A Canadian’s View On Our Disrespect Of President Obama’s Presidency

Originally posted on The Fifth Column:
EgbertoWillies.com America – He’s Your President for Goodness Sake! By William Thomas There was a time not so long ago when Americans, regardless of their political stripes, rallied round their president. Once elected, the man who won the White House was no longer viewed as a republican or democrat,…

Another Reason to Eat Organic – It is Essential for Managing Climate Change

Written by Max Goldberg on March 1, 2014. Follow Max on Twitter Ever since I started eating organic food in 2001, people have asked me – why do you eat organic? The most common answer that I give is that I don’t want to consume toxic pesticides or GMOs. That seems to resonate with people and they can … Continue reading

New Government Study Reveals No Advantage To GMO Crops

Written by: Tara Dodrill Off-Grid Foods March 1, 2014 0   Genetically modified crops do not provide a higher yield than conventionally grown seeds and actually lead to an increase inherbicide use, according to a groundbreaking new federal report that refutes conventional wisdom. The USDA’s report does weigh in on the argument about whether genetically modified crops are … Continue reading

A Curious Notion: Moments of Pause

I open this edition of A Curious Notion by asking pardon from my readers for my absence over the course of the last three weeks. I have truly been flabbergasted by the events that I have been witnessing in this country and around the world of late. This is not by way of offering excuses. … Continue reading

Spotlight: To Boost Small Business Credit, Think Small (Banks)

Commentary To Boost Small Business Credit, Think Small (Banks) By Scott Shane on July 09, 2012  Originally published on Bloomberg Businessweek Photograph by Bruce LeightyThe Denhart Baking Co. located in an old bank building on the town square in Washington, Ill. In the years preceding the financial crisis, big banks controlled a growing share of the small … Continue reading

I Don’t “Get Art” Sometimes (Tilting One’s Head Sideways) Part Two

Since my last post about a month ago, I’ve had some serious neck pains.  At first I  thought I was just me sleeping bad ( the little sleep that I do get), until one night I was watching TV, and I slightly tilted my head to listen to a commercial jingles that peaked my interest. … Continue reading

I Don’t “Get Art” sometimes part One (tilting ones head sideways)

Nearly a month ago I was in Manhattan New York for business, and I was  awe-struck by everything, as if I’ve never been to the city before.  Born and raised in Boston Massachusetts, I knew what city life was like, but this was on a whole other scale.  Visual and audio stimuli was the very … Continue reading

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