Category Archives: culture

Hardly Anyone Is Thinking Logically About The Risk Of Nuclear War

By Caitlin Johnstone Source: The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists has moved its symbolic Doomsday Clock to ninety seconds to midnight, the closest it has ever been set since its founding after the second world war. Chief among their reasons … Continue reading

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Saturday Matinee: River’s Edge

By Roger Ebert Source: I remember reading about the case at the time. A high school kid killed his girlfriend and left her body lying on the ground. Over the next few days, he brought some of his friends … Continue reading

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The Cost Of Living Has Become Extremely Oppressive And 57 Percent Of Americans Cannot Afford A $1,000 Emergency Expense

By Michael Snyder Source: Activist Post I don’t have to tell you that your money doesn’t go as far as it once did.  You see it every time that you go shopping.  Our leaders flooded the system with money and … Continue reading

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Two for Tuesday

Roger Waters

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360 Degree Surveillance: How Police Use Public-Private Partnerships to Spy on Americans

By John & Nisha Whitehead Source: The Rutherford Institute “We live in a surveillance state founded on a partnership between government and the technology industry.”— Law Professor Avidan Y. Cover In this age of ubiquitous surveillance, there are no private … Continue reading

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How the US is blackmailing countries that buy American weapons

By Vladimir Platov Source: New Eastern Outlook Economic sanctions and blackmail have long been the preferred methods of conducting foreign policy and advancing the United States’ own geopolitical interests. In 2018, the US withdrew from the agreement on Iran’s nuclear … Continue reading

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By Dylan Charles Source: Waking Times At the cutting edge of science and technology today is artificial intelligence and robotics, which are being driven by ever-increasing computational speeds made possible by quantum computing. When the capacity of technological computation rivals the … Continue reading

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Saturday Matinee: A Scanner Darkly

A Scanner Darkly By Brian Eggert Source: Deep Focus Review Based on the acclaimed novel by Philip K. Dick, Richard Linklater’s 2006 film of A Scanner Darkly presents a cautionary tale on drugs, surveillance, and perception in a unique formal arrangement. Set … Continue reading

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