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A recent op-ed on climate and tax reform

Here’s an op-ed I wrote, published in the Concord Monitor November 13 – thanks to Hunter Brownlie for collaborating.  Please go to https://www.regulations.gov and follow the instructions for submitting YOUR comments to EPA-HQ-OAR-2017-0355. Tax Reform and Climate Action: Ships Passing in the Night In the first week of November, two important events emerged in the confluence of Washington, D.C.: The U.S. House unveiled a…read more →

What do 28 US Senators from 20 States Have in Common?

A view of Senate climate all-nighter Here’s my op-ed published in the Portsmouth Herald after my DC trip last week: I happened to be in Washington for meetings on the day of the Senate Democrats’ all-night climate caucus Tuesday, and sat in the gallery to attend the proceedings. My observation is that the men and women in the most exclusive…read more →

I miss John McCain

I miss John McCain.   I miss his missives – his term of endearment in 2007 for one of my organizers, Sam Witherbee, was “You little jerk”.  That was before the 2008 general election, before the New Hampshire primary and during the days when McCain, before giving his stump speech, would introduce Sam to the people assembled. One night McCain’s…read more →

5 Reasons Why Your Campaign Can Fail

Happy Earth Day. Aldo Leopold, father of wildlife management and of our American wilderness system – conservationist, forester, and educator – was convinced early in his career that “if the public were told how much harm ensues from un-wise land use, it would mend its ways”. Years later Leopold understood he was wrong because he had assumed (1) people were listening…read more →