The real problem is rural America doesn’t understand the causes of their own situations and fears and they have shown no interest in finding out.
Source: What a Trump Presidency Means for Writers Since last week's election, dozens of articles have appeared speculating what a Trump presidency could mean for any number of sectors - the economy, social security, healthcare, technology and the Internet, reproductive rights, foreign relations, and so on. With the exception of Wall Street, which is already … Continue reading What a Trump Presidency Means for Writers
Can Obama Pardon Millions of Immigrants? http://www.nytimes.com/2016/07/06/opinion/can-obama-pardon-millions-of-immigrants.html?_r=0 by Peter L. Markowitch, July 6, 2016 WHEN the history of President Obama’s legacy on immigration is written, he will not go down as the president who boldly acted to protect millions of families from the brutality of our nation’s unforgiving immigration laws. The Supreme Court made sure … Continue reading Can Obama Pardon Millions of Immigrants?
"Shine on, Harvest Moon" is a popular early-1900s song credited to the married vaudeville team Nora Bayes and Jack Norworth. It was one of a series of Moon-related Tin Pan Alley songs of the era. The song was debuted by Bayes and Norworth in the Ziegfeld Follies of 1908 to great acclaim. It became a pop standard and continues to be performed and recorded even in … Continue reading Shine On, Harvest Moon
https://www.facebook.com/democracynow/videos/10154483498893279/?hc_ref=NEWSFEED Winona LaDuke: My Community is Trying to Survive In a powerful interview, Winona LaDuke links historic oil extraction on tribal land to intergenerational trauma among Native Americans: "90 percent of my community, generally, I would say, is just trying to survive."
https://www.quantamagazine.org/20161102-quantum-neuroscience/?utm_source=Quanta+Magazine&utm_campaign=d6cca631a0-Quanta_Newsletter_Feb_27_2015&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_f0cb61321c-d6cca631a0-389572177 By Jennifer Ouellette November 2, 2016 A new theory explains how fragile quantum states may be able to exist for hours or even days in our warm, wet brain. Experiments should soon test the idea The mere mention of “quantum consciousness” makes most physicists cringe, as the phrase seems to evoke the vague, insipid … Continue reading A New Spin on the Quantum Brain