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The Cold War of Fake News

The Cold War of Fake News

Russia: Still typecast as the anti-U.S. bogey man As Wikileaks churned out emails over the last year from Hillary Clinton’s private server, the Democratic National Committee, and John Podesta’s personal Gmail, attempts [Read On…]
The Media Created Trump and His Voters

The Media Created Trump and His Voters

Liberals ensured that he would win. I called it for Trump months ago — they said I was wrong. Like Hillary’s foreign policy of pouring bombs over burning countries, she attempted to [Read On…]
We’ve Been Trumped

We’ve Been Trumped

Mike Daisey deals the Trump card to lift the curse of the white liberal. This review of The Trump Card, performed last Sunday at Newmark Theatre, attempts to build a narrative concerning [Read On…]
Birds Eating Birds

Birds Eating Birds

Death as Concept, Death as Survival, Death as Distant Reality. The first time I became aware of the concept of death was from the tag on a hair dryer. “Warn children about [Read On…]
Vote for Whoever the F%k You Want To.

Vote for Whoever the F%k You Want To.

It’s time to change the system at the root. Seems like this election year, the people are more obsessed than ever with their presidential candidate. More than that, the tone is panic, induced [Read On…]
Out for an Evening Scroll

Out for an Evening Scroll

Where there is a place to go online there is a place online to go. Google is its usual flat rainbow of primary colors today. No holiday, no inventor’s birthday. I go to [Read On…]
I Want to Make Media that Matters

I Want to Make Media that Matters

19 years of social media usage from one elder Millennial At the age of 15, I was desperate for a means of connection beyond the subdivision inside suburban north Tucson. This was [Read On…]
The People of Vanport and the City Lost

The People of Vanport and the City Lost

No Longer a Lost History: The City of Vanport is Revived in the Inaugural Vanport Mosaic Festival. Sixty-eight years ago yesterday on May 30th, 1948, the Columbia River spilled over a dike [Read On…]