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Video: A Peaceful…Shark?

This is kinda sweet. A mother and her very young child were caught in some of the protests in Lebanon. When the protestors realized that they might frighten the youngster, they broke into a version of “Baby Shark.” If you’ve got kids or grandkids, you’ve probably heard it. You may not like it, but you’ve…

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Tweet: Bravo Niinisto!

Cool. A president who is actually a statesman.   After sitting quietly during Trump’s 16-minute meltdown President Sauli Niinistö decided to not hold his tongue. “Mr. President, you have a great democracy. Keep it going on” — 🖤🅴🅻🅻🅸🅴🖤 (@ellievan65) October 3, 2019

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Direct Democracy: Part II

Voting by Smartphone a small step for voters and a giant leap for Democracy   Virtual Reality2 Host and author Marc Keyser
 These days the only thing smartphones don’t do yet is brush your teeth and wipe your butt. Smartphones are an essential part of daily living. We talk, we text, we take selfies, we…

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US To Demand Social Media History Of Visitors

Coming under the heading of YIKES… The BBC is reporting that the US State Department will demand social media history and other details from anyone applying for a visa. “The [new] State Department regulations say,” notes the BBC, “people will have to submit social media names and five years’ worth of email addresses and phone…

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Bill Weld: tRump Won’t Leave

Bill Weld, Republican and long-short challenger to tRump has said that if the Orange One loses in 2020, he won’t leave the White House. At least, not without a fight…and maybe a violent one. According to Newsweek, Bill Maher asked Weld if Trump would step down from the Presidency if he lost. Weld replied, “Not…

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Steel Collar Workers


It is one more pernicious myths of the Trumpian Right that “illegal immigrants” are stealing jobs from “real Americans.” The reality, of course, is that jobs weren’t there to be stolen. Long ago, CEOs, MBAs, and Corporations sent them overseas–that is, to places like China, where labor costs were low and unions were non-existent. The…

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