Monthly Archives: June 2010

Mainstream Media: Where’s the Analysis?

Why is mainstream media so often exemplified by a “he-said, she-said” method of reporting? When it comes to any given issue, it is true there are different perspectives. But not all perspectives are legitimate, and not all deserve an equal … Continue reading

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Latin America’s True Leaders

Oliver Stone: “Rafael Correa is now being cast as one of the ‘bad left’.” [President of Ecuador] Rafael Correa: “…knowing the North American media, I would be more worried if they spoke well of me.” It is a personal rule … Continue reading

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I Declare War on North America Media

For too long I put up with your lies. For too long I respected you as purveyors of truth. I allowed you to pollute and infest my rational mind with government and business propaganda. Now that I understand how the … Continue reading

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Perception and Reality

It never ceases to amaze me how people allow themselves to be defined by group loyalty, and will cling to such allegiances even when such groups commit unconscionable acts. Following the Israel-Palestine conflict has been a personal interest of mineĀ  … Continue reading

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Things I wish I’d learned earlier..

1. Truth is too complex to fully be grasped by the human mind and its creations. But it is instead something we get a clearer picture of with experience. 2. Truth is best ascertained from a composite of multiple sources … Continue reading

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