We idle at a crossroads. It’s a harried intersection, to be sure, at a twilight hour. From one direction flow the rail cars of explosive oil, streams of latticed drilling […]
Climate action in the U.S. will not come from some mass conversion of the largely white middle-class deniers, whose representatives even now hold the nation hostage in hopes of preventing […]
Hector Zertuche’s first environmental crime occurred around 2009 when he discovered a truckload of oilfield drilling muds dumped on the banks of the Nueces River outside Sandia. “We matched the […]
Great to see Plum Island, the most secure location of six candidates according to Homeland Security, being played up for proposed massive germlab, the N-BAF. Finally, something like sanity surfacing.
Yes, let’s “pay attention to his words.” Risks of nuclear power? McCain’s response is “blah, blah, blah.”
While the “Drill Me – Drill You” mantra has pressed offshore derricks and scenes of middle-aged Republican coitus to the forefront of popular consciousness, there’s a lot more to this here debate than crowd hysterics. What you may not have heard about is the proposed opening of the national treasury to all things nuclear.
Why is this man filming me?
What about his buddy in the Ranger with the viewfinder glued to his eye?
Several men with digital recorders and hard hats took part in a digitized stand-off Saturday as a group of about 20 uranium-curious amateur photographers toured mining operations outside Kingsville sans invitation.
Nosy naturalists have spied more racoons than red-winged blackbirds at their popular feeding center in Sinton, Texas, but that’s OK. No ornithological-whatchamabug graduate students got sunburned, or rat-scratched, or hyperventilated […]
So I’m not always grousing and cracking bads on my good- and ill-intentioned brethren. Yesterday I let my hair down at Maverick Park and rocked a wee bit with the Krayolas, damned a brew or two to deeper digestions, and tried to hotwire a Mercedes-produced Smart Car, rollcage-encapsulated older brother to the IPhone with seats, a/c, and wheels.
South Texas Opposes Pollution (STOP) and the Coastal Bend Sierra Club are sponsoring a teach-in on uranium mining in Kingsville on May 17. The course will be led by Dr. […]
There will be a uranium mining teach-in down in Goliad this Saturday. It promises to shed more light on UEC’s efforts to mine uranium from shallow water drinking aquifers downriver from San Antonio. That would place it in prime cattle country and upriver from the oysters, shrimp, and wading birds of San Antonio Bay, fellas.