IT IS ABOUT TIME, NOW ON TO NYC AND THE OTHERS. Update: The Salt Lake City Council has unanimously voted to ban cruel and dangerous horse-drawn carriages. It's high time for these cruel and archaic rides to come to an end. Watch out, New York City!
'It is a solar cooker in sunny weather and an umbrella on rainy day. You can boil water, fry eggs, cook potatoes and dumplings, also and soup. It is also perfect for kids who like to learn about solar energy and it is ECO friendly.
I'm writing this post for two reasons. One is to recommend a new book by Columbia astrobiologist Caleb Scharf (who also writes a terrific Scientific American blog, "Life, Unbounded"), and the other is to defend an old book of mine.
It was the summer of 1950, and Miriam Moskowitz was being followed. The men stalked Moskowitz on the subway. They trailed her as she walked to the laundromat. They followed her on a date with her boss and secret lover, Abraham Brothman.
Whether you're a parent who doesn't (and would never) own a gun or part of a family that loves hunting with a dozen weapons under lock and key, there's an awkward conversation worth having with other parents.
One of the series Annie Leonard has created showing us the consequences of our blind obedience to corporate fueled consumerism. Please don't shop today, help to stop the madness. We must find other ways to share joy with those we love.
'...highest electricity rates -- 38 cents a kilowatt-hour compared with the 13-cent national average. Fed up, Greene put solar panels on his roof and batteries in the garage to store the excess juice. He told his utility to come get his power meter.'
Everything evolves. It's the movement of life through time. Those things that are fit for purpose evolve into something even more fit, better adapted and more powerful; those that don't fall by the wayside, or worse, sputter along.
QUOTE: In whites' absence, we will miss nothing but evil on the planet. The new edict states; and, they will have a veil eternally covering their eyes so that they cannot even perceive why their is righteousness in the value of their lives being absent.
The Harper government's frenzy of funding to support veterans continued to rain down Monday, just ahead of what's expected to be a politically toxic report by the auditor general on mental health services for ex-soldiers. In the 48 hours leading up to M
If this was supposed to win over public support for a newly 'invigorated' TTIP, then, sadly, there's little reason to show why it will. Citizens remain out in the cold. The fight around transparency in TTIP continues.