Quick Green Reads For The Weekend Volume Twenty Seven.

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We are headed to Boston today to visit with family and will be back the middle of next week. There will still be some posts going up, so don’t worry, I won’t be ignoring you!

Incredible amounts of poison is being found in Chinese clothes say New Zealand researchers. Toys, clothes…anyone getting what is happening here? You want dirt cheap stuff from China? This is what we get…toys filled with lead and clothes full of formaldehyde.

An op-ed written by 6 active duty soldiers just back fromIraq for the New York Times – “In the end, we need to recognize that our presence may have released Iraqis from the grip of a tyrant, but that it has also robbed them of their self-respect. They will soon realize that the best way to regain dignity is to call us what we are , an army of occupation , and force our withdrawal.”

President Bush tells America’s uninsured kids to drop dead…or something like that. “The Bush administration, continuing its fight to stop states from expanding the popular Children’s Health Insurance Program, has adopted new standards that would make it much more difficult for New York, California and others to extend coverage to children in middle-income families.” They are so scared of people getting help they want to remove their ability to do so.

Previously unknown islands are appearing as Arctic summer sea ice shrinks to record lows, raising questions about whether global warming is outpacing U.N. projections. Nice…think of all the great new vacation spots there will be around the world!

A federal court on Wednesday issued a harsh rebuke of the Bush administration for its failure to issue long-delayed reports assessing the impacts and consequences of global warming in the United States. Does this come as a surprise to anyone? Really?

Hope everyone has a great weekend!

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