A Comprehensive List of the US Government’s Crimes and Mismanagement (1/3)

The cover image of every post in this series is one of the many variants of Irish Regiment Flags in use during the US Civil War. North or South, the major design elements are the same, with some combination of: a green field, a gold harp, the sun shining through clouds, and a gold inscription either directly on the green background or a red banner.

The title says it all. Similar to the earlier entry where I cataloged various instances of Police Brutality, here’s a collection of the US Government’s major crimes, abdications of duty and harmful policies towards the citizens of this and other countries. This project will serve as a companion piece to the earlier Declaration of Grievances Against the United States Government, as proof such a rebuke is valid.

I admit that my efforts here amounted to a somewhat less than fully comprehensive list; the scale of US atrocities is so large that no one person could compile all of them. I also acknowledge that the grouping and classification of the materials can absolutely be improved upon for ease of browsing. Please keep in mind that this is still a rough draft, and for this first step in the process, my focus was to collect as many sources as possible. That alone was a herculean task, as was tediously copying every article’s title and URL to make clickable links. My thinking is, either I could have held off on posting this collection until it was absolutely 100% perfect and orderly, which would probably take the better part of 6 months to a year. In that scenario, either the endeavor becomes an albatross around my neck, preventing me from enjoying any other projects because I feel I have to complete it ASAP, or I continuously put it off to focus on articles that are more enjoyable to work on, and thus the process takes much longer. At least by publishing my work as I go, the ongoing project, flawed though it might be in the meantime, might at least provide readers with a good idea of the scope and severity of our nation’s troubles.

This will be an ongoing project as I find more information to share, and if you have any stories you know I missed, feel free to share them in the comments or via email. Part one will constitute failures to ensure the well-being of the American people, infrastructure and land. Part two will be comprised of corruption/incompetent waste in various agencies, legislation, crony capitalism and foreign adventurism. Part three shall explore the fundamental breakdown of civility, constitutional norms and wrongdoing from unelected agencies. The notations underneath each embedded flag, including the cover images, link to articles dealing with historical discrimination against racial minorities.

There will be a redundancy of information in many articles included with this series. This is to safeguard against articles getting taken down or skepticism levied against any particular source.

For anyone who would say that criticism of the United States is immoral or unpatriotic, I refer them to the immortal words of my favorite American policy-maker, Senator McGovern.

Dereliction of Duty to the Poor and Middle Class

Americans Have Lost Faith In Their Ability To Move From Poverty To Riches

The government shutdown spotlights a bigger issue: 78% of US workers live paycheck to paycheck

Older Job Applicants Not Protected By Age Bias Law, Says U.S. Appeals Court

Fox News Hosts Are Horrified to Learn Their Own Polls Show People Want to Tax the Rich

Public-school salaries fall short of average in nearly every state

40% of Americans can’t cover a $400 emergency expense

The richest 1% own 50% of stocks held by American households

The 3 Richest Americans Hold More Wealth Than Bottom 50% Of The Country, Study Finds

Taxing the rich is very popular; it’s Republicans who have the radical position

Seven reasons to worry about the American middle class

Almost half of U.S. heart disease patients struggle with medical bills

A minimum-wage worker needs 2.5 full-time jobs to afford a one-bedroom apartment in most of the US

The Homeless Crisis Is Getting Worse in America’s Richest Cities

A Better Way to Tax the Rich

America’s 1% hasn’t had this much wealth since just before the Great Depression

U.S. Is a Rich Country With Symptoms of a Developing Nation

The Golden Age of Rich People Not Paying Their Taxes

A record 7 million Americans are 3 months behind on their car payments, a red flag for the economy

If it weren’t for the estate tax, the majority of the superwealthy’s money would never be taxed

2 millionaire senators introduce plan to make sure Congress is only for the rich

‘People Shouldn’t Be Going Bankrupt and Dying’: Nationwide Week of Action Aims to Build Mass Movement Behind Medicare for All

