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Thresholds

What’s your threshold?  – Derrick Jensen In private conversations and on public boards, I’m hearing, and I’m asking, “what’s it gonna take for people to do something?” Whether it’s out of control police or spying or extraction or pollution……all of … Continue reading

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Hypocrisy, thy name is America

President Obama danced right up to the edge, then jeted back to safety. And a good thing. We watched John Kerry’s denunciation of Assad and the “reasons” we need to punish him. As is so often the case, do you … Continue reading

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Missing Mishigami

The older we get, whether we want to or not, we learn to say goodbye. I’ve lived in Michigan since I was four years old. We’ve lived on the southwestern side of the Lower Peninsula since 1960. I’ve always loved … Continue reading

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A Time to Kill

So, the global air conditioning unit known as the Arctic Ice Cap will be gone even sooner than 2017 (which was already extremely bad news for the planet).  It could be gone this year.  Not that you would hear about … Continue reading

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Doom and Gloom

Today, I seem to have nothing to say. British Petroleum says a mouthful for me: Peak Oil solved, but climate will fry: BP report We (America) are no longer driving the bus off the cliff, if that is any consolation: … Continue reading

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