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Green Movement Continues

I am, like many others, an avid fan of the green movement. As such I've been reading about green in magazines, newspapers, enews, and of course the green books published over the past two years.

John F. Wasik, his bio is below, has written a new green book titled Cul-de-Sac Syndrome: Turning Around the Unsustainable American Dream, for which I am getting ready to read for review.

With the author's permission, I've posted a recent article he has written about green building saving the housing industry. The article is below and I hope you take a minute to read it.

How Green Building Can Save the Housing Industry By John F.Wasik,
author of The Cul-de-Sac Syndrome: Turning Around the Unsustainable American Dream

Green is gold. Why didn't home builders get this idea? They could be building new homes again, employing millions, making inner cities and suburbs habitable and bring down the cost of housing for everyone.

Home building needs to join the 21st century and apply the best, …

Books by Ayn Rand

I just started reading Ayn Rand's books, The Anthem, Fountainhead, and Atlas Shrugged. The last two are very in depth with thousands of pages so it may be a while before a review appears.

I have read The Anthem and I've visited the Ayn Rand Institutes's web site plus any background information that I've been able to find over the past week or so.

She appears to be a great and prolific writer. Her concept of Objectivism was way ahead of her time. Some of her writings appear to be more relevant today than when she wrote them.

I'll keep you posted (that's kind of a pun) on my progress....