2010 – 2020 Predictions

This is a special edition and won’t be numbered. But for the record, this was written in late December 2009 and would be Newsletter issue 39 or 40 (already!), depending on when I publish. The dawn of a new decade is near, and in the spirit of this time of year, here are some decadal predictions of what may happen in the next ten years.

I got this idea from Club Orlov. I’m not sure if this post was in jest or not, but if not, it was actually kind of weird. And if it was in jest, I guess I just don’t get it. As a “predictive post” I suspect it’s pretty inaccurate. Reality for the decade ahead will probably be much different.[...] Read More

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Newsletter – Issue 39

This is a special edition and won’t be numbered.  But for the record, this was written in late December 2009 and would be issue 39 or 40 (already!), depending on when I publish. The dawn of a new decade is near, and in the spirit of this time of year, here are some decadal predictions of what may happen in the next ten years.

I got this idea from Club Orlov.  I’m not sure if this post was in jest or not, but if not, it was actually kind of wierd.  And if it was in jest, I guess I just don’t get it.  As a “predictive post” I suspect it’s pretty inaccurate.  Reality for the decade ahead will probably be much different.[...] Read More

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Newsletter – Issue 37

Co-Opting Nature

A reader recently pointed out that the Nature Conservancy is not what it’s all cracked up to be.  A quick Google search shows some complaints, such as this one: Land grabbing secrets of the Nature Conservancy.

Unfortunately, this particular article did not provide a single reference to the claims made (even though the story alleges hundreds of complaints have been filed).  Nor did this one: Are People Still Contributing to the Nature Conservancy?.[...] Read More

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Newsletter – Issue 35

In this issue GMO, Climate News, Alternatives, Introduction To The Apocalypse

GMO

I read something the other day that shocked me in its stupidity and shortsightedness. You should read this short article first.

Hunger is not caused by too little food production.  The root causes of hunger are caused by too much food production. Supporting biotechnology companies promoting GMO crops is INSANE.  Unbelievably, this point of view is coming from a “sustainable” blog writer.[...] Read More

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Newsletter – Issue 34

A nicely humorous expose on the rantings of the anti-climate change crowd (video), found over on Greenfyre’s.

I agree by the way — the science is not disproven in the least.  The only thing going on here is a bunch of  idiots ranting about what is actually happening outside their own doors.

Last year, there was a TON of snow here (over four feet).  This year – nothing. It’s dry out there.  One year doesn’t prove the case of climate change (at all), but it is worth noting how fast things do change.[...] Read More

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Newsletter – Issue 33

News

This is the future for dissidents: Operation Condor Redeux

Proof Positive That Barak Obama Is A Traitor To the United States People

Obama’s reversal on ‘Patriot Act’ – Obama has lied through his smiling teeth, again and again and again.  I’ve always warned that government does not relinquish power (ever).   Whatever invasive garbage they pass into law to ‘protect us’ somehow manages to remain law, despite ‘sunset’ provisions that never seem to occur.[...] Read More

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