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Truthout Daily Digest March 31, 2014

Dahr Jamail | The Vanishing Arctic Ice Cap

Dahr Jamail, Truthout: Researchers are predicting that sea ice will no longer last through summers in the next couple of years, and even US Navy researchers have predicted an ice-free Arctic by 2016. Scientists warn that this is when “abrupt climate change” passes the point of no return.

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The Tax Code in Action: Charity Starts at the Top

Dean Baker, Truthout: There is nothing natural about the government giving tax-exempt status to big-money nonprofits. That is a government policy which can be changed, and it is hard to see why it shouldn’t be.

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Six States Have Tried Community Controlled Power: What Works?

Dina Rasor, Truthout: As communities create more Community Choice Aggregations (CCAs), consumers will be paying less money for more environmentally friendly forms of electricity. Six states have passed legislation allowing for CCAs. Which ones have been the most successful?

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Chris Hedges | Fighting the Militarized State

Chris Hedges, Truthdig: If Section 1021(b)(2) of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) is not struck down by the Supreme Court, it will effectively overturn nearly 150 years of case law that repeatedly holds that the military has no jurisdiction over civilians.

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The Economics of Immiseration, the Politics of Seduction

Joseph Natoli, Truthout: The economics of immiseration would be impossible without the politics of seduction, and capitalism’s appeal to our unconscious will to power and domination is not easily countered.

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Banking Union Time Bomb: Eurocrats Authorize Bailouts and Bail-Ins

Ellen Brown, Web of Debt Blog: A new EU agreement to create a single agency to handle failing banks now authorizes both bailouts and “bail-ins” – the confiscation of depositor funds. The possibly illegal deal threatens the pocketbooks of European taxpayers and depositors.

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The Widening Lens: Jonathan Schell and the Fate of the Earth

Tom Engelhardt and Christian Appy, TomDispatch: Given the role Vietnam played in US history and in the late author and reporter Jonathan Schell’s life, Tom Engelhardt and Christian Appy look not to Schell’s last words, but – in a sense – to his first words.

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Is It Time To Charge People With Ecocide?

The Daily Take, The Thom Hartmann Program: If the very real threat of an environmental apocalypse as brought up in the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change report doesn’t scare politicians into taking action, maybe the threat of prosecution in an international court will.

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Double Standards? Panel Cites US Human Rights Treaty Breaches

L. Michael Hager, Truthout: Last week, the UN Human Rights Committee issued a draft evaluation of US performance in upholding the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights. While some progress was acknowledged, serious lapses – including NSA spying and failures of accountability – were detailed.

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Could the Supreme Court Re-Legalize Discrimination?

Benjamin M. Cole, Truthout: If Hobby Lobby wins the right to deny health insurance benefits guaranteed by law to women, where will corporations’ drive to ignore whatever laws they feel justified ignoring under their own personal convictions or prejudice end?

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Chills, Thrills, Skills and Shills

Karen Garcia, Sardonicky: The plutocrats and the politicians and the pundits need to constantly come up with old-new ways to blame regular people for the horrible economy they had no hand in creating. Enter “the Skills Deficit Plague.”

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On the News With Thom Hartmann: We’re Still Seeing the Effects of the Exxon Valdez Oil Spill 25 Years Later, and More

In today‘s On the News segment: It’s been a quarter of a century since the Exxon Valdez spill, and fewer than half of the fish and wildlife populations in that area are listed today as recovered; a bipartisan coalition requested a renewal of the wind energy tax credit last week; it could be an entire year before the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant in Carlsbad, New Mexico, reopens for business; and more.

Watch the Video and Read the Transcript


New Poll: Rahm Emanuel Would Lose Re-Election to Progressive Opponent

Mark Karlin, BuzzFlash at Truthout: Although Emanuel isn’t up for re-election as Chicago’s mayor for almost a year, the first poll is out showing him potentially losing to a progressive in the Democratic primary. However, Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle isn’t running against him yet.

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Senate Report Concludes No Evidence From Torture Helped Hunt for Bin Laden

Read the Article at The Associated Press

If This Terrifying Report Doesn’t Wake You Up to the Realities of What We’re Doing to This Planet, What Will?