Study Shows Richest 0.00025% Owns More Wealth Than Bottom 150 Million Americans

Denver is so expensive that teachers have to get creative to make ends meet

Billionaires haven’t earned all they have

Government shutdown exposes a harsh truth: Most Americans are unprepared for the next recession

Not ‘Left-Wing Fantasy’ But ‘Mainstream and Really Popular’: Poll Shows Enormous Public Support for Higher Taxes on Rich

40% of Americans only one missed paycheck away from poverty

Forget philanthropy. The super-rich should be paying proper taxes

Unemployment is low only because ‘involuntary’ part-time work is high

Politicians have caused a pay ‘collapse’ for the bottom 90 percent of workers, researchers say

Ross: ‘I don’t quite understand’ why federal workers need food banks during shutdown

Trump was reportedly shocked to learn his top military officer doesn’t make millions — here’s why generals make fractions of CEOs’ salaries

The Shrinking Middle Class: By the Numbers

McCarthy: Yeah, We Tried to Kill Protections for Preexisting Conditions

Senator Sanders asks why drug, once free, now costs $375k

According to a 2016 Johns Hopkins study, more than 250,000 people in the United States die from medical error every year, making it the third leading cause of death in the country. HBO documentary, “Bleed Out,”

Why record job growth in America hides a troubling reality

The Van Dorn Flag. This was used by the forces under the command of General Earl Van Dorn in the US Civil War. I do not support or condone the Confederate States or their cause, I’m just sharing this as a lover of vexillology, since it’s another example of a lesser known historical flag used as an emblem of American defiance against perceived tyranny.

Dereliction of Duty to Civil Liberties

Trump admin cuts off Planned Parenthood from federal family planning funding

Brett Kavanaugh Is Already Done Pretending He Respects Abortion Rights

U.S. Placed Immigrant Children With Traffickers, Report Says

Federal Agencies Lost Track of Nearly 1,500 Migrant Children Placed With Sponsors

Trump Moves to Deport Vietnam War Refugees

The Chemist’s War (Poisoning Alcohol During Prohibition)

The Secret Operation To Bring Nazi Scientists America

US Navy tested mustard gas on its own sailors

Cold War Research Study Exposed Cincinnati to radiation

Radiation Project Head Defends Experiments on Cancer Patients

Plutonium Files: How the U.S. Secretly Fed Radioactivity to Thousands of Americans

The Human Plutonium Injection Experiments

Operation Fast and Furious Fast Facts

Operation ‘Fast and Furious’ investigation

Full Coverage: ATF’s Fast and Furious scandal

Eric Holder slammed for ‘Fast and Furious’ obstruction

Transgender woman’s death in ICE custody was ‘entirely preventable,’ advocates say after new autopsy released

“My daughter is not the same”: Families separated at the border are seeking millions in damages

Whitaker Admits DOJ Didn’t Track Children Separated From Parents, Gets Asked, ‘Do You Understand the Magnitude of That?’

Trump Admin Says It’s Too Hard To Reunite Thousands Of Separated Families: Court Filing

ICE Force-Feeds Detainees Who Are on Hunger Strike

Leaked Memo Reveals Trump Administration’s “Immoral” Plan to “Traumatize” Migrant Children

Deported parents may lose kids to adoption, investigation finds

7-year-old migrant girl taken into Border Patrol custody dies of dehydration, exhaustion

Judge’s anger at US torture

Convicted of murder in a deeply flawed trial, Herman Wallace has spent nearly 37 years in solitary confinement. Will new evidence finally lead to his release?

