By reprogramming "our" dysfunctional monetary system, within a decade, human civilization will consume no more renewable energy (and desalinated seawater) than we and our increasingly automated infrastructure require....
The time-honored American tradition, whereby "politics ends at the water's edge," has historically sent a clear message to
friend and foe alike that the American people, through their elected representatives, stood full square behind the armed forces
and their commander-in-chief during time of war.
Before the war started, the Pentagon told its embedded reporters not to dig for dirt or conduct their own investigations—just sit back and let the "truth" set them free. Even so, during the week ending April 6, some correspondents stayed honest by covering not only American victories and losses, but also the dark side of war, excesses that are unlikely to win the loyalty of Iraqis. Never mind what the Arab media are saying. Some of the most unflinching stories have been written by reporters from the U.S. and U.K.