* News from Michigan about two contaminants found in groundwater used for drinking water. The report forced the anguished question: just how isolated or singular was MI’s struggle with lead, or is lead just one element in a witches brew […]
If you didn’t see and read this you really should…
It was published in the History News Network Newsletter. I think we need to worry about terrorists but we also need to worry about the condition of our infrastructure and it’s […]
On June 8, 2010, Maine voters considered legislation, which would have reformed the state’s tax structure and bond measures that will bolster infrastructure investment. By a large margin, Mainers rejected a law passed last June, LD 1495, to lower the […]
Clearly, still a bit foggy
By Jeff Winke
A quick check with the Psychics & Mediums Network reveals some startling predictions for 2010:
Quantum physicists discover an extraordinary way to generate electricity from water.
Secret human cloning experiment attempts to clone famous person.
Bin Laden […]
By Greg Sitek
Public works projects are beginning to stimulate various segments of the construction industry with funding for projects.
We all have a way of tracking the state of the economy as it affects us. So how are we, as an […]