Monday, April 27, 2015

Solar Man Of The Atom

Current issue of Solar Man @ your local comic book store!

Friday, April 18, 2014


From the Pinky & The Brain cartoon series. One of Pinky's favorite expletive "Narf!" stands for Nuclear Attack Readiness Formation. For real!

Thursday, January 30, 2014

Sieg Heil Peekskill

This is a new mural you see entering downtown Peekskill. The problem, first impression one gets, is of a figure giving the Nazi salute! In fact it's Chauncey Depew who was State Senator from 1899 to 1911. In 1908 Depew gave land to Peekskill which became Depew Park. In 1918, he included a statue of himself .

Friday, October 4, 2013

Thursday, October 3, 2013

Sunday, August 4, 2013

Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Mobile Billboard

The folks at Friends of the Earth assisted NukeFree in sponsoring a mobile billboard to promote the shut down of San Onofre. We are looking for one or more green businesses to help us sponsor a similar mobile billboard to shut down Indian Point. Contact: Rock The Reactors

The Paramount theater in Peekskill NY which for years had been controlled by Entergy, owners of Indian Point, is now under new management, friendly to the anti-nuclear community.

Too many artists were boycotting the theater and ticket sales suffered greatly after Rock The Reactors organized a direct action at the theater during a Bob Weir concert in 2007 to bring attention to Paramount/Entergy connection.

We are looking to host events at the Paramount, widening the scope of performers beyond Clearwater’s folk music community. In the past RTR has organized events at the Colony in Woodstock, the Hiro Ballroom in Manhattan, and many other venues in Connecticut in cooperation with GreenDrinks

Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Calling The Kettle Black

What's good for the goose, should be good for the gander!

More kinky stuff

To make the peanut gallery scream!

Sunday, June 16, 2013

Saturday, June 15, 2013

Thursday, March 21, 2013

Friday, February 15, 2013

Green Party of CT - Rock The Reactors contact 50 miles radius editors

Dear editors,

It has become apparent from the most recent pump failure and emergency shutdown at the Indian Point Energy Center in Buchanan NY that there is a pressing need to decommission the nuclear power plants closest to densely populated areas.

Rock The Reactors and the Green Party of Connecticut have identified 5 nuclear power plants in the United States top of the list for putting the public at greatest risk, not only in case of catastrophic accident, but also from long term exposure to chronic mishaps, leaks and daily venting of radioactivity.

The reactors with the most neighbors within a radius of 50 miles are:*

Indian Point, near Buchanan, N.Y., 41 miles upriver from the center of New York City, with 17.2 million people within 50 miles.
San Onofre, near San Clemente, Calif., and 45 miles from San Diego, 8.5 million.
Limerick, near Limerick, Pa., and 28 miles from Philadelphia, 8.0 million.
Dresden, near Morris, Ill., and 43 miles from Chicago, 7.3 million.
Peach Bottom, near Delta, Pa., and 36 miles from Baltimore, 5.5 million.
Hope Creek and Salem, both near Hancocks Bridge, N.J., and 43 miles from Philadelphia, 5.5 million.


The financial firm UBS has recommended to Entergy, owners of the Indian Point Energy Center, that they need to shut down their smaller nuclear power plant in Brattleboro VT to remain financially soluble. This is a Mark 1 reactor, the same design as built by General Electric in Fukushima, Japan. The state of Vermont has accused Entergy of not having sufficient funds in escrow, as required by law, to decommission Vermont Yankee. A similar situation may exist for Indian Point according to our sources.

Remy Chevalier, director of Rock The Reactors, founded in 2006 to enlist the participation of the arts and fashion community in the fight to shut down Indian Point, feels residents of Fairfield County, who live and work in the Indian Point 50-mile evacuation zone, should have a say in their future.

Riverkeeper and other local environmental organizations are in the courts fighting to prevent the NRC from awarding Indian Point a renewed operating license which would allow Indian Point to continue playing Russian Roulette with the lives of 20 million people for another 20 to 40 years, or until an accident permanently shuts down the plant.

Riverkeeper has demonstrated that Indian Point only provides a small portion of electricity to New York City and New York's 19th district, comprising Westchester, Orange, Rockland, Putnam and Dutchess counties. Electricity today can easily be made up through conservation, improved technologies like LEDs, and alternative energy generation like solar or wind.

Rock The Reactors and the Green Party of Connecticut ask that our local representatives in Fairfield County raise their voices in opposition to the relicensing of the Indian Point nuclear power plant in solidarity with our neighbors in New York.


Remy Chevalier
Green Party state senate candidate
Environmental Library Fund
25 Newtown Turnpike
Weston CT 06883

David Bedell
Green Party state representative candidate
Secretary, Fairfield County Green Party
116 New Norwalk Road
New Canaan, CT  06840