Previously secret torture memo released

Anti-Torture Protesters Arrested In Droves Outside White House

62 Arrested at White House Protest

The Strange Career of Leo Stanley: Remaking Manhood and Medicine at San Quentin State Penitentiary, 1913–1951 (Alternate Source)

The ‘Father of Modern Gynecology’ Performed Shocking Experiments on Slaves (Alternate Source)

Human Radiation Experiment Records

Human Experimentation

US Human Experiments Uncovered

Human Experimentation in America before the Second World War

About the USPHS Syphilis Study

The Tuskegee Timeline

US says sorry for ‘outrageous and abhorrent’ Guatemalan syphilis tests

US sorry over deliberate sex infections in Guatemala

U.S. apologizes for newly revealed syphilis experiments done in Guatemala

How the U.S. Government Exposed Thousands of Americans to Lethal Bacteria to Test Biological Warfare

Johns Hopkins Univ. Faces $1 Billion Lawsuit Over STD Study

13 Instances Of Unethical Human Experimentation Performed In The United States

1950s: Drs. Jonas Salk & Thomas Francis tested their influenza vaccine in institutionalized mental patients

Remembering an Infamous New York Institution

The Hepatitis Experiments at the Willowbrook State School

Were Tuskegee & Willowbrook ‘Studies in Nature’?

Willowbrook Hepatitis Experiments

1952–1964: Chester M. Southam, MD, injected live cancer cells into 14 patients and healthy convicts

Many Scientific Experts Condemn Ethics of Cancer Injection

1962: Dr. Chester Southam injected live cancer cells into 22 elderly patients

Did the CIA’s LSD mind control programme MKUltra cause a top scientist’s death?

Six decades later, sons seek answers on death of Detrick scientist

The horrifying letter in which a scientist “confessed” to murder

The Complicated Relationship Between Puerto Rico And U.S. Mainland

HEALTH: Puerto Ricans Outraged Over Secret Medical Experiments

“Porto Ricochet”: Joking about Germs, Cancer, and Race Extermination in the 1930s

Scientist Frank Olson was drugged with LSD and ‘murdered by CIA’

The true story behind a CIA scientist’s mysterious death

A Virus’s Debut in a Doctor’s Syringe

Experimentation on Human Beings

Attack Of The Killer Mosquitoes

The Role of Insects as Biological Weapons

Six-Legged Soldiers: Using Insects as Weapons of War

Toxicologic Assessment of the Army’s Zinc Cadmium Sulfide Dispersion Tests

The Manhattan-Rochester Coalition, Research on the Health Effects of Radioactive Materials, And Tests on Vulnerable Populations Without Consent in St. Louis, 1945- 1970


U.S. Army tested biological weapons in Okinawa

Reasonable Investigation for Service Members, and Estimated Civilian Personnel Potentially Exposed

Is military research hazardous to veterans’ health? : lessons from World War II, the Persian Gulf, and today : hearing before the Committee on Veterans’ Affairs, United States Senate, One Hundred Third Congress, second session, May 6, 1994

US Biological Warfare Programs

The Front Lines of Biowarfare

Operation Whitecoat

An assessment of health status among medical research volunteers who served in the Project Whitecoat program at Fort Detrick, Maryland

Edgewood/Aberdeen Experiments

Breeding Bio Insecurity: How U.S. Biodefense Is Exporting Fear, Globalizing Risk, and Making Us All Less Secure

Chemical Warfare Secrets Almost Forgotten: A Personal Story of Medical Testing of Army Volunteers with Incapacitating Chemical Agents During the Cold War (1955-1975)

Researchers tested pot, LSD on Army volunteers

Edgewood Arsenal Chemical Agent Exposure Studies 1955 – 1975


Assessing Health Outcomes Among Veterans of Project SHAD (Shipboard Hazard and Defense)

Project 112/Project SHAD

About Project 112 and Project SHAD

Exposure through Project 112 or Project SHAD


Undue Risk: Secret State Experiments on Humans

SUMMARY OF MAJOR EVENTS and PROBLEMS United States Army Chemical Corps

The prisoner as model organism: malaria research at Stateville Penitentiary

They were cheap and available: prisoners as research subjects in twentieth century America

