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Jaron Lanier :The Internet destroyed the middle class

March 21, 2014


Kodak employed 140,000 people. Instagram, 13. A digital visionary says the Web kills jobs, wealth — even democracy By: SCOTT TIMBERG Jaron Lanier is a computer science pioneer who has grown gradually disenchanted with the online world since his early days popularizing the idea of virtual reality. “Lanier is often described as ‘visionary,’ ” Jennifer Kahn […]

The All-or-Nothing Marriage

March 1, 2014


By:Eli J. Finkle/For/New York Times ARE marriages today better or worse than they used to be? This vexing question is usually answered in one of two ways. According to the marital decline camp, marriage has weakened: Higher divorce rates reflect a lack of commitment and a decline of moral character that have harmed adults, children […]

Is Governor Christie A Bully? Meet another NJ Mayor

January 11, 2014


On Dec. 24, the New York Times ran an article titled “Stories Add Up As Bully Image Trails Christie.” It began with an anecdote of a New Jersey assemblyman who got a nasty note from Christie after making some relatively innocuous radio comments. The gesture would come to seem genteel compared with the fate suffered by others […]

AMERICA’S RAGE! “American’s Terrorized by its Government ” ” What does it all mean and what you can do”

October 15, 2013

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Americans are being terrorized by its leaders. The GOP shutdown of the government is affecting millions. The Central issue is the Affordable Care Act (ACA) nicked name “ObamaCare” signed into law in 2010.    The Affordable Care Act  is largely based on a successful heath care law in Massachusetts. The Commonwealth Health Insurance Connector Authority health […]

Weiner comes Clean after Dirty

July 24, 2013

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Apologizing in advance. It get worse from here. Who is Carlos Danger? Is he a suave actor on a Spanish soap opera? Uhmmm no its our favorite Mayoral Candidate from New York City…. That’s right New York City.  Anthony ( let me show u somethin I’m proud of ) Weiner. Apparently Weiner couldn’t keep it in […]

2013 Oscars: All About Seth

February 28, 2013

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The Oscars went in a new direction this year in the form of  Seth MacFarlane.  This isn’t first time the show has taken a new direction, however no host for the Oscars has been as controversial. By the numbers the Oscar show is one of  the most watched telecast in the world, it is seen live in over 100 countries.  […]

Hate Speech at the University of Cailfornia, Los Angeles being ignored by the local media?

December 6, 2012

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UCLA’s been battling a growing problem with hate speech on campus. Why won’t local media divulge the dirty details? There is plenty that’s horrible about a racist, sexist act of vandalism at the University of California, Los Angeles. But along with the crime itself, there’s yet another depressing aspect to the story: the way it’s […]

What was Mona Lisa paid?

October 26, 2012

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Picture It.    Sometime between 1503 and 1506  Leonardo da Vinci  proudly walked up to a woman and said, I’d like to paint you .   Nothing dramatic, no promises of a press tour or a record deal.   Just ,I’d like to paint you. That’s what happen to me… It was the summer of […]

Why Apple Doesn’t Build Products in the U.S.

June 2, 2012

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People in the automobile industry are buzzing over that New York Timesarticle about Apple, which gave a detailed look at why it builds its products in China. Attracting manufacturing is a huge topic in the Midwest, where Michigan, Wisconsin, Ohio, Indiana and other states are doing everything they can think of to land investments. Dustin Dwyer at our Changing Gears public media […]

Summer Wedding Crisis: What To Do When Your Ex Attends

May 24, 2012

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Therapist Rachel Sussman has 8 tips on how to handle the situation at a wedding.   Wedding season is coming up. If you and your ex were very good friends with any of the brides in your life, there’s a chance that you’ll bump into him. Here are some of Rachel’s expert tips for avoiding […]


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