The Peak Oil Crisis: A Breakthrough?

February 8, 2016 1:27 PM0 comments

Two weeks ago I wrote a column about the progress that Randell Mills up in Cranbury N.J. has been making on his 25-year quest to develop a new source of energy to replace fossil fuels. Such a replacement would not only give the world a fighting chance to stop global […]

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Obama Hangs Out With Muslims

February 3, 2016 7:10 PM0 comments

Lost amid all the buzz that has reached a fever pitch with the Iowa caucuses on all the 24-hour news stations, the Internet and in major newspapers has been the overlooked, under-reported, fact that leaders of one of the major parties have continued to ground their campaigns on the most […]

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What Are the Odds? Bookies Like Trump

January 27, 2016 7:34 PM0 comments

When I was a much younger political activist, every election was seen as a life-or-death situation, as likely to trigger or not a nuclear war, and so on. Unfortunately, this coming U.S. presidential election in the U.S. is stirring up similar visceral feelings. Back in the day, when I was […]

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In Elections, Progressive Must Triumph Over Regressive

January 26, 2016 2:55 PM0 comments

In the 16th year of the 21st Century, we are a nation divided, culturally, financially, geographically, and politically. There are distinct differences between the Democratic and Republican Party. We have two visions of America and only one will prevail. It is up to us — you and me — to […]

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The Peak Oil Crisis: Return of the Hydrino

January 21, 2016 2:10 PM0 comments

For several years, I have been tracking the progress of company run by Randell Mills up in Cranbury, New Jersey that has been working to develop a new source of energy that could replace all other sources of energy currently in use. Mills, his associates, and outsider verifiers say he […]

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Insurgencies Driven by Hurt & Pain

January 20, 2016 3:47 PM0 comments

January 20 this week marked the one-year point from the inauguration of the next U.S. president. With the way things are developing now, it is a chilling thought. I’m sorry, this will not be an upbeat report. But perhaps this is required, because the American public will truly be put […]

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Income Inequality May Lead to Donald & Bernie 2.0

January 19, 2016 1:49 PM0 comments

A new report is alarming and helps explain the meteoric rise of political outsiders Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders. The charity Oxfam said in Davos (which is like delivering a report on world hunger at a Las Vegas buffet) that 62 people own as much wealth as the 3.5 billion […]

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Obama’s Powerful, Reassuring Sermon

January 13, 2016 3:45 PM0 comments

I wanted to focus my attention in this column to the great David Jones, a.k.a. Bowie, who died last weekend. Not only a great entertainer, he was a creative genius in his musicology, stylings and lyrics. Veritably transcendent, while he has moved on, apparently, Ziggy Stardust shall reign forever. But […]

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Nikki Haley Whitewashing Republican Party’s Whiteness

January 12, 2016 1:44 PM0 comments

If there is one good thing about Donald Trump’s war on “political correctness,” it offers liberals the opportunity to offer their own honest assessments. For example, it’s that time of year, when the GOP, a Paleolithic party of pale faces, trots out a token minority to a give a response […]

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A President Weeps For Sociopathy

January 6, 2016 5:48 PM0 comments

Among many, this was President Obama’s finest hour. His clearly heartfelt and passionate 37 minutes of remarks from the White House Tuesday left a nation dumbstruck and spellbound. Even though his gun control reforms are minimal and without a doubt do not restrict the ability of any law abiding citizen […]

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