Biological Agents Tested on NYC Subway

1966: Bacillus Globigii released into New York subway tunnels


Scientists conducted race-based experiments on San Jose Island where they monitored how mustard gas affected the skin of blacks, Puerto Ricans, Japanese and Caucasians

Clouds of Secrecy: The Army’s Germ Warfare Tests Over Populated Areas


The Biology of Doom: America’s Secret Germ Warfare Project

How the U.S. Government Tested Biological Warfare on America

Of Microbes and Mock Attacks: Years Ago, The Military Sprayed Germs on U.S. Cities

A Dark Chapter In Medical History


In 1950’s, U.S. Collected Human Tissue to Monitor Atomic Tests

Stillborn Babies Used In ’50s Radiation Test

letters exchanged between American and British government scientists in which they discuss levels of radiation in the ribs of stillborn babies and lists of dead children’s bodies obtained from the Middlesex Hospital and spirited to American nuclear laboratories

Exposure of the American People to Iodine-131 from Nevada Nuclear-Bomb Tests: Review of the National Cancer Institute Report and Public Health Implications

Nasal Radium Irradiation of Children Has Health Fallout

America’s Deep, Dark Secret

Subjected to Science

America’s Nuclear Legacy

The Plutonium Files: America’s Secret Medical Experiments in the Cold War

The Human Plutonium Injection Experiments


Report on Operation Top Hat

The volunteers who didn’t–Undue Risk: Secret State Experiments on Humans

Cold War Nonconsensual Experiments: The Threat of Neuroweapons and the Danger it will happen again

The Plutonium Files: America’s Secret Medical Experiments in the Cold War

World Wakes Up to Horrific Scientific History


Independent Review Group on Retention of Organs at Post-mortem: Report on Strontium-90 Research

Project Sunshine

A journalist chronicles America’s secret medical experiments.

the Human Radiation Experiments

brief narrative histories that discuss the involvement of the Department of Energy (DOE) and its predecessor agencies with human radiation experiments

Human Radiation Experiments

The Human Plutonium Injection Experiments

300 former prisoners filed a civil suit for carrying out experiments on them between 1961 and 1974

Acres of Skin—Human experiments At Holmesburg Prison


The ghostly remains of U.S. prison where disabled citizens and inmates were experimented on by the government

America’s shocking secret: Pictures that show how U.S. experimented on its own disabled citizens and prison inmates

I Swear by Apollo: Dr. Ewen Cameron and the CIA-brainwashing Experiments

Robert G. Heath, 84, Researcher Into the Causes of Schizophrenia

Robert Heath Louisiana State Penitentiary Experiments (Additional Source)

Tulane University Experiments

The 1970s “gay-cure” experiments written out of scientific history

Dr. Robert G. Heath: a controversial figure in the history of deep brain stimulation

Here’s a List of the Most Horrifying U.S. Government Experiments

Unethical human experimentation in the United States

US scientists ‘knew Guatemala syphilis tests unethical’

Dark past of deep-brain stimulation


Albert Kligman’s Agent Orange Experiments

Subjected to Medical Experimentation

Monster Experiment

Women and Health Research: Ethical and Legal Issues of Including Women in Clinical Studies: Volume I.

The Retreat from Precaution: Regulating Diethylstilbestrol (Des), Endocrine Disruptors, and Environmental Health

Nazi-Style Medical Experimentation w/ Child Subjects in the US

Human Experimentation

Consensus Trance

NYC’s forgotten cancer scandal

Experimental Blood Substitutes Unsafe, Study Finds

 Cheaper than Chimpanzees: Expanding the Use of Prisoners in Medical Experiments

Mad in America: Bad Science, Bad Medicine, and the Enduring Mistreatment of the Mentally Ill

The Deadly Corruption of Clinical Trials

The Death of Dan Markingson

Panel Finds Wide Debate in 40’s On the Ethics of Radiation Tests

U.S. Radiation Experiments

Operation Crossroads: Fact Sheet

Experimentation Programs by the Dept of Defense

Florida Dengue Fever Outbreak Leads Back to CIA and Army Experiments

In the Name of Science: A History of Secret Programs, Medical Research, and Human Experimentation

U.S. to slash payouts from 9/11 victims fund

Is Religious Freedom for Christians Only?

