An Array of Utopian Flowers
- Jack Eidt’s ‘The Blue Basement’ on Luna Review
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- Arnold Schoenberg’s Sound, Ecstatic, Innovative, Aware of Catastrophes
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- Visual Poems, Silent Dances of the Maquette Theatre
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- On Wild Rivers, Hydroelectric Dams, and Whitewater Rafting the American
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- Field Guide to Adventures in Tropical Botany
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- Jack Eidt’s ‘The Blue Basement’ on Luna Review
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- Posted on May 2, 2015 | 7 CommentsWhat kind of President would Hillary Clinton be? According to her record, she has consistently favored big business, multinational billionaires and the national security state, at the expense of the "everyday Americans" she claims to "champion." Not in the least progressive.
- Posted on March 12, 2015 | No CommentsDana Frank writes on why the U.S. must stop funneling money to Honduras for repressive militarization and "free trade" projects that sacrifice labor and environmental standards in favor of multinational corporate hegemony. He must start treating its president like the corrupt ruler he really is.
- Posted on October 6, 2014 | 1 CommentA surge in rail transport has accounted for hundreds of thousands of gallons of spilled crude oil, more than the previous four decades combined. Ross Hammond from ForestEthics outlines five immediate actions for President Obama on train safety.
- Posted on August 1, 2014 | 3 CommentsA former leader of American Jewish Congress has strongly condemned Israel’s war on the Gaza Strip, saying “the Zionist dream is based on slaughter of innocents.” Henry Siegman, now President of the US/Middle East Project, spoke recently on Democracy Now on the need to end the occupation and grant sovereignty to the Palestinian People to end this conflict.
- Posted on February 8, 2014 | 1 CommentWhile activists in Los Angeles and across the US spoke out against the Keystone XL tar sands pipeline, Dave Pruett writes on its threatened environmental triple-whammy, poorly documented in the latest State Department environmental report heading toward the President's desk. Protests are planned March 1-2 in Washington DC as part of "XL Dissent" and March 1 in Los Angeles with the Great March for Climate Action.
- Posted on January 10, 2014 | No CommentsPeter Nichols: My generation is being condemned to a planet beyond fixing because political science takes precedence over science science. If world governments don’t come together and act in concert to do something to stabilize the climate, and soon, we will make sure they are no longer governments.
- Posted on October 10, 2013 | No CommentsCongressional Tea Party Crazies, funded by two-too nutty billionaire brothers (the Kochs), threaten to shut government (forever?) unless Obamacare is jettisoned: a healthcare model conceived by Republicans, enacted by a Republican governor, never mind Capitol Hill's over-the-cliff-gang have wrenched more than they even asked for in budget cuts from Obama ain't ever enough, long as "He" occupies 1600 PA Ave. Following are some sane recommendations from Robert Reich.
- Posted on June 25, 2013 | 4 CommentsPresident Obama unveiled his Climate Action Plan that proposes to cut carbon pollution from coal burning power plants, coupled with supporting energy efficiency and clean, renewable sources of energy, but cannot seem to kick the addiction to some fossil fuels, especially fracked natural gas. He also promises to ramp up climate change adaptation and to lead international efforts to address global warming.
- Posted on March 15, 2013 | 1 CommentJoe Nocera in the New York Times believes Dr. James Hansen, because he is head of NASA's Goddard Institute, should just shut up instead of participating in the anti-Keystone XL movement. Peter Jefferson Nichols argues this should be the role of any government scientist who recognizes the danger of passing climate tipping points, producing irreversible climate impacts.
- Posted on February 20, 2013 | 5 CommentsPresident Obama, we need an energy policy focused on efficiency and conservation, integrated with a clean, renewable energy plan – one that breaks our addiction to dirty and dangerous fuels such as Coal, Fracked Natural Gas, Nuclear and Tar Sands Oil.
- Posted on January 16, 2012 | 1 CommentThe Obama Administration will continue to face the decision whether a leak-prone dirty tar sands oil pipeline, associated with destruction of ecosystems and indigenous communities as well as global climate destabilization, is in the US national interest.
- Posted on December 5, 2011 | 1 CommentPresident Obama: We citizens for Tar Sands Action in Los Angeles laud your decision to send the Keystone XL Pipeline back to the State Department for re-review. Yet, ensuring climate stability, protecting land and water resources, and launching an alternative clean energy economy will take much more work.