Washington has a blind spot when it comes to the environment. BP and the oil spill brought the government’s failures into the spotlight, but the same problems crop up across industries: Corporations pollute water, blast through mountains, and pour carbon into the atmosphere with insufficient oversight. But no one—Congress, the environmental community, or the president—seems to have the power to address these issues.
|By: TheMediaConsortium Friday July 9, 2010 4:27 pm|
|By: knowbuddhau Monday May 17, 2010 1:29 pm|
Jeff Kaye’s discovery, that the American Psychological Association has recently engaged in a bit of historical engineering, besides busting this latest attempt at manipulating our shared narrative, also brought out the best in many commenters. The thread should be read by anyone interested in the psychology of what ails us today.