ANALYSIS: Dirty air is akin to traffic accidents. As a society we put up with more than 32,000 vehicle traffic fatalities each year in this country, with more than 2 million injuries, some of them horrible. We seem to accept the deaths and the injuries as part of modern life. We could end all that tragedy if we were willing to pay enough and sacrifice enough. We could also have clean air if we were willing to pay enough and sacrifice enough.
We are like passengers on the Titanic ten minutes after its fatal encounter with the iceberg: we cant believe this grand ship could sink, so we do nothing while it is still possible to influence our fate. tylernull
Let them eat McMansions! The 1 percent, income inequality, and new-fashioned American excess
Let them eat McMansions! The 1 percent, income inequality, and new-fashioned American excess: We have sprawl, wars over cheap gas, stagnant wages, and longer hours because your boss wants this awful, ugly house
Tax-Exempt Groups Shield Political Gifts of Businesses
Every year, hordes of adults descend on the urban sprawl to attend pumpkin-themed fêtes dressed as monsters, animals, and their favorite pop-culture memes, much to the delight of party-supply stores everywhere. But what about the politically-minded i
Just another attempt to herd human beings into tiny spaces in order to control land use, mobility, and urban sprawl, all Sustainable Development goals. Now Pushing U.N. Agenda 2030 with Social Engineering of the Elderly
COOL! Social Network maps! What Xiaoji Chen and Dirk Brockmann are suggesting is that real communities in America may be utterly different from the 50 state boxes we display on our political maps. We dont look like we live. We sprawl across our borders, ignore state lines, live as we like. These are the first maps that are trying to paint us the way we actually are.