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Citizen Journalism in Guatemala

August 7th, 2011 · 1 Comment

Help Young Guatemalans Cover Their Elections from Nadia Sussman on Vimeo. Are you tired of the Murdoch, News of the World Stories? Are you one of those folks that says that the media just isn’t covering the news that needs to be told – the stories from people who have no voice, no fancy equipment […]

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Debt Is Like A First Date….

July 31st, 2011 · 3 Comments

In 48 hours, some zany folks got together and produced an entire magazine and podcast from start to finish. The subject – DEBT. They took a sour subject and turned it into a bright little nugget of inspiration. What they got were stories from contributors all over the world, and radio segments from people strolling […]

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Minority Babies the Majority in 2010

March 14th, 2010 · No Comments

Associated Press recently reported for MSNBC that, although white-skinned Americans make up 2/3rds of the US population, there will be more minority babies born in 2010 than white-skinned babies. This is partially due to the rise in the Hispanic population and the decision many white-skinned women are making to wait to have children. Catch the […]

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Women Breaking Ground in Middle East Governments

January 17th, 2010 · 2 Comments

Let’s face it – aside from some slight gains in security in Iraq – there wasn’t much good news in the news in the middle east in 2009. But let’s not forget that media will always show you the scary stuff (and as they sometimes should). However, here are 2 interesting happenings that UK’s Telegraph […]

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The “Spectacular Spector” and his Historic Turn

September 24th, 2009 · 8 Comments

I don’t follow politics as much as I should, so when trying to wrap my head around it I often relate it to things I have a much better understanding of. Here’s my interpretation of Senator Arlen Spector’s defection from Republican to Democrat:  It was quite a scene the other night as the Senate met […]

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Tags: Author - Nothingjerk · Entertainment · Plain Strange · Random

Goldman Sachs/Burger King and YOU Taking Back Control

May 13th, 2009 · 1 Comment

Goldman Sachs – which owns Burger King – used part of their bailot money to pay their employees some of the highest bonuses in the industry. If they’d shared their bailot money with their Burger King workers they could have given every employee in America an extra $18,000. This is kind of old news by […]

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More Train Ads, and the New Argument for the Return of Graffitti

March 25th, 2009 · 6 Comments

Anti-Advertising Agency.com wants you to understand this – “New York City is a READ-ONLY City” “You’re free to read advertising, business signs, and city signs. But dare you write or hang anything of your own; you will be labeled as a criminal – a graffiti vandal….If you happen to have several thousand dollars, you might […]

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Defaulting on Your Dollhouse: NPR helps Us Understand the Mortgage Crisis

March 7th, 2009 · 3 Comments

Here’s one good thing about the mortgage crisis – we all had to admit we know nothing about finance. Here’s one bad thing about the mortgage crisis – it freakin’ sucks. More on NPR’s radio show-

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Bush relaxes Wild-life Restrictions, and Old Subway Cars Get New Life

November 24th, 2008 · 1 Comment

Just to keep you all informed, President Bush and his administration are finally getting to work and doing stuff. Unfortunately, most people may think it’s bad stuff. (I think the “time out corner” should replace the oval office, right Supernanny?!). President Bush wants to relax building regulations which require sign-off from wild-life biologists before major […]

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