I subscribe to a newsletter from Popular Information. From everything I can tell, he’s apolitical, which I like, since I’m a political independent. I like how Judd and his team investigate corporations, their political donations, their corporate messaging and comparing it to everything reported in SEC filings. For example, corporations promised not to donate to […]

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This is the way it should go

So, occasionally, I take the time to read the MSN home page. There are always fluff stories, and ones that are biased. I also look at whatever pops up for stories on my Chrome new tab page on my phone, and through Flipboard, which comes with my phone as well – yes, I have a […]

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Ok, so I love pretty much all of the podcasts from  Stuff You Missed in History Class? Great.  TechStuff?  Fascinating.  Today, I’m catching up on the podcasts from Stuff They Don’t Want You to Know.  I don’t listen to this one as much, but it’s a fun look anyway.  Podcasts on alchemy, cattle mutilation, […]

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Gun control and mass shootings

Now when the subject of gun control comes up, everyone always gets so upset. You hear a lot of ‘they’re coming to take our guns’ etc. That’s not the answer. Those who say that making guns illegal will ensure only criminals have guns. The answer is much simpler. Make more thorough checks when selling guns. […]

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Mind reading or student of history I swear it seems I know people more than I realize. I guess it just comes from looking at history. I’ve repeatedly told my mother that banning abortions is not a good idea, no matter how much you hate the idea of abortions. Women who would have an abortion are just that desperate, they’ll […]

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Not my circus

I keep seeing a picture going around Facebook that says ‘When someone tries to pull you into their drama, remind yourself not my circus, not my monkeys.’ I always laugh at that, and try to remember when the drama happens at home. Don’t get me wrong, I appreciate the place to live, but sometimes I […]

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Oh my… You either laugh or cry

So, as a joke in 2007, I posted that I wanted Bernie Sanders to run for president.  (link is here – opens in a new window). Now, Yahoo! says that he’s considering running for president.  He also said if he does, he’ll run to win. (link is here – opens in a new window). Does this […]

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Christopher Columbus

The Oatmeal had something interesting to say about Christopher Columbus.  Since Monday is Columbus Day – and Canadian Thanksgiving, I’d rather celebrate Canadian Thanksgiving. But Thanksgiving was always a time for family to get together, and I’m missing my family big time, so that’s why I’d prefer to celebrate Canadian Thanksgiving. In other news, I […]

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All I gotta say someone else said it ;)

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Go to your corners

After the drama earlier this week with politics, I’m sure I’m not the only one thinking we need to start treating these politicians like children.  Maybe it’s time for them to go back to school and learn about sharing or compromise.  Grr, it’s aggravating that they have so much control over what happens when they […]

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