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Why airlines climate change, sustainable jet fuel plan is lagging behind in electric cars and vehicles
By Jimit Patel · 3 months ago
American Airlines plane parked at New York's LaGuardia International Airport. In 1928, a person crossed the Atlantic; in 2018, 4.3 billion passenger trips were recorded. Although some people managed to avoid it even before covid ...
The World Divides
By David Reavill · 4 months ago
Seventy-Five years ago, Winston Churchill proclaimed that the world was dividing into two camps. The Cold War had begun. Last week Vladimir Putin made the same observation to another audience. -- He lacks the rhetorical ...
Beloved Scooby-Doo Character Gets a Rename
By Jake Johner · 3 months ago
Who remembers waking up early Saturday morning, crawling from your warm bed out to the living room floor or couch, enveloped in your blanket; hitting the power button on your television set and sneaking in ...
The End Of The "New World Order?"
By David Reavill · 4 months ago
Imagine if leaders representing nearly half the world's population were to meet, and it didn't make the nightly news. Very little has been reported in the Western Press about the latest meeting of the Shanghai ...
The height of human heinousness: Palestine-Israel Conflict
By Rahnuma Ramisa · 3 months ago
90 000 displaced in Gaza. 5 590 Palestinians killed between 2008 and 2020. 95% Gaza’s water unfit for human use. For around a century, millions of Palestinians have been constantly alienated, displaced and injured. Their ...
Cumberland Academy: A School with a Rich History and a Bright Future
By Donald Urick · 3 months ago
The Cumberland Academy is a school that has a long and illustrious history, as well as an exciting and promising future. Since 1785, the institution has been educating young people, and to this day, it ...
World food crisis
By K. Tharini Prathiba Peiris · 4 months ago
World food crisis Many nations are struggling with rising food insecurity, which is undoing years of progress and threatening the accomplishment of the Sustainable Development Goals by 2030. The impact of the Russian invasion on ...
Stop The Violence Celebrity Basketball 2022
By Dee Jones · 5 months ago
Chicago is one of the largest cities in the US known for tourism, music/entertainment, fashion, its beautiful skylines, delicious food and architecture. In all its splendor, it has become plagued by violence in impoverished neighborhoods ...
Pence Was In Charge
By Larry Farmer · 5 months ago
Pence Was In Charge I have a theory that Mike Pence was calling many of the shots when Donald Trump was President. To begin with, I don’t believe Trump or his inner circle expected to ...
The Taiwan Cock-Up
By Miroslav N. · 4 months ago
Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan deserves a special place in the ever-expanding annals of political dumbfuckery. Without anything resembling proper diplomatic preparation, she hopped on a plane and ...
Those Who Live In Glass Houses Should Not Throw Stones
By Larry Farmer · 5 months ago
Those Who Live In Glass Houses Should Not Throw Stones Since the Syrian Civil War and Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, I’ve noticed Americans of all political persuasions suddenly talking about war crimes, generally inhumane methods ...
Three Presidents
By Larry Farmer · 5 months ago
Three Presidents Sometimes things don’t work out as people expect. This statement is true across all walks of life and throughout human history. In politics we often hear of unintended consequences. Whenever a law is ...
Russian invasion of Ukraine showed all the problems of the democratic countries’ “unity”
By James Hoyte · 5 months ago
Since the first days of March EU and NATO have begun execution of their plan of global isolating Russia. Putin’s invasion to Ukraine was used as an excellent reason. This plan contained several actions which ...
The Private Spies embedded among the January 6th Protesters!
By Thomas Smith · 5 months ago
While there has been growing speculation that federal agents and Capitol Police were very much involved in instigating acts of violence during the Jan. 6, 2021 protests and recording responses for the purposes of entrapment, ...
Why Nigerians should vote Peter Gregory Obi for President.
By Abuh-Ramson Eunice Eleojo · 5 months ago
Peter Gregory Obi is a Nigerian businessman and politician. He was the governor of Anambra state from 2006-2014. In May 2022, he became the Labour party nominee for the president of Nigeria in the 2023 ...
A Case Study of Misplaced Nostalgia for Colonial Hong Kong
By Nathan H. Chan · 6 months ago
A Case Study of Misplaced Nostalgia for Colonial Hong Kong Nathan H Chan January 20, 2022 During the recent violent protests in my hometown, Hong Kong, a news article quoted one protester bearing a British ...
Keder Solutions Answer Supply Chain Issues
By Kate Pierce · 5 months ago
The supply chain issues of today continue to be a complex problem that comes with no easy answers. The disruption in the supply chain was first seen through the COVID-19 pandemic and has continued to ...
Not What I Signed Up For
By Larry Farmer · 6 months ago
Not What I Signed Up For Conservatives have traditionally been isolationist or noninterventionist. Although there are many examples to buttress this point, two are worthy of mention. William Graham Sumner, a conservative philosopher in the ...
How Roe V. Wade Will Impact the U.S Foster Care System
By Divya Rao · 6 months ago
Nationwide, there are approximately 424,000 foster youth in the United States. The Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe V. Wade and ban abortion curtails women’s autonomy over their own health and will also have substantial ...
Compounding Mistakes
By Trevor Matheson · 6 months ago
It is incomprehensible how anyone can, in their right mind, argue in favor of elective abortion. There are few cases where it might be appropriate to consider abortion, but those do not include reasons for ...