Posts byJesseb Shiloh

As Rubio lurches right, New Hampshire moderates should reject his inconsistency

Hillary Clinton has famously used different voices and espoused different stances depending on her audience. Marco Rubio has been pulling from her playbook, coming across as a hardcore Christian conservative in Iowa while appealing to pragmatic Republicans in New Hampshire. Will the the shifting mesmerize east coast moderates into making him the Establishment pick?
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The Furious 7 Dodge Charger

As one of the most touted cars that have made a resurgence, the Dodge Charger, especially the Hellcat have had more articles and stories written about it than just about any other car on the planet. Take that same car and put it in one of the highest grossing movies in history and it becomes
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2015 Lincoln Navigator: The Real Deal

As much as other full-size luxury SUVs has tried to take over the market, the Lincoln Navigator was the original offering in this class and continues to be a force to be reckoned with. By being the original in the class, the Navigator continues to offer amazing looks with luxury features that match well in
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Africa is issuing $1 billion in climate change bonds

Africa may only be responsible for a small portion of the world’s carbon emissions, but the continent is also considered by many to be one of the most vulnerable to the planet’s changing climate. Weather-related disasters are already undermining the record growth in the nations of Africa and is threatening their hard-won gains in development.
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The Alps: The heart of European Romanticism

The Alps are one of the most gorgeous landscapes that Europe has to offer. Be it in winter, spring, summer, or especially autumn, the Alps are beautiful in a way that is almost impossible to describe with words. The glorious views can be enjoyed in any of the numerous small towns that dot the landscape,
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MSU researchers have created transparent solar cells

Solar power is widely considered to be the most promising form of alternative energy due in large part to the universal availability of its energy source, the sun. It’s for this reason that so many researchers are working to advance the technology, spawning a plethora of innovative developments for the technology. The latest such development
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Greenpeace accuses the UK of misleading the public with fracking consultation

Greenpeace has accused the United Kingdom government of using “misleading” information in a public consultation over controversial, under-house fracking plans. The private, non-profit organization has claimed that the main document for the plan that was put out for comment contained incomplete and misleading information. The Department for Energy and Climate Change (DECC) is currently looking
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California businesses unite to preserve the state’s waterways

Twelve local Waterkeeper organizations and the California Coastkeeper Alliance have announced the launch of a network of California businesses that will begin working together to protect the state’s rivers, streams, ocean, coasts, and bays. Called the Blue Business Council, the network of business so far includes: Channel Island Outfitters, Clif Bar, h2hotel, Hotel Healdsburg, Humboldt
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Greenpeace warns of China’s coal expansion plans

The coal-fired power plants that provide the energy for China’s largest cities are also the reason that those cities are among the most polluted in the world. What’s China’s solution to this problem? Move the pollution to a different area. Rather than investing in alternative energy sources that don’t pump hundreds of millions of tons
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Christian Missionary Arrested in North Korea

In his second trip to North Korea, Australian Christian missionary John Short, 75, was not able to spread the message of the Gospel or hand out very many Bibles translated to Korean. This time, he was arrested. Australia does not have diplomatic relations with the communist country but will through South Korea to negotiate for
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Why Should We Eat Organic?

For those of us who have been tracking Monsanto and others who employ GMO crop-altering chemicals to foods, the reasons to go organic are very clear. The process, risks, and sheer facts surrounding GMOs are all compelling enough. Not everyone knows nor do they want to know about GMOs as can be seen by some
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