Local Stories, Events
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Books, Films, Arts & Education
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Health Care & Environment
04.17 'Underestimating the Opposition,' Trudeau Doubles Down on Kinder Morgan Pipeline Push [How big is the bribe? We thought he had a conscience...]
04.17 New Study Shows Young People in Polluted Cities Are at Greater Risk for Alzheimer's [our children are made worse than idiots breathing our polluted atmosphere]
04.17 To lead on climate, countries must commit to zero emissions [mention of America's willful ignorance is politely omitted out of consideration for the country it used to be]
04.14 New satellite to spot planet-warming industrial methane leaks [We know, this is confusing to the boys in the back of the classroom]
04.14 Avoid Gulf stream disruption at all costs, scientists warn [We know, this is confusing to the boys in the back of the classroom]
04.14 Carbon dioxide from ships at sea to be regulated for first time [We know, this is confusing to the boys in the back of the classroom]
News Media Matters
04.19 Media Cover-up: Shielding Israel is a Matter of Policy [who sets media coverage policy? (the owners, ultimately); how can we make the policy fair?]
US Politics, Policy & 'Culture'
04.20 Rick Scott Super PAC Donations Challenge Federal Anti-Corruption Rule [sounds familiar... might be in the Republican Governors Handbook from the Koch bros.]
04.18 James Comey has issued a plea for decency. When will Republicans listen? [do sociopaths equate decency with empathy and dismiss it as reflex?]
Economics, Crony Capitalism
04.18 A bomb silenced Daphne Caruana Galizia. But her investigation lives on [investigating a micro-state run like a mafia (and the Trump organization) profiting from tax-sheltering of income and wealth and from money-laundering]
04.17 Trump businesses making millions from political and taxpayer spending – report [president slimeball doing business as usual...]
International & Futurism
04.19 North Korea wants total denuclearisation, says Seoul [how will Trump and Bolton screw this up?]
04.18 US and Russian nuclear arsenals set to be unchecked for first time since 1972 [ungovernment by and for the incompetent and corrupt may not be the worst outcome]
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