Monthly Archives: January 2018

Weasel Wednesday

Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt insisted his job was not to “put up fences” to prohibit industries from exploiting natural resources, and he refused to be pinned down on the agency’s future direction on clean air and climate change … Continue reading

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Editors Tuesday

Former Sen. Mike Gravel, the Democratic Senator who released the Pentagon Papers, on Monday taunted Republicans’ public back-and-forth surrounding the release of Devin Nunes’ controversial FISA memo, arguing the GOP are cowards if they don’t publicize the report. Gravel was … Continue reading

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Moon Update Monday

A rare celestial event will grace the skies during the coming week when a blue moon and lunar eclipse combine with the moon being at its closest point to Earth, resulting in what is being called a “super blue blood … Continue reading

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Wake Up It’s Sunday!

  LONG-DEAD NASA SPACECRAFT WAKES UP: Amateur astronomer Scott Tilley has a hobby: He hunts spy satellites. Using an S-band radio antenna in Roberts Creek, British Columbia, he regularly scans the skies for radio signals from classified objects orbiting Earth. Since … Continue reading

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War Pig Saturday

There were no bighorn sheep in attendance, but their interests were well represented at a public hearing Tuesday night on the Air Force’s plans to expand its vast training range and close off more of Desert National Wildlife Refuge north … Continue reading

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Chinese Food Thursday

The small fragmented nature of Chinese farms is the crucial difference from Western ones, and it’s antithetical to the way much of the industrialized world produces food. If China is to meet its changing appetites with domestic crops, “there are … Continue reading

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