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10 Things They Won't Tell You About the Flint Water Tragedy. But I Will

News of the poisoned water crisis in Flint has reached a wide audience around the world. The basics are now known: The Republican governor, Rick Snyder, nullified the free elections in Flint, deposed the mayor and city council, then appointed his own man to run the city. Show More Summary

Democracy of the Billionaires

The Most Expensive Election Ever Is A Billionaire's Playground (Except for Bernie Sanders) Cross-posted with TomDispatch.com Speaking of the need for citizen participation in our national politics in his final State of the Union address,...Show More Summary

On the Eve of Iowa

Voting is finally about to begin in the Republican and Democratic presidential primary contests. That's exciting. But it may not last. Are the races close to being over just before they've begun? If so, it's especially so for DonaldShow More Summary

My Vanishing Newspaper

After checking the driveway, the snow, and the front and rear doors in search of our newspaper, I once again called The New York Times, this time asking to talk to a supervisor. I got transferred to Ebony, a manager in "account resolutions." She had no resolution to offer. Show More Summary

How To Get Highly Optimized Twitter Experience With The Use of Twitter Lists

Most of us use twitter on our daily basis, but if I ask you how many of you use twitter list, then may be 10-15% people will raise their hand. When I first got to know about the uses and benefits of twitter list, I decided to share with others and I am sure this article will help you to get most out of your twitter experience. Show More Summary

Wikia's Fandom Adds Pulse to Knowledge: CEO Wikia (VIDEO)

PALM SPRINGS -- Since it was launched more than a decade ago, the fan wiki hosting site Wikia has built up a huge following for, essentially, static information. Now it wants to put some momentum in to that content. That's why CEO Craig...Show More Summary

I'm an Angry Old White Guy. Here's Why.

I keep reading that people like me -- older white guys -- are angry about what is happening to their country. In recent years, their grievances have been voiced by Rush Limbaugh, Lou Dobbs, Bill O'Reilly and Glenn Beck. Then they found an outlet in the Tea Party. Show More Summary

Why Brands Pass on the Super Bowl

Co-authored by Derek Rucker. Rucker, is the Sandy and Morton Goldman Professor of Entrepreneurial Studies in Marketing at the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University. This year a number of well-known brands have announced that they will not show up to advertise on the Super Bowl. Show More Summary

I Support Bernie Sanders, And I'm Not Stupid or Unrealistic

Today, I read for maybe the 10,000th time an assertion that supporters of Bernie Sanders are unrealistic, that Bernie Sanders supporters will all be disappointed if they elect him because he won't be able to bring the change he's promising,...Show More Summary

Why The Huffington Post's Trump Disclaimer Is a Missed Opportunity

The Huffington Post recently announced that it will add the following disclaimer to all future stories about Donald Trump: Note to our readers: Donald Trump is a serial liar, rampant xenophobe, racist, misogynist, birther and bully who has repeatedly pledged to ban all Muslims?--?1.6 billion members of an entire religion?--?from entering the U.S. Show More Summary

The Headlines You Can Ignore After Iowa

As someone who has both crafted and professionally scoffed at headlines in many ways through many elections, I'd like to just reassure everyone, right now, that yes, your instincts are correct: most of the ones you'll see after the Iowa...Show More Summary

The Role of Mental Illness in Gun Crime: Dispelling the Myth

In the wake of the hundreds of mass shootings over the past couple of decades, the media has been teeming with conversations about mental illness. Newspaper headlines have propagated the notion that gun crime is strongly associated with...Show More Summary

Einstein, Gun Death Grief, and the Environment

According to Albert Einstein, "(1 - (U/c)2)1/2 (U=speed, c=speed of light)." For those of who are not fluent in mathematics or physics, especially me, that translates roughly as, "time is elastic." It can expand, contract, bend, twist...Show More Summary

How Digital Humanitarians Are Closing the Gaps In Worldwide Disaster Response

It is now commonplace for people around the world to use social media during emergencies, and the volume of online information coupled with its rapid arrival is becoming increasingly overwhelming to humanitarian organizations. In response,...Show More Summary

Carat's Doug Ray to Headline the Beet Retreat in Vieques Next Week (VIDEO)

The transformation of the media agency and its trading desk; the next evolution in programmatic; the new forms of video advertising across screens, will be among the topics explored at Beet Retreat, a two-day executive retreat being held on the Caribbean island of Vieques next week. Doug Ray, CEO of Carat U.S. Show More Summary

(VIDEO) Carat's Doug Ray to Headline the Beet Retreat in Vieques Next Week, w/ AOL, Google, Facebook, GroupM, IPG, Merkle, Videology & Xaxis

The transformation of the media agency and its trading desk; the next evolution in programmatic; the new forms of video advertising across screens, will be among the topics explored at Beet Retreat, a two-day executive retreat being held on the Caribbean island of Vieques next week. Show More Summary

Note to Networks: Bump Trump, Cover Debate

On Wednesday afternoon, U.S. Senator John McCain (R-AZ), a two-time presidential candidate, was asked on CNN what he thought of Donald Trump refusing to participate in Thursday night's presidential debate. His first answer went as follows: "Anyone...Show More Summary

Super Bowl 50, The Donald Trump of Sports

Call it Karma, call it cosmic, or give credit to the full moon or the alignment of the planets, but how great is it that Donald Trump and Super Bowl 50 come along at the same time? Awesome. Never have two things so reflective of who we are and where we are as a country come along together. Show More Summary

A New Tool for Journalists to Hear the Crowd

Twenty thousand refugees pour into a major city in a matter of weeks. The concerns of the city's residents grow. But what, exactly, are their biggest concerns? How widely held and intense are they? What do they believe should be done...Show More Summary

Trump Feud Dominates News Cycle

These are the proverbial uncharted waters. The enormously capable and talented Roger Ailes has been at Fox News for 20 years (his current four-year contract was set to expire this year but has been renewed). A brilliant visionary and...Show More Summary

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