One thing we can say for the Dumpster Fire-in-Chief: he doesn't give up. OK, we could say more, but let's stick with that for the moment. He doesn't give up. … Continue reading Dumpster Fire’s Budget: $8.6 B for the wall, slash social services
It's obvious to anyone who thinks before talking (or tweeting) that the government shutdown harms everyone, not just Democrats. But when pants are on fire, we need more than what's … Continue reading The shutdown is our national emergency
Once upon a time, there was an administration that protected its people from dangerous modern fire-breathing dragons. Then in August 2018, the big bad wolf-ogre-gremlin-current administration announced plans to undo Obama … Continue reading ISO Happy Ending: Comment by 10/31 on Emissions Standards for Power Plants
By Christina Tarr Deadline - October 2, 2018 Back in 2012, the Obama administration (remember them? Sniff...) set an ambitious target for emissions standards: Cars and trucks would achieve a … Continue reading Keep California Air Clean
Let's start with the basics: The United States Environmental Protection Agency currently has guidelines that allow states to control emissions from the oil and natural gas industry. The oil and … Continue reading Tell EPA Not to Remove Pollution Controls from Oil & Gas Companies
By Christina Tarr Let us name the reasons. He is corrupt. Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt is almost literally in bed with the oil and gas folks. He has been … Continue reading It’s time for Scott Pruitt to go
By Elizabeth Douglas On February 22, 2018, I joined folks from Bay Area Indivisible chapters (IEB, SF, and Berkeley), the Center for Biological Diversity, and 350.org to meet with members of … Continue reading Environmental Justice: a meeting with AG Becerra’s office
By Leslie Price While hundreds of thousands of excited fans gathered in Oakland on June 15 for the Warriors' victory parade, nine dedicated folks from Indivisible East Bay and other … Continue reading Feinstein Beats Warriors!