The Dark History of Forced Sterilization of Latina Women

35% of Puerto Rican Women Sterilized

Sterilization of Puerto Rican Women: A Selected, Partially Annotated Bibliography (Louis de Malave, 1999)

The Role of Sterilization in Controlling Puerto Rican Fertility

The Massacre at Sand Creek

The Horrific Sand Creek Massacre Will Be Forgotten No More

Sand Creek massacre

The Hardee Battle Flag, used by General Hardee’s forces during the Civil War. I do not support or condone the Confederate States or their cause, I’m just sharing this as a lover of vexillology, since it’s another example of a lesser known historical flag used as an emblem of American defiance against perceived tyranny.

Dereliction of Duty to Infrastructure/Sustainability

Millions of Americans Flood Into Mexico for Health Care — the Human Caravan You Haven’t Heard About

Puerto Rico Gov: Trump refuses meeting over hurricane relief

Postal Service feared Trump’s rhetoric could cost it billions in Amazon business, documents reveal

No Park Rangers or Food Inspections – But Government Reopens for Oil and Gas

Trump tried to illegally withhold disaster relief money from Puerto Rico

Millennials’ pay still stunted by the 2008 financial crash

Competition Is Ruining Childhood. The Kids Should Fight Back.

U.S. Student Debt in ‘Serious Delinquency’ Tops $166 Billion

The student loan crisis is really an underemployment catastrophe

Millennials are killing countless industries — but the Fed says it’s mostly just because they’re poor

Young People Are Doomed by Student Loans, Not the National Debt

Millennials’ pay ‘scarred’ by the 2008 banking crisis

The infrastructural humiliation of America

The CBO Expects the National Debt Expense to Overtake Military Spending

Study: Illicit opioid deaths to rise by 147 percent by 2025

Palm oil politics: corporate effects on health

The Fleecing of Millennials

Corporations Don’t Have to Maximize Profits

Brain researchers warn that lack of sleep is a public-health crisis

Why Are Young People Pretending to Love Work?

Michael Moore’s tough words for liberals: ‘You weren’t paying attention to your fellow Americans’

Team Bernie: Hillary ‘F*cking Ignored’ Us in Swing States

Taken for a Ride – The U.S. History of the Assault on Public Transport in the Last Century

America desperately needs fiber internet, and the tech giants won’t save us

Fed Chairman Powell says he is ‘very worried’ about growing amount of US debt

Poll: Americans want Congress to reduce student debt, improve K-12 funding

Poll: 68 percent of Americans support a national health plan

Opioid overdose deaths triple among US teens and young children

‘Dropout’ rate for academic scientists has risen sharply in past 50 years, IU study finds

Millennials Didn’t Kill the Economy. The Economy Killed Millennials.

GOP plan aims to take student loan payments from paychecks

How High-Interest Loans to Desperate People Built a $90 Billion Industry


Capitalism May Be The Real Thing, But It Might Need To Evolve

House Republicans Would Let Employers Demand Workers’ Genetic Test Results

Pepsi Plans to Project a Giant Ad in the Night Sky Using Cubesats

In an age of robots, schools are teaching our children to be redundant

Rise in referrals to social services causing trauma to families, expert says

How capitalism destroyed your family – and why it doesn’t matter


FEMA has yet to authorize full disaster help for Puerto Rico

Volunteer veterans, journalists, and others claim that FEMA is providing “meals” that are little more than unhealthy snacks to hurricane victims

Why FEMA Fakes it With the Press

FEMA gives away $85 million of supplies for Katrina victims

FEMA To Melt Ice Stored Since Katrina



The Political Economy Of FDA Drug Review: Processing, Politics, And Lessons For Policy

Parents have been warned of the effects of food additives on their children’s behaviour after new research found a possible link to hyperactivity.

