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Globalist Shill Praying for Hillary to Sweep All Fifty States

Beloved establishment dispenser of conventional wisdom bullshit biscuits Thomas Friedman at the New York Times has outdone himself with his latest piece of neoliberal hooey. Friedman, the celebrated author of… 855 more words

Hillary Clinton

(Emmanuel) Macron proposed a solution that sounded revelatory in the context of the myopia of the political class: a conversation. “That’s what politics is,” he said.

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You Break It, You Own It, by Tom Friedman - The New York Times

“The British vote by a narrow majority to leave the European Union is not the end of the world — but it does show us how we can get there.A major European power, a longtime defender of liberal democracy, pluralism and free markets, falls under the sway of a few cynical politicians who see a chance to exploit public fears of immigration to advance their careers. 139 more words

European Issues

The historical debate is over. The answer is free-market capitalism. – Thomas Friedman http://ift.tt/28UCq5h

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Another Age of Discovery, by Tom Friedman - The New York Times

“Have we been here before? I know — it feels as if the internet, virtual reality, Donald Trump, Facebook, sequencing of the human genome and machines that can reason better than people constitute a change in the pace of change without precedent. 203 more words

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Curiosity Didn't Kill The Cat - It Made The Cat a Better Student

About nine years ago, I read Thomas Friedman’s iconic book The World Is Flat 3.0, an updated edition of The World Is Flat. Although, I do not have my original annotated copy (I like to take notes in books – you never know when you will blog about them), one particular argument from Friedman has always remained in my frontal lobe – the need for curiosity in our students. 923 more words

Marketing for a Flat World

Thomas Friedman, Pulitzer Prize-winning author made a strong case for the democratization of the global marketplace in his 2005 book, The World is Flat. Friedman named ten factors that had contributed to the leveling of the world’s economic playing field. 538 more words