Our world is changing as we fiddle with climate change denier nonsense while watching the oceans rise, acidify and lose oxygen, and extreme drought and weather slap us.
The whole Republican pack is shamelessly doing the political bidding of the energy giants.
Like all giants of the past, Henry David Thoreau writes in a different period of time but speaks to us today.
As an ironworker you can end up working in some interesting places; Indian Point nuclear plant, about an hour north of New York City along the Hudson River, was one of them.
The people of the West have so far rebuffed the militias' agenda, for which the entire nation should be grateful.
Flint residents are Americans, but they are forgotten; state officials led by Gov. Snyder have shown that they consider the residents disposable.
The Bundy-led right-wing militia grouplet has little support among local residents for their call to arms; they do not want them there.
Methodists linked arms with more than 500 campaigns pushing for divestment by colleges, universities, faith communities, state and local retirement funds, and foundations.
Pope Francis has brought a voice into the discussion around climate change that is merging the voices of science, religion, and politics.
Any real climate change program must deal with a triple challenge, which can only be met by global agreement to replace competition with cooperation.