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Santas Around the World

Santas Around the World | DidYouCheckFirst | Scoop.it
This story map was created with the Esri Map Tour application in ArcGIS Online.

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Vivica Juarez's comment, January 13, 8:10 PM
This was definitely an interesting reading. I believe @Spencer Levesque had a very good point. They all have similar features, but are different in little ways. And who would of thought someone came on New Years too?
Kate Loy's curator insight, January 13, 10:23 PM

I find it very interesting on how other countries precieve Santa Claus. The history on him, what he looks like, how he gets around, and what they call him. Each country perceives him differently, depending on their culture and history. His clothes, age, language, and personality.

Kate Loy's curator insight, January 13, 10:28 PM

I find it very interesting on how other countries perceive Santa Claus. The history on him, what he looks like, how he gets around, and what they call him. Each country precieves him differently, depending on their culture and history. His clothes, age, language, and personality.

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Why Be a Patriot? Why Prefer Our Fellow Americans? - Ricochet

Why Be a Patriot? Why Prefer Our Fellow Americans? - Ricochet | DidYouCheckFirst | Scoop.it
In response to my most recent post, Peter Robinson poses a fundamental question: Why should the government of the United States prefer the welfare of those who are citizens of this country to those who are not? To begin to answer Peter’s question, one must ask what a political community is and what it is for. In addressing this question, Thomas…
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A prime example of why I find it so challenging to find common philosophical ground with conservative doctrine. It is inward looking, selfish, and paranoid, and that just isn't how I see the world and the people in it. Are there bad people in the world? Yes, of course there are, but how does hiding behind a "citadel" do anything to change that? 

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Evaluating Ebola as a Biological Weapon

Evaluating Ebola as a Biological Weapon | DidYouCheckFirst | Scoop.it
Although the media has speculated that terrorist groups might try to use the Ebola virus as a weapon, the disease is a poor agent for a biological attack.
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An important read, especially if you're concerned that some terrorist organization is trying to weaponize Ebola. Spoiler alert. You can stop worrying.

 

And, you should stop listening to mainstream media. Their business model relies on turning absolutely everything into fear, uncertainty, doubt. It's called FUD. Those of us who've spent a career in sales and marketing are intimately familiar with the concept of FUD. It's a damn shame that newsrooms are now beholden to my profession and the people on the business side; i.e., to the people in media companies selling advertising.

 

The breakdown of the wall between "church and state" in media is one of the most damaging things ever to occur in our democracy because it turns us into scared and misinformed sheep.

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Time to Rethink the War on Terror

Time to Rethink the War on Terror | DidYouCheckFirst | Scoop.it
(Thom plus logo) When Eric Holder eventually steps down as Attorney General, he will leave behind a complicated legacy, some of it tragic, like his decision not to prosecute Wall Street after the financial crisis, and his all-out war on whistleblowers like Edward Snowden.
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It's never been "a war." We were sold a bill of goods that played on our fears, bigotry, and xenophobia. 9/11 was a crime. A terrible, heinous crime, but a crime, nonetheless. We and future generations will pay the price for our playing directly into the hands of the criminals by allowing ourselves to become terrorized, and for not behaving the way a civilized and mature country who stands on its principles of the rule of law should behave.

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Baby boomers ruined America: Why blaming millennials is misguided — and annoying

Baby boomers ruined America: Why blaming millennials is misguided — and annoying | DidYouCheckFirst | Scoop.it
It may be fun to bash today's youth -- but here's where the awful job economy and ailing planet actually came from
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We Baby Boomers have been the ones in charge for a generation. To deny that we're the ones who effed things up royally is not only disingenuous, it's a lie and the epitomy of immaturity. I was taught growing up to admit my mistakes and to apologize when I was wrong. Too few of my generation are willing to do that with our kids. For what it's worth, I admit we failed you, and for that, I am sorry.

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I lost my dad to Fox News: How a generation was captured by thrashing hysteria

I lost my dad to Fox News: How a generation was captured by thrashing hysteria | DidYouCheckFirst | Scoop.it
Old white people are drowning in despair and rage. Here's how my father lost his mind -- thanks to his cable diet
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I felt like I was reading words I could have written; not so much about my own father who died almost 26 years ago but, sadly, of some of my contemporaries who now fit the Fox Profile in more ways than just gender, race, and age.

 

All hope is not lost. Not by a long shot.

 

First, I have total faith and confidence that my children and their generation will not be the scared and uninformed fuck-ups we Baby Boomers have become. We have the set example for them starting with the early 80s for how NOT to run a government, an economy or, with rare exceptions along the way, a civil society.

