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Politics & Community
The battle by mainstream medicine to shut out alternative medicine forms of therapy is long standing and alive and well in today’s Washington.
James Hansen, the chief climatologist for NASA, is saying we need to reduce CO2 levels fast; they are already too high.
In this final chapter excerpt from What Would Jefferson Do? (Harmony Books, 2004), bestselling author Thom Hartmann reflects on why democracy works and how we can return to the Founders’ ideals.
One of the oldest cultures on Earth is that of the !Kung Bushmen of the Kalahari Desert in the northern parts of South Africa.
Every year at Christmastime, millions of Americans watch TV portrayals of Charles Dickens’s classic novel A Christmas Carol. In the story a regular guy named Bob Cratchit works at the firm of Scrooge and Marley.
Several months ago I worked in my native Guatemala at a midwifery center, Asociación de Comadronas del Area Mam (ACAM), founded in part by my parents, Elena and Felipe Ixcot, traditional Mayan midwives, and Members of the Midwives of Alliance of North America.
The corporatist Republicans ("amnesty!") are fighting with the racist Republicans ("fence!"), and it provides an opportunity for progressives to step forward with a clear solution to the immigration problem facing America.
The Dubai Ports world deal is waking Americans up to a painful reality: So-called conservatives and "flat world" globalists have bankrupted our nation for their own bag of silver, and in the process are selling off America.
What was historically commonplace and normal has developed in American society as unnatural.
About a year ago, an op-ed article on Al Jazeerah's website by Fawaz Turki titled "For Bush, A Hot Line To Churchill" opened by noting that Tony Blair had given George W. Bush a bust of Winston Churchill, which sits in Bush's Oval Office.
Nationally, it was clearly a phenomenon when several truckers called into a radio show on Sirius Satellite to say that they were interrupting trips through central parts of the USA to head to Crawford, Texas.
In his recent news conference, George Bush Jr. suggested that our nation's "problem" with high gasoline prices was caused by the lack of a national energy policy, and tried to blame it all on Bill Clinton.