GEORGE R. STEWART AND EARTH DAY – RANGER DON

George R. Stewart and Earth Day Many people credit the Sierra Club’s Exhibit This Is The American Earth and the subsequent Sierra Club book based on the exhibit as the foundation of Earth Day.  Others credit the first Whole Earth photographs taken by the Apollo 8 crew.  Both are important events. I believe, however, that the initial … Continue reading GEORGE R. STEWART AND EARTH DAY – RANGER DON

AN OPEN LETTER TO HUMANITY FROM PLANET EARTH. AGAIN – BY TOM CURLEY

Hi Humanity. Earth here. I just heard that today you are celebrating the 50th anniversary of Earth Day.  You seem to think it's a pretty big deal.  I mean, don't get me wrong, I appreciate you noticing me. I've been around for about 5-billion years and you just started noticing me, ' by my time … Continue reading AN OPEN LETTER TO HUMANITY FROM PLANET EARTH. AGAIN – BY TOM CURLEY

IT’S THE 50th ANNIVERSARY OF EARTH DAY – Marilyn Armstrong

Trump is an awful man. I can't seem to find something positive to say about him and for me, that's unusual. I can always empathize, even with very bad people (not including one ex-husband). But not Trump. For him, I can't find a teardrop of compassion. He has no soul or conscience. He is a … Continue reading IT’S THE 50th ANNIVERSARY OF EARTH DAY – Marilyn Armstrong

ANOTHER OPEN LETTER TO MANKIND FROM PLANET EARTH – BY TOM CURLEY

Hi Mankind. This is Earth again. Some of you call me Earth, some call me Terra, some call me Gaia.  Call me what you want. Just don’t call me late for dinner.  (I still don’t really get that joke, but I got a whole bunch of ‘likes’ when I said it in the last letter … Continue reading ANOTHER OPEN LETTER TO MANKIND FROM PLANET EARTH – BY TOM CURLEY

ON THE UPCOMING 50th ANNIVERSARY OF EARTH DAY – Marilyn Armstrong

Trump is an awful man. I can't seem to find something positive to say about him and for me, that's unusual. I can always empathize, even with very bad people (not including one ex-husband). But not Trump. For him, I can't find a teardrop of compassion. He has no soul or conscience. He is a … Continue reading ON THE UPCOMING 50th ANNIVERSARY OF EARTH DAY – Marilyn Armstrong

The Big Lie and Spasms of Spite – Reblog – Gordon Stewart

Some good words for people who still have a conscience …


 

Views from the Edge

IF I ONLY HAD A SHIOE

The president’s spasms of spite at Friday’s post-acquittal White House celebration sent my soul into spasms of its own. Hearing the president claiming that the impeachment trial’s acquittal exonerates him of all wrongdoing, calling out Nancy Pelosi and Adam Schiff as “evil people” on his enemies list, and belittling the conscience and religious conviction of Sen. Mitt Romney — his party’s only senator to break ranks — with the cheering peanut gallery that knows, but will not publicly recognize, the president’s sociopathic character was more than I could take. The party that swallowed a fly gave credence to the lie.

“Telling a big enough lie, and telling it often enough that people will believe it” has a history. So do spite and scapegoating. If in Germany the scapegoats were communists, Jews, gypsies, and “homosexuals”; and if in the McCarthy Era, they were leftist traitors…

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