FDA Probes Link Between Food Dyes, Kids’ Behavior

The Truth About Yellow Dye No. 5

Food Doesn’t Have to Wear Makeup

CSPI Says Food Dyes Pose Rainbow of Risks

FDA Incapable of Protecting U.S., Scientist Alleges

Vioxx Caused 88,000 to 140,000 Cases of Serious Heart Disease

FDA Scientist Says He Faces Retaliation

Intimidation, Politics and Drug Industry Cripple U.S. Medicine – FDA Permits Dr. David Graham to publish Vioxx Report

Testimony of David J. Graham regarding Vioxx, MD, MPH, November 18, 2004

The Interview: DAVID GRAHAM, FDA – WHISTLEBLOWER; Drug tsar who took on the system

Approval times for new drugs: does the source of funding for FDA staff matter?

Food and Drug Administration Black Box Warning on the Perioperative Use of Droperidol: A Review of the Cases

FDA Scientists Ask Obama to Restructure Drug Agency

FDA on Medical Marijuana: Science or Politics?

Meat Antibiotics

FDA Statement on Antibiotics Overuse in Livestock Lacks Meat

Microsoft says discovers hacking targeting democratic institutions in Europe

Farm bankruptcies surpass Great Recession levels in upper Midwest

‘Easy to Pay for Something That Costs Less’: New Study Shows Medicare for All Would Save US $5.1 Trillion Over Ten Years

Universal healthcare could save America trillions: what’s holding us back?

U.S. budget deficit spikes 42% in first three months of fiscal year

Why are millennials burned out? Capitalism.

Citing $750 Million Tax Break for Amazon While Students Suffer, Teachers Walk Out in Virginia

Virginia students learn in trailers while state offers Amazon huge tax breaks

Millions face delayed tax refunds, cuts to food stamps as White House scrambles to deal with shutdown’s consequences

Unpaid federal workers owe more than $400 million in mortgage and rent payments this month

McConnell blocks bill to reopen most of government

The government shutdown cost the economy $11 billion, including a permanent $3 billion loss, Congressional Budget Office says

Government workers are sharing their #shutdownstories on social media. They’re grim.

Survey Shows Most Americans Agree With Ocasio-Cortez: $5 Billion Should Be Spent on Healthcare or Education, Not Trump’s Border Wall

$3.5 Trillion on Healthcare Each Year and We’re Still Uninsured, Underinsured, and Unhappy

$15 minimum wage saves lives

How the VA Fueled the National Opioid Crisis and Is Killing Thousands of Veterans

Measles is back because states give parents too many ways to avoid vaccines

Record Numbers of Americans Want to Leave the U.S.

Trump denied a trans woman asylum & deported her. She was killed when she returned.

Trump held government workers hostage for a month — and walked away with nothing


Attacking the Black–White Opportunity Gap That Comes from Residential Segregation

Racial profiling has destroyed public trust in police. Cops are exploiting our weak laws against it.

Two-thirds of black Americans don’t trust the police to treat them equally. Most white Americans do.

An Unjust Burden: The Disparate Treatment of Black Americans in the Criminal Justice System

Japanese Internment Camps

Japanese American internment

US budget deficit soars to $3tn record

Paul Ryan Leaves Behind Big Budget Deficits and Ballooning Debt

Paul Ryan’s long con

Republicans’ hypocrisy on the US deficit is stunning, even in Washington

We Have Crossed the Line Debt Hawks Warned Us About for Decades

The U.S. budget deficit is rising amid COVID-19, but public concern about it is falling

U.S. deficit triples in 2020 to highest percentage of GDP since WWII

Five years on, the Flint water crisis is nowhere near over

Flint Water Crisis: Everything You Need to Know

Lead-Laced Water In Flint: A Step-By-Step Look At The Makings Of A Crisis

Flint Water Crisis



The new McCarthyism: Bachmann claims Muslims are “infiltrating” government

A New McCarthyism Finds Champion in Trump

Trumpism Is the New McCarthyism

The McCarthyism of Donald Trump

Bachmann, West and the Rebirth of McCarthyism

Everything you need to know about the Fairness Doctrine in one post

How the Repeal of the Fairness Doctrine Gave Us Donald Trump


Why won’t the U.S. ratify the U.N.’s child rights treaty?

