Diatribes of Jay

This is a blog of essays on public policy. It shuns ideology and applies facts, logic and math to economic, social and political problems. It has a subject-matter index, a list of recent posts, and permalinks at the ends of posts. Comments are moderated and may take time to appear. Note: Profile updated 4/7/12

01 September 2019

Brief Descriptions of and Links to Posts after Thanksgiving 2018

[Notes: (1) Links to posts published exclusively or jointly on Daily Kos have been added, retroactively, beginning April 17, 2020. The Daily Kos versions may differ from the versions on this blog in title and/or other respects. (2) For technical reasons, the date of this post above is incorrect. The listings and links are current. (3) This descriptive list goes back only to Thanksgiving 2018. For a list of the titles of all posts, including those published on Daily Kos, going back to January 23, 2017, click here.

For a discussion of reforms in policing that might ultimately bring real justice to communities of color and cities in America, click here.
For analysis of how vaccination “passports” can get us back from the pandemic to normal, and how to help them do so, click here.
For a discussion why Black pols are among the most attractive and effective progressives today, click here.
For analysis of how our species lives in a stew of evolving pathogens, how air travel as now configured facilitates and can even cause pandemics, and how air travel could be improved to advanced our species’ collective health, click here.
For discussion of the last century’s four national psychoses in major powers, namely, Nazi Germany, Stalin’s Soviet Union, Mao’s China, and our own Demagogue’s US from 2015-2021, and some strategies to prevent further recurrences, here.
For political and practical reasons to associate the Demagogue eternally with the Capitol Insurrection of January 6, click here.
For reasons why the Republican Party is unfit to govern after twice refusing to bar the Demagogue from further officeholding, click here.
For reasons—which all senators should know—why his being out of office is no legal reason not to find the Demagogue guilty of inciting insurrection, click here.
For refutation of a fear that abolishing the filibuster could harm progressives, click here.
For analysis of how an obsession with “efficiency” in the abstract creates a negative feedback loop in workers’ pay, and how the US once overcame it and can again, click here.
For a means by which Congress can impose new rules on states in connection with money grants not subject to filibustering, click here.
For reasons to kill the filibuster for good and create majority rule in US democracy, click here.
For a discussion of how vaccines and the Biden Administration promise us safety from danger and chaos, and what dangers remain, click here.
For an MLK Day, pre-Inauguration review of our progress in expunging our “original sin,” and the prospects of more under the Biden Administration, click here.
For a concrete plan to hold social media accountable for the destruction and chaos they have caused for profit, with legal and practical analysis, click here.
For analysis of how injured persons might hold social media legally liable for the non-defamation damage they cause, including in incidents like the Capitol Insurrection and personal political persecution, click here.
For analysis of the real conspiracy to commit the January 6 Capitol Insurrection, and of one federal law that could jail each conspirator for six years, click here.
For reasons why the House should impeach Trump again for inciting the Capitol Insurrection of January 6, 2021, click here.
For five ways to prepare for, and perhaps avert, the next insurrection, click here.
For an optimistic analysis of the impact of the Capitol Insurrection of January 6, 2021, click here.
For a review of how Congress might use constitutional procedures to expel members who enabled Trump’s crimes, click here.
For reasons why Georgia voters should have done as they did, electing Senators Warnock and Ossoff in the runoffs, click here.
For detailed discussion of how corporate rule has inadvertently led to distributed corporate tyranny, and how antitrust law, Tim Wu, and regulation of “natural” monopolies can ameliorate it, click here.
For a description of, and a paean of gratitude for, our revived national ability to see and think as Trump fades into silence, click here.
For reasons why Eric Holder’s experience and brilliant use of facts make him the best choice for Biden’s Attorney General, click here.
For discussion of how minority members in President-elect Biden’s Cabinet can broaden the Democratic and progressive base, click here.
For a brief salute to Jonathan Capehart’s “Cape Up” podcast for the Washington Post, which introduces outstanding but uncelebrated local and regional political leaders, click here.
For a plan to exile Trump by his own consent, click here.
For a riff on why Thanksgiving is a unique American holiday, and what we have to be especially thankful for in 2020, click here.
For analysis of how Trump’s noise has drowned out almost all intelligible signal, and what changes we can make, without amending our Constitition, to prevent this from happening again, click here.
