Monthly Archives: March 2011

Herve’ Fleurant calls for more help for Ivory Coast displaced persons


Much of the American media attention has been on civil wars in North Africa and the Middle East. In the Ivory Coast another horrible tragedy cannot be ignored. Please read through this letter from the Ivory Coast that I received … Continue reading

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Is economic treason by Bank of America, Citibank, and hundreds of other corporations the inevitable American Way to Meltdown?


As most readers know, I have been quite concerned that players in the banking and financial sector are not forced to pay–nor do they obey laws and act decently. Now the charge by U.S. Uncut (below) is being made that … Continue reading

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KS COMMON SENSE II


By Kevin Stoda, a future Senator Jerry Moran is continuing his newsletter, KS COMMON SENSE, by lifting articles–written by the coal and gas lobby–from papers, like THE WALL STREET JOURNAL (WSJ) and the Salina Journal, a paper that reports that … Continue reading

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Kiera Butler writes on how to “figure out how to build renewable-energy projects while inflicting minimal damage on the landscape”


Could solar-energy projects destroy the very ecosystems they’re meant to save from climate change? — By Kiera Butler http://motherjones.com/environment/2011/03/solar-panels-desert-tortoise-mojave MOTHER JONES….March/April 2011 Issue I think I found one!” I say, pointing at a small, round hole in the sand at … Continue reading

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LONDON NEEDS TO STOP PAYING OFF CORPORATE AND STATE DEBT ON BACKS OF THE POOREST


I was in London last May the day after the elections put the Liberal party in office for the first time. One year later, the liberals have simply followed a neo-con war on the poor and the middle class to … Continue reading

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Let’s set up tents on lawns of all 50 state capitals and roll out Constitutional Amendments all Summer!


My aunt, whose husband served in Japan and Korea, sent the following to me, but I think I can share it with my readers. I think the country needs at least 6 major amendments to the constitution myself. Kevin A. … Continue reading

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AFFORDABLE CARE VS. BANKRUPCY IN AMERICA


I recall all too well how banking lobbies made it 100% or more difficult for families to even declare bankrupcy with the Republican-led bankrupcy codes of 2005. Now they want to turn back the clock and leave those who have … Continue reading

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Clear and present danger–requires energy investments on safe, clean, renewable sources like wind and solar


Dear Kevin, Heed Japan’s Warning Nuclear power carries catastrophic risks. Ask Congress and the White House to review the safety of our nuclear power plants and focus energy investments on safe, clean, renewable sources like wind and solar. Our thoughts … Continue reading

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ECOARK TAIPEI’s GREAT CONTRIBUTION TO MODERN ECODESIGN IDEAS 2010-2011


POLLI BRICK PAVILION IN TAIPEI by Kevin Stoda Since I arrived last summer in Taiwan for the first time in nearly 2 decades, I have been impressed by the society’s almost revolutionary change towards the environment and in attitudes towards … Continue reading

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Obama definately needs to demand fuel efficient cars that get 60 miles per gallon


Dear President Obama, You definately need to demand fuel efficient cars that get 60 miles per gallon. “We cannot be held hostage any longer to America’s addiction to oil. When we talk about the high price of gasoline, today’s gas … Continue reading

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