I’m not against petroleum. I am against irresponsible use of the valuable god-given resource by burning it away like there is no tomorrow.

August 1, 2016 Dena Jensen via “I can clearly see that the issue is not petroleum vs. environment.” – Whatcom County Council Member Satpal Sidhu / Noisy Waters Northwest — noisy waters northwest

Tautology is comparative work: Timothy Seidel’”Occupied territory is occupied territory”: James Baldwin, Palestine and the possibilities of transnational solidarity’, Third World Quarterly, 37, 9, 2016, pp. 1644-1660 — settler colonial studies blog James Baldwin wrote that ‘occupied territory is occupied territory, even though it be found in that New World which the Europeans conquered’.

Abstract: In his 1966 essay ‘A Report from Occupied Territory’, James Baldwin wrote that ‘occupied territory is occupied territory, even though it be found in that New World which the Europeans conquered’. Though written 50 years ago, Baldwin’s observations continue to resonate, indicating historical trends across geographical experiences affected by the legacy of colonialism. A […] … More Tautology is comparative work: Timothy Seidel’”Occupied territory is occupied territory”: James Baldwin, Palestine and the possibilities of transnational solidarity’, Third World Quarterly, 37, 9, 2016, pp. 1644-1660 — settler colonial studies blog James Baldwin wrote that ‘occupied territory is occupied territory, even though it be found in that New World which the Europeans conquered’.

The attitude of the American settler was always that When he exhausted the soil of his farm, he felt that his son could go West and take up another … 

In May of 1908, US President Theodore Roosevelt hosted the Conference of Governors on the topic of the Conservation of Natural Resources. In the President’s opening address, one of the key topics covered was soil erosion. Roosevelt said, ‘we began with soils of unexampled fertility, and we have so impoverished them by injudicious use and … More The attitude of the American settler was always that When he exhausted the soil of his farm, he felt that his son could go West and take up another …