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The Real Jobless Data

May 4, 2014
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participationrate

Dietrich Schmitz in Google Plus raised the issue of the continuing decline in labor participation rates in the US. He said US media were ignoring the issue and that it is serious – since 2000, 27 million Americans have left the Labour Force. In fact, one just begins to see signs that the media is starting to cover the issue. The NYTimes, in the announcement…

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Stains on Democracy: A Dysfunctional GOP

April 1, 2014
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Stains on Democracy: A Dysfunctional GOP

Here is the essential problem in America – the GOP has chosen to become nearly totally dysfunctional  and deceitful. On deceit, GOPers know they can say with confidence that Democrats shade the truth and outright lie too. All they have to do is say “Benghazi”…

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Stains on Democracy: Worst Supreme Court Decision of Past 30 Years

March 30, 2014
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Koch Brother: major beneficiaries of Citizens United

Over and over Average Joes say Freedom of Speech should be supreme and unquestioned in the US Democracy. But the problem of treating corporations and groups asequivalent to individuals is that a very few get to a)marshal the resources of the group or organization to…

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Scene on Google+ – Why Jobs Are Problem One

March 19, 2014
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softwarejournalists

These are some of the data about the acceptance of article written by robot journalists. The gist of the paper is that Robot Journalists provide more trustworthy, reliable and provoked…

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China Supports North Korean Domestic Atrocities

February 18, 2014
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NKOREA-SKOREA-MISSILE-FILES

Why China continues to support North Korea and its crimes against its own people. Chinese officials on Tuesday despite being criticized a United Nations report [this is a must read] that…

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Seen on Google + – More Political Irony

February 17, 2014
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larrys

This Monday there was a classic Larry Summers story. It started with an editorial in the Washington Post calling for tax reforms that would redress a fraction of the income…

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Seen on Google+ – Political Irony

January 26, 2014
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Koch Brothers

NYTimes today has a story that underlines the pernicious consequences of the Supreme Court’s Citizen United decision  to allow corporations to have unlimited “Freedom  of Speech” . This was done…

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Google+ Postings: GOP Cognitive Dissonance

December 20, 2013
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gop4

Seen on Google+ is first the image and then the comment: This is the underlying Cognitive Dissonance of the GOP. They are schizo and they know it. First, incurring huge…

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At Last, Major Media Catch-up to the Windows 8 Convertible Advantage

December 12, 2013
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Lenovo Convertible

Now this reviewer does not like to gloat but it is always a nice to see how far ahead of the Major Media Pack one can be. First the NYTimes…

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Apple Good News Bad News

December 10, 2013
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1applebadnews

The Good news for Apple is very Good indeed. Apple has a deal with China Mobile for selling Apple iPhones.Given that China Mobile has huge market share this should significantly…

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NYTimes Magazine Makes A Scene, Literally

November 30, 2013
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nytmag

NYTimes Magazine online edition has been the subject of lavish praise from this reviewer of late[see the fulsome accolades for NYTimes Magazine story on a Philippines outpost against the Chinese…

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Elegy on Apple and Macs

November 28, 2013
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1mac2

Why I’ve all but given up on Apple and MacOS. As a photographer and graphic artist, these are words I never thought I would write. After more than two decades…

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NYTimes Defines the Web Magazine

October 25, 2013
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1nytmag

NYTimes is in the process of defining the Magazine format for the Web. Yes, Newsweek and others [please add your favorites in the comments below] have done some superb full-page,…

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Protest Against NSA Surveillance

October 23, 2013
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Protest Against NSA Surveillance

Click on the poster to get more information on the protest The terms of NSA Surveillance are way too broad Ally governments like Mexico, France, japan, etc are now subject…

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Windows 8.1: Good Strategy But Flawed Execution

October 18, 2013
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win81

Windows 8.1 is here and this is what Windows 8.0 should have been. Like its lead in tablets and mobile phones in the the late 1990′s and 2000′s, Microsoft may…

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