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A Note to President OBAMA (and NATO) from the ghost of Ogden Nash: get troops out of Afghanistan NOW. Why wait?

A Note to President OBAMA (and NATO) from the ghost of Ogden Nash: get troops out of Afghanistan NOW. Why wait?

November 12, 2009 | 1 Comment

Decades ago American humorist, Ogden Nash, once wrote the shortest poem ever, “Fleas”. It read like this: “Adam had ’em.” The picture he painted was quite clear, and in only three words plus a title.…

Poverty is relative, hunger is absolute:Guest Editorial by Ilan Kelman

Poverty is relative, hunger is absolute:Guest Editorial by Ilan Kelman

October 25, 2009 | No Comments

Poverty is relative, hunger is absolute Ilan Kelman http://www.ilankelman.org Researchers, policy makers, and practitioners have debated for decades, if not longer, about poverty’s meaning and how it can be reduced, alleviated, or eliminated. One theme…

Limbaugh, lemmings and the “Oxycodone ate my brain” line of defense

October 22, 2009 | No Comments

Limbaugh, lemmings and the “Oxycodone ate my brain” line of defense Mickey Glantz FRAGILECOLOGIES October 22, 2009 I am ashamed on behalf of rational America of Rush Limbaugh’s lack of civility. He suggested on air…

Rupert Murdock — Practice in your empire what you preach to the Chinese Government: an Open Letter to a Media Mogul

Rupert Murdock — Practice in your empire what you preach to the Chinese Government: an Open Letter to a Media Mogul

October 21, 2009 | No Comments

Mickey Glantz Dateline: Shanghai 15 October 2010 Rupert Murdock deserves a prize. Really, he is one unbelievable entrepreneur a true media mogul. His empire is vast and his control over it quite secure. With all…

Lance Olsen’s GUEST EDITORIAL: Climate, Science, The Economy, and Budget-Politics

Lance Olsen’s GUEST EDITORIAL: Climate, Science, The Economy, and Budget-Politics

October 21, 2009 | No Comments

Lance Olsen Today’s debunkers of climate change and evolution seem cut of the same cloth, and part of a long tradition traceable at least back to the days of Copernicus and Galileo. Whether it be…