Stunning South Carolina Ruling Supports Foreclosed Homeowners

Stunning South Carolina Ruling Supports Foreclosed Homeowners

South Carolina Court Upholds Ruling That Foreclosure Law of U.S. Supreme Court Trumps Everything: Foreclosing Party Must Own Both The Note and The Mortgage to Foreclose. Published by Jeff Barnes, Esq., September 20, 2013     “The Court determined that “Plaintiff failed to show that it owned the Mortgage at the time the Complaint was filed”,

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Empathy – The Key to Social Change

Empathy – The Key to Social Change

    Six Habits of Highly Empathic People By Roman Krznaric, November 27, 2012           “Highly Empathic People (HEPs) challenge their own preconceptions and prejudices by searching for what they share with people rather than what divides them.” “We typically assume empathy happens at the level of individuals, but HEPs understand that

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Employee Hired to Keep GMOs Off Shelves

Employee Hired to Keep GMOs Off Shelves

  Store Hires Full-Time Employee to Keep GMOs Off Its Shelves Published by Nick Meyer, September 13, 2013       The health food giant Whole Foods made waves when it announced it would begin to voluntarily label all foods containing genetically modified organisms (GMOs) by the year 2018. But one independent Florida health food

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Repurposing of the Global Banking Industry Has Begun

Repurposing of the Global Banking Industry Has Begun

  Talks Begin in Multinational Gathering of the One People to Repurpose Banks Published by Holly Tucker, Editor, September 8, 2013       “…The banking industry is going through a reinvention of products and services with some questioning whether banks will know how to adapt to their retail customer’s needs.”   On September 7,

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Russia: Solving World Hunger?

Russia: Solving World Hunger?

  Russia’s Small-Scale Organic Agriculture Model May Hold Key to Feeding The World Published by Jonathan Benson, September 2012     “The backyard gardening model is so effective throughout Russia that total output represents more than 50 percent of the nation’s entire agricultural output.”   Imagine living in a country where having the freedom to cultivate your

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Susan Werner is Kicking the Beehive

Susan Werner is Kicking the Beehive

    Susan Werner is Kicking the Beehive       Susan Werner is a talented, engaging folk musician from Iowa whose songwriting emphasizes snappy and satirical lyrics about the witty, wacky and real facets of farm life she knows so well. NPR recognized her in 2009 as the “Empress of the Unexpected” and since

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How The One People Can Get Their Mojo Back!

How The One People Can Get Their Mojo Back!

Principles of Eternal Essence by Holly Tucker, Nova Earth News Editor, Published August 6, 2013 “You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete.”- Buckminster Fuller   Since the worldwide awakening prompted by the One People’s Public Trust, it’s become clear to

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Pants Can Change The World!

Pants Can Change The World!

  Who Made Your Pants? By Sophia Love, Published August 4, 2013     Becky John loves lingerie with the equal amount of enthusiasm she holds for helping marginalized women.  This combination, with a good bit of passion and originality led her to launch “Who Made your Pants?”  Since 2008, this socially responsible, Southampton, UK

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A New Economy for Present Times

A New Economy for Present Times

Mark Dworkin and Melissa Young: A New Economy for Present Times from GritTV, Published July 2, 2013   Laura Flanders interviews the directors of Shift Change, a film about the cooperative business movement. Cooperatives in the United States have existed more or less under the radar. Taking many forms: worker cooperatives, housing cooperatives, food cooperatives,

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Give A Kid A Book, He’ll Learn A Few Things, But…

Give A Kid A Book, He’ll Learn A Few Things, But…

Give A Kid A Book, He’ll Learn A Few Things, But Give A Library and You’ll Change The World Library For All exists to unlock knowledge to the developing world. It’s mission is to provide tools for individuals to learn, dream and aspire to lift themselves out of poverty. To reach those who have little or

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Kids Never Saw Racism in Commercial

Kids Never Saw Racism in Commercial

  Kids Never Saw Racism in Commercial “It’s just the color of their skin, what matters is if they’re nice or mean,” says one. by Gaby Dunn, Published July 15, 2013     This video will restore your faith in the new generation. Here, kids watch the controversial Cheerios commercial featuring a biracial family and comment

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TaKeTiNa – Music That Heals

TaKeTiNa – Music That Heals

  TaKeTiNa – Healing Rhythms by Sophia Love, July 12, 2013     If you’ve ever participated in a drumming circle, you understand the benefits of TaKeTiNa (pronounced ta-kay-tee-na). What looks and sounds like random chanting, drumming and rocking turns out to be a focused effort that “allows us to regain the voice we have

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