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Ursula Siebert, originally a German teacher & lecturer turned businesswoman, lived in different European countries before coming to the USA. She is now a free-lance writer. Often tongue-in-cheek, she sees life and politics in the USA from the perspective of a European blow-in.
SHARE Sunday, November 22, 2009 The Humble Spud
Growing your own potatoes is most rewarding because of the delicious flavor organic spuds have. The Ex Farmer's Wife relates her experience in growing them.
SHARE Monday, February 22, 2010 Organic vs Conventional Meats
Conventional raising of cattle treats animals like production units. These creatures never set a foot on grass or eat it. We grow grains to fee it to cows. There is a more humane way of raising animals that is also more environmentally friendly. Pasturing benefits the farmer, the animals, the consumers who drink the milk, and perhaps most of all, the land and environment on which it all depends.
(1 comments) SHARE Wednesday, February 3, 2010 We need to stop the corporate takeover of our electoral process
We need to stop the corporate takeover of our democratic process. Sign the Credo petition and write to your congressional representatives as well as Barack Obama. If not blocked, we will witness something incredibly pernicious happening.
SHARE Tuesday, February 9, 2010 Not so Happy Valentine?
V-Day Frenzy can drive a single person mad in a society filled with couples.Our hormones keep pushing us into that direction of mating, yet we all stumble on, looking for another chance in the school of hard knocks, sometimes resigning ourselves to not having any luck in this game of love. It's just another day for selling merchandise at a time of year that would otherwise be very quiet with Christmas over and Easter far away.