As a supporter of environmental protection, I think that, in the macro sense, we can place strict environmental regulations on our energy companies and
Big ideas sometimes start small, and that’s exactly what’s happening on El Hierro, the smallest and southernmost of the Canary Islands. El Hierro, with
After Mitt Romney’s humiliating defeat in 2012, many pundits explicitly or implicitly agreed with bloger Ted Frier who wrote that the GOP had deteriorated
If Boeing wants to build the 777X jetliner in the state of Missouri, the state will have to shell out $1.7 trillion, and St.
After “falling back” an hour over the past weekend, we’re all blearily adjusting to the time shift imposed on us by the end of
In a recent e-newsletter, Senator Bernie Sanders shared a video about a little town in Vermont called Swanton. Swanton has recently made an important
A friend of mine recently hosted a home screening of the documentary Gasland 2 by Josh Fox. The film exposes the environmental and health dangers of
While political power struggles are on temporary hold during the 2013 Congressional summer recess, there’s a new source of power at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.
I wasn’t much interested in all of the hullabaloo about the government spying on our phone calls, emails, etc., until I read this article
I’ve done some traveling in recent days, and when it comes to travel, these days are not ordinary. The federal government is closely watching