Brighter Brains Institute helps Uganda AIDS Orphans - We’re Crowdfunding to Build ‘em a Chicken Farm

Posted: Wed, August 20, 2014 | By: African Orphan-Education Projects

206686_1841580552387_5828207_n.jpg Brighter Brains Institute has wired money to feed children at an Uganda “boarding school” (orphanage) that shelters and educates twenty children. The school is in Jinja, the second-largest metropolis in Uganda. The director is Jeremiah Mikenga. We sent them $300 - see them happily eating groceries purchased with our donation… Continue Reading


Poultry Farm Project Proposal for COISER Orphanage - in Jinja, Uganda

Posted: Wed, August 20, 2014 | By: African Orphan-Education Projects

D395-0572-034.jpg Project Proposal: SUSTAINABILITY PROJECT FOR COISER ORPHANAGE, in JINJA, UGANDA (a description of the shelter for 20 children is available HERE. To support it, there’s a crowd fund campaign HERE) ———————————- PROJECT DESCRIPTION Responsible Persons: PROJECT MANAGER Name: MIKENGA JEREMIAH Position: Director Telephone: +256772950086 PROJECT COORDINATOR Name: NAIGAGA FAITH Position… Continue Reading



The “Right To Live” vs. “Earning a Living”

Posted: Sun, August 17, 2014 | By: Miscellaneous

extropia_dasilva-320x320.png by Extropia DaSilva It struck me the other day that many people hold two beliefs that are incompatible with one another. Those beliefs are the idea that people have a fundamental right to life, and the notion that everybody should earn a living. How are these two beliefs incompatible? People… Continue Reading






Israel – United States Relations - an Israeli perspective

Posted: Tue, August 12, 2014 | By: Israel

us_israel_flags.jpg by Eyal Granat On Facebook, I often read comments by Americans who claim the United States is “sponsoring” Israel, and it shouldn’t - or I read that Israel is funded by the United States (because, of course, the “Jews” and their lobby control the US Congress and government). There is… Continue Reading




The Conflict Arc of Basic Income

Posted: Wed, August 06, 2014 | By: Cultural Studies

pelletier20130923_basic_income.jpg by Khannea Suntzu Basic Income seems unthinkable in most capitalist western democracies. Most voters wouldn’t want it, corporations sure as hell don’t want it and by and large government parties can’t be bothered with the idea. The implementation pathway for such a social project as Basic Income seems wrought with… Continue Reading


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