Friday, July 30, 2021

Even Tumbling Fossil Fuel Prices Can’t Deter Clean Energy Revolution

One of the biggest stories of 2015 was the sharp decline of oil prices, which fell this year to levels not seen in more than a decade.

Feds Created More Regulations in 2015 Than in Any Previous Year

We now live in a society that is ruled by so many laws, no single person can keep track of them all.

Demonstrators Ring In The New Year Demanding Police Accountability

More than 100 protesters packed City Hall again Thursday with what are now very familiar chants and calls for Mayor Rahm Emanuel to resign.

The Best Way To Honor Tamir Rice is by Reforming Our Broken Justice System

How many times will our justice system refuse to charge police with killing unarmed black people?

The Egg Industry, Scrambling

The egg industry has fought the legislative mandates, arguing that banning cages will cost producers and consumers more, without improving animal welfare.

Activists Sue Oregon to Protect State’s Endangered Gray Wolves

Oregon wildlife officials took wolves off the state endangered species list in November.

FOIA Request Shows Govt Lied About Lead in Water, Knowingly Poisoning Countless Children

Instead of keeping children safe, Michigan officials repeatedly lied about the safety of their drinking water even though they knew it was poisoned.

#BlackLivesMatter MN At Mall Of America, Transit & Airport

Black Lives Matter Minnesota raised its voice in multiple locations December 23rd, disrupting shopping, the metro system and the airport to protest the November killing of Jamar Clark, a black man by Minneapolis police.

End whaling in Japan

Japan is planning to resume their whaling practices, something the International Court of Justice ruled as illegal last year. Sign the petition to urge President Obama to stop them.