August 30, 2011
I'm a very green, scientific minded , progressive, socialist liberal. A seventh generation Vermonter, I lived in my home state for 54 years. Moved to Denver 4 years ago to be with my adult children and my grandson.
PBS, BBC, WCAX-TV (Vermont) , The Denver Post, The Times-Argus (Vermont), The New Yorker, Mother Jones to name a few
Under The Banner of Heaven -Jon Krakaeur The Gift of Fear - Gavin DeBecker ALONE Orphaned on the Ocean - Richard Logan, PhD and Tere Duperrault Fassbender Ann Rule's true crime files - Vol #9 Things I Overheard While Talking to Myself - Alan Alda Wall of Silence - Rosemary Gibson & Janaardan Prasad Singh From Silence to Voice -Bernice Buresh & Suzanne Gordon A Tribute to Teachers - Richard Lederer Many textbooks, law books and court cases there are more non-fiction books, but the night is getting late and morning will be here all too soon.
Currently a student at FRCC in the Paralegal program. This past summer's course was The Law of Corporations. I recently watched the documentary, Hot Coffee. I learned the real story of Stella and the coffee several years ago, and was familiar with quite a bit of the other information presented, however, this film did contain some material that was new to me. I think this film should be watched by every voter in this country, then they should check their own lives to see how they are affected by corporations, tort reform, binding arbitration, etc.