Right Wing Climate Denial Chokes on Clouded Cognitive Processors (Science, Economics and some simple Math Needed)

One of my far-right Facebook friends shared this article with his comments, which will be unnamed, so embarrassed I am for them and this kind of thinking: http://gizmodo.com/denmarks-monster-wind-turbine-just-smashed-the-24-hour-1791889104 “Anybody got room for about 20 million of these? Talk about a blight on the landscape. And not sure how much one of these costs but if it will power one house Continue Reading

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The “anti-establishment” play of Steve Bannon

“Although his audience may not have gotten the reference, he was saying that he and the Tea Party are revolutionaries who want to bring down the system. ” http://ow.ly/H1O0308Hpg9 (from an article on Steve Bannon by Peter Sinclair of the site “Climate Denial Crock of the Week” I chuckle a bemused chuckle when I hear such things comng from the likes of Continue Reading

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An apology and a promise to the world from a Citizen of the World

Let me be one of millions to tell the other countries of the world, especially those 7 “selected” countries in Trump’s insane, racist, Islamaphobic nonsense ban, that the vast majority of us did not want this, would never have thought of this, and are very ashamed that this goofball was elected President. He is in violation of multiple laws and Continue Reading

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The Task Ahead Has Just Gotten Much Harder

In September of 2014, while reading Naomi Klein’s “This Changes Everything: Capitalism vs the Climate”, I crossed into a life-changing re-focusing of my vocation of trying to help the Church be the Church and provide Communication and Online Community tools, to sharpening and focusing those tools on the task we face in a Climate Crisis. Now, just over two years Continue Reading

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Deep Economy is Deep Theology

http://www.billmckibben.com/deep-economy.html This is one book that I consider to be really important for the church. These models set forth in this book show how communities (“Cities set on a hill, in theological parlance) need to be working , as much as possible, toward self-sufficiency, to stem the tide of massive transportation of goods from far away places. I just noticed Continue Reading

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