For analysis of how community organizing and retail politics might overcome mass-media demagoguery of the kind that raised Trump to the White House, click here.
For analysis of how hydrogen from electrolyzed water can serve as a storage medium for renewable energy in applications as diverse as long-haul transport and air transport, click here.
For comment on things that Democrats did wrong and right, and how they could have done better, in the 2020 election cycle, click here.
For an analysis of how our media made Trump and how they can (belatedly) unmake him, click here.
For brief, early notice of the Biden campaign’s Electoral-College win and its meaning, click here.
For a discussion of the airline industry’s generational mistakes and how it can reduce the pandemic’s crushing effect, click here.
For a discussion of how the US is following ancient Rome’s path of decline, by betraying the people who built it, click here.
For comment on how fighting Covid-19 effectively requires simple discipline, and how Trump has completely failed to summon it, click here.
For a recap of how far the US now lies from a democracy, and ways we can move toward majority rule, with one person, one vote, click here.
For reasons why American workers should come home to the Democratic Party, including its renewed championship of workers’ interests after the Clintons, click here.
For a discussion of tipping points in the survival of our species and of US democracy, click here.
For a critique of Judge Barrett’s approch to climate change and “originalism” generally, click here.
For a tribute to LeBron James’ social consciousness, and reasons why his statue and Colin Kaepernick’s should reside on our National Mall, click here.
For reasons why Jaime Harrison is a must-support candidate for the Senate, and links to key parts of his debate against Lindsey Graham, click here.
For a short critique of the Harris-Pence vice-presidential debate and refutation of the GOP lies that taxes and regulations kill jobs, click here.
For brief comment on how the danger of Trump’s infection to him has not yet peaked, click here.
For an open message to America’s youth about the crying need for and power of voting, click here.
For an analysis of how Trump’s recklessness has rolled the dice for him and for our nation, and how our national fate today derives in part from blinkered Cold-War ideology, click here.
For a discussion of how Trump’s life of misdeeds is catching up with him, and how he began acting like a cornered rat even before his own infection, click here.
For the reasons not to neglect the Senate as you support the Biden-Harris ticket, and for practical advice on how to contribute, click here.
For a discussion of domination as the secret of Trump’s and the GOP’s electoral success, click here.
For reasons why Dems not directly involved in any confirmation battle should ignore the contest to fill Justice Ginsburg’s seat and focus on dumping Trump and retaking the Senate, click here.
For a brief elegy for Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and an outline of her legacy, click here.
For reasons why the present global trend toward authoritarian rule is an evolutionary throwback, and for ways to fight it effectively, click here.
For analysis of how two national superstitions, about free trade and free speech, are ruining our nation’s prospects and what to do about them, click here.
For comment on the final night of the GOP’s virtual convention, including the avalanche of lies and the major themes, click here.
For a brief assessment of the third night of the Dems’ virtual convention, including President Obama calling out Trump, click here.
For my reaction to the first two days of the Democrats’ 2020 virtual convention, click here.
For an analysis of how GOP propagandists have exploited natural time lags in the economy’s responses to changes in policy, and how they almost succeeded with Trump until the pandemic struck, click here.
For my later reaction to Kamala Harris’ selection as Joe Biden’s running mate, and reasons why she may be more than she now seems, click here.
For my initial reaction to Kamala Harris’ selection as Joe Biden’s running mate, and my wish-list for his Cabinet, click here [or on DK].
For analysis how our House’s and Senate’s own rules have hog-tied Congress and made it fail, even in desperate times, click here [or on DK].
For analysis of the choices facing Joe Biden in picking a running mate from his perspective, click here [or on DK]
For discussion of how Reinhold Niebuhr’s “Serenity Prayer,” which states the essence of realism, could help us make a quicker end to the pandemic, click here [or on DK].
For analysis of how our oligarchs’ sale of our factories to China has impaired our practical independence, weakened our military/industrial infrastructure, and made it hard for us to stand up to China, click here [or on DK].
For comment on John Lewis’ unique combination of personal humility and a steel will, and its implications for our future, click here [or on DK].
For analysis of how private organs of propaganda have confused the American public about the basic facts of physical and economic survival, and how our Constitution, customs and oligarch-dominated economy have helped them, click here [or on DK].
For analysis of the chief causes of our social, political and economic free fall, and how few of them are directly attributable to China, click here [or on DK].
