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Energy Diagnostics Keep your Home Safe & Energy Efficient — Meet Wellhome

Someone still makes house calls these days. They are a “doctor for your home”, but don’t think the diagnostics, evaluations, and treatments are any less state-of-the-art than Mayo Clinic. “Wellhome” is a “general practitioner” for your home, a “mobile trauma center” capable of preven­tative- to emergency care for your home. Wellhome is certainly the “consultant […]

FRACTURED FRACKING FAIRY TALES —Opinion Article by Editor Kathy McIntyre

When you do a google search on just the word “fracking”, there are 12,200,000 hits. I have not had time to read all of them. And I won’t take the time obviously, but I have done my homework and I want to share some of what I have found and seen and experienced. My fracking […]

Hear No Fracking, See no Fracking: The psychology behind bad judgment

(An Opinion Article by Karl Emmerich   It was mandatory reading in graduate business school.  But it was nonetheless captivating.  The article was called “Consistency Theory – Hobgoblins of the Mind”.  It was part of a course called, “Organizational Psychology” and it was part of a module to understand how people can be made to […]

WHAT HAPPENS AT THE STATE CAPITOL SHOULD NOT STAY AT THE STATE CAPIT0L

During this election year we have many politicians vying for our precious time. My question for all of them is how do you plan on keeping all of those campaign promises you are making? Too often a candidate is making promises that they would have no authority to carry out, so we vote for them […]