Monthly Archives: June 2016

Blind man and his armless friend plant forest in China

May each of us add more than we take in our own lifetime. Overcoming their physical challenges, an armless man and his blind best friend take action in preserving their environment by planting a forest of more than 10,000 trees … Continue reading

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Danielle on The Financial Survival Network

Danielle was a guest on The Financial Survival Network with Kerry Lutz, talking about recent developments in the world economy and markets.  You can listen to an audio clip of the segment here.

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Farm to table food: cheaper, fresher, sustainable, smarter

More horizontal farm to table distribution cuts out big-food (big-carbon) conglomerates, and bank transaction fees, to bring crazy-cheap, fresher fruits and veggies, directly to households from producers who earn more and can afford to cultivate sustainable biodiversity in their crop … Continue reading

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Western policies driving crush of migrants

Excellent article and reminder on what the US can learn from Brexit: immigration will continue to overwhelm western borders and economies unless and until we look at how to help improve living conditions in the nations people are fleeing. Hint: … Continue reading

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Mervyn King on Brexit lessons for political elites

Former Bank of England Governor Mervyn King talks about the need for the ‘political elite’ to reconnect with citizens following the U.K.’s decision to leave the European Union.  Here is a direct video link.

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Majority votes and the urge to cherry pick democracy

As self-serving status quo pundits spew more hyperbolic nonsense about the ‘catastrophic’ costs of Brexit, why the yes vote should not be implemented, why the majority did not really understand what they were voting for, or how the margin of … Continue reading

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