All it would take is a simple federal law stating that a media corporation could not be a subsidiary of another corporation. That would prevent media outlets from having too much collective power. Too much power, of course means configuring public sentiment to their liking, determine the outcomes of elections and helping others rig their markets…. in keeping with various symbiotic relationships they have with others. Continue reading
Never trust a politician, broadcaster, or billionaire.
Suppose you plant a garden on a clear patch of soil.
Then, you plant seeds and flowers grow.
Then, your mind gets occupied with life’s issues.
Finally…. you check on your wonderful garden and discover it has become overgrown with weeds. Continue reading
I began using technology during the 80s before the internet evolved. I wasn’t the first guy to get on the internet. Statistically, I was pretty early. The internet early on was a picture of good will. Companies like AOL sprung up. At first very few women were online but they came along. Conversation was open and vibrant. In the beginning, the internet served as a great equalizer. Information freely flowed from person to person. Ordinary people were in charge. A search engine was a search engine and truly performed the function search engines were expected to perform. Continue reading
Popular thought is that you write your congressmen and beg for representation. This is as if you actually have any representation. That is fantasy. The reality is that your elected representatives are in office to pursue their own goals and aspirations. You as a voter are just their to facilitate what they do – which is entirely unrelated to what voters want and expect. For that approach, you might get a polite response to the effect that the lawmaker feels your pain or something.
The right way to write an elected representative is to explain how the problem you discuss can effect him personally and get him removed from office. Below is the text of a snail mail letter that just today, I sent to Senator Ted Cruz of Texas – our professed conservative. Feel free to draw ideas from my letter. Continue reading
The fact that the knowledge and possession of alien spacecraft can be kept from presidents, congress and the general public means something big. What it means is that there really is a small consortium of human beings who have power and prominence over those at the highest levels of government – and the public , of course.
Congress , or any others with a high level of authority , are not outraged. What does that mean? It means the entity, possessing the alien spacecraft , has predominance over those who are assumed to be the most powerful among us. Continue reading