Vanishing Online Privacy

Privacy has always been a scarce commodity in a modern society. Governments have large troves of information on your work,  taxes and travel overseas. But

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How History Is Made

Recent articles have discussed the role of textbooks in schools and how they have shaped national stories and histories throughout the world. . This is

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Failing Fake News Media

One of Donald Trump’s favorite epithets is the Failing Fake News Media.  It is all part of the Grifters Craft – disparage and demonize  individuals

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The Democracy Divide

Democracy Decline and Division Two essays in the NYTimes draw from the same two themes of the era. The first by Fiona ill argues that

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Canada as Cap and Trader

Clement Sabourin/AFP/Getty Images Michael Sprung by way of Linda Palin has uncovered an interesting, “other side of the ledger” fact about Canada’s CO2 pollution status.

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Bitcoin on the Loose

There is a roller coaster ride even more treacherous then the current stock market – Bitcoin. And Michael Sprung shines a  light on the sparkling

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In China: To Be Touristed

In an age of social media, my dissident brother’s main weapon is his cell phone. Illustration by George Wylesol Recently, the Beijing police took my

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Ross Weaver’s Web Sites

Ross Weaver has not one but two websites . Both are associated with his personal interests and avocations. One of those is running including incidentally

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