Tzu-Chi: Vegetarianism for a Good Cause

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Vegetarianism lowers total carbon footprint, helping save planet Buddhist Tzu-Chi is a humanitarian non-profit founded in 1966 and based in Taiwan. Dharma Master Cheng Yen studied as a disciple with Venerable Master Yin Shun. The Buddhist organizer and teacher claims that her inspiration came from seeing how Catholic nuns performed good works for society such as setting up nursing homes, […]

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Trail of COVID-19 Deaths and PPE Shortages

No face mask needed

After a month of daily COVID-19 press briefings, the nation is reeling from COVID-19 deaths with bodies spilling out of morgues, nursing homes, hospital hallways, and huge refrigerated trucks. As of the first week of May, there are over 1.3 million cases in the United States and over 80,000 deaths. New York state continues to rank the highest with almost […]

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Trump fuels anti-Asian hate wave: What to do

03/30/2020, Times Square. NYC

AGN Editor Preface: There’s no question President Trump’s attitude and comments are fueling hostility towards Asian American Pacific Islanders (AAPI). National organizations are trying to combat the hatred. They take a more generic approach, while others are rooted in community-based heritage and AAPI cultural identity. On a personal level, you owe it to yourself to stand up for yourself and […]

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DC Homeless experience COVID-19 side effects

Union Station missing spring tourists

The homeless community in the Washington, D.C. metro region are abnormally adversely affected by all the side ramifications of COVID-19 from not being able to frequent their usual haunts to not being able to panhandle. Many of the most vulnerable suffer from mental illness and may not even be aware of the crisis. They may not understand the symptoms of […]

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Democratic Presidential Candidate Debate: Focus on Covid-19

March 15, 2020 DNC debate

The most recent Democratic Party debate occurred on March 15, 2020 in the insulated studios of CNN. The debate was moved to Washington, D.C. at the last minute due to the incipient Covid-19 crises affecting cities across the United States. Beginning on March 12th, many federal institutions, including museums, libraries, schools, universities, stadiums, theatres, and food venues announced a two-week […]

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Michael Moore slams Bloomberg, here’s why

Mayor Bloomberg brilliant entrepreneur billionaire but not for president

In tonight’s Episode 39: “Bloomberg and His Own ‘Kids in Cages,’” Academy Award winning documentary film-maker Michael Moore slams Democratic presidential candidate billionaire Mike Bloomberg. This takes audacity, and we have to have some hope, now that Elizabeth Warren, Amy Klobuchar, Peter Buttigieg, and Andrew Yang have all conceded. Why is former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg hanging on? As […]

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From The Peace Report: Trump will get second term due to favorable influences

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According to The Peace Report, President Trump is headed for a second term because the Democratic Party is more concerned about elevating corporate profits to keep shareholders happy than the demise of the middle class. However he also shares the idea that both parties ignore the nascent ponerology of which Trump is emblematic. Undercovered by corporate and even alternate media, […]

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Election year 2020: The system changes you

"347 Bills lay buried in the Republican graveyard" art project

Both Senator Bernie Sanders and Senator Elizabeth Warren are being marginalized by the establishment media. The nature of media attacks replicate what happened in 2016 with independents. Media coverage for the Democratic presidential runners often emphasizes spats rather than the substance of their platforms; at CNN YouTube.com it seems the Russian-trolls are at it again (although obviously there are other […]

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Last hours of humanity: nuclear radiation feeding superstorms

@ara_to1 before hagabis landfall

Very strange weather — weather pattern disruptions and anomalies— has intensified over the past decade. Although it is taboo to explore the subject (research into the devastating effects of nuclear radiation tend to be either grotesquely conducted, or underfunded and top-secret), there is a nagging suspicion that the four nuclear reactor meltdowns at Fukushima from March 11, 2011 is amplifying […]

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Yang2020: Humanity First

Yang at Iowa Town Hall

Mr. Yang, a self-made entrepreneur, appears to be a fresh face on the political scene. Only 44 years old, he is the founder of a training camp for startups called Venture for America. So far, as presidential candidate, he is best known for proposing a Universal Basic Income (UBI), a basic wage for all Americans of $1000 per month. The […]

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Amazon-owner strikes at low-wage workers twice in a week

Boas strangle their victims

Recently the Amazon owner, Jeff Bezos, slashed twice within a week upon those working in recent acquisitions: Whole Foods, and the Washington Post. The Express is a daily publication by the Washington Post that was distributed free throughout the Metro area. On weekday mornings, one could pick up a paper for free at the Metro station. Leftover stacks would be […]

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The Peace Report: Sanctions Kill

Infograph at SanctionsKill.org

In a speech uploaded to The Peace Report, Sanctions Kill and innocent people are suffering under horrendous sanctions imposed against enemy nations such as Venezuela, Iran, North Korea, and Russia. Sanctions Kill is a movement and petition sponsored by the International Action Center (IAC). It drew international attention to the economic sanctions and blockades enacted at the dawn of the […]

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