Is a “Star Trek” future possible? “You can have anything you want at any time, anywhere, on demand”
William Shatner and Tribbles in "Star Trek" (Credit: Paramount Television) “Star Trek” has had the ability to provoke obsession and cultish…
Trump tells dry California ‘there is no drought’ during Fresno speech
Donald Trump has spent primary season traveling the country, pandering to the fears of populace after populace. He’s told the working-class people…
Fargo
Where is pancakes house? Are we square? Are we…
Sweden: Is Islam Compatible With Democracy?
Submitted by Ingrid Carlqvist via The Gatestone Institute, It is not a secret that democracy can be used to abolish democracy . It may have finally…
French kids know how to play: American parents’ obsession with structured playtime is stifling our kids
(Credit: Vanessa Nel via Shutterstock ) As the American mother of a 4-year-old girl, with a French husband, I’ve gotten a chance to see playtime…
Alex White Speaks About the Cost of Corporate Welfare in Rochester
Submitted by AlBrundage on Sat, 2016-05-28 01:22 Alex White spoke on May 26 2016 on Corporate Welfare and what it costs the people of Rochester. …
WARRI, Nigeria (AP) — Residents say militants have blown up strategic gas and crude pipelines belonging to Shell and Agip in the third attack in…
People’s movement and another SFPD murder force Greg Suhr to… — FIRST NATIONS
Originally posted on colouredjustice.wordpress.com: The morning of Thursday, May 19, the tragic news that there had been another victim of police…
Eyes Wide Open: An Adventure Capitalist’s Views on Colombia
We’re developing a new community in the mountains of Colombia where liberty-minded individuals can participate in a safe and engaging lifestyle…
The Speech Obama Should Have Given in Hiroshima
Barack Obama became the first U.S. President to visit Hiroshima on Friday, more than seven decades after the…
Link: The Short Run and the Long Run
It’s about scale. Pick a long enough one (or a short enough one) and you can see the edges. In the short run, there’s never enough…