By 2050, there will be 9 billion people on Earth, and 70% of them will live in cities. American’s As the demand for locally sourced responsibly grown food increases- local food appears to be the future.
When you’re a kid, you don’t realize it when a Moment is happening. At age six, you can stand at the window as your dad climbs a ladder high into a tree to cut down a dead branch, and you can watch him suddenly twist and fall and swiftly slice open his right thigh with the bow saw, and you can be freaked out by all of his wincing and cursing and by the helplessness of your mom’s panicked tears, but you go to bed that night — maybe a little shaken up from all the blood, maybe a little concerned about the possibility of nightmares — and you have no idea that 25 years later, you’ll still be able to replay the entire scene in your mind.
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In what was perhaps the most interesting and revealing exchange of the Senate Intelligence Committee hearing on Russian Election Interference, FBI Director James Comey delivered a thinly veiled jab at President trump, insinuating when questioned that “romance” could be a potential factor in situations where a US government agent might be exploited into helping a foreign nation state.
Yesterday, the Senate wasted their time arguing over the very pointless H.J.RES 42, which would serve to disapprove of a rule passed with bipartisan support as part of the Department of Labor’s “Federal-State Unemployment Compensation Program
The issues in the military are only a glimpse into the larger issue across America. It is a reflection of the overall US culture of silence. The military needs to shake-up leadership- it needs to drastically change the way they do business; it needs to protect the individuals who bring these cultural issues to the forefront.
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