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A Poem About Meters

Oct
2014
29

Features

Irish Air: Message from the CEO 

(with thanks to Padraig McCormack for the inspiration)
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Factory Farming

Oct
2014
20

Agriculture/Animal Welfare, Features

by Jamison Maeda

Despite the windmills and rolling hills on the packaging, nothing
about the factory farming industry resembles farming whatsoever. The
fact is factory farms and feed lots are cruel, brutal businesses owned
by giant corporations that are very loosely regulated if at all. And
in the absence of regulation and review, the practices of many factory
farms have reached a level of animal cruelty never before seen in
human history.
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Features, Human Rights, Justice

Statement From: McConville Wootton <justice4thetwo@gmail.com>

Today the appeal court and the Public prosecution service have increased the sentence of John Paul Wootton from 14 to 18 years. This punitive measure is designed to cloak the fact that John Paul Wootton and Brendan McConville are victims of one of the most blatant miscarriages of justice in recent times.
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Environment, Features, International

Billions of Plastic Bottles end up in the Worlds Oceans

Billions of Plastic Bottles end up in the Worlds Oceans

by Jamison Maeda  In our present era of natural disasters, disease, war, and poverty, it’s difficult to imagine that humanity’s biggest threat is actually the bottled water industry. This sounds like hyperbole or sensationalist fear mongering. How could bottled water be as serious a threat as war or disease? To answer that question you have to understand where bottled water comes from.
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