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Shaping My Words

24. March 2013

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By Margaret Randall Shaping My Words

We have reached a moment in human evolution that foretells an uncertain future at best, and a future that in palpable ways is already here. It is a future that shows its voracious fangs and seems to mock our attempts to pursue a course that favors a culture of life over one of death.

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How breast cancer helped me know who I am

24. March 2013

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By Susan Clair How breast cancer helped me know who I am

It is more important to know what sort of person has a disease than to know what sort of disease a person has. —Hippocrates, Greek physician, ca. 460 BCE–377 BCE

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Kirtland Spill: Get Serious

21. March 2013

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By V.B. Price

With the Kirtland Air Force Base jet fuel spill now estimated at 24 million gallons, it’s time for New Mexico’s U.S. Senators to get serious about cleaning it up. Tom Udall and Martin Heinrich need to come to Albuquerque, hold formal hearings with their power of subpoena, and require all associated parties to testify under oath about how such a calamity could happen, and what can be done to make that massive amount of polluted water drinkable again.

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