Environmental Terrorism

My Favorite Cathouse

There is a cathouse in Long Island, a suburb of New York City, that I love to visit. I always bring something for everyone there to drink and I always enjoy myself. Curious? OK, it’s not that type of cathouse. 😆 It’s actually a small house someone built for cats that hang out in an […]

A Thought About Christopher Columbus

Was Christopher Columbus an explorer or a psychopath? Or was he both? He was a rapist, murderer and slave trader. We know that from historic documents. He received money from a powerful woman in Spain and traveled the Atlantic Ocean in search of a shorter route to India and a shortcut to wealth. To rape, […]

How Prison Labor is the New American Slavery and Most of Us Unknowingly Support it

As we all know, there is no democracy in the United States today. We left that behind years ago when we decided to trade in freedom and dignity for efficiency, technological advances and gadgets of convenience. Then, it was cemented when we decided to place more importance on protecting the wealth of wealthy people and […]

Important News

Originally posted on Voices from the Margins:
Carol A. Hand Normally, I avoid posting more than one article on my blog in a day. Recently, I rarely post more than once a week. But I just received the Monday Report my Congressional Representative, Rick Nolan, shares with his constituents. Below is an excerpt with crucial…

A Tale Of Two Worlds

There are these two distinctly different ideologies at odds in the Americas today. One places all people at the center by providing affordable housing, affordable education, health care for all, a diverse economy which includes government-sponsored programs to give opportunities to artists and other people who are left out of “free market” economies, holds actual […]

Lessons In Life

The First Commandment of Capitalism? Obedient people are designed that way.

Western Governors Seek to Weaken Endangered Species Act

Originally posted on Summit County Citizens Voice:
Suggested changes would lead to extinction of some species A lynx kitten in Colorado. Photo courtesy Colorado Parks and Wildlife. Staff Report Governors of western states talk a good game when it comes to natural resources conservation, but when the rubber hits the road, they’ve never really been…