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by John P. Reisman published Dec 06, 2019 last modified Nov 24, 2020 05:40 PM — filed under: , , ,
The biggest winner is Putin. He is wreaking havoc on a global basis. Putin used Assange to deliver the hacked material Trump asked him to deliver in the 2016 campaign. Putins experience in the KGB is in full flower in his ability to manipulate the political playing field worldwide.
Located in News / 2019
Carolyn Revelle, What My Father Really Said
by John P. Reisman published Mar 14, 2009 last modified Jan 02, 2020 01:29 PM — filed under: , ,
John Coleman, Fred Singer, Richard Lindzen and others have claimed or inferred that Roger Revelle did not promote action on human caused global warming. Nothing could be further from the truth. As always, context is key; Coleman, Singer, Lindzen and others are taking what Roger Revelle meant out of context. Revelle recommended immediate prudent steps to mitigate and delay climatic warming.
Located in Platform / / Context Environment / John Coleman
Centrist America
by John P. Reisman published Jan 16, 2007 last modified Nov 24, 2020 05:59 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
Centrist News - July 4 2019
by John P. Reisman published Jul 31, 2019 last modified Nov 24, 2020 05:41 PM — filed under: , , , , ,
Understanding Sophistry; Trumps Fake Campaign Ads; Cryptocurrency; Unemployment Fake News and US employment data; N. Korea and Trumps interesting change of heart; Foreign influence of the US President.
Located in News / 2019
Centrist News – Sept 28, 2019
by John P. Reisman published Oct 05, 2019 last modified Nov 24, 2020 05:41 PM — filed under: , , , , , ,
Overview and context of Trumps phone call with the president of Ukraine with and related issues to Brexit, Putin, Manafort, etc. Smoking, Vaping and Healthcare. Trump continues to ignore the U.S. Constitution to favor his profits.
Located in News / 2019
Common Sense
by cpadmin published Apr 27, 2007 last modified May 30, 2013 12:30 PM — filed under: , ,
Common sense allows us to view issues in a pragmatic fashion. When any issue is caught up in bias, its capacity for reason is diluted. Many a bill has been compromised to meet the needs of bias rather than the public good. This usually depends on who has the voting power in congress.
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Common Sense - By Thomas Paine
by cpadmin published Feb 11, 2007 last modified Oct 08, 2012 06:37 PM — filed under: ,
Philadelphia, February 14, 1776 Published in 1776, Common Sense challenged the authority of the British government and the royal monarchy. The plain language that Paine used spoke to the common people of America and was the first work to openly ask for independence from Great Britain.
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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 Nov 24, 2020 06:01 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: "We are under attack!" - A Primer on Political Spin
by John P. Reisman published Oct 12, 2006 last modified Nov 24, 2020 06:01 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: “Does hot air from politicians contribute to global warming?”
by John P. Reisman published Oct 23, 2006 last modified Nov 24, 2020 06:00 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