The real goal of the GOP — rich get richer — very successful under Trump. Follow the money.
Noam Chomsky is right:
The United States doesn’t just interfere in elections. It overthrows governments it doesn’t like, institutes military dictatorships. …
What’s going on is a very systematic two-tiered operation. One of them is Trump, Bannon, the effort to try to make sure you capture the headlines, that you’re top of the news, one crazy thing after another just to capture people’s attention. …
Chomsky essentially believes that the contrived pseudo-scandal that is Russiagate, serves as a distraction from the actual scandalous things that take place on a daily basis in Washington, D.C., and only serve to better the “rich and powerful.”
While everything is focusing on that, the Paul Ryan republicans, who are, in my view, the most dangerous and savage group in the country, are busy implementing programs that they have been talking quietly about for years. Very savage programs, which have very simple principles. One, be sure to offer to the rich and powerful gifts beyond the dreams of avarice, and [two], kick everyone else in the face. And it’s going on step by step right behind the bluster. …
“Trump Is A Distraction, Used By The Deep State To ‘Systematically Destroy’ America!” Says Chomsky
Steve Jobs was the son of a Muslim Syrian immigrant.
The progressive case for immigration
That’s legal immigration with support in place on arrival.
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What will the most popular news sources of the future look like?
I’m hopeful for the soon to be launched Wikitribune.
People today mostly get their news from TV (not bad) and social media (terrible).
My favourite news source right now is Axios, just 6 months old.
Axios covers 7 areas: politics, tech, media trends, health, science, energy, and future of work (AI, robotics, etc.).
They want to deliver the cleanest, smartest, most efficient and trust-worthy experience for readers and advertisers alike.
It was founded by Mike Allen, former chief political reporter for Politico. I like Politico too, founded in 2007. And Jim VandeHei.
John F. Harris and Jim VandeHei left The Washington Post to become The Politico‘s editor-in-chief and executive editor, respectively.
So … Washington Post begat Politico begat Axios.
If interested, start by signing up for any of the Axios email newsletters.
Immigration is good for the economy.
In Canada I trust immigrants more than I trust non-immigrants.
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That said … every nation needs immigration laws. Illegal immigrants should be quickly and ethically brought to trials. The Canadian legal system is too slow.
His approach is not working. Five months into his first term, Mr Trump presides over a political culture that is even more poisonous than when he took office. …
The Trump presidency has been plagued by poor judgment and missed opportunities. …
Unethical, immoral, illegal and unconstitutional. If you still support Trump I’d prefer we never speak again.
I’m talking about the orange section …
26 bridges and six interchanges.
The southwest portion (light blue) of the ring road is expected to be open in 2021. But the the “timing and construction details for this nine-kilometre (orange) stretch” is under review.
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There’s hope for the world.
The national smoking rate (USA) has fallen to historic lows, with just 15 percent of adults still smoking. …
Smokers are mostly embarrassed that they can’t quit in North America.
Not so in Europe. There the cool kids still smoke. Proud of it.
Why can’t Europeans quit smoking?
I don’t get it.