Flyover of my Sunday hike at Ward Reservation.
Here’s John McCain on Iraqi insurgents during the 2008 campaign.
"The long memory is the most radical idea in America."
Thank you, Karl Rove, for drawing my attention to this. I might not have known about it otherwise.
Today marks Veterans Day, the federal holiday honoring U.S. men and women who have fought in the armed forces. Veterans continue to face extremely high levels of unemployment, traumatic brain injury, post-traumatic stress and homelessness. Since 2000, nearly 6,000 service members have experienced traumatic amputations from injuries caused by improvised explosive devices and other war-related dangers. Nearly one million active service members have been diagnosed with at least one mental health disorder since 2000; nearly half of those have been diagnosed with two or more. According to the Department of Veterans Affairs, an estimated 22 veterans take their own lives each day. Last year, more U.S. military personnel died by their own hands than the hands of others. On any given night, nearly 63,000 veterans are homeless. Many suffer chronic debilitating mental health problems. We are joined by long-time writer and photographer Ann Jones, author of the new book, “They Were Soldiers: How the Wounded Return from America’s Wars — The Untold Story.”
Coca-Cola is fighting legislation in Australia that will help save shore birds that die from plastic.
This Case Adds Four Extra Camera Lenses to Your iPhone via Mashable
Providence, RI: The “Green Team” joined “Camp Metal Head” for hands-on expressionism. Creativity ensues.
Watch and help ‘em win a $2k grant challenge!