Yes, He Really Said He Is Not Vain

More lies were unleashed at a campaign rally in North Carolina on Monday night, where the President offered new insights into the recent rollback of a Bush ’43 regulation requiring light bulbs to be increasingly energy-efficient.  In his own words, here is what the President said: “We will defeat the Democrat effort to drive up […]

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Remembering the Victims of the 9/11 Attacks — All of Them

Today, at the 9/11 Memorial in New York City, they will read the names of all the victims of the attacks.  But this year there is a new tribute — this one is to the people who fell ill or died later due to exposure to toxins that came from the wreckage.  Last spring, a […]

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Interview of the Week: Jane Prior on Aluminum Water Bottles

Jane Prior is the chief marketing officer of All Market Inc. (AMI). AMI brands include leading coconut water beverage Vita Coco, clean energy drink Runa and aluminum bottled water Ever & Ever. ODP: The single-use plastic water bottle is quickly becoming the new “straw.” Why? JP:  It’s estimated that globally both 500 billion plastic bottles are used every year, and one million single-use […]

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Heroes of the Week: Dorian’s Good Samaritans

Our heroes this week are all those people who stood up and often risked their lives to help those in need after the devastation of Hurricane Dorian. While rescue workers and first responders are heroes every day we were overwhelmed by stories of average people giving of themselves to help strangers. 6-year-old Jermaine Bell used […]

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One Ridiculous Thing: The President’s Cat Tweet about Sharpie-Gate

One Ridiculous Thing: The President’s Cat Tweet about Sharpie-Gate — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) September 8, 2019 There are no words for this one.  The President ridiculed the media for its extensive coverage of his incorrect, illegal and dangerous tweets and (mis)statements about the track of Hurricane Dorian.  This is funny – but not really.  When you consider the suffering and devastation Hurricane […]

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Countries With More Women Leaders Have Stronger Climate Policies

A new study published in the journal Science Direct looked at the legislatures of 91 countries and compared the percentage of seats held by women with the climate policies of each country.  Their conclusion?  The countries with the most women in their parliaments had tougher climate and environment policies which resulted in lower carbon emissions.   […]

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