Harvey Wasserman

Harvey Wasserman

Harvey Wasserman is an activist and author. His last book America at the Brink of Rebirth: The Organic Spiral of US History was published in 2016.  His Solartopia Green Power & Wellness Show is at www.progressiveradionetwork.com, and he edits www.nukefree.org.

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Thursday, April 05, 2012
Are America's Nukes on the Brink of Death?
The only two US reactor projects now technically under construction are on the brink of death for financial reasons. If they go under, there will almost certainly be no new reactors built here.
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Friday, March 16, 2012
Nuclear Power's Green Mountain Grassroots Demise
In the wake of Fukushima, grassroots citizen action is shutting the worldwide nuclear power industry. A Solartopian tipping point is upon us in the US, Europe and Japan which will re-define how the human race gets its energy. States rights and local democracy are at the core of the battle. The definitive breaking point looms in Vermont.
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Friday, February 10, 2012
We May Yet Lose Tokyo… Not to Mention Alaska… and Now Georgia, Too
As the Nuclear Regulatory Commission approves a construction/operating license for two new reactors in Georgia, alarming reports from Japan indicate the Fukushima catastrophe is far from over.
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Tuesday, January 24, 2012
Court to Vermont: "Drop Dead"
A federal judge has told the people of Vermont that a solemn contract between them and the reactor owner Entergy need not be honored.
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Thursday, January 19, 2012
2012's Civil Liberties Apocalypse Has Already Happened
In case you missed it, President Barack Obama has signed a death knell for the Bill of Rights. It's a hell of a way to begin a year many believe will mark the end of the world.
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Wednesday, January 04, 2012
2012 Is the Year to Finally Bury Nuke Power
The year 2012 has opened with news that Fukushima's radioactive cloud may already have killed some 14,000 Americans, according to a major study just published in the International Journal of Health Services. Some 100 million tons of tsunami trash---much of it radiated by Fukushima fallout---has begun contaminating the beaches of our west coast.
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Friday, December 30, 2011
Has America’s Stolen Election Process Finally Hit Prime Time?
It took two stolen US Presidential elections and the prospect of another one coming up in 2012. For years the Democratic Party and even much of the left press has reacted with scorn for those who’ve reported on it. But the imperial fraud that has utterly corrupted our electoral process seems finally to be dawning on a broadening core of the American electorate---if it can still be called that. The shift is highlighted by three major developments: 1. The NAACP goes to the United Nations
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Thursday, December 15, 2011
The Timeless Joy of George Whitman’s Shakespeare & Company
Never doubt that simple acts of generosity and solidarity can change lives---and the world. George Whitman and his Shakespeare & Company bookstore have been uniquely powerful living proof of that. And his daughter has guaranteed it will continue.
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Friday, November 11, 2011
An 11/11 Masterpiece Cries Out for Peace
As the numerologists note our arrival at 11/11/11, our attention is better focused on this day as the anniversary of the end of the useless, worthless, horrifying war that turned so much of 20th Century into a twisted, violent mess. And on how we must prevent the same from happening to our shiny new millennium.
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Sunday, November 06, 2011
Will the 1% Steal Ohio's Labor Rights Referendum?
Tuesday’s most important vote is the repeal of Ohio’s vicious anti-labor Issue 2. Polls show the repeal winning by 20% or more. But will it---like the 2004 presidential election---be stolen by a 1% intent on crushing working people and stealing huge sums of money? Like Wisconsin’s millionaire assault on the bargaining rights of public unions, the thoroughly bought Ohio legislature has passed a draconian law aimed at crippling the organizing ability of working people.
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