Dennis Stone and ‘America’s Stonehenge’ March 12/18

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TweetYumDennis Stone, owner of New Hampshire’s America’s Stonehenge, will be providing updates on this 4000 year old ceremonial site and discussing new theories about the influence of southern migrations and new testing that may reveal the purpose of and who built this enigmatic complex. For more information about America’s Stonehenge visit http://www.stonehengeusa.com/ Pics are at […]

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Affordable Housing Built in Days with Recycled Plastic Bricks

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TweetYum Conceptos Plásticos is a Colombian construction company that builds homes, shelters, classrooms, and community spaces out bricks and pillars made entirely from recycled plastic, rubber, and electronic waste. The company was founded by Oscar Mendez, an architect, and Fernando Llano, who had previously researched the reuse of plastics as building materials to create “ecoblocks.” […]

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Baltimore Conference Organizes Opposition against US Foreign Military Bases

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TweetYumDuring a January, 2018 conference in Baltimore hosted by the Coalition Against U.S. Foreign Military Bases, organizations from all over the world gathered to discuss and criticize the United States’ 800 foreign military bases, which are located around the world in around 80 countries. These operations cost the US over $ 156 billion annually. The […]

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$21 Trillion Missing from US Federal Budget

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TweetYumA whopping $ 21 trillion was found to be missing from the US federal budget as of this past year. Michigan State University professor Mark Skidmore and a group of graduate students made the discovery after overhearing a government official say that the 2016 report by the Department of Defense’s Office of Inspector General (DoDIG) […]

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Nebraska Supreme Court Decision a Victory against Alcoholism for Pine Ridge Reservation

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TweetYumOliver Laughland and Oliver Silverstone of the Guardian reported that in late summer 2017, the Nebraska Supreme Court unanimously ruled to close Whiteclay, Nebraska’s four liquor stores–which had fueled generations of alcoholism on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota. Alcoholism has been a prominent issue for the Oglala Lakota Sioux tribe which inhabits […]

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