Friday, May 29, 2020

How to talk to your relatives about climate change: A guide for the holidays

The Trump administration and the fossil fuels industry is actively working against clean energy progress, but we have the tools, the courts, and the people power to keep advancing clean power in states and cities.

Earth dinner

Most of us don't realize that our dinner tells many stories, embodying our personal histories, family memories, music, art, and other connections... besides our tummies.

Native people and allies pledge to stop Keystone XL

Native peoples have a legal, moral, spiritual and inherent right to be caretakers of the planet.

Anatomy of an ambush: Unanswered questions in Niger

There have been contrary claims by both soldiers and higher authorities in Niger regarding the attack that left 4 U.S. soldiers dead.

RT America torched in witch hunt ’17

The ruling elites are desperately trying to shift the focus away from the cause of the political insurgencies on the left and the right: extreme social inequality.

Why science says you should be reading small independent media

While trust in corporate news has gone down over the past few years, trust in independent news is strong.

Alex Jones: There is a plot to install Robert Mueller as ‘the first king...

Jones: “Robert Mueller is attempting to kill the republic”

Scotland Yard investigating sexual assault claims against Harvey Weinstein

Weinstein has reportedly entered rehab in an attempt to lighten his sentence in the face of multiple impending international sexual assault and rape investigations.

HBO and MSNBC drop Mark Halperin due to sexual harassment allegations

Once revered as a highly respected journalist, Halperin has fallen to the lowly depths of other alleged and admitted sexual predators.

Our ever-deadlier police state

“We need an effective system of crime prevention and control in our communities, but that is not what the current system is.”