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The Homeless Are Still With Us, and They Still Have A Heartbeat
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Factory Farm Meat: Why Vegetarians, Ranchers and Conscious Omnivores Need to Unite
The large meat industry interests have monopolized the market by brainwashing the public into believing that cheap meat, from animals raised on brutal factory farms, is the best we can do. It's a lie.
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How Ohio’s Energy Economy Became a Radioactive 19th Century Relic
Back in early 2010 Ohio stood at the cusp of a modern 21st century technological revolution. It had won a new federal-funded rail line to finally re-join Cleveland, Columbus, Dayton and Cincinnati. Tesla electric sales networks were moving into the state, bringing full player status in the spread...
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Feeding the World – Without GMOs
EWG released a new analysis on Tuesday debunking the myth that genetically engineered crops (often called GMOs) will be crucial to “feeding the world” as the population soars. My report takes a hard look at recent research and concludes that so far, GE crops have done nothing to improve global food...
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In Another Divestment Victory, Syracuse University Goes Fossil Free
Announcement declares: 'Syracuse will not directly invest in publicly traded companies whose primary business is extraction of fossil fuels.'
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A 'Year of Eye-Catching Steps Forward' for Renewable Energy
ROME, Italy - Driven by solar and wind, world investments in renewable energy reversed a two-year dip last year, brushing aside the challenge from sharply lower oil prices and registering a 17 percent leap over the previous year to stand at 270 billion dollars. These investments helped see an...
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From Original 15 to More Than 80, Student Loan Strike Numbers Grow
'It’s been a month since 15 former students of the failing for-profit giant Corinthian Colleges said they would not pay a dime of their student loans because the school broke the law.'
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Running For Palestine
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Indiana's First Church of Cannabis: Because Verily Your Law Is An Abomination Unto Us, and Ye Will Reap Whatsoever You Sow
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5 Radical Ideas Hillary Should Support
I've argued that Hillary Clinton is at risk of being a weak presidential nominee -- on several counts. She seems like yesterday's news rather than tomorrow's. The excitement of a having a breakthrough woman president is blunted by the fact that her husband got there first. She will raise a ton of...
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