Kollibri terre Sonnenblume

Kollibri terre Sonnenblume is a writer living on the West Coast of the U.S.A. More of Kollibri’s writing and photos can be found at Macska Moksha Press

The Arrest of Max Blumenthal

Rare Wildflower vs. Mining Company

The Teachable Moment of the Greta Thunberg Phenomena

Democrats: To Beat Trump, You Need to Buck Your Leadership

Unplowed Tallgrass Prairie: Rarer Than Old-Growth Forest

The Case Against Voting for President

We Should Stop Insulting Animals and Own Our Own Humanity

Our Veggie Gardens Won’t Feed us in a Real Crisis

Why We Shouldn’t Wish Jail on People

Do We Need a Dictatorship to Respond to Climate Change?

How We Are All Climate Change Deniers

Coming Out—Again—in the Trump Era

Forgiving Debt to Promote Environmental Healing

Assange Indictments are Not About Assange: Democrats Need to Drop their Hate and Support him

Chelsea Manning is Showing Us What Real Resistance Looks Like

Our Problems are Deeper than “Capitalism” (and “Socialism” Alone Can’t Solve Them)

#WeedsArePeopleToo: Springtime Reflections on Farming and its Damages

The Burning Cathedral and the Dead Turtle

No, Bernie’s Not Anti-War

Our Preoccupation with the Presidency is Killing the Planet

Biomass is Not “Green”: an Interview With Josh Schlossberg

On the Killing of an Ash Tree

Agriculture as Wrong Turn

Intolerance, Portland-Style

Trump, Racism and Immigration: an Interview With Margaret Kimberley