Filed under: American politics, California, climate change, Syria, Water | Tags: California water, climate change, Syria, Syrian civil war, water politics, water war
Confession time: I can’t stand to watch the videos of Syrian people suffering and dying from the latest Sarin attack. Since I have asthma, I may very well die gasping for breath, and this particular horror strikes too close to home for me to watch. Here’s Charity Navigator listing their best charities for the Syrian conflict. Or you can give to the UNHCR for Syria.
Anyway, I decided to look back at my 2013 post on the Syrian Water War, to see where we are 3 1/2 years later. Has anything changed? Is there anything we can learn, especially with the current regime in the White House? Continue reading
Filed under: 2016, American politics, Uncategorized | Tags: El Cheeto Grande
I know, I know, everybody’s getting stressed out about acting thankful tomorrow, and I’m supposed to put out a message about what I’m thankful for (which is a lot, actually. I’m still breathing. That counts for something).
Unfortunately, I’m just providing ammo for that Thanksgiving political argument you don’t want to get into. So if you’re not interested in that, have a wonderful Thanksgiving and read the rest of this on Friday.