by Amaury Nora Three swastikas and an anti-Semitic manifesto were found outside Los Angeles City Councilman Jack Weiss’ Sherman Oaks office. The three swastikas were printed on 8Â½ by 11 paper and […]
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By Martin Bosworth There were two interesting stories today that involve the confluence between media, people, technology, and the ability of these three to influence each other.
By Rori Black Today, May 2, is Prevent Teen Pregnancy Day; a good day to remember that abstinence-only education is a miserable failure. One billion taxpayer dollars have been given to a […]
By Martin Bosworth My thoughts on the Bush veto are here for those who are interested. “Disgust” sums it up nicely. Perhaps “Anger,” “shame,” “rage,” and “frustration” as well. Actually, a picture’s […]
By Martin Bosworth A favorite hobby of mine (one which many in the blogosphere share) is bashing on overpaid, overprivileged “culture keepers” that somehow feel they have earned the right to dictate […]
By Rori Black Bush is preparing to use his veto power for the second time his presidency; the first was to to lift a ban on federal funding for new embryonic stem […]
By Robert Silvey Dan Bartlett is counselor to George Bush. George Tenet was CIA director during the preparations for the Iraq War. In his new book, At the Center of the Storm, […]
By Martin Bosworth A few days ago in my post celebrating the victories of the Save The Internet coalition, a certain fly in the ointment challenged me on a few points in […]
By Martin Bosworth Originally posted at Private Intelligence. Feel free to comment here or there. Although American consumers are currently slow to adopt paying bills by mobile, much of Europe and Asia […]
By Martin Bosworth Today marked the first anniversary of the launch of the Save The Internet coalition, a massive multi-group effort that was brought together to support the cause of net neutrality, […]