Way back in August 2015 when Donald Trump did his first Republican debate a PBS jounalist commentator dismissed Trump as not a serious candidate but later absolved himself by confessing that he hadn’t been associating with real people(the Clinton “deplorables”), the “angry white men” who eventually made Donald Trump President Trump. Now after nearly two … More Euripides’ Bachae & “The Russian Narrative”
I just saw a guy on BNN (Business News Network) advising investors how to protect themselves from a cyber attack. Sort of reminds me of how they were calling Donald Trump, before he became President Trump, a ludite because he said “no computer is safe”. A Washington Post article back then stated Mike DeBonis January … More Cybersafety Anyone?
Since Donald Trump became the Republican candidate for president, whenever I put his name into the Google box; at the top of my search results page I get British media headers from The Independent and The Guardian which have begun to replace the New York Times‘ Trump vitriol so that I now find myself looking … More Looking For America
When I put “donald trump” into the Jan. 29 Google box, the top item on the first search results page was from Britain’s The Guardian with its “Cowardly and Dangerous” header dated Jan. 28. On the next results page the top three headers are from British online media masters. Latest updates as president’s executive … More Is Britain’s online media the royal opposition?
President-elect Donald Trump accepts the U.S. intelligence community’s conclusion that Russia engaged in cyber attacks affecting the U.S. presidential election and may take actions in response, his incoming chief of staff said on Sunday. Reince Priebus said Trump believes Russia was behind the intrusions into the Democratic Party organizations, though he did not clarify whether … More I guess he doesn’t read much.
Monday, Dec 12, 2016 1:00 PM UTC Science, reason and decency all under threat: 5 nightmarish things Donald Trump did just last week The mind reels with the mounting horrors and the sheer pace at which they come Janet Allon, AlterNet Again we’re reminded that Donald Trump may interfere with science. Still scientists never speak … More Oh scientists: where are you?
I did not vote for P.C. Rob Ford to be Toronto’s mayor when he defeated his Liberal challenger, a man who talked of getting into the legal marijuana business, now a respectable government approved concern here in Toronto and in other jurisdictions in North America. But when Mayor Ford began getting flack for ingesting crack … More