Commercial media is a destructive force. It has greatly harmed our society from its inception. Ratings should not determine which events are investigated and reported on. It is clear that commercial media, media that is not publicly owned and operated, is incapable of adhering to an ethical code of conduct.
The steps that first-generation leaders like Brown have taken are too small to meet the demands of the moment. Yes, Brown is standing up to President Trump, and yes, he’s done more than other governors have. But when it comes to climate change, it’s physics that we must measure ourselves against—and by that standard, we’re losing.
Puerto Rico raises official Hurricane Maria death toll from 64 to 2,975
It’s a very substantial revision. The negligence required to accomplish this result is significant.
I think Elon Musk needs to have a serious multi-day confab with Arianna Huffington, in a very calm, serene location.
Mr. Musk, please, on behalf of the world, I ask you to do this or something similar. 🙂 This is workable! 🕉️☸️
Check out @profwolff’s Tweet: https://twitter.com/profwolff/status/1029053971627892736?s=09
This references an article I wrote about previously:
As Mr. Wolff points out, the New York Times continues its seemingly proud tradition, one it shares with plenty of other purveyors of truth, of stopping short of assigning blame where it is due and responsibly questioning the premises of this situation.
. . . Because that would be physically impossible. 🙂 Aren’t we fortunate!
So now all the non-human animals have to die because humans have failed at living in harmony with their environment.
Scientists seem to hold out hope that there’s still time to avoid catastrophe but it ain’t looking good. Good job, superstitious idiots. I hope you’ve had a fun ride with your season tickets and your Bible and your traditions. I haven’t.