 

There's also this. It's how the article concludes. It sums up nicely where my hope rests when it comes to the rest of us.

 

"I, and people like me, have managed to break the cycle of conservative red-and race-baiting. I’ve noticed similar attitude shifts among some of my close friends, who have likewise drifted from the televised rage of our fathers. I only wish I could do something to ease the anxiety of those I love, an emotion that is a cash cow for exploitative right-wing commentators. But I have no real solution, other than to turn off the television. Sadly, for some of the nation’s elderly, they seem to have no desire whatsoever to rethink the politics of fear and Fox News. It’s a criminal waste of retirement."

- Edwin Lyngar, self-professed "libertarian and frequent Republican voter" and one-time fan of Fox News

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Idle No More: Why We Don’t Celebrate Christopher Columbus

Idle No More: Why We Don’t Celebrate Christopher Columbus | DidYouCheckFirst | Scoop.it
We don’t celebrate Columbus Day in this house, and we never will. It’s not that we don’t enjoy holidays when they come around. We love holidays around here as much as anyone, but there are some hol...
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"How many of you know that before Christopher Columbus and his brother, Bartholomew, left to return to Europe in 1496, that they agreed to murder 1.1 million people because they were angry they hadn’t been able to humiliate the Taino into being subservient animals?


"How many of you know that on Columbus’s second trip to San Salvador, that he and his crew enslaved thousands of indigenous peoples and exported them to countries such as France and Spain to be treated as beasts of burden? Did you know that those who weren’t shipped back as product were kept for the sexual gratification of Columbus and his crew?

 

"Let’s not go down the road of believing that Columbus deserves a day of recognition because of his nautical genius. The man was lost at sea and history proves that his crew were ready to mutiny when they accidentally found land ho!"

 

By Elyse Bruce, www.elysebruce.wordpress.com
October 6th, 2014

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Common Cause – Voter Protection 2014

Common Cause – Voter Protection 2014 | DidYouCheckFirst | Scoop.it

The 2014 mid-term election is upon us this November 4th. Common Cause will be working with partner organizations, including the Lawyers' Committee's Election Protection, to ensure that voters across the country can fairly and freely access the ballot box.

Join our election protection team!

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"Over the past several years, we have seen a disturbing increase in the number and scope of attempts to suppress the votes of tens of thousands of American citizens. Some of these are attempts to deceive or intimidate voters with misinformation conveyed through robocalls or fliers. Many more of these attempts occur at the polls on Election Day, with people and groups using scare tactics and fueling misinformation, and challenging voters at the polls - sometimes illegally. "

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Can Liberalism Be Saved From Itself? : Sam Harris

Can Liberalism Be Saved From Itself? : Sam Harris | DidYouCheckFirst | Scoop.it
Sam Harris, neuroscientist and author of the New York Times bestsellers, The End of Faith, Letter to a Christian Nation, and The Moral Landscape.
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Why the Climate Movement Cannot Ignore Trade ← Flush the TPP!

Why the Climate Movement Cannot Ignore Trade ← Flush the TPP! | DidYouCheckFirst | Scoop.it
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Of course it does.

 

"The health of our planet depends on our ability to make big changes in our economy. These changes include moving beyond fossil fuels and building local green economies. However, our current model of free trade, which is written into agreements of the World Trade Organization (WTO) and free trade pacts like the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), threatens nearly every aspect of this much-needed economic transition."


The connection between climate, environment, and economics is obvious.


It also might feel like it's too big to change, but it's not.


There's a lot each of us can do, and it doesn't require unplugging from society or the rest of the world.


For more information and resources related to the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) and the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP), visit http://didyoucheckfirst.wordpress.com/tppttip-resources/


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On CNN, Reza Aslan Explains How The Media Is Failing In Its Reporting On Islam

On CNN, Reza Aslan Explains How The Media Is Failing In Its Reporting On Islam | DidYouCheckFirst | Scoop.it
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Do you agree with Bill Maher or Reza Aslan? It's important to not paint everyone with the same brush, and the CNN reporters in this piece make me think, "auditioning for Fox."

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Why Democrats Can’t Win the House

Why Democrats Can’t Win the House | DidYouCheckFirst | Scoop.it
Thanks to demographics, the Republicans have a virtual stranglehold on the House of Representatives.
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"If Democratic losses in that part of the country <the South> are irreversible, Democrats might be forced to wait for demographic and generational change to spread beyond urban centers and suburbs, giving the party a chance to build a more decisive majority. Until that happens, the long-anticipated Democratic majority has little chance of enacting the most ambitious elements of its agenda." - Nate Cohen


Rural Americans who are outside the 2% seem to insist on voting for Republicans and against their own self-interests. When they come to their senses and stop doing that, this country will progress and improve.

