Local Stories, Events
02.21 Roads to nowhere: how infrastructure built on American inequality [the cure is not more of the same]
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Health Care & Environment
02.22 Red Cloud’s Revolution: Oglalla Sioux Freeing Themselves From Fossil Fuel [making an "engine for good" that creates good jobs & products enabling the tribe to cut or eliminate polluting fossil-power utility bills]
02.21 Newborn survival rates in US only slightly better than in Sri Lanka [caused by highest-profit, non-universal healthcare and the political war against Planned Parenthood pre-natal care by willfully ignorant Republicans]
02.20 'Sloppy and careless': courts call out Trump blitzkrieg on environmental rules [what happens when good judges are replaced with Trump-judges?]
News Media Matters
US Politics, Policy & 'Culture'
02.25 The Frat House of Representatives [ubiquitous lying and corruption]
02.25 Robert Mueller’s Distinctly American Indictments [ubiquitous lying and corruption]
02.23 White House indicates it could find funds to train and arm 1 million teachers [2:03 video; Trump proposes what gun manufacturers and NRA want rather than confiscating assault weapons that Australia has proven works]
02.23 Medical crisis in east Ghouta as hospitals 'systematically targeted' [war crimes continue – why are the UN and ICC so ineffective in stopping this and similar horrors?]
Economics, Crony Capitalism
02.22 Plundering the Planet: Coca-Cola And Nestlé To Privatize The Largest Reserve Of Water In South America [When the public is ignored for profits, THIS is what could go wrong]
International & Futurism
02.25 UN security council votes unanimously for month-long Syria ceasefire [why not a permanent ceasefire, have war crimes trials and then hangings!]
02.21 Netherlands becoming a narco-state, warn Dutch police [instead of a totally criminal solution, why not develop safer, non-addictive prescription drugs to put dangerous narcotics gangs out of business]
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