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Hiding data is not how to prove something

original article: Why NYT Hid The Numbers For The ‘Hottest Year On Record’
January 18, 2017 Robert Tracinski

When you read a science report claiming that 2016 was the hottest year on record, you might expect that you will get numbers. 942 more words


look away, look away

Since the election, I’ve been staring off into the distance. On the Thursday after Election Day, I wandered into the French Consulate to ask about long-term visas so that my family would have some kind of an alternative to staying in whatever dystopian nightmare is about to unfold. 431 more words


Stone Arch Bridge Opens

Nov 23, 1883
The Stone Arch Bridge spans the Mississippi below St. Anthony Falls. Once called “Jim Hill’s Folly,” the bridge provides a crossing for trains and becomes a Minneapolis landmark.* 440 more words


Psychological study rigged with liberal bias; researchers oblivious

Let’s try an experiment. What if we could gauge liberal leanings of the American public by tracking tech purchases? Now, before you start complaining about how disturbing or invasive such tracking might be or how suspicious and absurd it is to even ask about tracking people in such a way, let me say this: you’re right! 2,310 more words

Left Wing

BBC confirms #Kuenssberg's BIAS, NOT just inaccuracy. Then backtracks. Again.

Two weeks ago, the SKWAWKBOX reported the BBC Trust’s finding that BBC News’ Political Editor Laura Kuenssberg – the supposed ‘Journalist of the year’ in 2016 – had been guilty of, essentially, … 470 more words

How to Undermine Your Biased Worldview

You’ll miss opportunities to see what’s true if you think you already have the answers. 901 more words

Intentional Living

Unbiased Opinions

By Harrison Yu

Reading through these many blog posts, you might think that our day is done after running around D.C. and meeting with so many influential people.   460 more words

Day 9 Of DrakeinDC