According to a recent study, 90 corporations cause two-thirds of global warming emissions. This however attempts to blame a few for the failures of so many. But why look at someone else to pin the blame on when all we need to do is look at ourselves.
Read article here: An Impending Climate Crisis or Not Really Doesn’t Matter
Posted in Environment, Opinion, Politics, Technology, U.S. News | Tagged Climate Change, climate crisis, environment, existential threat, fossil fuels, Global Warming, oil and coal production, pollution | Leave a Comment »
In today’s world, managers who employ a participatory style but can readily employ other styles of management as needed, generally have successful operations. Unlike the days of the autocrat, it’s what now defines managers as effective and strong leaders.
Read article here: Participatory Management Skills That Define Today’s Strong Leaders
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Dog owners should be aware that there is a virus making dogs sick in California, Michigan, and Ohio. Some veterinarians fear it may make its way across country. If not treated, it has the potential to kill an infected dog.
Read article here: What You Should Know About Circovirus in Dogs
Posted in Pets, U.S. News | Tagged American Veterinary Medical Association, AVMA, circovirus, circovirus infected dogs, circovirus killing dogs, dog boarding, dog daycare, dog owners, precautions, symptoms | 1 Comment »
Why Understanding Glitches Are Important; Why Anticipations of ‘If You Like It You Can Keep It’ are Wrong; Why There Should Not Be Exceptions and Fixes
In view of Medicare’s Part D rollout, Obamacare’s glitches are not new. Anticipations were wrong, since no matter how much you like something, if it’s illegal one should not expect to be able to keep it, therefore there should not be exceptions and fixes
Read article here: Obamacare Website Glitches, Healthcare Policy Cancellations, Grandfathering, Exceptions, and Fixes
Posted in Healthcare, Opinion, Politics | Tagged exceptions, grandfathering, healthcare policy cancellations, Obamacare healthcare law, Obamacare website glitches, Republicans fix Obama pledge | Leave a Comment »
JFK’s election ushered in an era filled with promise and hope. It became, however, an era of assassination, unrest, and a nasty war. As it turned out, the 60’s became a life-changing event, changing my judgements of nationalism, patriotism, my government and its decisions.
Read article here: JFK’s Assassination, 1963: My Life Then, Influences Its Had Since
Posted in Politics, U.S. News | Tagged Dr. Martin Luther King, Massachusetts Democrats, President John F. Kennedy JFK assassination, Robert Kennedy RFK, Senator Ted Kennedy | Leave a Comment »
Infections That Previously Have Taken Lives Now Could Kill Again
Antibiotic overuse and misuse are making these medicines resistant and thereby ineffective. Not long ago, infections that were curable and heretofore took lives now could kill again.
Read article here: An End to Modern Medicine As We Know It
Posted in Health | Tagged antibiotic overuse misuse, antibiotic-resistant bacteria, CDC, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, food industry, infections, Medicine, pharmaceutical companies | Leave a Comment »
We have the resources to produce goods and services in abundance for everyone. We need to transition to a resource based economic system to take full advantage of those resources. The sooner we wrap our heads around that fact, the better off we will be.
Read article here: Blame Technology Not Obama, Obamacare, or the Great Recession for Killing Jobs
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