Read the Article at Mother Jones

Four Arguments That Scream “Save Public Education!”

Read the Article at BuzzFlash

The Wolf Hunters of Wall Street

Read the Article at The New York Times

Vast Ocean Garbage Fields Frustrate Search for Flight 370

Read the Article at ABC News

Plutocracy Without End: Why the 1% Always Defeats the Middle Class

Read the Article at Salon

Not The Onion: GOP Senators Call for Special Committee To Investigate Benghazi

Read the Article at Talking Points Memo


The Oracle Report | Monday, March 31, 2014


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New Moon Phase: intend, begin, seed, initiate
Moon in Aries

Ruling Mahavidya: Chinnamasta and Kali

Negative Imprint: distortion

Positive Imprint: balance

Activity: move your body while mentally reinforcing your New Moon intentions and visions for the next year

Complex and intense energies continue today. The prevailing pattern leans toward distortions – things getting out of proportion and toward extremes. Our aim is to remain balanced and see what becomes distorted.

When thinking about how to bring balance to the situation, give considerable thought to how you really want to use your energy. Is it worth it? Is it best just to let it be? Will engaging in the fray truly accomplish anything? Mars is retrograde, so we are learning how we want to better use our energy. The Mars/Aries energy is notorious for over-doing. This leads to quick burn-out. We are only in the second day of this new cycle in Aries. It’s necessary to pace ourselves. The instinct to push out or push forward is natural, but needs to be tempered with the wisdom of an old owl.

The New Moon in Aries is conjunct Uranus. In preparation, I’ve been talking about how Uranus feels in the body. Now that the New Moon in Aries has begun, you may be feeling the effects. If you had trouble sleeping last night, that was Uranus. Uranus is strong. It “rules” the systems and cycles of the body, so when we have a major aspect with Uranus, we feel it. Other effects include nervousness, jitteriness, anxiety, and an overall desire to run (and run away). This energy must be moved through the body and the best way to do this is through physical activity. If you are feeling “jacked up” or “amped up,” move your body. Stretch, take a walk, practice yoga, go for a run, dance, or do anything to move. Stretching before bed helps sleep difficulties. I often tout the miracle of the Rumble Roller. Rumble rolling before bed is pretty heavenly.

For all of the conflict, aggression, and “false flag-ness” that is present with the energy this month, at its core the energy is about personal mastery. We dare to take on more personal power. Discipline and willpower are favored. Engaging in anything you want to become proficient at goes a long way this month. Begin your practice. This may involve just being diligent about something. You know what it is. It’s one of your heart’s desires. Consistency will yield wonderful results.

Keep in mind that there is a big difference between commanding power and demanding power. Commanding power comes from an inner place of assurance that you are in line with the universe. Demanding power comes from an outer place of fear that you will not get what you need.

The energy is fiery and electric. Double check that appliances are turned off. Drive defensively and wish peace to those who are road raging. Accidents abound under these astrological influences.

We’re planting seeds of freedom, wisdom, beauty, and expression this month. Infuse the energy with visions of the world in natural order. Freedom of the BALANCED mind rings!

(Note: I’ve added a header for “Activity” at the top of the post. I will put extra information here to focus our efforts. This is part of the disciplined practice for any readers who are engaging in the group effort to align with the Earth (Sophia) and the Sun (Sabaoth) as the new world order dissolves and natural world order overtakes. I discuss this more in the new audio posted above. Also, information on this month’s ruling Mahavidya, Chinnamasta and Kali is forthcoming.)


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The Oracle Report Saturday, March 30 – Sunday, March 31, 2013

Saturday: Full Moon Phase – Moon in Scorpio Sunday: Disseminating Moon Phase – Moon in Sagittarius

The weekend’s energy will predominantly affect relationships. Venus is rapidly approaching Mars while making a square to Pluto, so relationships continue their transformation. With the Sun close to the position of Uranus in the sky, relationships are taking unexpected turns.

We continue to process and release anything that no longer serves the highest and best expression of our lives while we are tieing up loose ends and taking care of things that are incomplete. We want to do the best we can with this because the lighter we are when the New Moon energy enters, the better this will be for us.

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