For a dozen of the biggest reasons to vote for Joe Biden and against Donald Trump, click here [or on DK].
For analysis of how the GOP keeps many of us in thrall as a nation of willful children, who won’t wear masks and won’t respond to reality, click here.
For reasons why we tend to misjudge China, and why it’s unlikely ever to meet our national expectations, click here.
For a discussion of Charles Booker’s narrow loss in the race against Amy McGrath to face Mitch McConnell in the fall, and its significance for progressive government down the line, click here [or on DK].
For a discussion of how GOP extremists have won for a generation by playing the name game, aka “name calling”, with great sophistication and use of applied philology, click here.
For a way to restore faith in our national credo on what may be the most dismal Fourth of July ever, click here.
For a recent revelation of how Carlos Ingram Lopez had been murdered by police, and my reaction, click here [or on DK].
For a discussion of how Japan protects workers even in a pandemic and how starkly our approach differs, click here.
For brief discussion of the Juneteenth holiday as a symbol of America awakening to the four-century durability of its original sin, click here [or on DK].
For reasons why no one in a high-risk category for Covid-19 should consider flying as air travel is currently configured, click here.
For my response to Rayshard Brooks’ murder by a “peace” officer, click here.
For discussion of the importance of getting new voters to vote, and of Stacey Abrams’ skill in that regard, click here [or on DK].
For a prognosis of what might and ought to happen after the police murder of George Floyd, click here [or on DK].
For analysis of how Democrats could form a lasting and winning coalition of white progressives and minorities, beginning with the 2020 presidential election, click here [or on DK].
For discussion of how globalization and Trump have conspired to disemploy our skilled workers and destroy our scientific, technological and industrial infrastructure, click here [or on DK]
For discussion of how globalization wastes energy and resources, kills jobs, makes supply chains fragile, foments domestic and international discord, over-centralizes production, and generally beggars common sense, click here [or on DK].
For tables of statistics showing how badly our federal government has handled the Covid-19 pandemic, click here.
For analysis of how easy, and how necessary, it is to ignore what Trump says, click here [DK].
For an analysis of how radically our response to the threat of Covid-19 differs from our all-out united effort in World War II, including the Manhattan Project, click here [or on DK].
For analysis of how extraordinary and auspicious was Stacey Abram’s near-win in the 2018 race to become governor of Georgia, click here.
For my assessment of three leading candidates for Joe Biden’s vice-president, click here [or on DK].
For analysis of how GOP ideology and policy have enabled pigs at the trough and given us incompetent government, and how they are still doing so during today’s Covid-19 crisis, click here [or on DK].
For an explanation why Red-State governors who want to jump the gun in breaking lockdown are treating their non-essential workers as expendable, click here [or on DK].
For a brief outline of two rays of pandemic hope—(1) plans for funding of all-out testing, tracing and quarantining, and (2) a chance that oral polio vaccine could trigger “innate” immunity—click here [or on DK].
For analysis of how nonscientific, abstract generalizations about economics have led to catastrophic harm for many workers, click here [or on DK].
For a tiny note on President Obama’s return to the fray to endorse Joe Biden, click here.
For a brief summary of preliminary lore about acquired immunity to, and antibody testing for, Covid-19, click here.
For comment on Bernie Sanders’ relentless effort to get our people to accept progressive policies, and the New York Times’ belated support for substantial change, click here.
For the history and consequences of the GOP’s two-generation crusade against our own government, beginning with Ronald Reagan, click here (published on Daily Kos).
For a chronological discussion of the strategic stages in our “war” against Covid-19, with attention to their risks to people and our economy, click here.
For analysis of how the pandemic has debunked the lies told to justify depriving 11 million undocumented workers and 37 million working poor of rudimentary health care, click here.
For analysis of (former) President Obama’s role as the Democrats’ leader in fostering hope in America as the pandemic delays primaries and scrambles our political season, click here.
For a discussion of how Henry Ford jump-started our American consumer economy with a big unilateral wage hike, click here.
For analysis of how our bosses’ obsessive drive to maximize profit and lower prices has killed our consumer economy and our middle class, click here.
For ideas on how to improvise certain types of personal protective equipment, click here.
For detailed discussion of what we absolutely must do before Trump or anyone else can put us back to work, click here.
For discussion of the fact the viruses are not alive and its consequences for this and possible future pandemics, click here.
