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Monthly Archives: April 2007
Last night I had the pleasure of being invited to a fundraising event here in Seattle for an organization called RESULTS. More about that in a minute – but first let me type in the text of an inspirational quote … Continue reading
Originally uploaded by thomas pix. I absolutely love this idea! Probably totally obvious to many but not to me! I’m gonna try this. Thomas’s instructions for making it out of an old bucket, newspaper and some seeds are here, and … Continue reading
I got the message below from activist @ democrats.com today – and I for one think it’s a terrific idea to put the word IMPEACH! everywhere on April 28. The sooner the better. I’ll start with this IMPEACH! Banner for … Continue reading
Corporate Corruption: NBC’s Silvia Wadhwa talks to Peter Eigen, Transparency International, about recent corporate corruption cases.
Once again, I’m the proud son today. My father was interviewed on CNBC about corporate corruption and the critical role of civil society in global governance. Businessses and governments won’t behave by themselves – and shareholders, driven mostly by profits, … Continue reading
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