- Obama Calls Paris Events ‘an Attack on the Civilized World’
- French officials: Manhunt in Europe for at least 1 suspect ‘directly involved’ in Paris attacks
- Time Is Running Out For Pax Americana
- The Easy Days Are Over
- Paris and the Lessons of 9/11
- What the Rise of the Yuan Means for the Global Economy
- Muslims Around the World Speak Out Against Terrorist Attacks in Paris
- Water Conservation Order Is Extended in California
- Why don’t we learn from our mistakes – even when it matters most?
- Paris Attacks Were an ‘Act of War’ by ISIS, Hollande Says
- What Happened In Paris?
- Ferfal: Letters from Survivors in Ukraine
- Yes, Darth Vader ran for office in Ukraine. Unfortunately, it’s no joke.
- What “Reclining Nude” Tells Us About the Phoney Baloney Economy
- Say Goodbye To Open Borders
- House Republican Hard-Liners Drafting 'Contract With America II'
- About 38% Of All The COMEX Gold In Hong Kong Left The Warehouses Yesterday
- IEA Says Record 3 Billion-Barrel Oil Stocks May Deepen Rout
- This Food Truck Also Distributes Food to the Needy
- The Asteroid Hunters
- Marco Rubio Says Welders Make More Money Than Philosophers Do. He’s Wrong.
- Consumer Sentiment Climbs as Americans Buoyed by Price Discounts
- The Future Of Protein Will Not Be Animal Meat
- How Solar Installations Could Be the Barn-Raisings of the 21st Century
- Tax The Trash: Why The U.S. Needs To Rethink Waste Management
- Meet Stan Herd, the Man Who Turns Agriculture into Amazing Works of Art
In this week's Off The Cuff podcast, Chris and John Rubio discuss:
- Worrisome Weightlessness
- It feels like the moment before everything heads South
- Spinning Apart
- Europe and Asia are hurdling towards crisis as their economies falter
- Ridiculous Markets
- There's no precedent, nor any sanity, to guide us right now
- Bankrupt Policies
- Our policy responses have already failed. It's just no one wants to admit it.
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The growth of a real sharing economy depends on community. And it follows that building community is greatly helped by access to common space. That's why cities have been hailed as the great bastions of innovation--the more opportunity people have to connect with one another, the more likely for cross-pollination of ideas.
- Life After ISIS and Assad: A Journey in a Free Syria
- Wholesale Inventories Have Never Been Higher Relative To Sales, Ever
- Has Gold Hit a Bottom?
- Billionaire investor Carl Icahn: Inversions are terrible for this country
- Why Don’t We “Like” Our Neighbors
- Economist Saul Eslake says the mining boom may be the last ever
- Democrats and Republicans agree: If you can mine it in space, it’s yours
- Argentina Pulling Ahead In The Race To Be The World’s Next Shale Hotspot
Learn how to ID and enjoy this calorie-dense wild plant food. The hickory nut can be well worth the effort to harvest.
Some interesting ways to preserve and save food for your deep pantry and long term food stores. Many different skill sets and knowledge to learn from exploring these methods.
Top image: Irene Aguilar, the chief architect of ColoradoCare. Article and Aguilar image cross-posted from YES! Magazine.
- Chicago pension payments will lag despite legal outcomes: Moody's
- Vast majority of Chicago teachers ready to strike: reports
- Lawmaker pens book to warns of public pension crisis
- Treasury Sells Record $52 Billion in Debt Amid Shortage of Bills
- Japan’s national debt to exceed 1,000tr yen
- Corporate America deep in debt - Goldman Sachs
- Jump in emerging market household debt raises red flags- IIF
- ECB's Liikanen warns of downside risks to inflation, growth
- ECB Faces Three Suits Over Quantitative Easing in Germany
- Russian Car Sales Fall More Than Forecast as Recession Hits
- Rising food prices to hit rural India in 2016
- Brazilian Real Advances as Intervention Offsets Levy Concerns
- Swedish cbank increasingly ready to act over strong crown, minutes show
- Draghi Replaces Yellen as Savior for Borrowers Before Fed D-Day
- Rand's Record Fall Adds Pressure on South Africa's Central Bank
- Krung Thai Bank cuts 2015 loan target on weak economy
- Seoul Office Vacancy to Stay High as Economy Slows, Savills Says
- Indonesia's Permata says sees pressure on portfolio due to economy
- Economy Weakens for Trudeau as Watchdog Cuts Canada GDP Forecast
- China to keep policy support for economy to cope with challenges
- Developing Market Debt Hits $58.6Tn on Bailout Mania
- More misery ahead for Greeks as economy set to shrink again
- Japan's Metals Producers Cut Targets as China's Demand Slows
- ‘Limited room’ for policy makers to respond to economic shocks, Moody’s warns
- China's Deflation Pressures Signal More Monetary, Fiscal Easing
- South Korean Economy Negatively Affected by China's Slowdown
- Portugal’s leftists likely to oust new government in austerity vote
- Fed’s Rosengren sees possible bubble in commercial real estate
Stellaria media or common chickweed is a cool season annual “weed.” This plant will germinate in the fall or late winter and forms ground covering mats in the early spring. The plant starts to retreat in the middle of the spring and by early summer, it’s gone entirely.
- A Crisis Without End
- “When I Picture My Future, I See Nothing”
- Our Government Is Out of Control
- Exclusive: Investigators '90 percent sure' bomb downed Russian plane
- Watchdogs struggle to explain "optimism bias" in rosy GDP forecasts
- Only three states score higher than D+ in State Integrity Investigation; 11 flunk
- Spain’s News Media Are Squeezed by Government and Debt
- Fusion Energy Facing A Major Test This Month
Photo: Quixote Village in Olympia, Washington (The Press Democrat)
Last week, officials in Sonoma County in Northern California took the first steps toward creating tiny house villages as a low-cost way to house the county’s homeless.