Dead Wild Roses: Taking Easter Seriously – A Sincere Invitation

Filed under: Religion Tagged: Christianity, Easter, Infographic, Religion

mark a rayner: The Infographic Explained

Things Are Good: Infographic: Footloose and Car Free

Riding bicycles is not only fun, it’s also great for the environment. Readers of this site already know many benefits of switching from a car-fcoused transportation society to one focused on sustainability and humanity. Because the internet is what it is, some people put together this infographic about the benefits that bike riding can bring ...

THE CAREGIVERS' LIVING ROOM A Blog by Donna Thomson: Dementia Info-Graphic


The Canadian Progressive | News & Analysis: Bad Week For The Tar Sands: March 25 – 31, 2013 (Infographic)

By: Obert Madondo | The Canadian Progressive:  Infographic via: Facebook/Shit Harper Did I recommend: Exxon pipeline breaks, spills 84,000 gallons of Canadian tar sands oil in Arkansas (VIDEO)   We recommend:State Department’s Keystone XL Project Review Upsets EnvironmentalistsExxon pipeline breaks, spills 84,000 gallons of Canadian tar sands oil in Arkansas (VIDEO)In Texas, An Activist Climbs […] The post Bad Week ...

Dead Wild Roses: Feminism is…

‘Nuff said. Filed under: Feminism Tagged: Definitions, Feminism, Infographic

Dead Wild Roses: Pardoxical Capitalism

Filed under: Education, Politics Tagged: Absurd, Capitalist Contradictions, Infographic

The Canadian Progressive: What Paulo Coelho and other global leaders tweeted about at World Economic Forum in Davos

by Obert Madondo | The Canadian Progressive, Jan. 31, 2013: Let’s agree in one point: we can have anything, but we CAN’T have everything #wef — Paulo Coelho (@paulocoelho) January 25, 2013 The tweet by Paulo Coelho, the world-renowned Brazilian author of The Alchemist, was one of the most popular of world leaders’ reflections during last week’s World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, ...

Art Threat: Infographic Weekend: Where does US Food Aid go?

The United States is doing it’s best to feed the world … or at least that’s what they’d like you to believe. US Food Aid may be more effective as a subsidy to domestic producers, agribusiness and shipping companies than it is at alleviating hunger in the poorest parts of the world. Oxfam America staffers ...