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Net Neutrality
by John P. Reisman published Oct 12, 2014 last modified Oct 13, 2014 09:43 PM — filed under: , , , , , , , , ,
Network Neutrality affects the Open Internet and the World Wide Web and how much control corporations have over what you/we can and can't see as well as how much it will cost you/us is about to be classified by the FCC. Broadband Discrimination is the key issue. Why Net Neutrality is important spans a variety of subjects from speed of information sharing, promotion of liberty, capacity for free market innovation and competition as well as national and international security issues that impact America.
Located in News / 2014
Understanding Global Warming Arguments
by John P. Reisman published Mar 25, 2007 last modified Aug 23, 2012 05:27 PM — filed under: ,
There are many influences in the global climate, all of them need to be examined and put in context. Please visit the Real Climate web site link below. This is the best site we know of where you can find excellent arguments regarding the myth and facts as well as relevant scientific knowledge and assessment pertaining to Global Warming.
Located in News / 2007
Antarctica Melting
by John P. Reisman published May 28, 2007 last modified Aug 23, 2012 04:13 PM — filed under: ,
A team of NASA and university scientists has found clear evidence that extensive areas of snow melted in west Antarctica in January 2005 in response to warm temperatures. This was the first widespread Antarctic melting ever detected with NASA's QuikScat satellite and the most significant melt observed using satellites during the past three decades. Combined, the affected regions encompassed an area as big as California.
Located in News / 2007
Centrist America
by John P. Reisman published Jan 16, 2007 last modified Aug 23, 2012 04:13 PM — filed under: ,
It would be nice if the government joined the people in helping to fix healthcare, updating our educational system, getting the graft out of our military, moving our energy infrastructure into sustainable clean energy, driving our economic engines in a direction that considers need... On Iraq... it’s not a game of let's see if this works.
Located in News / 2007
EDITORIAL: "We are under attack!" - A Primer on Political Spin
by John P. Reisman published Oct 12, 2006 last modified Aug 23, 2012 04:11 PM — filed under: , ,
"Terrorism" Image + "Spin is Bad" Image = "Terrorists Use Spin" Image. Combine that with ... is how spin works, in a relational manner. ... battle plans of the left and the right political parties entrenched in their ideologies, emboldened with the ammunition of characterization ...
Located in News / 2006
EDITORIAL: "The Idiots Guide to Gerrymandering," or, "How to Win an Election Without Really Trying."
by John P. Reisman published Oct 17, 2006 last modified Aug 23, 2012 04:11 PM — filed under: , ,
Step One: Set your platform in such a manner as to ensure you get funding from the appropriate mix of special interests. ... Allowing sitting politicians to redistrict their own regions is sort of like storing all the cookies in your kids room and saying "don't eat any, because they are very, very tasty" ...
Located in News / 2006
EDITORIAL: “Does hot air from politicians contribute to global warming?”
by John P. Reisman published Oct 23, 2006 last modified Aug 23, 2012 04:11 PM — filed under: ,
“Yes”. First in the obvious way (by placing special interests above the needs of the people) and second by using characterization and ambiguity that allows wiggle room after they are elected. This is accomplished after taking office, by using “all new” ambiguous explanations of what they REALLY meant during their campaign.
Located in News / 2006