For discussion of the big choice we have already made in deciding to fight the pandemic, and the choices we can make to reform and remake our society as we emerge from it, click here.
For review of how our forty-year national decline in leadership is hobbling our plans for fighting the pandemic, click here.
For a discussion of how testing for antibodies, in addition to the virus itself, could help us recycle recovered Covid-19 patients back into useful medical and other work and revive our economy, click here.
For a discussion why words fail to describe Trump’s total lack of merit and virtue and its consequences, click here (published on Daily Kos).
For speculation on how Covid-19 may end our Baby Boomers’ two-generation reign of self-indulgence and selfishness, click here.
For analysis of how much worse the Covid-19 pandemic will get if we don’t quickly take care of the economic and health-care needs of the least among us, click here.
For reasons why I’ve decided to support Biden, click here and follow the links.
For reasons why there may still be some hope for Sanders, click here.
For a description of my own “political neurosis” in coming to grips with Joe Biden’s likely nomination, and why I and others must support him, click here (published on Daily Kos).
For an early and incomplete analysis of Biden’s success on Super Tuesday, click here.
For a discussion of what Dems need to do before and immediately after Super Tuesday, click here.
For discussion of two key parameters of the Covid-19 virus that science needs to determine and tell us, click here.
For a brief analysis of Elizabeth Warren’s attack on Mike Bloomberg in the South Carolina debate, click here.
For an example of how an eight-year-old might see the GOP’s precarious position in the coming general election, click here.
For five practical reasons why Bernie Sanders can beat Trump, with endnotes on his working with Warren and reasons not to care what candidate Trump seems to fear at the moment, click here, or here for the Daily Kos version.
For four general takeaways from the Dems’ Nevada debate, click here.
For practical ways that you, government and business can help stop the coronavirus pandemic, or any similar threat, click here.
For analysis of the importance of the New Hampshire primary and what kind of nominee the Democrats need to win, click here.
For five key impressions from the Dems’ New Hampshire debate, click here.
For analysis of the kind of leader and team the Dems need to beat Trump, and why Bloomberg might be the man, click here
For analysis whether Trump’s acquittal was doing the people’s will and how to reflect that will in our government, click here.
For a comparison of Trump’s reign to the reign of Stalin in the old Soviet Empire, click here.
For thirty-three substantive or strategic reasons to vote for a woman in the Democratic primaries, click here.
For a note on how male voters react to Trump’s treatment of women, click here.
For discussion of the absurdity of voters trying to guess candidates’ “electability” rather than considering their own preferences, and how that affects a woman’s chances to secure the Democratic nomination, click here.
For a brief elegy on the US’ transformation from a democracy to an empire on January 31, 2020, and the reasons for it, click here.
For analysis of democracy’s relative rarity in human history and its modern prospects, click here.
For reasons why the US’ democracy may be dying rapidly, click here.
For the advantages of Warren announcing a Warren/Abrams ticket early in the primary season, click here.
For discussion of a methodical and semi-quantitative way to pick a candidate in the Democratic primaries, click here.
For a discussion of how being mugged by our dysfunctional health-insurance system makes one long to wipe out private insurance, and how it happened to me, click here.
For a review of three errors of judgment in Elizabeth Warren’s campaign and the need for her and Sanders to join forces to save progressives’ hopes, click here.
For analysis of the desperate need for Warren and Sanders to join forces soon, and how they might do it, click here.
For discussion of how accurate weapons can impose individual responsibility for mass murder, as in assassinating Iranian General Qasem Suleimani and his Iraqi conspirator and counterpart, click here.
For a discussion of the political power of spectacle and personal appearances and an assessment of their importance in states up for grabs, click here.
For a discussion how electoral strategy and tactics have to change under the Electoral College’s minority rule in a deeply divided nation, click here.
For the vital importance of candidates’ in-person appearances in key states, click here.
For how lazy reliance on polls produced fatal complacency in 2016, and how it could happen again, click here.
For the crucial importance of enfranchising and motivating minorities in the critical states, click here.
For a brief analysis of the Democrats’ seven-candidate debate in December 2019 in Los Angeles, click here.
For my apology for doubting our House leaders’ impeachment strategy, and the reasons why I erred, click here.
For an analysis of Pete Buttigieg’s strengths as a candidate just before the December debate, click here.
For discussion of the effects of positive feedback in global warming and the “triggering effect” of burning fossil fuels, which could make global warming much worse much sooner than anyone now expects, click here.
