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Open thread for night owls: What can a president do to boost renewable energy without Congress? Lots

Ben Adler at Grist writes What can a president do to boost renewable energy? A lot: When Hillary Clinton was asked in July whether she would ban fossil fuel extraction on public lands, she said, “not until we’ve got the alternatives in place.” That may sound reasonable. Show More Summary

Open thread for night owls: Honoring George Pullman?

U.S. Army troops sent by President Cleveland to break Pullman strike, 1894. Jim Hightower: Occasionally, I see something that is so bizarre, so out of place, so wrong that I have to assume I’m hallucinating. For example, I could have...Show More Summary

Open thread for night owls: Activists push fossil-fuel divestment for Paris climate conference

Deidre Fulton at Common Dreams writes New 'Divest for Paris' Challenge Amplifies Global Pressure Before COP21: Channeling the momentum of an ever-growing movement, climate leaders launched the "Divest for Paris" challenge on Tuesday,...Show More Summary

Why Creating A Meaningful Morning Routine Will Make You More Successful

For the majority of my child and adult life, I never considered myself a "morning person." I was a night owl. During my architecture school career I worked late through the night and slept in the mornings. When I started working at an Architecture firm, I conformed to getting up at 7 a.m... Show More Summary

Open thread for night owls: Tennessee county's commissioners say no way to privatizing a prison

Donald Cohen is the founder executive director of In the Public Interest, a resource and policy center that focuses on privatizing and contracting. He writes: Last week, in a powerful affirmation of the common good, commissioners in Tennessee’s Johnson County unanimously opposed the privatization of the state prison within their county’s limits. Show More Summary

Open thread for night owls: 'Contrarian' climate studies are the product of identifiable errors

A group of researchers set themselves to the task of determining why, although nearly all scientific studies confirm that climate change is indeed happening and that human activity is the prime driver of that change, there continue to...Show More Summary

Open thread for night owls: Tech nerds, economics, and the mythical centrist

What if one is more right than the other? There may be no more persistent myth in political analysis than the notion that the wisest, most moderate political position on an issue lies somewhere between the partisans of one party and the partisans of another. Show More Summary

Need to Be A Night Owl? Try These Tricks to Stay Awake

Kyle's Cottage in the City Pin it I used to be a night owl. A midnight movie? No problem! An after-after party? I was there. But, in an interesting turn of life events, I've begun getting drowsy embarrassingly early these days. Obviously...Show More Summary

Open thread for night owls: The Lower Ninth Ward of New Orleans, 10 years years after Katrina

Elements of a prefabricated house being put into place in the Lower Ninth Ward. Shelby Hartman at Vice writes The Lower Ninth Ward, Ten Years After Katrina: As the tenth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina approaches, news outlets from around the country are descending upon New Orleans to find out how it is faring. Show More Summary

3 Monkeyzz – Into My Dream (ft. Louise Mambell)

  Parisian trio 3 Monkeyzz have teamed up with vocalist Louise Mambell to provide us with a chill house track made perfect with a tiny dose tropical influence to accommodate for the night owls like myself. Working around Louise’s trance-like...Show More Summary

Open thread for night owls: Alabama already tried Trump-style immigration policy. It was a disaster.

Lost in the raw spectacle of Donald Trump's xenophobia-riddled Alabama appearance: Alabama, the state, has already had a very real go-round with the sort of hard-right anti-immigrant proposals that Trump has made the cornerstone of his impromptu presidential bid. Show More Summary

Open thread for night owls: Report says anti-ISIS bombing has killed 100s of civilians. U.S. says 2

A large percentage of airstrikes against ISIS are carried out by drones. At The Nation, Sara Rathod writes The Civilian Toll From the War Against ISIS Is Huge. Why Isn’t the Press Covering It? Eight months ago, on December 28, a warplane...Show More Summary

Still At It

The cards keep accumulating. Night Owl Cards has been around almost as long as this place has, and has certainly been more prolific in all aspects of the blog game. (Is there such thing as a blog game?) Countless numbers of padded envelopes have been exchanged, and back in May yet another one of these transactions occurred. Show More Summary

Open thread for night owls: Six minutes of Foxagandists wallowing in sexism

A parade of Foxaganda's sexism from Media Matters: On the 95th anniversary of the ratification of the Nineteenth Amendment, which gave women the right to vote, Media Matters looks back at Fox News' many displays of sexism, ranging from...Show More Summary

Open thread for night owls: Too many school-books still make some children feel invisible

Marian Wright Edelman, president of the Children's Defense Fund, writes at The Huffington Post—It's Hard to Be What You Can't See: “When we think about what it is to be ‘connected,’ we think about memory. We think about history. We think about storytelling. Show More Summary

Open thread for night owls—Curry: As pundits vomit same bad info, we're missing crucial stories

Bill Curry at Salon writes Hillary’s in danger, Trump is sunk: The hard truths America is ignoring this election season: Polls do worse things than get races wrong. Their most insidious effect is on the quality and direction of public debate. Show More Summary

Cranky Concierge Needs a Night Owl

Do you love helping stranded travelers? Are you nocturnal? (If not, do you by chance live on the other side... Read More

Hoot owl restrictions lifted on some western Montana rivers

2 weeks agoHobbies / Fishing : Moldy Chum

Longer nights and cooler water temperatures mean an end to fishing restrictions on three of western Montana’s most favored trout rivers. Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks lifted “hoot owl” restrictions on the Bitterroot, the entire main...Show More Summary

Productive Daily Routine That Works Well For Both Early Birds And Night Owls

Following a productive daily routine is a great way to improve your productivity. Depending on your lifestyle and needs, you... The post Productive Daily Routine That Works Well For Both Early Birds And Night Owls appeared first on Lifehack.

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