The government is controlled by the mother-polluters of MOMCOM.
The Administration of Barack Obama is in no way free from that control.
Mother's Day is the day when mothers are likely to have an experience unique to them:
“There’s a time when you have to explain to your children why they’re born, and it’s a marvelous thing if you know the reason by then.”(Hazel Scott, Quotable Women, Running Press, 1989). On this Mother's Day, can MOMCOM do the duty of mothers around the globe, and explain to the children why those children were born into a civilization that seems to be doomed to destroy, maim, and kill its mother?
If not, then this Mother's Day and the recent Earth Day took place during The Criminally Insane Epoch.
The mother-polluters of MOMCOM have run amok, and now seem to be growing more and more fond of giving the gift that keeps on killing.
They seem bent on destroying their mother, the Earth, which will in turn destroy themselves too by what we call ecocide.
Anyway, there is an answer to the question children of the Earth ask:
(Tenets of Ecocosmology). We have the clean, renewable energy available but we do not seem to love our Mother or ourselves enough to do it, to do solar:
You were born to take care of Mother Earth along with your brothers and sisters, not to destroy her.
Then when you mature into a cosmic civilization composed of cosmic adults, you are to care for other places in the cosmos.
Your legacy is not intended to be a short lived binge of planetary destruction leading to extinction.
A massive switch from coal, oil, natural gas and nuclear power plants to solar power plants could supply 69 percent of the U.S.’s electricity and 35 percent of its total energy by 2050.(Scientific American). Add the potential of wind energy, and we are on our way to a clean life of clean energy:
After all, a massive three-megawatt wind turbine "pays back" the carbon dioxide emitted in its making—mining iron, smelting steel, trucking blades, among other things—in roughly seven months of operation by displacing emissions from fossil fuel–fired power plants, according to Michael Zarin, director of government relations at the Denmark-based wind turbine–maker Vestas Wind Systems. Wind power is now responsible for 100 percent of Samso's electricity needs, 20 percent of all of Denmark's, and has become the largest single type of new electricity generation installed in the U.S. "There's nothing alternative about wind anymore," Zarin notes.(Scientific American). All it takes is the will to live being expressed in a national effort to go clean by shaking the dirty addiction to death oil.