How a ‘RepublicEN’ takes on the right flank on climate

May 15, 2019 by  
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A former congressman’s campaign to persuade his fellow Republicans to take climate action.

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Carbon Footprints In The Snow: Then & Now

February 8, 2010 by  
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Pedestrian braves the street, avoiding the un-shoveled sidewalk. Image credit: The Hook, photo by Hawes Spencer Having grown up where snow up to the windows was normal, it is with amazement that I view my fellow Southeastern Pennsylvanians dealing with serious snow. Two honest-feet fell Friday night; and, another two feet are predicted starting tomorrow night.

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Five Recycled T-Shirt Crafts Just for Babies

January 18, 2010 by  
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Oh dear, I love my recycled T-shirt crafts! And, it appears, so do many of my fellow bloggers . In our defense, T-shirts have a world of things going on for them in terms of crafting: they’re pre-washed (and wash well), they’re readily available and affordable at pretty much any thrift shop, and they add huge graphic impact, as well as personality, to one’s work.

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