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Last Week Tonight with John Oliver: Net Neutrality (HBO) - YouTube

Cable companies are trying to create an unequal playing field for internet speeds, but they're doing it so boringly that most news outlets aren't covering it...
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STOP!!!!!!

Stop right now!!!

Don't do another thing until you watch this video.

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Monica S Mcfeeters's curator insight, September 13, 5:10 PM

OK! YOU HAVE TO WATCH THIS ! IT IS TOO FUNNY AND ALL TOO TRUE AT THE SAME TIME! 

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Sleepwalking Toward Armageddon : Sam Harris

Sleepwalking Toward Armageddon : Sam Harris | DidYouCheckFirst | Scoop.it
Sam Harris, neuroscientist and author of the New York Times bestsellers, The End of Faith, Letter to a Christian Nation, and The Moral Landscape.
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I find myself agreeing with Sam Harris once again. We refuse to have an honest discussion in this country about religion. Until we do, we probably shouldn't expect much to change in our domestic or foreign policies.

 

"...it is this misguided respect for revelation that explains why, in response to the starkest conceivable expression of religious fanaticism, President Obama has responded with euphemisms—and missiles. This may be the best we can hope for, given the state of our discourse about religion. Perhaps one day we will do “everything that we can to protect our people and the timeless values that we stand for.” But today, we won’t even honestly describe the motivations of our enemies. And in the act of lying to ourselves, we continue to pay lip service to the very delusions that empower them." - Sam Harris

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My disappointments with Cenk Uygur's interview with Sam Harris

My disappointments with Cenk Uygur's interview with Sam Harris | DidYouCheckFirst | Scoop.it

I’ve watched all 3 hours of Cenk Uygur’s “interview” of Harris. Twice. It’s definitely worth watching at least once if you haven’t yet.

I went into this as a big fan of both men. That, unfortunately, has changed somewhat. Here’s why.

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All in all, I still believe Cenk to be a bright individual and a better journalist than he demonstrated in this interview.

 

What I’m also convinced of is that Harris has been misunderstood and intentionally misrepresented. Far too many people, it seems, have latched onto those misrepresentations. While this 3-hour interview should convince the viewer of the same, I strongly encourage the reader to first read Harris’s books and his blogs before taking the words of his detractors as “gospel” for what Harris actually means by his own words.

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States Ease Interest Rate Laws That Protected Poor Borrowers

States Ease Interest Rate Laws That Protected Poor Borrowers | DidYouCheckFirst | Scoop.it
Lawmakers in several states have voted to increase the fees or the interest rates that lenders can charge on personal loans used by millions of poor or financially struggling borrowers.
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We're taken for suckers everyday by this kind of bullshit. I believe that there's an awakening happening among the 98%, and I believe we're capable of changing our country for the better.

 

"The lenders argued that interest rate caps had not kept pace with the increased costs of doing business, including running branches and hiring employees. Unless they can make an acceptable profit, the industry says, lenders will not be able to offer loans allowing people with damaged credit to pay for car repairs or medical bills.

 

"But a recent regulatory filing by one of the nation’s largest subprime consumer lenders, Citigroup’s OneMain Financial unit, shows that making personal loans to people on the financial margins can be a highly profitable business — even before state lending laws were changed. Last year, OneMain’s profit increased 31 percent from 2012.

 

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"Under the previous law, lenders could charge 30 percent interest on loans up to $1,000 and 18 percent on a remaining balance of $6,500. The new law allows for rates of up to 30 percent on the first $4,000 of a loan and 24 percent on the next $4,000.

 

"North Carolina lawmakers, meanwhile, collected hundreds of thousands of dollars in campaign donations from the consumer finance industry. Speaker Thom Tillis, who supported the bill in the House, was one of the biggest beneficiaries. Mr. Tillis, a Republican who is running for United States Senate, has received more money from the American Financial Services Association than any other Senate candidate, according to OpenSecrets.org.

 

"Mr. Tillis’s campaign manager, Jordan Shaw, said the donations did not sway his voting record. “He wanted to make sure that people still have these loans as an option,” Mr. Shaw said."

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The New Challenge to Market Democracies: The Political and Social Costs of Economic Stagnation

The New Challenge to Market Democracies: The Political and Social Costs of Economic Stagnation | DidYouCheckFirst | Scoop.it
William Galston explores the difficulties market democracies face in an era of diminished growth and a weakened middle class. Galston argues that if the West fails to address economic stagnation, other domestic and foreign policy issues will prove intractable. Economic stagnation means a continuation of gridlocked, zero-sum politics and represents a threat to democratic institutions, he writes.
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This treatise on our democracy is an absolute must-read for everyone. Below is the spoiler, but don't miss the opportunity to read and contemplate everything Galston has to say.

