We all know that Washington needs some common sense. That’s what our friend and client Scott Ellington is offering in a congressional race with national implications. The Arkansas 1st Congressional District is a traditionally blue district, but when Democrat Marion Berry retired, a Tea Party favorite rode the 2010 conservative wave all the way to D.C.
Arkansas Democrats hoped to win the seat back in 2012, but as the filing deadline neared, local Dem activists were unhappy with their choices Read More »
Clark Hull, principal of Clark Hull and Associates, has more than 30 years of experience in the field of environmental permitting, including more than a decade as Director of the Environmental Resource Permitting program at the Southwest Florida Water Management District. Read More »
After almost two years, yes it was well past time. Enough of the cobbler’s kids running around barefooted. No more leaky faucets at the plumber’s house. Fresh Rocket finally took the time to implement on our very own site a few of the new tricks of the trade that we’ve picked up in recent years.
So what’s so different? First, we’ve cleaned up our design. What worked two, three or four years ago just seems dated now. Our style usually gravitates Read More »
For each new morning with its light,
For rest and shelter of the night,
For health and food,
For love and friends,
For everything Thy goodness sends.
“As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words but to live by them.” – John F. Kennedy
On this particular Thanksgiving, the words of Ralph Waldo Emerson and President Kennedy particularly resonate with us. As we enter the holiday season, let us each do everything that we possibly can to ensure that next Thanksgiving is even better than this one.
Have a used cell phone that’s collecting dust? Turn your old phone into new trees!
Fresh Rocket will make sure that your old phone is responsibly recycled through the PlantMyPhone program. The process ensures that hazardous chemicals like cadmium, lead and mercury don’t wind up in our landfills … and then into our soil and the water we drink and air we breathe. Proceeds from the recycled materials are then used to support the United Nations Environment Programme “Plant for the Planet: Billion Tree Campaign.”
Planting Trees Helps Our Planet Fight Climate Change
On average, each tree planted in the humid tropics absorbs 50 pounds of carbon dioxide Read More »
With our nearby Gulf of Mexico the scene of perhaps the U.S.’s worse eco-disaster ever, Fresh Rocket felt compelled to lend our talents to the widespread efforts to communicate a strong belief that the time has come to make drastic and positive changes in our energy policies. These efforts are anchored by ChangeSurvive.com, as well as Twitter updates and a very active Facebook page.