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Peak Technology

Peak Technology

People have an addiction to the connectivity of technology, the convenience of instant food, the pill for whatever discomforts. Industry seeks ever-increasing efficiency in creating profits. Who could possibly have the wisdom of predicting harmful new technology and yet the leadership to act upon those decisions? Would we be able to go back in technology even if we knew that it would cause our extinction?

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Defining the Narrative: Peaceful Protest in Ferguson

Defining the Narrative: Peaceful Protest in Ferguson

Peaceful assembly, freedom of association and freedom of expression are basic human rights. Rights that are guaranteed under the U.S. Constitution and the laws of Missouri. Peaceful protest is a hallmark and a legacy of past movements for change, equal […]

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Even the Fed Head Doesn’t Like America’s Growing Inequality

Even the Fed Head Doesn’t Like America’s Growing Inequality

Liberals and lefties have been decrying the United States’ inequality problems for years, but now the topic has been officially certified a concern by the country’s Federal Reserve chair. Janet Yellen, who has been Fed chair for eight and a […]

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Reaching Out Across Twitter and the Atlantic: ‘Sorry, Syria’

Reaching Out Across Twitter and the Atlantic: ‘Sorry, Syria’

The United States government and its allies want you to know that bombs are being dropped on Syria because the Islamic State (ISIS or ISIL) terrorists are very bad men who must be stopped. Those IS militants in Iraq and […]

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Everybody’s Talking About Climate Change. Well, Almost…

Everybody’s Talking About Climate Change. Well, Almost…

Pardon the pun, but global warming has been a hot topic in the news these last few days. First there was a Sunday of public rallies exhorting governments to do something, for crying out loud, about the pernicious upward creep in […]

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Fall Equinox 2014 – Sunday’s Climate Change March nyc

Fall Equinox 2014 – Sunday’s Climate Change March nyc

A weekend to bend the course of history In September, heads of state are going to New York City for a historic summit on climate change. With our future on the line, we will take a weekend and use it […]

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A Clear and Present Danger

A Clear and Present Danger

She was driving at a frantic pace but this was important. She had just witness an video atrocity at work that offended all sense of decency. She had to talk to someone. Anyone. As she sped down the highway, she […]

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Gaza: Simple and Complicated (But Really NOT Complicated)

Gaza: Simple and Complicated (But Really NOT Complicated)

To defuse a public perception problem, you can go in two directions. Either say the situation is so complicated that there’s no clear right and wrong, or simplify it by using one aspect of the situation that you can spin […]

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#IamPeace

#IamPeace

My Chickasaw teacher used to take me out into nature to share his Ancestors’ wisdom with me.  How to connect tangibly with the heart of Home, the Earth Mother; Gaia.  We walked the Loxahatchee swamps looking for feathers, gifts from […]

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It’s Time: The Corporation Charter Revocation Movement

It’s Time: The Corporation Charter Revocation Movement

But when was the last time you saw anyone being actually tossed in prison? A fine is paid and it’s business as usual. None of the corporate CEO’s are ever held responsible, no matter how egregious the action.

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