We celebrate the closure, but the toxic mess left behind isn’t just corporate neglect, it approaches premeditated murder. It took over 30 years to get it done, but the San Juan Generating Station (SJGS) closed operations yesterday. Today we review… Read More ›
I’ve been writing about misinformation lately, referring to industry misinformation about bills we support. The challenge of countering industry deception at the legislature is a big problem. But today I am writing about an even bigger problem.
Today we examine reports from two highly respected political pundits, one on the right, David Brooks, and one a moderate-left leaning, Heather Cox Richardson. Together, they suggest a more effective Democratic campaign message that is more dignified than attacks on… Read More ›
Today we examine the dynamic that transpires whenever a bold new idea begins to be discussed in the legislature and how business interests’ iron grip on leadership leads to compromise or, more often, surrender. We also offer info on canvassing… Read More ›
The climate crisis will spiral out of control unless the world applies “emergency brakes” to capitalism and devises a “new way of living,” according to a Japanese academic whose book on Marxism and the environment has become a surprise bestseller… Read More ›
On Thursday evening, those attending Augustine Montoya’s Meet & Greet were introduced to a completely unique political candidate, one who doesn’t profess to know everything, who doesn’t fill his stump speech with platitudes and empty rhetoric. We were introduced to… Read More ›