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I have come to the conclusion that politics are too serious a matter to be left to the politicians. DeGaulle
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Marketing ties violent video games to gun companies

Marketing ties violent video games to gun companies | Psycholitics & Psychonomics | Scoop.it
Despite the NRA chief's objections to games like "Grand Theft Auto," gun companies benefit from marketing tie-ins
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New Statesman - While we wring our hands over Syria, there’s silence over torture in Bahrain

New Statesman - While we wring our hands over Syria, there’s silence over torture in Bahrain | Psycholitics & Psychonomics | Scoop.it
The unrest in Bahrain is quietly ignored by our leaders and relegated by journalists to the box marked “news in brief”.

 

'Over the past 18 months, Bahraini security forces, aided by troops from Saudi Arabia, have engaged in a brutal crackdown against the island nation’s own Syria-style uprising. Bahrain is home to the Arab Spring’s forgotten revolution. Since February 2011, there have been near-daily protests against the regime, a repressive Sunni monarchy ruling over a Shia-majority country. These have been met with tear gas, live ammunition, mass arrests and torture. While the fighting in Syria is debated in the corridors of the United Nations building and reported on the front pages of the world’s newspapers, the unrest in Bahrain is quietly ignored by our leaders and relegated by journalists to the box marked “news in brief”.'

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The problem of gun control: the myth of American uniqueness - On Line Opinion - 20/12/2012

The problem of gun control: the myth of American uniqueness - On Line Opinion - 20/12/2012 | Psycholitics & Psychonomics | Scoop.it
The debate on gun control in the United States is a case in point, the flipside of a fictionalised form of American exceptionalism.
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