Caitlin Johnson: Together, The Left And Right Can Kill The Establishment Propaganda Machine

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Caitlin Johnstone

Together, The Left And Right Can Kill The Establishment Propaganda Machine

Reading some of the criticism my fellow leftists have leveled against my article “Lefties Need To Stop Being Shy About Working With The Anti-Establishment Right” you’d think I was saying we should all just abandon social progress and go work on political campaigns for neo-Nazis, but all I’m actually talking about is winning the media war, which I insist is the single best way to bring down America’s unelected power establishment.

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Stephen E. Arnold: Is Social Media Bad for Mental Health?

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Stephen E. Arnold

Social Media and Young People — Mental Health Issues

Some of us elders have been saying it for years, but now research seems to confirm it—social media can be bad for mental health.  The Next Web reports, “Study: Snapchat and Instagram Are the Worst for Young People.” The study is from the UK’s Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH), and the “young people” sampled are 1,479 Brits aged 14-24. An explanatory three-minute video from the RSPH accompanies the article. Writer Rachel Kaser reports:  read full post.

Martin Armstrong: The Unconstitutionality of the Income Tax the Supreme Court Ignores

Corruption, Government
Martin A. Armstrong

The Unconstitutionality of the Income Tax the Supreme Court Ignores

QUESTION: I read that the income tax violates the Fifth Amendment against self-incrimination. It seems logical on the surface, but nobody has gotten away with that that I have ever heard. Would you can to comment of how they got around this issue?

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Anthony Judge: Prefix “Re-cognition” as Prelude to Fixing Sustainability — “Pro” vs “Con” ? Speculative review of missing emphases potentially vital for psychosocial balance

Cultural Intelligence
Anthony Judge

Prefix “Re-cognition” as Prelude to Fixing Sustainability — “Pro” vs “Con”?

Speculative review of missing emphases potentially vital for psychosocial balance

Introduction
Appropriate recognition of both “pro” and “con” implications?
Appropriate implications of “con” variant?
Appropriate implications of “pro” variant?
Unidimensional contrast vs Higher dimensional confluence: Kon vs Con?
References