95818 (916) 447-7661

Website

 

Hanzlik Media Management Inc

1124 Del Paso Blvd, Sacramento, CA 95815 (916) 551-1770

Website

 

Capitol Weekly

3473 Swallows Nest Ln, Sacramento, CA 95833 (916) 444-7665

Website

 

Anons Russian Newspaper

2935 Fulton Ave, Sacramento, CA 95821 (916) 483-5454

 

California Job Journal

3050 Fite Cir, Sacramento, CA 95827 (916) 925-0800

Website

 

Business Law Daily

Sacramento, CA 95864 (916) 913-1276

Website

 

Trackers Distribution

8175 Alpine Ave # E, Sacramento, CA 95826 (916) 739-0614

 

West Sacramento Press

834 Jefferson Blvd, West Sacramento, CA 95691 (916) 371-2397

1.8 miles

» Website

 

News-Ledger

1040 W Capitol Ave, West Sacramento, CA 95691 (916) 371-8030

Website

 

C & R News

2949 Promenade St, West Sacramento, CA 95691 (916) 372-6062

Website

 

Rio Linda Elverta News

6808 Front St, Rio Linda, CA 95673 (916) 991-3000

 

Placer Sentinel

7405 Greenback Ln, Citrus Heights, CA 95610 (916) 773-1111

 

Carmichael Times Newspaper

7144 Fair Oaks Blvd, Carmichael, CA 95608 (916) 483-0946

http://www.yellowpages.com/sacramento-ca/newspapers

 

TV Log of Sacramento

4778 Dewey Dr, Fair Oaks, CA 95628 (916) 487-3476

 

Grapevine Independent

Photo3338 Mather Field Rd, Rancho Cordova, CA 95670 (916) 361-1234

Website

 

Placer Sentinel Newspaper

7144 Fair Oaks Blvd, Carmichael, CA 95608 (530) 823-2463

Website

 

El Hispano Newspaper

PhotoServing the Sacramento Area. (916) 442-0267

 

Northern Ca Anglers Publs

Elk Grove, CA 95624 (916) 685-2245

 

Sacramento News & Review

PhotoServing the Sacramento Area. (916) 498-1234

 

Capitol Weekly

Serving the Sacramento Area. (916) 444-7665

 

River Valley Times

Elk Grove, CA 95624 (916) 685-5533

 

Grapevine Independent

Elk Grove, CA 95624 (916) 685-5533

 

Galt Herald

Elk Grove, CA 95624 (916) 685-5533

 

Our Days Russian Christian

Serving the Sacramento Area. (916) 457-2626

 

North Sac News

PO Box 904, North Highlands, CA 95660 (916) 334-6700

Website

 

South County News

2050 E Main St, Woodland, CA 95776 (530) 662-9745

 

Family & Business, Gold Family Publishing

(916) 225-5764

http://www.yellowpages.com/sacramento-ca/newspapers?page=2

 

The Coal Industry was notified through:

 

Bill Reid
Publisher and Manager
Coal News, Inc.
106 Tamarack Street
Bluefield, WV 24701-4573
Phone: 304-327-6777
Mobile: 304-920-2588
Fax: 304-327-6777
E-mail:
billreid007@comcast.net

 

Heather M. Turner
Assistant Editor
Coal News, Inc.
106 Tamarack Street
Bluefield, WV 24701-4573
Phone: 304-327-6777
Fax: 304-327-6777
E-mail:
heathermturner@comcast.net

 

Melinda McClure
Advertising Manager
Coal News, Inc.
106 Tamarack Street
Bluefield, WV 24701-4573
Phone: 304-920-3021
E-mail:
melinda@coalnews.net

http://www.coalnews.net/contact.php

 

In 2001 I mailed a copy of many Energy Quest Books to Larry Flint, Hustler Magazine, but he was only

interested in sex, so I was surprised he ran for Governor of California. I sent a message to him on his

facebook as well as ABC News, FOX and bunch of people and businesses as well.

 

 

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