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Vem delar Elin bröd med?

I fredagens Aktuellt fick vi se och höra Elin Jönsson, SVT:s Moskvakorrespondent, intervjua en svensk-finsk/finlandssvensk frivillig i Ukraina. På det hela taget var det en OK intervju med endast ett fåtal smärre beklagliga vändningar, i synnerhet sedan Carolus Löfroos lyckades bemöta de hyggligt ledande frågorna på ett utomordentligt balanserat och klargörande sätt.  1,850 more words

Ukraine

Is the world a more dangerous place?

I will be on CBC Radio’s show ‘The 180′ on Sunday morning giving a talk about whether the world is really becoming a more dangerous place. 8 more words

Media

Science In The News

I’ve been working on this general thought all week. You will find it very rough at first, but follow below for some full context.

The mainstream media has a deeply flawed style of reporting science stories. 463 more words

On Microsoft 10...

Oh my goodness, Microsoft!

I’m super excited to try out Spartan… the ability to annotate websites can either be useful or just another useless gadget, but I won’t know until I try it!

Article here.

Media

Naomi Wolf on possibilities of Fake News/False Flags

Former Clinton/Gore political consultant Naomi Wolf explains why we should be skeptical of overly-theatrical current events such as the Boston Marathon bombing. This was filmed at the 2014 Free State Project’s Liberty Forum. 63 more words

Justitie

Playing their game

One of the great things about the internet and social media is that it opens up the avenues through which we can receive our information. We can potentially get angles on news stories without the inherent bias of the publications, or we can get breakdowns of news stories from those who read articles. 464 more words

Politics

Our Weasel Of The Week!! 01.25.15

Weasel Of The Week

Fanfare, everyone!It’s time to present this week’s statuette of shame, The Golden Weasel!!

Every Tuesday, the Council nominates some of the slimiest, most despicable characters in public life for some deed of evil, cowardice or corruption they’ve performed. 552 more words

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