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  1. A War on the Truth

    By Jonathan Karl: Front Row at the Trump Show
    ABC News- chief White House correspondent

    Trump attacks the press because he wants them to attack him back. He calls them "lying, disgusting people." He wants to paint the press as the head of the Opposition Party. The president strategically baits reporters into personal grudge matches that undercut the credibility of the media. He has conducted a "Dr.-Jekyll-and-Mr.-Hyde routine" with the news media since ...
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  2. The Pandemic Revolution Has Begun.

    Don't fool yourselves, this current civil and social division is not just over a disease. We've faced worse and fared better. It's over the same things that have always caused the fallen and historic collapse of civilizations and empires. Internal strife, corruption, greed, power struggles, opposing idealism, degradation of morals and values, destruction of the middle-class, and totalitarian overreach.

    We've got a President who wants to do everything he can to help the corporate ...
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  3. Great WSJ article about COV-19 by Henry Kissinger

    The surreal atmosphere of the Covid-19 pandemic calls to mind how I felt as a young man in the 84th Infantry Division during the Battle of the Bulge. Now, as in late 1944, there is a sense of inchoate danger, aimed not at any particular person, but striking randomly and with devastation. But there is an important difference between that faraway time and ours. American endurance then was fortified by an ultimate national purpose. Now, in a divided country, efficient and farsighted government is necessary ...
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  4. Strange Days

    Everybody has stats, graphs, charts, studies, professional advice and news sources. They're all conflicting and variable with different viewpoints and skewed data. Thru social media, online publications, cable news networks, internet news sources, journals, blogs, magazines, etc, etc the information is endless, contradictory and befuddling. Everyone is an authority and expert, yet we're only getting part of the picture in most cases. Common sense is becoming less common, and reasoning has taken ...
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  5. Human Population: Crisis

    I'm curious if humans will last beyond the next century or not. I think there's evidence that we're quickly changing our environment and out-stripping resources. The real question is how wisely will we react to certain upcoming changes and challenges.

    Nature is a balance of existence. In order to coincide with nature, we must balance the number of lives which we produce with the saving and extending of lives.

    The human population growth of the last century has been ...
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