Tragedy struck the good people of Oklahoma as over 50 are dead, including 24 children. Those casualty numbers are expected to rise as the recovery efforts continue. Being in tornado alley and miles away from the Texas city of Granbury that was struck by devastation a week ago, I have a healthy understanding of the damage tornadoes can … Continue reading Heartbreak In Oklahoma
Today a bunch of us from WCRN are taking part in the City wide Worcester Cares event to raise money for the Tornado victims in Massachusetts We started at 5 a.m. with Daytime Host Hank Stoltz and will continue to broadcast from Commerce Bank until 6 p.m. tonight when the Red Sox will be on … Continue reading At the Worcester Cares event at Commerce Bank on Grafton St. Worcester UPDATE: Pictures and Videos Added!
Matt Yglesias seems to be unclear on the concept of damage control when a colleague has said something really offensive: Indeed, precisely the crux of our problem is that climate chaos isn’t divine retribution for pollution. So rather than suggesting that is the divine curse of Gaia that those GOP voting areas are subject to … Continue reading Matt Yglesias: If only it was divine retribution
That's my translation of this Think Progress piece. The congressional delegations of these states — Alabama, Tennessee, Mississippi, Georgia, Virginia, and Kentucky — overwhelmingly voted to reject the science that polluting the climate is dangerous. They are deliberately ignoring the warnings from scientists. I guess Think Progress and those who commented on that story think … Continue reading Think Progress: Those dead GOP hicks had it coming