Thursday Work Party ~ Community Dinner 03/28 — Green Acres Permaculture Village

Our Thursday morning work hour began with pod-mate, Solan sharing a personal and heartfelt message with us. Afterward, the feeling of friendship and teamwork seemed to expand as we worked on potting up a few plants and mixing new soil. 16 more words

via Thursday Work Party ~ Community Dinner 03/28 — Green Acres Permaculture Village


Trending News Morning Edition 01/09/19


The Rockefeller Foundation is one of a number of benefactors who pioneered research into pathogens with the goal of pushing eugenics policies in the United States – training many scientists who went on to work for Nazi Germany during WWII

— William Craddick (@williamcraddick) January 9, 2019


Lee Camp – Sunday video montage

Via Lee Camp [Funny how none of these videos are allowed a preview…looks like he might be pissing off the right people. Good. #KeepFighting]

Links to all four of my videos from the past week including a new 30-second cartoon and the aerial footage of the Exxon spill that has over 230,000 views.

1) What Exxon Doesn’t Want You To Know About The Oil Spill –

2) Aerial Footage of The Exxon Spill –

3) The American Dream in 30 Seconds –

4) How Monsanto Gained Power Over All 3 Branches of Government –

Moment of Clarity : I Know Who Will Win The Presidential Election (Seriously)

TRC contributor, Lee Camp

Every pundit, wonk, and talking head in the entire nation has been postulating, extrapolating, and bloviating about who will win the presidential election this November.  They don’t know the answer.  But I do.

"We Forget That Dinosaurs Go Extinct"

Bill Moyer talks to scientist and philosopher Vandana Shiva, who’s become a rock star in the global battle over genetically modified seeds.  These seeds — considered “intellectual property” by the big companies who own the patents — are globally marketed to monopolize food production and profits. Opponents challenge the safety of genetically modified seeds, claiming they also harm the environment, are more costly, and leave local farmers deep in debt as well as dependent on suppliers.  Shiva, who founded a movement in India to promote native seeds, links genetic tinkering to problems in our ecology, economy, and humanity, and sees this as the latest battleground in the war on Planet Earth.

Moyers remarked that Shiva is facing an “uphill battle,” being one woman against some of the most powerful corporations on the planet.  Shiva replied that under the teachings of the sacred Hindu text, the Bhagavad Gita, duty comes before any thought of outcome.
“You do not measure the fruit of your actions,” she said, “You have to measure the obligation of your actions.  You have to find out what’s the right thing to do.  That is your duty.  Whether you win or lose is not the issue.”