If pushing pardons for savage Jan. 6 seditionists isn’t unpardonable, what...
Abusive pardons of the most serious crimes represent the great terrorist threat to self-government.
The crowning fiasco: even the king looked embarrassed
The discussion around the British monarchy, which is starting to ignite and will grow and deepen, needs to take in the wider issue of wealth and income inequality and the poisonous economic system that fuels it.
Slouching towards unelectability—scandalize your potential voters
The longer Trump has a public role,/ The more unfit this cornered troll.
Biotech corporation withdraws permit for mass release of GE mosquitoes
The California Department of Pesticide Regulation (DPR) announced the withdrawal of the permit that would have released billions of genetically engineered mosquitos throughout agriculture communities across the state.
Radioactivity: The Women of Three Mile Island
It connects the proverbial dots of the 1979 Three Mile Island nuclear plant disaster—doing so brilliantly.
Supreme Court upholds California Prop. 12
California's Prop. 1, which bans the in-state sale of pork, eggs, and veal from animals “confined in a cruel manner,” was challenged by the corporate pork production industry.
Perils of perverse polling—that turns the world upside down
Biden’s the stunning overachiever;/ Trump’s a pandemic of swamp fever.
EPA assessment finds 3 popular neonicotinoid insecticides jeopardize endangered plants and animals’ existence
The answer to prevent further extinction of up to 41 percent of the world's insects is a “serious reduction in pesticide usage.”
2024: Dread and hope
Saving our civilization from impending environmental disaster is perhaps the one issue capable of uniting us.
When do wary Dems take down the rightwing ‘terrorist front’ with a fierce battle...
Start by calling the Republican Party a terrorist organization, with unholy alliances to autocratic, racist extremism backing violent, fascist rule.
Study finds high concentration of microplastics in algae growing in Arctic
Scientists found microplastic particles were about 10 times higher in the algae samples than the surrounding waters, which they are now equating with microplastics found in the deep sea.
Confederate-style states’ rights tantrums rise again—and will fall again to enlightened federalism
Either federalism determines “self-evident” human rights, or the Constitutional republic model turns farce, with 50 different state law clusters.