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18th February 2017 Morning News Wrap

M68!: Morning News Wrap. From around the Globe to your Frontal Lobe. Good Morning. Here is the News:

MIDNIGHT OIL IS REFORMING: Color me excited. Peter Garret sucked as a Politician but is an awesome front man for a great Aussie band. 439 more words

Peter Pilt On The News

Australia's Staying Out of It: South China Sea Conflict Will See Both U.S. and China Lose

AUSTRALIA – Prime Minister Malcom Turnbull, along with Foreign Minister Julie Bishop and a sweeping number of Australian politicians have made it clear to Trump that Australia will not only stay out of any dispute between China and the U.S., but that… 469 more words

News

Company Correspondences by Tyler Wilborn

Company Correspondence: Cycle 3, Stage 1, 1100 hours

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Feature Issues

Failure to Investigate Russian Connections

The Big Question

Who else is compromised inside the Republican circles?  Is their reluctance to take action against Trump fueled by more than partisan fervor?  It would be adolescent to believe that Russian hacking and compromising would be limited to Trump.   33 more words

Censorship of thought? Scary

I’m writing this because recently, a person I know has wished to create an “echo chamber” on Facebook.  He’s not the only one.  There are others.  2,890 more words

Politics

Let's make democracy great again

The English novelist George Orwell once observed that in a time of universal deceit, telling the truth becomes a revolutionary act. If this is accurate, then the Internet and the tsunami of so-called ‘fake news stories’ now jamming our online news feeds and flooding the collective social media landscape, makes all of us potential revolutionaries. 715 more words

Education

Socrates Wouldn't Approve of Alternative Facts

FALSE WORDS ARE NOT ONLY EVIL IN THEMSELVES, BUT THEY INFECT THE SOUL WITH EVIL.

— SOCRATES