 

"In modern circumstances, then, economic growth is more than a material goal; it is a moral enterprise as well. Because I cannot improve on the economist Benjamin Friedman’s formulation of this proposition, I conclude by quoting a passage that summarizes his magisterial book, The Moral Consequences of Economic Growth.


“The value of a rising standard of living lies not just in the concrete improvements it brings to how individuals live but in how it shapes the social, political and, ultimately, the moral character of a people. Economic growth—meaning a rising standard of living for the clear majority of citizens—more often than not fosters greater opportunity, tolerance of diversity, social mobility, commitment to fairness, and dedication to democracy. . . . Even societies that have already made great advances in these very dimensions, for example, most of today’s Western democracies, are more likely to make still further progress when their living standards rise. But when living standards stagnate or decline, most societies make little or more progress toward any of these goals, and in all too many instances they plainly retrogress.”

 

"That is why, as Friedman insists, the central question the United States now faces is whether the next generation will again achieve broadly shared prosperity or rather experience the stagnation of living standards. Broad prosperity is both the oil that lubricates the machinery of government and the glue that binds our society together. Economic stagnation means a continuation of gridlocked, zero-sum politics and a turn away from the spirit of generosity that only a people confident of its future can sustain.

 

"At long last, our leaders must turn away from peripheral squabbles and attend to the one issue that more than any other will define our country’s prospects. The stakes could not be higher, and we have waited long enough."

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Best of the Left Podcast

Best of the Left Podcast | DidYouCheckFirst | Scoop.it

Chris Matthews auditions for Fox News. 

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I don't get my news from tv and that includes MSNBC. Independent and non-commercial outlets are the last bastions of real investigative journalism.

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On the Mechanics of Defamation : Sam Harris

On the Mechanics of Defamation : Sam Harris | DidYouCheckFirst | Scoop.it
Sam Harris, neuroscientist and author of the New York Times bestsellers, The End of Faith, Letter to a Christian Nation, and The Moral Landscape.
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Reza Aslan (@rezaaslan) and Glenn Greenwald (@ggreenwald) are two people that I've read and respected in the past. No longer, and not until they issue a public apology to Sam Harris (@SamHarrisOrg) for knowingly defaming him.

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Columbus and the Lens of History | HowardZinn.org

Columbus and the Lens of History | HowardZinn.org | DidYouCheckFirst | Scoop.it
For Columbus Day, we feature an excerpt from Chapter One of A People’s History of the United States. Howard Zinn describes why he tells the story of Columbus’s arrival “from the viewpoint of the Arawaks” and “the inevitable... Read More
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"To emphasize the heroism of Columbus and his successors as navigators and discoverers, and to deemphasize their genocide, is not a technical necessity but an ideological choice. It serves—unwittingly—to justify what was done. My point is not that we must, in telling history, accuse, judge, condemn Columbus in absentia. It is too late for that; it would be a useless scholarly exercise in morality. But the easy acceptance of atrocities as a deplorable but necessary price to pay for progress (Hiroshima and Vietnam, to save Western civilization; Kronstadt and Hungary, to save socialism; nuclear proliferation, to save us all)—that is still with us."

Chapter One of A People’s History of the United States, by Howard Zinn

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#Independents, #Democrats, and Rational #Republicans: You control November and the Senate

#Independents, #Democrats, and Rational #Republicans: You control November and the Senate | DidYouCheckFirst | Scoop.it
Left-leaning Independents and Democrats, if you stay home this November, a Republican Senate will basically be on you. Republicans can be ousted, but only if you show up and vote against them. You ...
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It’s on all of us in the middle class to save America from the disastrous ideals and policies of GOP conservatism.

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Ben Affleck Slams Bill Maher’s Anti-Muslim Sentiment As ‘Gross’ And ‘Racist’

Ben Affleck Slams Bill Maher’s  Anti-Muslim Sentiment As ‘Gross’ And ‘Racist’ | DidYouCheckFirst | Scoop.it
Hollywood actor Ben Affleck's response to anti-Muslim sentiment? "What is your solution? To condemn Islam? To do what? We’ve killed more Muslims than they’ve killed us by an awful lot."
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In my opinion and with the caveat of having watched this video only twice, Esther Yu-Hsi Lee looks to me to be cherry picking phrases, reframing the discussion, and trying to create a conclusion that is disingenuous and which simply doesn't exist in this exchange.

