Aug 1, 2018
By Daniel MiguelTwenty years ago, I was growing up in a working-class home in Westchester, FL spending my days learning bits of English from watching children’s programming on PBS. My parents were two young Cuban asylees who didn’t yet have much to their name, but they used one special... Read More
Jul 16, 2018
By: Maite Arce In America, the great outdoors is a way of life and a strong representation of our national heritage.For generations, Americans from all walks of life have made memories hiking, fishing and camping on our extensive network of public lands, parks and open spaces. For the vast... Read More
Jun 27, 2018
By: Michelle Neuenschwander The Bureau of Land Management’s Methane Waste and Prevention Rule is the epitome of common sense. It requires oil and gas companies that maintain operations on tribal and federal public lands – land that is technically owned by the nation’s... Read More
Jun 13, 2018
By: Ben MonterrosoThe oil and gas industry doesn’t have nearly the same footprint within Arizona as it does elsewhere, but the Grand Canyon State is definitely dealing with the impact from its larger- producing neighbors.In 2014, NASA discovered that oil and gas operations were largely... Read More
Jun 11, 2018
By: Pastor Richard Mansfield I would like to issue our elected officials a challenge — let’s stop treating the health of Americans and the quality of our natural environment as partisan challenges and instead embrace them as moral obligations.New Mexico is a state with a wide... Read More