Lazy Link Dump
of States Writes:
The Progressives' Peer Directory from the American Street
When you're feeling alien and alone this is the place to go. We're all aliens here. Great Resource!
WaPo: Christian Right Turns, Sometimes Warily, to Environmentalism
The Greening of Evangelicals
... "creation care"
should be at the heart of evangelical life, Hedman says, along with condemning abortion, protecting family and loving Jesus. He uses the term "creation care"
because, he says, it does not annoy conservative Christians for whom the word "environmentalism" connotes liberals, secularists and Democrats.
Ran Prieur's perception of The Slow Crash
"Imagine the end of the world in moderation. It's hard. We tend to imagine that either the "economy" will recover and we'll go on like 1999 forever, plus flying cars, or else one day "the apocalypse happens" and every component of the industrial system is utterly gone."
Also read his landblog
Kurt Nimmo's Photos
photography and artwork
found via woods lot
Apocalypse now: how mankind is sleepwalking to the end of the Earth
Keeping Out of the Otero Mesa
The Bush administration is determined to force its way onto the Otero Mesa. New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson, backed by a coalition of ranchers and environmentalists, is determined to stop it.
Following the Food Chain
an interview with Michael Pollan, author of "The Botany of Desire"
Pollan writes what he calls "food detective stories," but the way he stalks his prey sets him apart from others who write about our palate and plate.
The Great Lakes Myth Society
Rounded out by the rhythm section of J. Scott McClintock (bass, vocals) and Fido Kennington (drums, vocals), Great Lakes Myth Society held their inaugural meeting on January 1, 2004, two months after the dissolution of their previous incarnation, the Original Brothers and Sisters of Love
(TOBASOL). The band has gone to great lengths to capture the spirit of discovery both on and off the stage. Like five applehead men soaking in their respective freshwater tombs, feeling the pulp return to their faces, each day brings the delicious pain of life and the endless need to create.
Track by track review
posted by Cyndy