The Truth About Food & Eating – Part I

Telling the truth about food and eating is embarrassing. It’s personal. As though I’m about to talk about masturbation and not in an objective third-person way. It’s something we all do but who really wants to discuss it with anyone other than maybe a lover or best friend? And let’s be honest, it’s completely self-involved.… Continue reading The Truth About Food & Eating – Part I

Follow Up – Walking While Female

My post from a few weeks ago, Walking While Female, has generated quite a bit of feedback. I will address a few points soon but wanted to link an article I saw recently on NPR regarding this issue specific to the middle east. Looks like I'm not alone in trying to get my head around… Continue reading Follow Up – Walking While Female

Renewable Sustainable Energy – as American as Railroads and Highways

The extreme opposition to sustainable energy development is baffling on many levels. But let's take a look at one frequent argument. It’s too expensive. It’ll hurt American businesses and cost American jobs. Let's go back in time and consider the development and use of locomotive steam engines. In the early nineteenth century, widespread expansion of the railroad… Continue reading Renewable Sustainable Energy – as American as Railroads and Highways