Do we really need to import toxic waste from space now?
So, I got called a hypocrite the other day on G+ for talking about Canada’s withdrawal from Kyoto (You can look it up here if you really want to.) It wasn’t a huge deal, you get these trolls now and again, but it got me thinking. Why do I put it out there? Why do… Continue reading »
Well, it’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas, at least in our mailbox. Today the flyers outnumbered the total pages of our two (TWO!) community newspapers. Sadly, there are more deals than news right now. 16,000 plus people in our region. Let the wild rumpus start! And we don’t even have a Walmart. (Yet… Continue reading »
The #Occupy protests that are currently sweeping the world seem to have caught our masters off guard. The totally non-violent approach, brought to the elites by Gene Sharp, author of From Dictatorship to Democracy has already proven effective in some of the most repressive regimes of modern times. Will it work here, in the heartland… Continue reading »
With the coinage of ‘sustainable development,’ the defenders of the unsteady state have won a few more years’ moratorium from the painful process of thinking. – Garrett Hardin Sustainability is serious business. Just ask BMW and their new i brand of sustainable vehicles, You would have to agree that they are beautifully engineered machines, but… Continue reading »
Few of us can easily surrender our belief that society must somehow make sense. The thought that the state has lost its mind and is punishing so many innocent people is intolerable. And so the evidence has to be internally denied. – Arthur Miller I recently started commenting on the news and politics stories at… Continue reading »