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A message from the leader Greenpeace Sign the Petition to Twitter CEO Dick Costolo Posted By: Greenpeace (campaign leader) I wanted to make sure you saw my note and had a chance to sign our petition asking our favorite social … Continue reading

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Practicing Gratitude   By Kevin Stoda   “’At this, she bowed down with her face to the ground. She asked him, ‘Why have I found such favor in your eyes that you notice me—a foreigner?’” Ruth 2:10  The Book of Ruth reveals … Continue reading

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Shopping while Black is not a crime. Join us in demanding that the NYPD immediately conduct a full investigation into the arrests made outside of Barneys. Dear Kevin, For months, Trayon Christian — a 19-year-old Black college student from Queens … Continue reading

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Warner Bros. is ‘satisfied’ they’re using fair labour


Warner Bros. is ‘satisfied’ they’re using fair labour in Harry Potter chocolates. But are you? Ask Warner Bros. where the cocoa for their Harry Potter chocolates comes from. Dear Kevin,  The only guilt from eating chocolate should be the calories, right?  Unfortunately, … Continue reading

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Storage Pits Leaking at Embattled Fukushima Nuclear Plant


Liquid glass successfully plugs radioactive leak at crippled Fukushima nuclear plant By DAILY MAIL REPORTER Previous attempts failed with sawdust, concrete and newspapers Still having to pump contaminated water used to cool fuel rods back into the sea Confidential report warns … Continue reading

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Saudi activists say kingdom trying to silence them


Saudi activists say kingdom trying to silence them By Ashley Fantz and Mohammed Jamjoom, CNN STORY HIGHLIGHTS Human rights activists in Saudi Arabia say they’re being targeted by the government Protests are prohibited in the deeply conservative Middle East nation … Continue reading

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A world map of average life expectancy by country. How does your nation rank?


A world map of average life expectancy by country. How does your nation rank?  Robert T. Gonzalez Here now to provide a some perspective on the matter of mortality is a variegated patchwork comprising 188 of the world’s countries, with … Continue reading

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“Veterans are the light at the tip of the candle, illuminating the way for the whole nation. If veterans can achieve awareness, transformation, understanding, and peace, they can share with the rest of society the realities of war.”


“Veterans are the light at the tip of the candle, illuminating the way for the whole nation. If veterans can achieve awareness, transformation, understanding, and peace, they can share with the rest of society the realities of war.” – Thich Nhat … Continue reading

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I have often considered how to go about writing good professional proposals for projects on behalf of various non-profit organizations.  Here is a link to a website that helps NGOs get started: http://www.fundsforngos.org/free-resources-for-ngos/basic-questions-proposal-writing-answered/ Basic Questions on Proposal Writing Answered By fundsforngos … Continue reading

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“My custom budget plan generated $5,401,200,000,000 in deficit savings without cutting health care programs for middle class families. Make sure your friends and family members know more about the important choices we face in reducing our deficit by sharing your custom plan today.”


This is cool, America!  Try the budget yourself.     “My custom budget plan generated $5,401,200,000,000 in deficit savings without cutting health care programs for middle class families. Make sure your friends and family members know more about the important choices we … Continue reading

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