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2018 Predictions

Yes, it’s time for predictions for the coming year, and frankly, it’s going to be a supremely bad year for everyone but the healthy and the rich. I think most of what Americans will face in 2018 is what I … Continue reading

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Show me the evidence

2014 is shaping up to be an epic year.   And I do take a bit of satisfaction in having predicted it all.  Water is becoming quite the issue. Take a look at Brazil.  Did you know that over 200 municipalities … Continue reading

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Adrift on the sea of despair

Five days into May, Michigan seems almost normal, weather-wise.  After a cold March and historic flooding in April, we have sun and temperatures in the 70s.  It didn’t feel normal, because last year, we had temps in the 80s and … Continue reading

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Keystone must be killed

I don’t know about you, but I’m feeling a bit overwhelmed these days. Our government has gone mad. In Texas, Eleanor Fairchild was arrested for trespassing on her own property. A foreign country (Canada) has seized her property via eminent … Continue reading

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Put on the Clown Shoes

A few years ago, the Sierra Club sent us a nice little map of the United States of America. It’s pretty.  All of the areas at or below sea level are colored a deep, dark green. The country is going … Continue reading

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