Obama’s power plan is bad news for U.S.

It would obviously be irresponsible for an outgoing president to purport to sign the American people up to international commitments based on a domestic energy plan that is likely illegal, that half the states have sued to halt, that Congress has voted to reject and that his successor could do away with in a few months’ time.


To disarm germs, change ag strategy

In the long twilight struggle between humankind and germs – and if you’re reading this, you know which side you’re on – there has been a disheartening setback: The invaders have devised an ingenious new way to protect themselves. To fight back, we humans are going to need to change how we treat our fellow animals, especially livestock.


Canada gets it right on issue of Syrian refugees

When the photo appeared Sept. 2 of Alan Kurdi, a lifeless 3-year-old boy facedown on a beach, the plight of refugees from Syria’s civil war shocked the world. In Canada’s election campaign, rivals responded with pledges to accelerate their resettlement. The election winner, Justin Trudeau of the Liberal Party, outlined the most ambitious agenda, to bring 25,000 refugees to Canada by year’s end. Trudeau has extended the deadline eight weeks out of prudence over the logistical challenges. It is a small adjustment to a generous response that serves as a rebuke to the senseless xenophobia heard lately in the United States, and that should serve as a model.

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