… what we end up is a resonance feedback loop, as any young sound engineer learns to do by looping the “silence” of an empty room back on itself over and over. Which pretty much describes national policy of late. Continue reading
Media is invaluable in spreading information about potential health threats. But it is inconceivably dangerous in spreading panic and DISinformation about same. Continue reading
There is superficial argument: but really there is only conditioning — albeit conditioning that screws with the amygdala’s simplistic fight or flight reptile messaging system Continue reading
to truly appreciate Goldfarb as a smear-monger, watch this video, from when Goldfarb was John McCain’s internet media manager, and a “national campaign spokesman” Continue reading
If prosecutors lose before the appeals panel, they risk being held personally liable for violating the free speech rights of the Wisconsin Club for Growth and one of its directors, Eric O’Keefe….
You know keepaway? One of the oldest games in humankind, where two naked killer apes toss a valued object back and forth with one in the middle desperately trying to get the valued object.
Because, again, Snowden is more concerned with embarrassing the USA in the eyes of the world, and debilitating or destroying our cyber-security if, say, Vladimir Putin wanted to launch a cyber-attack and cyber-war against the USA. Edward Snowden, no matter how “pure” his libertardian notions of his sovereign citizenship in the Country of “Me” has neatly segued from whistle-blower to traitor and quisling…. Continue reading
Like Microsoft, American magazines have so come to see themselves as indispensable that they cannot conceive of why so much consumer rage is aimed at their exploitive, ripoff approach to consumers … “Auto-renew” is not a convenience. It is a license to steal, and makes keeping your checkbook balanced an impossible task. Continue reading