Rich Paul, after checking out of the Keene Spiritual Retreat After viewing the video of the first attack on local chalkers in Central Square, superior court judge John C. Kissinger decided to set bail for Rich Paul at $500. This is a huge step down from “no bail”, the previous decision by the judge, who at the time had not seen the video and was told by the prosecution that Rich was a menace to society and a threat to public safety – a ridiculous claim.
Today I received a certified letter informing me that I have been denied permission to carry a firearm concealed. Below is a copy of the letter. Denial PDF
Most people think the thinning of the sea ice at the top of the world is a bad thing. But not shipping and fossil fuel interests.
This week several palm oil giants announced new environmental criteria for palm oil production. The companies say the initiative goes beyond the industry-leading standard set by the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO), but
As Orwell forewarned, writes John Pilger, advanced societies are being gradually depoliticised and political language is being turned on its head. read now…
“Right to work” FOR LESS anyone? Damn, how we’ve been played! Timeline Photos
This dude is great! Thanks Abby Martin Breaking The Set Nobel Laureates Slam HRW’s Ken Roth for Refusal to Close Revolving Door with US Gov. Abby Martin speaks with Keane Bhatt, activist and signatory on a second open letter to Human Rights Watch condemning the organization for its revolving door …
Problem-Solving 101/Barrier-Breaking 1on1 Love knows no boundaries, recognizes no borders, surmounts all that stands between us. Alan Sasha Lithman facebook.com/TrustfortheEarth
p Awesome! Now if she could just invent away to shut the tarsands down! A young woman from Calgary has invented a faster way to clean up toxic waste generated by oilsands extraction, using filters made from sand and bacteria. Calgary’s Hayley Todesco wins Canadian Google Science Fair prize www.cbc.ca A young woman from Calgary has invented a faster way to clean up toxic waste generated by oilsands extraction, using filters made from sand and bacteria. That has made Hayley Todesco, 18, the Google Science Fair’s regional winner for Canada this year.