snot started the topic Trying to Clarify Risks Re- Covid vs. the Vaccines in the forum General Discussion 1 day ago
Almost no one seems to me to have reported very clearly on the real mortality rates of either Covid or the vaccines, so I did a little research and analysis based on what looked to me like some of the more reliable sources. My conclusion fwiw is that, based on what info we have, which is admittedly spotty, you’re probably at least 100 times more…[Read more]
“The most important [political choice we can make to turn the tide in workers’ favor] is now in front of us: It’s called the Protecting the Right to Organize Act.” More about the Act at the link.
Beyond that, I’d also quibble with his reference to “shareholder capitalism” – I think he means “vulture capitalism.” Corporations have always had a…[Read more]
snot replied to the topic Economists Worry Covid-19 May End Standardized Testing Altogether in the forum General Discussion 1 day ago
“…demands mass production of students who are not educated and have been rendered incapable of thinking.”
– U.N.E.F. Strasbourg, On the Poverty of Student Life (1966).
snot replied to the topic Hunter Biden expected to meet with potential art buyers before anonymous sales in the forum General Discussion 1 day ago
but I hate his ethics.
snot replied to the topic Lessons From the Fight for the Grand Canyon–Bill McKibben in the forum Science and Environment 1 day ago
it’s a p.r. war.
snot started the topic Big Telecom Spends $320,000 per day to keep our net cr*ppy. in the forum General Discussion 1 day ago
“A new study argues crappy U.S. broadband is an active policy choice—and a direct result of pathetically weak U.S. lobbying and corporate finance laws.
“Over the last few years big internet service providers have killed net neutrality, eliminated most FCC oversight of broadband providers, derailed efforts to pass meaningful privacy rules, and t…[Read more]
snot replied to the topic JPR needs your help. Time for a midsummer fundraising drive. in the forum Announcements 1 day ago
and once you’ve said that, @sffh, I do have some idea – they do make it as difficult as possible!
snot replied to the topic JPR needs your help. Time for a midsummer fundraising drive. in the forum Announcements 5 days ago
I don’t remember having to give it up to a new third party last time.
I think you all know I don’t use it for nefarious purposes; I’d just rather not make things easy for the Big Bro b*stards.
but I’m guessing they pay less for healthcare and other benefits.
snot replied to the topic Bernie Sanders Lost the Presidency. But He's Shaping the Agenda. in the forum All Things Bernie / Our Revolution 1 week ago
More of the right words are coming out of more mouths; but actions?
snot replied to the topic Freedom Is Not Free (That’s Why You Don’t Have Any)-Caitlin Johnstone in the forum General Discussion 1 week ago
John Philpot Curran’s statement, “The condition upon which God hath given liberty to man is eternal vigilance; which condition if he break, servitude is at once the consequence of his crime and the punishment of his guilt” (probable first articulation of the commonly misattributed, “Eternal vigilance is the price of liberty”, per https://www.montic…[Read more]
snot replied to the topic STUNNING! – Glass Octopus Captured in Rare Footage By Underwater Robot in the forum General Discussion 1 week ago
we wouldn’t want Total Information Awareness scuppered by mere darkness, would we?
snot replied to the topic Dubya – Once a War Criminal ALWAYS a War Criminal! in the forum General Discussion 1 week ago
Republications care soooo much about women’s rights.
snot replied to the topic How to Handle the Press: A Master Class From Bernie Sanders in the forum All Things Bernie / Our Revolution 1 week ago
to expose how dishonest the others are (who are happy to avoid substantive topics)
to expose the lie that the MSM’s obsession with trivia is driven by what’s profitable (Bernie is eminently clickable with or without Britney)
to expose the lie that reform is too complicated to be expressed in terms that ordinary people can understand
snot replied to the topic The Case for Rethinking American libel law; On Point in the forum Multimedia 1 week ago
but that’s not what this article calls for. I actually think I agree with his proposed remedies. My own thought would be that when an outlet that offers what it purports to be news or factual info on matters of public interest, and it knowingly or recklessly lies, it should be easier to make them pay a price.
snot replied to the topic Hyperspace, Consciousness, and Time with Bernard Carr in the forum UFO Discussion 1 week ago
“specious” insofar as there’s no such thing; its continually becoming past.
That said, much of what he says seems to be to jibe with my idea of a 5th dimension as the dimension of information, imagination, and relationships, all of which seem at first glance intangible but which, like everything else I’ve been able to think of that can be said to…[Read more]
snot replied to the topic David Sirota REVEALS Susan Rice's BLATANT Corruption While Workers Get Fleeced in the forum Multimedia 1 week ago
re- worker pensions.
snot replied to the topic ‘we Need Help’: Haiti’s Interim Leader Requests US Troops in the forum General Discussion 2 weeks ago
the Clinton Foundation’s work to go to waste.
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