barn-detail-PM-light, originally uploaded by Jock Gill. It is time to take Vermont out of moth balls and return it to full productive and strategic use. Trucking products from Vermont a few hundred miles makes sense. Trucking anything 3,000 miles makes very little sense –given today’s realities. It is not a mystery why truckers are refusing [...]
Monthly Archive for April, 2008
KWB-micro-CHP, originally uploaded by Jock Gill. Wood pellet powered Stirling engine micro-CHP is now a commercial product in Europe! This very strategic product is made by KWB of Austria, who currently refuse to sell into the North American market. Prof. Jerry Cherney of Cornell University learned of this product last week and shared it with [...]
Wall Street and Washington Are Failing Spectacularly — Where Do We Go? By Joe Costello, AlterNet. Posted April 15, 2008. The U.S. political and economic systems are not equipped to deal with the looming problems of the 21st century. I was 19 in October 1979, when I first stepped into a campaign office. It was [...]
[Note: The author of the essay below, Thompson Buchanan, is a retired Foreign Service Officer who has been sickened by the sight of America squandering the great asset of global sympathy and cooperation following 9/11, and the lives and treasure of America through an unjustified “war of choice.” He served eight years in the Soviet [...]
By: Nick Gill I am a left-liberal Democrat. This is about my dream team. I voted for Hillary Clinton in the Massachusetts Democratic primary. I believed she was a serious, tough, capable, intelligent politician who could do a good job as President. I also liked Barack Obama, but I felt he might be too inexperienced [...]
A hard look at how one man changed the face of neoconservatism. By Sidney Blumenthal Apr. 14, 2008 | After Dick Cheney shot a friend in the face on a Texas hunting trip in February 2006, the national press corps began to speculate about him as one of the great mysteries of Washington, the Sphinx [...]
Evening sky, originally uploaded by Jock Gill. More photos on Flickr. Just follow the links above. Thanks for looking.
By: DR FAROOQ HASSAN In today’s analysis, I examine some fundamental perspectives of far reaching significance for the US towards the outcome of the truly historic Pakistani elections of February 18. In a recent column on March 25, I had articulated the grim realisation that the Bush administration, by visibly still supporting Musharraf, was deeply [...]
Originally uploaded by Jock Gill. More images on Flickr, just follow the link above. — Thanks for looking.