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Sinosphere Blog: Mystery Surrounds Disappearance of Xinjiang Article and Related Apology

The online censorship and strange, if fleeting, mea culpa open a window into the Chinese media’s spotty record on transparency and trust, especially where it applies to the Uighur minority.

Lawmakers Make Massive Records Requests Because The Universities Can’t Be Trusted

In order to make their case for SB2222, which would end anonymous requests for open records by lawmakers, the North Dakota University System has taken to leaking information about some really, really large requests of that variety. The idea is to paint the requests as unreasonable, and the lawmakers as vindictive. The university system pulled this stunt...

Pistanthrophobia: The Fear Of Trust (Yes, It’s An Actual Phobia)

Trust is a thing that’s hard to earn yet easy to break. It’s fragile. It’s a leap of faith. It’s a terrifying thing to allow yourself to be vulnerable and open up to someone else.

DC Jobs: BBC News, Sunshine Sachs, RTTV

This week, BBC News is hiring a news writer, while Sunshine Sachs needs an account executive. RTTV is seeking a broadcast engineer, and The Pew Charitable Trusts is on the hunt for a senior officer. Get the scoop on these openings below,...Show More Summary

Learning To Love Yourself

Getting to know yourself is akin to any other romance. You must spend time with yourself. You must listen to yourself and trust the inner voice. As you are good to yourself, you open up like a flower in blossom.

My Hopefully Final Response to Dan Gillmor on Net Neutrality: Why I Trust the Market Over Government, Every Time

Dan Gillmor and I have been having a debate about Net Neutrality, and there is one more point I would like to make. First, the links to what we’ve said so far: My opening salvo (which was, admittedly, aggressive) Dan’s initial response My reply Dan’s second response I think we have recognized many points of […]

Gays Admit To Recruiting Your Children, Say Adorably Gullible Rightwing Nutjobs

Well, darn it, if you can’t believe the headline of an article at Bradlee Dean’s Refuge For WND Rejects, how can you trust anything you read on the interwebs? A March 12 piece by Tim Brown certainly sounds terrifying enough: “Open Sexual...Show More Summary

First solo show by Robert Heinecken with works from 1969 until 1999 opens at Capitain Petzel

2 weeks agoArts : Artdaily

In conjunction with the Heinecken Trust, Capitain Petzel announces the first solo show by the American artist with works from 1969 until 1999. Robert Heinecken (1931 ? 2006) described himself as a ?para-photographer?. Rather than standing...Show More Summary

A conversation about privacy and trust in open education

2 weeks agoHumor / odd : Boing Boing

For Open Education Week, Jonathan Worth convened a conversation about privacy and trust in open education called Speaking Openly in which educators and scholars recorded a series of videos responding to one another's thoughts on the subject. Read the rest

Unnamed Republican sources now trying to claim Iran letter was meant as a 'cheeky' joke

"Can't you take a joke?" In the wake of the backlash over the Republican Party's latest attempt to undermine the President of the United States with their open letter to Iran, telling them not to trust America and signed by 47 Republican...Show More Summary

Warning: 20 Friendliest Baby Names May Cause Uncontrollable Smiling

Post by Laura Wattenberg.   There's power in friendliness. A cheerful, approachable manner can open doors, make friends, and earn people's trust. Politicians know this -- you can see it in the way they campaign under friendly nicknames rather than their full, formal names. Show More Summary

Iranian Foreign Minister: GOP Letter Shows ‘We Cannot Trust U.S.’

2 weeks agoNews : Mediaite

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said Tuesday that Senator Tom Cotton's (R-AK) open letter to the Iranian government warning the country off nuclear negotiations with the Obama administration could imperil any impending deal.

Republican Senators tell Iran not to trust America on nuclear deal

Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR) Wow, Senate Republicans. Just wow. All but seven Republican senators have signed on to an open letter to Iran warning that as soon as President Obama leaves office, Republicans will undo any nuclear deal he might...Show More Summary

Senators Write Open Letter to Iranian Leader: Don’t Trust Obama

Republican Senators in the US Congress continue to work around President Obama as nuclear talks with Iran progress. In their ongoing efforts to prevent compromise, nearly 50 lawmakers have written directly to Iranian leadership, warning that while the president’s term is almost up, Republican opposition will remain.

Neil Patrick Harris WOULDN'T Host The Oscars Again: 'My Soul Couldn't Take It!'

If there were anyone we would trust to host any and every awards show ever, it'd probably be Neil Patrick Harris. But hostin' ain't easy. NPH knows that all too well. He opened up about whether or not he'd ever be up for hosting the Oscars again, saying: "I don't know that my family nor my soul could [...]

Choosing the Right Path

The Father has opened a way for sinners to be forgiven and set on the path of righteousness—namely, through faith in His Son. Trusting in Jesus Christ as our personal Savior makes us members of God's family and takes us immediately onto the narrow road, which is only for His followers.

Op-ed: Why You Can Trust Openly LGBT Journalists

You give us your time, we'll give you the truth. read more

James Hahn Wins Northern Trust Open

last monthSports / Golf : On Par

After 65 PGA Tour starts, James Hahn, whose wife is expecting their first child in March, picked up his initial win by settling a three-way tie.

Riviera Roughs Up Field, Hahn Wins Northern Trust Open in Playoff

last monthSports / Golf : Armchair Golf

MAN, THAT RIVIERA IS a tough track.Hogan's Alley, as it has been called through the years, is a dark alley of sorts, the kind of scary alley you don't want to get caught in late on a Sunday when you're trying to get home with a win.That...Show More Summary

Sergio Garcia did his best Bill Haas impression at The Honda Classic

Sergio Garcia's tee shot to the par-5 18th in Round 1 of The Honda Classic didn't go where he hoped. It went in the water. But when Garcia, who said he played Seve-like golf last week in contention at the Northern Trust Open, came upon his ball barely submerged in the hazard up the right of the hole, he decided it was worth a whack. Show More Summary

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