For why the Dems’ rapid-impeachment strategy may forfeit our second-to-last chance to save our Republic, click here.
For analysis of the loaded term “identity politics” and its use to obscure an issue vital to national and species survival, click here.
For analysis of the social and political forces driving us into tribal corners, click here.
For reasons why human evolution makes Trump’s seemingly puerile social-dominance games the secret of his electoral success, click here.
For brief advice to Warren and other women on how to fight Trump’s social-dominance games, click here.
For reasons why Trump is not just scary, but genuinely dangerous, and some unusual ideas about how to stop him, click here.
For reasons why Elizabeth Warren should jettison Medicare for All before the primary season ends, click here.
For a note on the two regulatory heroes who insist that the fix of the 737 Max software really work, click here.
For discussion of what the GOP plans to do about impeachment, click here and scroll down.
For a note on the Dem’s November debate in Atlanta, click here.
For how the law could, and why it should, rein in social media to save our democracy, click here, or here for an abbreviated Daily Kos version.
For discussion of how journalists use the term “populist” to disparage and discourage significant political change, click here.
For brief discussion of “applied philology,” its use in propaganda and in referring to African-Americans, click here.
For a discussion of labeling African-Americans as we do other Americans and the difficulty of doing so, click here.
For how New York, which made Trump what he is, can redeem itself, click here.
For reasons why Elizabeth Warren should, and probably will, be the Democratic nominee, click here.
For a plan to defang our oligarchy by beefing up our estate tax, and why that’s its primary function, click here.
For analysis of how Trump’s GOP defenders are attempting a slow-motion coup d’etat, click here.
For analysis of how a good bureaucracy makes a nation great and its people happy, with examples from ancient Rome on, click here.
For analysis of how big corporations tell you what to think about political debates and brief comment on who won the Dems’ October debate and why, click here.
For analysis of how the conflict between rage and empathy affects humans’ social evolution, and how it could end our biological evolution, click here.
For discussion of whether Rep. Schiff (D., Ca.) or Rep. Nadler (D., N.Y.) should lead the new impeachment inquiry, click here.
For analysis of how close we are to losing our democracy and why, click here and scroll down past the box.
For analysis of why there’s no market for health care and how to price without a market, click here.
For comment on the Dems’ third debate in Houston, click here.
For analysis of what kind of politics is leading the Dems’ race, click here.
For reasons why CNN’s climate marathon was subversive of American values and the Dems’ goals, click here.
For four lies our oligarchs tell us, and what you can do about them, click here.
For reasons why Anglo-American democracy might have run its course, click here.
For analysis of Trump’s grip as a con-man on America and how to break it, click here.
For evaluations of the Business Roundtable’s recent mission statement and the firing of Eric Garner’s killer, click here.
For how Trump has been acting like an emperor, click here.
For discussion of the Baby Boomers’ role in promoting selfishness as a nation norm, click here.
For the national nightmare likely to ensue if we can’t dis-elect Trump, click here.
For reasons to task Los Alamos with making nuclear energy safe, click here.
For a review of Pete Buttigieg’s qualities and prospects for vice-president, click here.
For a critique of the Dems’ anticlimactic second debate in Detroit, click here.
For a morning-after view of the Dems’ first Detroit debate, click here.
For an analysis CNN’s role in privatizing the news and history of the first Detroit Dem debate, click here.
For an intital reaction to the first Dem Detroit debate, click here.
For a discussion of the importance of labor unions and how to rebuild them online, click here.
For a recipe for fixing America by adjustment, without revolution or extremism, click here.
For what we can learn from the strong third-party candidacy of Ross Perot, who died recently, click here.
For brief analysis of the House’s resolution censuring the President, click here.
For good reasons not to watch Trump’s empty shows, click here.
For a discussion about reparations for the descendants of slaves and how to make the reparations work, click here.
For three things the Dems must do to win the White House, click here.
For an assessment of how the second debate propels the Dems toward losing, click here.
For suggestions on how to improve multi-candidate debates, click here.
For a more general discussion of how to improve debates, click here.
For a review of the first Democratic Debate, click here.
For a third, simpler look at why Trump won in 2016, click here.
For seven reasons not to make war on Iran, click here.
For discussion of Warren’s ability to defend science, and why it matters, click here.
