Sometimes Jstegma likes to know what the left is talking about and today they are talking about trying not to get ripped off by slick marketing.
Is Your Eco-Label Lying?
Sure, it says it's green. But what's that really mean?—By Rebecca Clarren
David in Qatar and I definitely live in different worlds. [more]
David in Qatar told me that Realclimate.org was a politically corrupted website and I should disregard anything I read there. [more]
Apparently if you show up in Judge Spinners courtroom, spewing a load of crap, unprepared, misrepresenting the truth like you think the judge was born yesterday, things will go badly for you. [more]
Marketing 101.... Selective quotes. [more]
Agriculture is the largest consumer of water in almost every country. In many countries around the world, farmers are facing difficult times because of water shortages. In some cases the problem is discovered when one private interest sucks the water out from under a landowner in order to ship it elswhere. Pickens is doing it in Texas, Nestle in Maine, and Coca Cola in India. Syngenta does it by shipping produce, SABMiller by shipping beer. [more]
Useless reporting from the NY Post. [more]
There is a lot of money at stake in Global Warming. From Mother Jones; Agents of Climate Change. [more]
Sometimes Jstegma likes to know what the left is talking about. Today we are talking about the economic annihilation of the United States. This article is written by Robert F Kennedy jr for the Huffington Post. [more]
It is amazing what is floatiing around the internets. I find it very saddening to be reminded that I doubted the idea of the claim that tax cuts were supposed to pay Gov'ts bills but kept politely silent in the face of what seemed to me to be nonsense. I gain no solace in the excuse that I was spending 12 hour days fixing cars at the time and had passed on college. In this article no mention is made of the contribution from rolling over debt at lower and lower interest rates, even as that game was ending at 1% at the time of the writing and policys of actually giving tax money away was begun. The claim that Reagans tax cuts contributed to the growth of private industry outpacing the growth of Government is also fascinating in light of the recognition by both the left and the right that private industry holds sway over Government policy and Governments inability to do the jobs we have assigned it (SEC, EPA, FDA etc). [more]
Sometimes Jstegma likes to know what the left is talking about: [more]
I wonder what accounts for the other 850 billion in the growth of the National Debt during this time. [more]