It should be no secret to Green Delaware’s readers that relentless harassment by scumbag officials has made in impossible for me to live and work full time in Delaware. See, for example: “Evil in a small placeâ€“harassment and selective prosecution by New Castle County.” and “Evil in a small place (#2) â€¦.future of Green Delaware.” Continue reading
A sad mockery of what Common Cause used to be….is supposed to beHave an opinion about this: Jeff Raffel: 302-831-1685 (office), email@example.com
Few independent Delaware NGOs seem to be functioning well
Can Delaware be an alive, vibrant place with so little courage and so much sucking up?
SB 234, latest Delaware “recycling” bill, shuts down container deposit program rather than fixing it.Â This isn’t good enough.Â Please ask Senators to hold off voting on this bill until it can be fixed.
Last week was the 40th anniversary of the first Earth Day in 1970.Â Few serious environmental campaigners have much interest any more in Earth Day, which is mostly now celebrated by big polluters “greenwashing” themselves.Â But it is still a good time to reflect on where we are and how we arrived. Continue reading
Which are standing for a healthy future?
Public outcry needed to beat special interests…. Continue reading
This just out from Governor Markell’s office.Â (Emphasis in red added.)Â Exactly what it will mean in practice is uncertain, but the rhetoric is straight “Republican:” businesses/corporations over humans/health/environment.Â This sort of language is almost always bad news.Â One token mention of “citizens” is in the last line.Â It is true, of course, that Delaware’s economy is stagnant and this is not good.Â Whether Markell’s various initiatives can stimulate the economy without destroying the remaining vestiges of human citizen control over Delaware remains to be seen. Continue reading