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Koch Brothers – Tilting at Clean Energy (cartoon and article = "cartoonicle")

The idiom “tilting at windmills” (or turbines) derives from the novel Don Quixote by Miguel de Cervantes. It means to attack imaginary enemies, or fight unwinnable or futile battles. Big Oil and Coal (and others) are in a futile battle against clean energy. Clean energy will inevitably emerge victorious. Unfortunately, when oil billionaire brothers, Charles and David Koch of Koch Industries (apologies for putting their names on the horse and ass’s asses) fight unwinnable battles you can be certain the pointless battles will last a lot longer than they should. Putting approximately 100 million dollars of their money into right-wing coffers to keep fellow polluters happy and federal regulations lax, Koch Industries is more than eager to fight a battle that compromises our future and greatly compromises the future of our children. The same children to which they are now eagerly marketing.

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Here Comes Trouble (cartoon)

Recent news of the habitable planet that circles a star called Gliese 581, and the ensuing article in the Huffington Post, by James Napoli inspired this little cartoon. The news is also reminiscent of one of my favorite children’s books Wump World, by Bill Peet. Look out Wumps! Here we come! New Earth-like planet discovered

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Republican Clouds (cartoon)

Obama announced recently that he plans to add solar panels to the White House. I can’t see anyone or anything standing in the way. Related Stories: U.S. Commander-in-Chief Orders Solar Panels for White House Obama: ‘No industry with more potential to create jobs now than clean energy’ Follow Joe Mohr’s cartoonery at JoeMohrToons.com and on

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Water: Nature’s Wonderdrug–Now with Wonderdrugs! (cartoon)

Between 2006 and 2007, the Southern Nevada Water Authority in Las Vegas screened tap water from 19 US water utilities for 51 different compounds. The 11 most frequently detected compounds are highlighted in the cartoon and described below. 1.used to treat cardiovascular disease, 2.an herbicide banned in the European Union (still used in the US)

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