All in the bubbles
"This March, for the first time in human history, the monthly average carbon dioxide in our atmosphere exceeded 400 parts per million. The range had been 170-300 parts per million for hundreds of thousands of years."
2014 was hot stuff
"January through November 2014, the year so far, were the hottest first 11 months of any year recorded."
They called it the "water cure."
The United States "decided waterboarding was torture back when we court-martialed American soldiers for waterboarding Philippine insurgents in the Philippine revolution."
Solar jobs outshine coal-mining
"There are already more American jobs in the solar industry than in coal mining."
Green industries are a gusher for U.S. jobs
"We have more people working in clean and green energy than in oil and gas in this country."
Answering the call time and again.
Rhode Island has the "the second-most heavily deployed National Guard in the United States."
We're number one
"The American healthcare system burns 18 percent of our national GDP. Nobody else is close."
Soaring college costs eroded Pell Grant buying power
"In 1976, the first year that Pell Grants were fully funded, a full Pell Grant paid 72 percent of the cost of attendance at a typical four-year public college. Today, a full Pell Grant covers just 34 percent of those costs.
Smile, you’re on candid webcam!
"Some criminals have learned how to spy on Americans, hacking into our home computers and looking out through the video camera attached to the screen."
Whether to China or Chattanooga - tax break is the same.
"The law, right now, permits companies that close down American factories and offices and move those jobs overseas to take a tax deduction for the costs associated with moving the jobs to China or India or wherever."
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