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We Don't Have 30 Years

{ Submitted by wesler1 on Tue, 2018-10-09 16:26 }

Check out this story. There is a link to the report.

The central policy direction, in the US, of every government prior to Trump has been continued reliance on fossil fuels and expansion of global trade. Will anyone recognize that this panel has just told us we were wrong on these two issues?

They are calling for immediate corrective action and "net zero CO2." They are hinting rather strongly that this won't be enough to avert disaster. We will have to move to net negative CO2, they suggest.

Guide to Mainstream Editors Making Third-Party-Primary Endorsements

{ Submitted by moeshanfield on Sun, 2010-01-17 07:42 }

Dear Editor:

I enjoyed your kind attention and incisive questions in our interview. You made me think even more than I have.

Now here's what may strike you as a counter-intuitive proposition: The more you disagree with me the more logical it is for you to endorse me.

Help Prohibit Funding Any Surge! Act Fast!

{ Submitted by Kathy Cummings on Sun, 2009-12-06 15:23 }

Direct your elected Congress person to co-sponsor Barbara Lee's HR 3699 prohibiting funding any surge.

Find your Congress person at: or call 311 for her/his local number.

Thank you for your love of peace, for your help in bringing home our young military people and keeping them home!

Blessed be,

Seniors Living In CHA Housing

{ Submitted by Dinah.c on Thu, 2009-03-26 21:09 }

I never envisioned living in public housing, and I certainly never thought it would be as degrading and humiliating as the management team make it.

Moe Shanfield: Open Letter to Warren Buffett

{ Submitted by moeshanfield on Wed, 2009-03-18 19:10 }

Dear Mr. Buffett:

At last a leader of national stature has called attention to the fact that "Pearl Harbor has been attacked again!!!" Meaning this time, of course, it's the economy that has been attacked.

That reference to December 7, which you make in your March 10 CNBC interview, is not mere self-dramatizing hyperbole. Your career, after all, has been marked by an enormous gap between your financial acumen and any tendency to self-dramatization.

No, your use of that metaphor constitutes a quite appropriate attempt to solve the problem of our national lack of focus on a