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08.12.2020

Face 2 Face with David Rothauser

Face 2 Face with David Rothauser

LIVE SHOW: Wednesday, December 9 at 5 PM EST On this show we are speaking with David Rothauser, filmmaker, writer, teacher, actor and producer of “Hibakusha, Our Life to Live”. This documentary tells the story of the atomic bomb attacks on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Our main discussion is about, why does the… »

08.12.2020

In ‘Huge Victory for Polar Bears and Our Climate,’ Court Rejects Trump Approval of Offshore Drilling Project in Arctic

In ‘Huge Victory for Polar Bears and Our Climate,’ Court Rejects Trump Approval of Offshore Drilling Project in Arctic

In ‘Huge Victory for Polar Bears and Our Climate,’ Court Rejects Trump Approval of Offshore Drilling Project in Arctic By Jessica Corbett Climate action advocates and wildlife defenders celebrated Monday after the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit rejected the Trump administration’s approval of Liberty, a… »

08.12.2020

Hungry Children in the Empire

Hungry Children in the Empire

By Farooque Chowdhury Many news from the Empire interest many readers, as the Empire itself is interesting. It’s interesting due to its economy, politics and diplomacy, part of its geostrategic and geotactical games, and for its audacity and arrogance, and for its hated character, and for its perished core, which… »

07.12.2020

Trump Exits Somalia

Trump Exits Somalia

By Dr Binoy Kampmark These are things that might have been done earlier.  During the last, flickering days of the Trump administration, activity is being witnessed across countries which have a US troop presence.  Numbers are being reduced.  Security wonks are getting the jitters.  Is the imperium shrinking?  Will President… »

07.12.2020

Why Las Vegas Is at the Heart of Western States’ Water Conundrums

Why Las Vegas Is at the Heart of Western States’ Water Conundrums

A city in the middle of the desert with less rainfall than any other in the nation was bound to have a water problem. By Frederick Clayton Las Vegas is a city few would associate with conservation. Sprawling urbanization orbits towering casinos that welcome more than 42 million tourists a… »

03.12.2020

Why the USDA Is Being Sued—Again

Why the USDA Is Being Sued—Again

The USDA is facing lawsuits for shirking its responsibility to protect birds from animal welfare violations. By Dena Jones The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) was sued three times this past summer for shirking its responsibility to protect birds from egregious welfare violations and safeguard workers at… »

30.11.2020

Powering down — and out

Powering down — and out

Closing Indian Point will speed action on climate change, not hamper it By Marilyn Elie and Linda Pentz Gunter Next spring, the last working nuclear reactor at the Indian Point Energy Center on the Hudson River, 30 miles from Manhattan, will power down. At least 20 million people in the… »

28.11.2020

Give Thanks to the Workers and Food to the Hungry

Give Thanks to the Workers and Food to the Hungry

Lines. Lines at food pantries stretch block after block through urban neighborhoods. In suburban and rural America, lines of cars are miles long, as people suffering from hunger and food insecurity, many for the first time, wait hours for a box of groceries. Lines at COVID-19 testing sites grow, as… »

28.11.2020

‘Hunger Like They’ve Never Seen It Before’: US Food Banks Struggle as 1 in 6 Families With Children Don’t Have Enough to Eat

‘Hunger Like They’ve Never Seen It Before’: US Food Banks Struggle as 1 in 6 Families With Children Don’t Have Enough to Eat

“We’re now seeing families who had an emergency fund but it’s gone and they’re at the end of their rope,” said one Texas food bank director. By Brett Wilkins One in six U.S. families with children don’t have enough to eat this holiday season, a national emergency exacerbated by the… »

26.11.2020

Victory for Tribes, Waterways, and Planet as Pebble Mine Denied Permit

Victory for Tribes, Waterways, and Planet as Pebble Mine Denied Permit

“Sometimes a project is so bad, so indefensible, that the politics fall to the wayside and we get the right decision.” By Andrea Germanos Environmental campaigners stressed the need for the incoming Biden White House to put in place permanent protections for Alaska’s Bristol Bay after the Trump administration on Wednesday… »

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