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FAQs: The Politics of a New York State Fracking Moratorium
Written by Mike Bernhard   
Friday, 28 June 2013

No matter how far you've gone down the wrong road, turn around.

Knowing that the whole country, indeed the whole world, is looking to New York
State to stop fracking and lead the way for others to piggyback on our success, we
find it especially important that we get it right. We can help not only ourselves but
also every other citizenry affected, and we can change the course of history. We
cannot waste time; too much is at stake. We can’t play games. We must demand
what we need to survive. And we must win.

Last Updated ( Saturday, 23 November 2013 )
The APT: American Political Terms
Written by David Cyr   
Thursday, 31 January 2013



            A lexicon dedicated to apt reality based definitions of many American political terms 


tougher sanctions:

what a progressive POTUS imposes after tough sanctions have failed to make another humanitarian war necessary


Last Updated ( Friday, 18 April 2014 )
BOOK REVIEW: Sustainable Energy — Without the Hot Air
Written by David Cyr   
Tuesday, 04 January 2011


— Graphic by David Cyr, using energy stacks provided by David MacKay

"Please don’t get me wrong: I’m not trying to be pro-nuclear. I’m just pro-arithmetic."

David J. C. MacKay is a Professor of Natural Philosophy, in the Department of Physics, at Cambridge University. He is also the Chief Scientific Advisor to the British government's Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC).

In his book, Sustainable Energy (without the hot air), MacKay has provided an indispensable tool for the people who want humans to get fit... rather than remain unfit to survive.

Last Updated ( Monday, 17 December 2012 )
The Violence of “Nonviolence”
Written by David Cyr   
Sunday, 23 January 2011


What was the motivation for America’s "nonviolent" movement, and what did the pacification of protest produce?

Have you ever wondered why the liberals, who worship the Founding Fathers and patriots of the American Revolution, have insisted that antiwar and social justice movements in America must always use nonviolent means — even nonviolent communication? The rough hewn patriots hid behind trees and used their long rifles to punch large holes through the chests of the occupation force Redcoats as they marched by, so that the industrious liberal reasoning Founding Fathers, rather than the King’s conservative cronies, could collect the profits from slavery and genocide. Is it cognitive dissonance, or a pattern of deception?

Last Updated ( Sunday, 23 January 2011 )
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