“Thursday, the House passed a farm bill that stripped out the food stamp program, breaking a pact that for decades has protected the nutrition needs of low-income Americans. It was the first time since 1973 that food stamps haven’t been part of a farm bill, and it reflected the contempt of the far right for anyone desperate enough to rely on the government for help to buy groceries.”
What do accomplished writers and victorious armies have in common? Syphilis. Does the disease make the man or does the man simply make poor decisions?
Fracking has recently undercut coal as the cheapest form of energy in the United States. It’s also cleaner, for now. But what do we know about fracking and the chemicals that make it work? Almost nothing.