For these politicians, it’s a matter of political principle: Earth’s ability to support life must be undermined as quickly and thoroughly as possible.
If people are just confused about climate, they can be reasoned with. The facts are convincing, to anyone who is willing to see. But nothing convinces hard core science deniers, as this 2009 episode from Wiley Miller’s comic strip Non Sequitur illustrates.
A powerful and effective (and true and funny) protest song for our time
It’s made from all natural ingredients, but watch for side effects …
‘My Water’s On Fire Tonight’ is a product of Studio 20 NYU, in collaboration with Pro Publica: Journalism in the Public Interest.
What’s ailing the earth?
“The more the capitalist has accumulated, the more is he able to accumulate.”
Canada’s prime minister won’t stop until the tar sands are completely mined and burned
Why capturing and burying CO2 won’t solve anything
When in doubt, mumble …
Ken Loach suggests an appropriate send-off
Another strategy that doesn’t work
Stop complaining, everything is relative …
As seen on Fox Seuss
How Canada’s Environment Minister earns his $230,000 salary
Cartoon from Le Devoir …
Celebrating the 125th anniversary of the birth of the great Mexican muralist and revolutionary socialist, Diego Rivera. In 1933, Diego Rivera painted the mural shown above, Man at the Crossroads, in Rockefeller Center in New York City. Multimillionaire Nelson Rockefeller demanded that it be changed to remove the portraits of Lenin, Trotsky, Marx and Engels. Rivera refused, and […]
From Australia, Men With Day Jobs sing … “And as the waters rise around me I’ll just hold my breath and say, it isn’t so!”
As I write these words, out-of-control hordes are swarming throughout downtown Manhattan. Their disregard for human decency, for the sanctity of people’s homes, jobs, property and health is beyond anything seen since the Dark Ages. (more…)
(From OldBaldLiberal’s Blog on The Smirking Chimp. C&C doesn’t normally publish articles by self-described liberals, but this deserves to be widely read.) The Ant and the Grasshopper – a Fable from Aesop The ant works hard in the withering heat all summer long, building his house and laying up supplies for the winter. The grasshopper thinks […]