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Ramesh Ponnuru: Tim Cook Needs to Do Some Homework

Bloomberg: Tim Cook, the chief executive officer of Apple, is spreading misinformation about a new religious-freedom law in Indiana.

That law and similar ones, he writes in the Washington Post, “say individuals can cite their personal religious beliefs to refuse service to a customer or resist a state nondiscrimination law.” He goes on to claim that they “rationalize injustice by pretending to defend something many of us hold dear. 99 more words

Politics

Propaganda used against Americans by the Federal Government

The constant struggle against misinformation is at best tedious, at most entirely too time-consuming for those with children and a full-time job… I get it. I often feel much like I’m chewing on cardboard flavored taffy for hours to find so much as a flavor-filled bit. 554 more words

Being Franc

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Emotions vs. Education

Last January, I went to Holland with my art history class. We spent an afternoon in Haarlem visiting the Frans Hals museum, and at the time there was an exhibition on called “Emotions : Pain and pleasure in Dutch painting of the Golden Age.” 1,071 more words

Sex+

Footprint of an Old Oak HS2 terminus

The Lords Economic Affairs Committee report on HS2 was highly critical of the entire scheme, but suggested that if did go ahead, it might be less silly to terminate the line at Old Oak, rather than Euston. 77 more words

HS2

How to avoid spreading misinformation, according to lifehacker

Lifehacker featured a quick and dirty piece about how to avoid spreading misinformation online. Author Adam Pash gives some practical tips for social media users, and I encourage you to check it out. 13 more words

Media Literacy