June 29, 2022

The Human Mania for Roadbuilding Is a Threat to the Great Apex Predator Species

Tigers and leopards are among the 10 apex predators most threatened by the world’s roads. By Jeffrey Dunnink / Independent Media Institute Designed for speed and efficiency, roadways across the globe are effectively killing wildlife whose futures are intrinsically linked to the future of the planet: apex predators, those species including big cats like tigers […]

YMMV

By Paul McGowan From PS Audio Car companies make great claims with respect to gas mileage and then they add a little disclaimer. Your Mileage May Vary. Isn’t it the truth? No matter what we or any other manufacturer might claim for what you should expect, your mileage will vary. The question is, how much? Fortunately, as […]

Jeremy Corbyn: It’s not enough to resist—We have to build, too

By Jeremy Corbyn / Globetrotter In April, the UN’s climate scientists warned it’s “now or never” to limit global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius above preindustrial levels. You can almost hear them screaming at their keyboards, desperate for governments to actually do something, when they outline the need for “rapid, deep and immediate” cuts in CO2 emissions. […]

Barack Obama: Friend or enemy to freedom to the World? Martin

By Melissa Martin Barack Obama: Friend or enemy to freedom to the World?  I voted for Barack Obama. And celebrated the historic event of a Black man becoming President of the United States of America. Although Obama is biracial with his biological mother being White and his biological father being a Black African, he identifies […]

Addressing the Gender Gap: Inspiring Women in ICT?

Women continue to be severely underrepresented in three quarters of the world’s “jobs of tomorrow”- according to the 2021 Global Gender Gap Report from the World Economic Forum. It requires the efforts of both the public and the private sector to overcome the gaps between men and women in terms of internet access, tech engagement, […]

The world in 2030 according to WEF, Martin

By Melissa Martin What will the world be like in 2030 according to a few WEF members? That’s only 8 years into the future.   The World Economic Forum (aka New World Order) predicts a future that looks a lot like China’s country of communism. “You’ll own nothing and you’ll be happy,” proclaims Schwab. At least […]

 Is a food shortage coming? Martin

By Melissa Martin Rumblings around the globe are predicting a food shortage, but can the citizens believe the power-driven politicians and the lying leaders? Even leaders of sovereign nations are known to manipulate and spew falsehoods. Why? Because they can – especially when the mainstream media is in their back pocket and their front pocket.   […]

Dr. Immanuel: Bold African doctor and minister, Martin

By Melissa Martin After watching a taped interview on InfoWars with host Alex Jones and guest Dr. Stella Immanuel, I knew her book would be inspiring and informative, “Let America Live: Exposing the Hidden Agenda Behind the 2020 Pandemic: My Journey.” She presented as both kind and clever; intelligent and humble; wise and spiritual. She […]

Is it the reckoning of Facebook (aka Meta)? Martin

By Melissa Martin Meta Platforms, Inc, (formerly known as Facebook, Inc) operates as a global social technology company. The company engages in the development of social media applications as well as virtual and augmented reality products allowing users to connect through mobile devices, personal computers and other platforms.   What else does Facebook own?  The company […]

Black discrimination and White guilt, Martin

By Melissa Martin “Black People Are Sharing The Unwritten Rules They Follow That Most White People Are Clueless About, And It’s Eye-Opening” is the title of an article on Buzzfeed.   Read the Buzzfeed article at https://www.msn.com/en-us/health/wellness/black-people-are-sharing-the-unwritten-rules-they-follow-that-most-white-people-are-clueless-about-and-its-eye-opening/ar-AAWFneU?ocid=mailsignout&li=BBnb7Kz.  As I read the responses to this article, I cried. My Black friends, coworkers, colleagues, and fellow college classmates have […]