 

In other words, her piece is about titillation and sensationalism, not journalism.

 

She ignores the facts as presented by Sam Harris. She refuses to acknowledge that Affleck repeatedly talks over others, and that he over-simplifies everything by accusing Maher and Harris of being racists when race clearly has nothing to do with it. the worst example of journalistic integrity on display is Ms. Lee's decision to quote snipets of the conversation without providing any meaningful context and then refusing to print the responses to them.

 

Criticizing the actions of religious zealots while connecting those actions to the religious doctrine and dogma that inspires and informs those actions is not Islamophobia, just as it's not Antisemitic to criticize Israel's policy toward Palestine rooted at least in part to a religious notion of a "holy land", or Anti-Christian to criticize the Westboro Baptists or abortion clinic bombers for their religious belief that their god is punishing us for the sins of non-believers and so it is their divinely inspired duty to mete out religious judgments and justice.

 

What cannot be denied in all of this is the role religion plays in all of them.

Ms. Lee's article ignores all of this. It is, imho, a prime example of what journalism is not, and it tempts me to begin ignoring Think Progress altogether if this is their idea of journalistic standards.


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A Cop Killing And A Beheading: How Fox News Picks And Chooses Its "Terrorism" Targets

A Cop Killing And A Beheading: How Fox News Picks And Chooses Its "Terrorism" Targets | DidYouCheckFirst | Scoop.it
"In other words, on Fox News a Muslim who killed a co-worker in Oklahoma and who remains in police custody represents a much bigger story than a suspected anti-government assassin who killed a cop and remains on the run, eluding hundreds of law enforcement officials while terrorizing a Pennsylvania community."
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Fox is not news. It's propaganda, plain and simple.
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Republicans are the real moochers and takers. Check that. It's duped citizens who think they're Republicans.

Republicans are the real moochers and takers. Check that. It's duped citizens who think they're Republicans. | DidYouCheckFirst | Scoop.it
One of the most hilarious talking points coming from far-right Republicans and the Tea Party is that when “red states” like Mississippi, Alabama and Louisiana are asked to bail out California or Ma...
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Weak labor = lower pay = lower living standards for everyone = weak economy (except for the rich) = lower levels of local and state tax revenues = rest of us subsidizing poor red states

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William Boyer's curator insight, September 28, 1:05 PM

GOP slight of hand in action again..

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Why is American internet so slow?

Why is American internet so slow? | DidYouCheckFirst | Scoop.it
The country that literally invented the internet is now behind Estonia in terms of download speeds
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"The idea of a regulated market being more conducive to competition may be alien to free market ideologues, but telecoms and internet is a real world example of deregulation leading to monopolization instead of competition in lots of markets."

- John Aziz, The Week


Too much deregulation and crony capitalism is on bold display in the telecommunications industry.

 

When any president, but especially a Democratic president, makes an industry lobbyist the chairman of the FCC, we have been betrayed and we must speak up.

 

Make your concerns known to the FCC.

http://www.fcc.gov/comments


Other online places with great info and more links:

 

Freepress.net's SaveTheInternet

http://www.savetheinternet.com/what-can-i-do

 

ACLU

https://www.aclu.org/net-neutrality

 

 

(Below is the text I submitted to the FCC. Feel free to copy, change, and paste as you see fit.)

 

I'm certain you're aware that we have fallen behind as a country when it comes to Internet speeds because of the lack of competition. (See http://www.netindex.com/download/allcountries/)

 

That has happened by all accounts because of a lack of competition.

 

To allow fewer and fewer ISPs to control markets and to hold all of us hostage - whether it's activists, news outlets, content providers, or consumers - to the pricing whims of monopolies is going to hurt everyone except for the large ISPs like Comcast, TW, AT&T, and Verizon.

 

Please do the right thing.

 

Please enforce strong net neutrality rules, and please consider taking former FCC commissioner Michael Copps's recommendation to re-regulate ISPs as Title II common carriers.

 

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Civility is for suckers: Campus hypocrisy and the “polite behavior” lie

Civility is for suckers: Campus hypocrisy and the “polite behavior” lie | DidYouCheckFirst | Scoop.it
When campus administrators hide behind the fig-leaf of "community," they're usually protecting a powerful agenda
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"Now, who gets to determine what “civil” behavior and speech is, and what is not?  Even as administrators espouse the value of “community” it is clear that the final arbiters of civility are they themselves.  And this is what makes signing on to civility something one should think twice about—civility is in the eye of the powerful." - David Palumbo-Liu, Louise Hewlett Nixon Professor at Stanford University

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