Daily Archives: September 16, 2018

GUYANA and CARIBBEAN RECIPES – New Listings now available

The website- Guyana Outpost – that was previously featured in this entry is no longer available at its original link.
New links to similar websites are now listed here.

Enjoy them

UPDATE: We now have the links to the original Guyanese and Caribbean Recipes at the following link:

 https://guyaneseonline.net/2018/10/27/recipes-from-guyana-and-the-caribbean-from-guyana-outpost-archive/

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GUYANA and CARIBBEAN RECIPES – New Listings

Note: Recipes from the Guyana Outpost Website are no longer available

Here are some links to other similar websites.

1. GUYANA DINING     http://www.guyanadining.com/recipes/

2. REAL NICE GUYANA – Recipes    https://www.realniceguyana.com/recipes/

3. GUYANA PRIDE Website http://guyanesepride.com/recipe-list.php?catid=7

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Music Video: Bob Marley – Three Little Birds…. Everything’s Gonna Be Alright

Music Video: Bob Marley – Everything’s Gonna Be Alright … Reggae

America’s Slide Toward Autocracy – David Frum | The Atlantic

America’s Slide Toward Autocracy

Democracy has taken a beating under President Trump. Will the midterms make a difference?

David Frum | The Atlantic

Twenty-one months into the Trump presidency, how far has the country rolled down the road to autocracy? It’s been such a distracting drive — so many crazy moments! — who can keep an eye on the odometer?

Yet measuring the distance traveled is vital. As Abraham Lincoln superbly said in his “house divided” speech: “If we could first know where we are, and whither we are tending, we could then better judge what to do, and how to do it.”                  Continue reading

Why should I care about rising sea levels? – By Rosaliene Bacchus

Three Worlds One Vision

Price Reduced Waterfront Property

Price Reduced Waterfront Property – East Coast USA
Photo Credit: Union of Concerned Scientists (UCS) June 2018 Report

On September 14th, Hurricane Florence hit the North Carolina coast. With warmer oceans driven by climate change, the massive, slow-moving storm dumped more than 20 inches of rain on its arrival. The storm surge reached levels of 9 to 13 feet. Hundreds of inundated home owners may never recover from the damages.

Ten years ago, on September 15, 2008, another kind of disaster struck our nation with the collapse of Lehman Brothers and the insurance giant AIG. The worst financial crisis since the Great Depression sent rogue waves across our nation and worldwide. The fallout—foreclosures, shrinking home values, and millions of job losses—battered Americans.

With rising sea levels—the result of ongoing heating of our oceans and atmosphere—another massive, slow-moving crisis is brewing. Hundreds of thousands of coastal properties will increasingly face chronic…

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