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Fukushima

The news moves on, but the Fukushima plant keeps spewing radiation. It’s a terrible crime. It’s a hard time for fish eaters.Yet, Obama keeps pushing for the new Nuclear Renaissance. Now wild fires approach and sneak into Los Alamos. As … Continue reading

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nuclear disaster

The events surrounding the nuclear disaster in Japan seem to echo the BP disaster last year. In both cases we see business interests taking risks that threaten the entire world, risks that pose the possibility for irreparable damage to the … Continue reading

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more than two sides

It seems as if American governing policy has been trapped by the illusion that there are only two sides to any issue. And what’s more, one side is good and the other is bad. For instance, the communists were bad. … Continue reading

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more on egypt

Here’s the rub….or at least one rub out of many….the money we send to the egyptian military is used to buy military hardware from american firms…the money we send for food aid is used to buy american wheat.     … Continue reading

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egypt 2- letter to the editor

The events in Egypt represent a fork in the road for American foreign policy.       On one hand we can continue to support Mubarak. We have been supplying Egypt with armaments and military supply; over one billion dollars a year … Continue reading

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egypt

I  have so many questions and thoughts. 1. Wasn’t it to Egypt that those people were sent whom we had captured by extraordinary rendition? Didn’t we send them there to our proxy torturers? Haven’t we been in bed with the … Continue reading

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Democracy Indeed!

Our governor went and marched with the anti abortion crowd. He insulted the NAACP. He got elected with less than 40% of the votes in a three way race. He doesn’t represent the majority of the people of Maine. In … Continue reading

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