With another set of made-in-the-USA shirt sales coming in, it’s time again for the writers of Irregular Times to keep our commitment and make donations to international human relief and to American political action. This round of donations goes out to Charity Water, which brings
Every time someone buys one of our sweatshop-free shirts at Skreened, we promise to donate one dollar to a domestic political cause and another dollar to help out poor people living overseas. This time around, our international donation goes to Charity:Water, which helps drill wells
The Alabama Environmental Council is just one example of the way that environmentalism is creating economic opportunity and cutting waste.
Whenever someone buys one of our sweatshop-free shirts at Skreened, we set aside a dollar to donate to a domestic political cause and another dollar to donate to charity for overseas assistance. This time, we’ve sent a donation to Charity:Water to help build sanitary water
There’s something messy and brown seeping into Minnesota politics. Nearly four years ago, the Minnesota state legislature mandated that the state Department of Natural Resources revise regulations to reduce gigantic docks jutting into rivers and lakes and also to reduce the amount of human sewage
If you want to know whether a practice has become regular within an organization, look for the form: [Partially Declassified Inspector General Report page 219] At the sight of a CIA form to document certification and recertification in torture techniques (so qualified under 18 USC
Why spend the 30 dollars being charged on Cafepress for SIGG bottles? Fashion? If you’re willing to toss away that much money for an accessory bottle to match your handbag, the statement you’re making about yourself is not flattering.
How many years of innovative research did it take for Nestle Waters North America Inc. to come up with a cap that could choke small children?