A Vote Compromise That's Not Going Away
Those of us who want a Democratic president are going to have to do more than just cast our vote.
Doesn't Mean Water Worries Are Over
Santa Barbara's water supply is dependent on two increasingly tenuous sources of imported water: the Sierra snowpack and the Colorado River.
It's Worth a Try
Through the media Donald Trump created a persona that took him all the way to the White House.
Part 2, The Salmon
Part 2 is focused further south in Alaska in the Bristol Bay watershed where there is yet another potential Trump devastation of a First Nation's traditional culture and way of life.
Part One, The Caribou
In a past life I was fortunate enough to have two memorable professional encounters with Native Americans.
Impeachment Is a Certainty After Mueller's Report Is Issued
The release of Robert Mueller's report, a virtual certainty in the 2020 campaign season, will lead to impeachment.
We've Become Our Own Existential Threat
Population growth has been taboo in relation to discussions of global climate change.
Learning to Share Requires Leadership
Learning to share requires leadership from governments and funding.
Human Rights and Human Foibles Present a Challenge
Human rights and human foibles present a housing challenge.
What's Really on the November 6 Ballot
Whether a check will be placed on the official use of hate for political gain by the White House will be decided on November 6