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– New research indicates that only 7% of journalists are Republicans.

– Polling shows that only 60% of Millennials believe in free speech. 86 more words

Public Opinion

Yale Sociologist Probes "America's Deep Network of Climate Change Deniers"


The American public has turned away from outright denial of climate change. Sixty-three percent of adults describe the problem as “serious” in the latest opinion poll from the Washington Post and ABC News, a dip from the 69 percent who held that view in June. 137 more words

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Why Inking a Global Climate Deal Is Such a Tricky Business

At a time when global publics are distracted by concerns about terrorism, in a city still reeling from the carnage of terrorism, negotiators from over 190 nations have gathered in Paris for the 21st United Nations-led conference on climate change. 803 more words


Bonifacio Day

On the other side of the Earth, they are having Cyber Monday today. And us, here in the Phippines, we have Bonifacio Day. It is a Special Holiday, remembering the birthday of one of our great heroes who fought our freedom from the greedy hands of the conquers who wanted to take advantage of the wealth of our own land. 271 more words


Gun group from Newtown outspends NRA


WASHINGTON — When Adam Lanza took a .223 Bushmaster XM15-E2S semi-automatic rifle and killed 20 children and six adults on Dec. 14, 2012, many residents of Newtown became outspoken advocates for gun control. 76 more words


Let 'Writers' speak their minds

Writers if always stay quiet,

Quite bizarre that shall be.

They are not the people with mismatching minds & words.

They know what all the talking is that be. 136 more words


Nationwide Media Blackout on Amazon’s Ban of ‘Nobody Died at Sandy Hook’

On November 21 a press release reproduced below announcing Amazon.com’s censorship of Nobody Died at Sandy Hook was sent to almost 23,000 news media outlets by Sherwood Ross Associates, a Miami Florida-based public relations firm. 965 more words