Category Archives: Climate Change

  1. Global Warming and COP25: What can we expect?

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    December 8, 2019 by epoetus

        by Bert     Global warming and climate change represent what is frequently referred to as an existential …
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  2. The revolution is here — Democrats ignore it at their peril

    November 1, 2019 by epoetus

    NOTE: this is an excerpt from the Alternet article by the same title.  The link to the Alternet article is …
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  3. The Danger of Doing Nothing: The Ostrich’s Head in the Sand

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    October 26, 2019 by epoetus

      Doing nothing in our current political climate is like saying you’re not a racist (see previous post on 9/16/2019 …
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  4. Messages for the “Fly Over” states: Global Warming

    September 8, 2019 by epoetus

    4 points and a ‘truth sandwich’         There are political messages that resonate across political lines and …
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  5. We Have A White Supremacist Christian Cult Terrorist Problem

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    September 2, 2019 by epoetus

    This is not new, but somehow there is a chronic reluctance to bring well deserved justice to white supremacist Christian …
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  6. We Have A Rich White Male Problem

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    August 13, 2019 by epoetus

              This problem pre-dates the industrial age, monopolies, trust busting and the end of Slavery. It …
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  7. Root Cause: CAFTA has contributed to the influx of immigrants at the US border over the past 15 years

    August 7, 2019 by epoetus

      We talk about the sudden spike of immigrants coming from “The Triangle” countries of Honduras, Guatemala, and El Salvador …
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  8. What does political success look like?

    July 20, 2019 by epoetus

        In the political topsy turvey world we live in, a world where Fox News carries as much credibility …
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  9. A brief history of US Latin America policy, its relevance for today, and analysis of what is going on now

    July 16, 2019 by epoetus

        Putting aside whether or not there really is a spike of migrants from Latin America, as a previous …
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  10. Let’s have a discussion: How did the first round of 2020 Democratic Presidential Debates go?

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    June 29, 2019 by epoetus

    Given how far away the primaries are it is interesting to consider what to expect from this first round of …
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