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Monthly Archives: April 2006
Oregon lags below the national average in providing health insurance to poor people, especially children, an analysis by The Oregonian has found.
Kids can’t choose their parents. Kids don’t choose to be poor. We have a responsibility to kids to help them stay healthy. So what’s with this? Kids who stay healthy spend less time [...]
I heard on Radio Disney that they’re setting up “radio disney now,” podcasts of your favorite radio disney DJs and music.
With varying degrees of technical skill and charisma, people just like you are assembling their own syndicated radio shows. Did you ever want to host a weekly chat show? Podcasting is your answer. Do [...]
What can you do in five heartbeats to save the planet? Our kids depend on us to pass them something useful– not a dried up husk of a rock like Some People seem to think.
At EarthShare.Org, you can learn how to protect your children and their world from obesity risks, pesticides, chemicals, and even changing [...]
April is National Poetry Month!
Everything is game, from Free-Verse to Haiku, Sonnets to Limericks (although maybe we should have saved those for March 17, eh? To get you in the spirit of the season, I provide you with Robert Service…
The Land God Forgot
The lonely sunsets flare forlorn
Down valleys dreadly desolate;
The lordly mountains soar [...]