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Steve Corrick is an investor/developer of real estate, biomass-based renewable energy and soil technologies, and a long-time fighter for paper-ballot-based elections and for sustainable use and renewal of the world's bioresources.

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(1 comments) SHARE More Sharing        Wednesday, February 15, 2012
A Green Power House Rises in Cellulose Valley: How the Flathead Valley is Helping Fund Its Own New Energy Economy Renewable energy is not only about new sources for electricity. Algae Aqua-Culture Technology of Columbia Falls, Montana is developing an organic carbon (TM) plant to convert excess wood and agricultural biomass into organic fertilizer and soil amendment. Their Green Power House (TM) is off-grid, fossil-fuel-free, carbon negative, and produces fertilizer, food, fuel, fresh water and farmland twelve months a year.
(1 comments) SHARE More Sharing        Friday, March 20, 2009
The 20 Best Progressive Novels Professor Arthur Blaustein observes that the quality of political and social discourse have plummeted as people spend less time reading and more time passively watching television. Here's the antidote--a list of 20 must read novels for the education of every progressive.
(2 comments) SHARE More Sharing        Sunday, January 6, 2008
Rasmussen Reports Surprise!! John Edwards Up 9% (to 23%) Nationally Since 12/29 John Edwards appears, surprisingly to be the Democratic Presidential candidate getting the National poll bounce from the Iowa caucuses. He's up 6 points in the Rasmussen polls since December 29.
(1 comments) SHARE More Sharing        Monday, November 6, 2006
Jon Tester vs. Conrad Burns--The Stealth Tax Man Montana US Senator Conrad Burns says he's never voted to increase taxes. Burns's opponent, Democrat Jon Tester, led the Montana Senate to a balanced budget in 2005. Along with fellow Republicans in Congress, Conrad Burns raised the US Federal Deficit $3 Trillion since 2001. So Conrad Burns helped create $10,000 in new debt and, soon, $10,000 in new taxes for every American man, woman and child.