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Koch-Republicans Want the National Park Service’s 100th Anniversary to Be Its Last

Mt. Rushmore with Koch logo super-imposed on photo

POLITICUS USA

The federal government’s landholdings and control of water could be better used for ranching, mining or forestry through private ownership. 1,105 more words

U.S. Politics

Dominion executive speaks up on climate change. That turns out to be a bad thing.

In guest blogger Seth Heald’s last post here, he discussed the strange fact that top executives at Dominion Power don’t talk about climate disruption, even though it is a major driver of the tectonic shifts underway in the nation’s power sector. 2,769 more words

Virginia

Dora Taylor: Snuffing Out Democracy with Mayoral Control and Emergency Managers

Dora Taylor, parent activist in Seattle, describes that city’s battle to prevent the mayor from taking control of the public schools. She notes that the reason for mayoral control is to avoid the messy business of democracy, where parents and ordinary citizens get the opportunity to influence decisions about their schools and their children. 708 more words

Education Industry

Sexting, the wedding and the cheese


Sexy Bumble chat with Alec.

My beautiful friend’s beautiful wedding.

Eating all the cheese