June 2017 Archives

"We need to recognize experts more, respect them, and listen to them," argues science writer Chris Mooney. Limited knowledge accommodates false conclusions and, worse, denial. Education is essential for a scientific understanding of reality. Willful ignorance serves the sinister agenda of autocratic rule: xenophobic nationalism and endless war. 

Blaming liberal condescension toward the red states and the white working class for the election of Trump is a problem, says Katha Pollitt. "Empathy and respect are not about kowtowing to someone's cultural and social preferences. They're about supporting policies that make people's lives better, whether they share your values, or your tastes, or not. . .

"What should matter in politics is what the government does." In the name of humanity, we refuse to accept a fascist America.
Today the United States joined Syria and Nicaragua as the only countries not signed onto the international deal forged among 195 countries to reduce emissions that cause climate change.

"Saying that we need to rely on coal and oil is like saying that the earth is not round," said Bishop Marcelo Sanchez Sorondo. A withdrawal "would not only be a disaster but completely unscientific."

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