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Bernie Sanders and the Nevada Democratic Party Convention

There are two stories to be told about the Nevada Democratic Party Convention – what really happened, and Sanders’ response to it. The first story is one of confusion, partisanship, passion, and poor choices. 1,276 more words

Hillary Clinton

Hillary In Decline

If someone had asked you who was going to be the favorite to win the presidential election this fall; many people would have said Hillary Clinton. 1,943 more words

Debunking sites: What they are really for

“Debunking sites.” are a large part of the psy-op factor – a way to keep us from leaving the herd and thinking our own thoughts about what we see and hear about us. 409 more words

American Wilderness

Purple Lady Bugs In Hawaii - True or False?

Select The truth about purple lady bugs in HI

Lady bugs are not just cute and sweet looking they are incredibly hard-working to remove aphids and more from our precious plants in the garden.

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Jackie Chan Is Alive And Well ...

“News” on social media such as Facebook and Twitter is rather like the tabloids of old: unreliable, sensationalized, fictional.  And sometimes dangerous.  Now, before I start, let me just say that I am no expert in the world of social media.  1,324 more words

Social Commentary

Real Life 'Road Runner' Tunnel Crash : FALSE, says snopes.com

Dang it. I SOOO wanted this story to be true…as long as no one actually got hurt of course. It just goes to show that if you put your message in front of people who are already receptive to hearing what you have to say – they are more likely to go along with it, without giving its validity a second thought. 63 more words

Marketing Thoughts

Hillary Clinton Suppressed Minimum Wage In Haiti To 31 Cents

Today, child labor and trafficking are endemic in Haiti, particularly in the country’s manufacturing sector, which is outsourced to foreign companies.

In June 2009, the Haitian Parliament unanimously passed a law requiring that the minimum wage be raised to $0.61 an hour, or $5 a day. 57 more words