While we gawk at the Executive, the Legislative is decimating environmental protections.
Safe drinking water. Clean air. Wild lands that maintain plant and animal diversity. The very health of the planet itself.
They were all here, in great shape and in abundance before any of us arrived. In my judgment, they should all be here when we turn things over to our children and grandchildren.
If you agree, start paying attention. Not to the broad executive order strokes of 45, but to the details of what’s happening in Congress.
Continue reading “Green Assault”
A few days ago while on my midday walk with the dogs, when I was on the 1700 block of 15th Street South, I saw what looked like an albino robin.
Can’t be, I thought to myself. I took a double take and watched the bird and several robins fly down from the branch he was on toward the driveway of a nearby house. Must be a white dove, I said out loud. Even if that were the case, it would have been pretty unusual in this area. I’ve never seen an all-white dove in the Dakotas or Minnesota; they’re all grey.
Continue reading “Me, Mark & the White Robin”