As their rhetoric on land rights rises, the gap between the elites’s words and deeds grows, yet cognitive dissonance is an opportunity for reform.
The President’s signing of the farm bill today marks a monumental defeat for taxpayers and victory for the old Washington spending gluttons.
Is harnessing computer power to solve a problem that’s basically rooted in law, custom, and injustice just wishful thinking by geeks?
While big bankers often violate ethics, it’s rare that the law pursues them. What’d this guy do? Why don’t law-enforcers pursue bankers in other countries?
People who rake in tons of money know more about where it really comes from than do the people not getting a fair share.
Indigenous groups and non-indigenous settlers are often in conflict over land, forests, and mining rights.
Indian tribes lost most of their land to European descendants but the latter’s gambling habit balances the books a bit.
Good food means good health, while massive agriculture by business and government focuses on massive harvests.
With the fumes from so much natural gas being burned in the Northern Plains, the nighttime sky has lost its stars.
Three people died, 264 were injured — even children lost limbs — yet should society kill the killer, too?
Aware “greens” know the CEQA spurs frivolous lawsuits that reward lawyers, firms against competition, and NIMBY.
We can save the environment using existing technology to create better lives for everyone; it equals sustainability squared.
How high is the suicide rate among wealthy, powerful, and prominent bankers? It’s up there, making foul play unlikely.
Here’s a video to watch about what the President of the United States of America really should’ve said and why he didn’t.