Quick Green Reads For The Weekend Volume 218

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THIS is sheer brilliance and I encourage all of you to do the same. My Response to The Nature Conservancy When They Asked Me for Money Why, you ask? This is why you shouldn’t give a dime to The Nature Conservancy.

Please read this article. The establishment press’ version of political news exploits the personal lives of political players like Trump and Palin, instead of dissecting their stances on domestic or foreign policy. By sensationalizing inane trivialities and under reporting the real news, Junk Food News coverage grossly distorts the context and relevance of important issues in the political discourse. Whatever topics the corporate press deem worthy enough to cover at length will invariably skew the public’s perception away from the issues that should be most relevant to their lives: food, water, shelter, jobs, and education in relation to so-called defense spending- not sex scandals, drug abuse or “reality” television.

World’s first theme park for disabled people opens in San Antonio. For Carole and Clay Boatright and their autistic 10-year-old twin daughters, the park, which opened April 10 in San Antonio, rivals Walt Disney World in terms of all-around fun for their family.

Not every tip will relate to everyone, but there is bound to be something in here that you can use to help you have an eco-friendly summer. Here we go.

Heat waves clearly can destroy crop harvests. The world saw high heat decimate Russian wheat in 2010. Crop ecologists have found that each 1-degree-Celsius rise in temperature above the optimum can reduce grain harvests by 10 percent.

On the way to the grocery store, we’d looked at a nasty rental suitable for a troop of meth addicts. On the way home, we’d gotten yelled at by a maniac who nearly ran into us. And while sitting peacefully in our own front “yard,” we’d not only had pit bulls running loose but their idiot owner pushing me over the edge. All this just ONE DAY after escaping from Tucson. (And then the smoke rolled in from the 100,000 acre fire near Los Alamos”¦) I don’t know how much more of this a body can take. (This is my friend John’s site, check it out)

Have a great weekend everyone!

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