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About eslkevin

I am a peace educator who has taken time to teach and work in countries such as the USA, Germany, Japan, Nicaragua, Mexico, the UAE, Kuwait, Oman over the past 4 decades.

Insider’s Report: Social Security Remains Strong


Insider’s Report: Social Security Remains Strong The 2015 Trustees Report on Social Security makes one thing clear: Social Security continues to demonstrate its strength, in good times and bad, as the foundation on which America’s retirement security rests. In fact, … Continue reading

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Nafta, Free Trade and American Authoritarianism


Picking Apart One of the Biggest Lies in American Politics: “Free Trade”  By Thom Hartmann The Plague of American Authoritarianism  By Henry Giroux

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If you’re planning to teach English overseas, below is a list of 31 questions you should get answered from your recruiter or school before you sign a contract


Hi Kevin, If you’re planning to teach English overseas, below is a list of 31 questions you should get answered from your recruiter or school before you sign a contract. Hope they help you land your dream teaching job overseas… … Continue reading

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Thank EPA for proposing new safeguards and urge them to follow through with strong rules limiting fracking air pollution


Fracking air pollution threatens health & climate Thank EPA for proposing new safeguards and urge them to follow through with strong rules limiting fracking air pollution Dear Kevin, Fracking-related air pollution puts our families and the environment at risk. New … Continue reading

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China’s Crisis – The Price of Change


Originally posted on ROSE COVERED GLASSES:
“STRATFOR – Geopolitical Weekly” “This is not the China of the past that tried to hide the truths of major natural or man-made disasters from its citizens. It is not the China that operated…

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Recently, Earthjustice partnered with GreenLatinos to do original research on an area of great importance to our organization—the 2015 Environmental Attitudes Survey…and now we’re releasing the findings.


Dear Kevin, 78% of Latinos say they’ve directly experienced the effects of climate change. Recently, Earthjustice partnered with GreenLatinos to do original research on an area of great importance to our organization—the 2015 Environmental Attitudes Survey…and now we’re releasing the … Continue reading

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AT&T Helped U.S. Spy on Internet On A Vast Scale


Originally posted on ROSE COVERED GLASSES:
“NEW YORK TIMES” “The N.S.A.’s top-secret budget in 2013 for the AT&T partnership was more than twice that of the next-largest such program, according to documents. The company installed surveillance equipment in at least…

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Uncle Sam just raked in record high federal tax revenues according to this week’s new Treasury Department report. So how did the feds spend your money?


Dear Friend, It’s official: Uncle Sam just raked in record high federal tax revenues according to this week’s new Treasury Department report. So how did the feds spend your money? $6,275 for an “ergonomic” primate restraint chair. Trust me, this … Continue reading

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Stephen Colbert Requests You to….


Hey Kevin, I knew many girls growing up. In fact, my mother was a girl once and she valued the importance of an education. I believe that giving girls equal access to education worldwide is not only the right thing … Continue reading

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The Stunning Evolution of Millennials: They’ve Become the Ben Franklin Generation


from:http://www.huffingtonpost.com/adam-hanft/the-stunning-evolution-of_b_6108412.html Hanft Become a fanPolitical Columnist, CEO of Hanft Project Wealthfront – an online financial services start-up targeted squarely and unashamedly at Millennial wallets – raised$64 million last month. That’s on top of $35 million that venture firms plowed into … Continue reading

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