For comment on the quality of Elizabeth Warren’s mind and its relevance to our current circumstances, click here.
For analysis of the disastrous effect of our leaders’ failure to take personal responsibility, click here.
For brief comment on China’s Tiananmen Square Massacre and its significance for our species, click here.
For reasons why the Democratic House should pass a big infrastructure bill ASAP, click here.
For an analysis why Nancy Pelosi is right on impeachment, click here.
For an explanation how demagoguing the issue of abortion has ruined our national politics and brought us our two worst presidents, and how we could recover, click here.
For analysis of the Huawei Tech Block and its necessity for maintaining our innovative infrastructure, click here.
For ten reasons, besides global warming, to dump oil as a fuel for ground transportation, click here.
For discussion why we must cooperate with China and how we can compete successfully with China, click here.
For reasons why Trump’s haphazard trade war will not win the competition with China, click here.
For a deeper discussion of how badly we Americans have failed to plan our future, click here, or here for the Daily Kos version.
For an essay on Elizabeth Warren’s qualifications for the presidency, click here, or here for the Daily Kos version.
For comment on how not doing our jobs has brought us Americans low, click here.
To see how modern politics has come to resemble the Game of Thrones, click here.
For a discussion of the waste of energy and fossil fuels caused by unneeded long-range batteries in electric cars, click here.
For a discussion why Democrats should embrace the long campaign season and make no premature moves, click here.
For a discussion how Trump and Brexit have put the tree world into free fall, click here.
For a review of how our own American acts help create our president’s claimed “invasion” of Central American migrants, click here.
For a review of basic facts that must inform any type of universal health insurance, click here.
For a discussion of how the West’s fall and China’s rise affect the chances of our species’ survival, click here.
For a discussion of what the Mueller Report is and how its release could affect American politics, click here.
For a note on the Mueller Report as the beginning of a process, click here.
For comment on the special candidacies of Beto O’Rourke and Pete Buttigieg, click here.
For reasons why the twin 737 Max 8 disasters should inspire skepticism and caution with regard to potentially lethal uses of software and AI, click here.
For my message to Southwest Airlines on grounding the 737 Maxes, click here.
For an example of even the New York Times spewing propaganda, click here.
For means by which high-school teachers could help save American democracy, click here.
For a modern team of rivals that might comprise a dream Cabinet in 2021, click here.
For an analysis of the global decline of rules-based civilization, click here. For a brief note on avoiding health lobbying Armageddon, click here.
For analysis of how to save real news and America’s ability to see straight, click here.
For an update on how Zuckerberg scams advertisers, click here.
For analysis of how Facebook scams voters and society, click here.
For the consequences of Trump’s manufactured border emergency, click here.
For a brief note on Colin Kaepernick’s good work and settlement with the NFL, click here.
For an outline of universal health insurance without coercion, disruption of satisfactory private insurance, or a trace of “socialism,” click here.
For analysis of the Virginia blackface debacle, click here. For an update on how Twitter subverts politics, click here.
For analysis of women’s chances to take the presidency in 2020, click here.
For brief comment on Trump’s State of the Union Speech and Stacey Abrams’ response for the Dems, click here.
For reasons why the Huawei affair requires diplomacy, not criminal prosecution, click here. For how Speaker Pelosi has become a new sheriff in town, click here.
For how Trump’s misrule could kill your kids, click here.
For comment on MLK Day 2019 and the structural legacies of slavery, click here.
For reasons why the partial government shutdown helps Dems the longer it lasts, click here.
For a discussion of how our national openness hurts us and what we really need from China, click here.
For a brief explanation of how badly both Trump and his opposition are failing at “the art of the deal,” click here.
For a deep dive into how Apple tries to thwart Google’s capture of the web-browser market, click here.
For a review of Speaker Pelosi’s superb qualifications to lead the Democratic Party, click here.
For reasons why natural-gas and electric cars are essential to national security, click here.
For additional reasons, click here.
For the source of Facebook’s discontents and how to save democracy from it, click here.
For Democrats’ core values, click here.
The Last Adult is Leaving the White House. Who will Shut Off the Lights?
For how our two parties lost their souls, click here.
For the dire portent of Putin’s high-fiving the Saudi Crown Prince, click here.
For updated advice on how to drive on the Sun’s power alone, or without fossil fuels, click here.
For a 2018 Thanksgiving Message, click here.


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