March 25, 2066 - Mexico City, United States of America
Today we celebrate American Finch day in honor of a small bird who changed the course of American history.
In an AP article interviewing Trump supporters one supporter "said she doesn't have a problem applying a religious test to visitors, immigrants and refugees."
Article VI of the United States Constitution states, in part: "...no religious Test shall ever be required as a Qualification to any Office or public Trust under the United States."
I came across an organization purporting to be raising money to help a particular candidate, but which I find highly suspect.
I will give you the information, and let you decide.
The organization is called "Voters for Hillary" and has a website. The website is very easy to find, but I will not include the address here as I do not want to inadvertently increase it's ranking in search engines by linking to it. The website contains some basic information about Hillary Clinton, with updates from news reports, twitter updates, and an empty blog feed.
And so many Republicans wonder why no Republican has won state wide election since 2002!
In the year 2000 the Portland Harbor was designated as a Superfund Site by the US EPA. Since then extensive studies have been completed to determine the extent and nature of pollution in this section of the river, to determine the ecological and human health risks from this pollution, and to determine how it can best be cleaned up to protect future ecological and human health. I serve as Chair of the Portland Harbor Community
The Rana Plaza building collapse in Bangladesh should demonstrate the importance of having a union that would allow the workers to demand safe working conditions, as well as better wages. The entire community would benefit if the nation of Bangladesh had unions demanding better wages, resulting in better financing available for public services as well. Read through these articles:
From Cylvia's January 2013 Clean Economy Bulletin:
Measuring What Matters
by Cylvia Hayes
The arrogant 1% attempt to claim the title of "job creators", but who really creates jobs? It's very simple.
Jobs are created when someone wants to produce a product or service to meet a demand that is unmet in the market. Demand exists when individuals have the ability to purchase goods and services. Let's take a tiny example. Suppose you have 10 people on an island. Take a look at two variant theories about how the ten are employed.