Month: May 2013

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Battery Recycling

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On May 31, 2013
As I’ve said before, the recycling business can be pretty nasty. We say something is “recycled,” which really means “I think I did something good and now I don’t have to pay attention to my role in the consumer chain.” But the reality is that once we put stuff in those nice green bins that […]
In my latest at the Diplomat I offer unsolicited, probably unwelcome advice to our neighbor to the north: NATO, and the capabilities that Canada has developed in order to effectively participate in NATO operations, will likely hold less relevance for Canadian strategic interests in the future than it has in the past. In particular, the […]

Furnishing Color

On May 30, 2013

There haven’t been enough forestry posts here lately and since it’s been determined that my interest in extremely obscure things that no one else in the world cares about is what’s a

Like every day, the Republicans are moving forward in their plans to stay relevant in the 21st century. We have Phyllis Schlafly calling for a return to openly white supremacist politics. Erick Erickson is saying that female breadwinners are defying nature. Tea Partiers are making jokes about shooting Susan Collins. In other words, a normal […]
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