There’s Only One Country That Hasn’t Ratified the Convention on Children’s Rights: US

Deported parents may lose kids to adoption, investigation finds

Christian Non-Profit Faces Scrutiny Over Government Foster Care Contract for Separated Children

Top House Democrat challenges Betsy DeVos on migrant children’s education rights

Report: Missing Migrant Children Being Funneled Through Christian Adoption Agency

DeVos-Linked Adoption Agency Exposed Highly Sensitive Children’s Medical Data

America’s Education Problem and Why the Government is to Blame

How America Is Breaking Public Education

America’s schools are being left behind, but it doesn’t have to be this way.

U.S. prison population dwarfs that of other nations

Yes, U.S. locks people up at a higher rate than any other country

United States Still Has Highest Incarceration Rate in the World

The State of Homelessness in America

One out of 50—or about 1.5 million—American children are homeless each year, according to a 2009 study by the National Center on Family Homelessness.

America’s Infrastructure Scores a D+

Reimagining infrastructure in the United States: How to build better

US infrastructure falling apart

U.S. infrastructure needs exceed $2 trillion, American Society of Civil Engineers says

Report Finds More Than 47,000 ‘Structurally Deficient’ Bridges In The U.S.

 230,000 U.S. Bridges Need Repair, New Analysis of Federal Data Finds

Thousands of US bridges are ‘structurally deficient’ as pace of repair slows to lowest point in five years, industry group says

Why America’s roads are so much more dangerous than Europe’s

Polk’s Battle Flag, designed by Major General Polk during the Civil War. I do not support or condone the Confederate States or their cause, I’m just sharing this as a lover of vexillology, since it’s another example of a lesser known historical flag used as an emblem of American defiance against perceived tyranny.

Dereliction of Duty to the Environment

Environment in multiple crises – report

Plummeting insect numbers ‘threaten collapse of nature’

Scientists say Ocasio-Cortez’s dire climate warning is spot on

Humanity ‘Sleepwalking Towards the Edge of a Cliff’: 60% of Earth’s Wildlife Wiped Out Since 1970

Most Diverse Butterfly Center in the U.S. to be Bulldozed for Trump’s Border Wall

The Climate Apocalypse Is Now, and It’s Happening to You

Trump’s repeal of light bulb standards will increase pollution, cost billions

first climate change-caused mammal extinction

Poisoning America: The Devil we Know

The American West at Risk: Science, Myths, and Politics of Land Abuse and Recovery

Arming Mother Nature: The Birth of Catastrophic Environmentalism

Coexisting on Earth Homo sapiens Quagmire

Panama hopes U.S. will clean up chemical weapons it left on island

Why does the US have chemical weapons in Panama?

Serratia has dark history in region / Army test in 1950 may have changed microbial ecology

FDR’s New Deal faced similar backlash as Green New Deal, historian says


Historic Hurricane Harvey’s Recap

Texas Hurricane Harvey (DR-4332-TX)

A look at four storms from one brutal hurricane season

Flag denoting the headquarters of the Army of the Potomac during the Civil War. (By the way, the only reason I used three times as many Southern flags as Northern in this series is because the Confederacy’s banners were far more creative and varied in design than their Union counterparts. It’s just a shame they’re tainted in their association with slavery and racism.)


  1. Glad to see you finished this monumental project. I don’t have time to look at many of the sites now. But this should prove to be a value to researchers. Good Job Cassandra.


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