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A Day in the Life of MSNBC In which is recorded in a timeling log format the subjects discussed on MSNBC over a 12 hour period last Friday. With a summary. ...

Broken News Anchors What is so disappointing about "Cable News" are the people delivering "The News That Ain't News". What rates as "news" is not news as it used to be known -- informing viewers about a wide range of things happening across the country and the world. News now ranges from speculative-ism, to tabloid-ism, to angry, hateful, rant-ism. ...

Capitalism vs. Socialism On November 3, 2017, C-SPAN televised the debate, "Capitalism and Socialism," held at Cooper Union Great Hall in New York City, with Nick Gillespie of reason.com, and Katherine Mangu-Ward of Reason Magazine, as the "Capitalists," and Bhaskar Sunkara of Jacobin Magazine, and Vivek Chibber of New York University, as the "Socialists." This is a response to it - though mostly a critique of "Capitalism." ...

Breaking Bad News Ever watch a full day of Cable News? I.e. MSNBC, FOX NEWS or CNN? They are all about "Breaking News", and over the past few years, they have broken the news. And badly so. ...

Survival of the Fittest The phrase, "survival of the fittest," does not mean - as many despots have claimed - the "physically fittest". It means the "environmentally fittest". Here is a story to explain. ...

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