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Giorgio Vasari  (1542)  Justice

John Galsworthy (14 August 1867 –1933) was an English novelist and playwright, whose most famous work is “The Forsyte Saga”. He won the Nobel Prize for literature in 1932. 158 more words

On This Day

What Will Organized Criminal Violence Bring Next To Our Streets?

By James Carafano ~

Organized riots.

That sounds like an oxymoron, but it’s what we’re seeing in many cities in this season of COVID-19 and protests. 722 more words

Public Opinion

Survey finds that U.S. Democrats and Republicans both want to phase out land-based nuclear missiles

Democrats And Republicans Agree: Phase Out Land-Based Nuclear Missiles   https://www.forbes.com/sites/matthewkorda/2020/08/12/democrats-and-republicans-agree-phase-out-land-based-nuclear-missiles/#74441be7109d  Matt Korda I write about the nexus between nuclear weapons, climate change, and injustice.   Although Democrats and Republicans increasingly seem worlds apart, when it comes to nuclear weapons issues, they’re actually much closer than one might think. 892 more words


Bjorn Lōmborg’s New Book Says Climate Panic Is A “False Alarm”

By Duggan Flanakin ~

“Skeptical environmentalist” and creator of the Copenhagen Consensus Bjorn Lōmborg has a new book, False Alarm: How Climate Change Panic Costs Us Trillions, Hurts the Poor, and Fails to Fix the Planet. 1,204 more words

Public Opinion

Coronavirus: Some college students returning to campus are being met with liability waivers


Schools that are choosing to reopen amid the coronavirus pandemic are attempting to protect themselves against possible legal blowback with legal liability waivers.

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2020 Election Issues

Does Media mould or mirror the society?

The question was raised by Elihu Katz in his edited book, `Mass media and social change’ He remarked that the central issue is whether the media of mass communication should lead or follow, mirror or mould the society. 556 more words


i'm looking at you

I’m looking at you

(2000’s | celebritese? | “I’m talking about you,” “j’accuse,” “thou art the man”)

This expression is meant to be funny, or at least to cover a serious matter with a layer of humor. 538 more words