Including and especially, but not limited to:
I looked over the photographs posted for the Battle of the Talk Show Hosts tonight, and in my humble opinion, this photographer appears to be a rank amateur. As an award-winning historical photographer, I've cut my teeth on this type of photography, and have four simple tips to improve many environmental (candid) photographs.
1. If the subject is standing, frame the picture as a vertical shot. Such will produce a tighter picture with less wasteful background.
Maybe it's been said before. Maybe it's been said many times before -- perhaps by our own Mr. Hartmann -- and I just don't read enough or watch enough TV so I've been missing it. But it's a notion I've held for a very long time and I've never heard it articulated more artfully or succinctly than by Bill Maher.
When we were fighting to stop a landfill from coming to our town I read that dear Mr Reagan made a deal with someone in the organized crime circuit, no not Wallstreet or Congress, a deal was made to trade Americas Labor force & unions for Americas trash. All trash hauling, all landfills, and all the companies that clean up landfills after they get put on the Superfund list when they leak. They all leak eventually.
Thom, several years ago ‘2009' I gave a speech on the political environment.
Last year I kind of repeated just the highlights on this blog, in which I gave my take on who Obama would face, and I repeated it once again a few months ago, because I understand Karl Rove.
Now my worst fears are coming true, for I was hoping that I would be wrong.
Hello. I have called Thom Hartmann show , spoke with Thom several times.
I have started to refine my wish list. I hope the 99'ers do the same.
I want healthcare for all.
Simple enough? Well, although complex, the healthcare system is in total chaos.
It all stems from healthcare being imbedded with Insurance regulation. This needs to end in order for healthcare to be afordable to all, thus quashing diseases and deadly germs from spreading.
I am 68 years old, Vietnam era Veteran. How I wish I could be at Wall Street with my brothers. God bless you.
As failed solar panel manufacturer Solyndra rides through the investigative ringer in Congress, revelations of another politically-connected company that received what appears to be a less-than-virtuous $1.2 billion loan guarantee are surfacing.
The company, SunPower, received its $1.2 billion loan guarantee in September, immediately before the program’s deadline.