Published on Tuesday, February 16, 2016 by Common Dreams by Lauren McCauley, staff writer The influential economist Thomas Piketty is the most recent trans-Atlantic observer to note that the “incredible success of the ‘socialist’ Bernie Sanders” is indicative of a deeper, populist movement that’s brewing across the United States. In a column published in the French newspaper Le Monde […]
Published on Friday, August 14, 2015 by Common Dreams by Jon Queally, staff writer While also foregoing the opportunity to condemn the establishment of a torture program authorized and ordered by his brother, Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush has said he won’t rule out the future use of torture if he becomes commander-in-chief and deems it necessary. “I don’t […]
You would have to regulate corporations. You simply would have to. I mean, any serious climate action has to intervene in the economy. You would have to subsidize renewable energy, which also breaks their worldview.
Art Robinson published material this past weekend with regard to the status of two of his adult sons and one adult daughter who are graduate students in Oregon State University’s Department of Nuclear Engineering and Radiation Health Physics.
The NY Times has revealed that the Environmental Protection Agency has succumbed to political pressure from the oil and gas industry, hid study results, narrowed the focus of its studies and consequently threatened the drinking water of millions of people.
One of the many complaints about the Port’s option to buy land on the North Spit from Weyco is the perceived lack of public process possibly denying input from concerned citizens. Several letters have been written to the State attorney general regarding the legality of two appraisals
Fox News received a lot of heckling today for what is perceived as biased reporting and artful omission of facts during its coverage of the Madison, Wisconsin protests. The video below is very telling and the reporter refers to the protesters as ‘hecklers’.
Cam Parry definitely exudes energy and enthusiasm and offers lots of interesting ideas. Hopefully we can all work together to implement some of those ideas and build a foundation that embraces input from a diverse group as recommended by the SDAT final report.
Hardly a revelation to anyone who has bothered to fact check the cable news network but coming from an insider this is heady stuff, and apparently Roger Ailes hasn’t figured out who the stool pigeon is.