The costs of war are many: –Human lives–civilians and soldiers–ours and theirs –Monetary Costs –Destruction of cities, towns, and entire infrastructures: hospitals, schools, businesses, roads, bridges, airports, neighborhoods, homes, … Continue reading The Costs of War
It’s mind blowing to think that if the United States had continued investing in and subsidizing research and development into solar energy as President Carter began to back in the 1970s –many of … Continue reading Are Fossil Fuels Worth Killing and Dying For?
Solar and wind are now becoming cheaper than oil, gas, coal, and nuclear! Solar and wind provide the opportunity for individuals and the U.S. as a country to be energy … Continue reading Compare Energy Costs–Clean vs. Dirty
Fracking and pipelines for fracked oil or gas have become problematic for many communities because of health and safety issues and lost property. Our wildlife, bodies of water, drinking water, … Continue reading The Dangers of Fracking
So in this picture, the ice cream is the part that corporate America gets under “trickle down economics” and the drips on the cone are what 99 percent of the … Continue reading Why Trickle Down Economics Doesn’t Work
I was so excited when I saw on Democracy Now that ten days ago, TWO-THIRDS OF THE United Nations voted to adopt the nuclear weapons ban treaty. 122 of the … Continue reading Historic Treaty On the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons Is Passed By the U.N.!
I am excited to find this new way to connect and share ideas and information with you! Here’s a little bit about me! For years I have supported my passion … Continue reading Welcome To My Blog!