The Internet and Us: Who’s in Charge Anyway?


Earlier today, our very own David Swindle alerted me to this documentary Douglas Rushkoff directed for PBS’s “Frontline.” The subject: how the Internet is changing us.
We used to do one thing at a time, drink a cup of coffee with our friends in our favorite bar and read a book at night. These days, we’re [...]

From the Pen of David Horowitz: January 11, 2010


Every morning, my father sat down at our dining room table, a cup of coffee and a stash of Uneeda biscuits within close reach, to read the New York Times. It was his most observed ritual, but the meaning of his devotion was still a mystery to me. Weren’t the Daily Worker and other progressive [...]

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Global warming reporters left out in the cold


When last we left Seth “Full Disclosure” Borenstein, the AP reporter was “investigating” those Climategate emails — messages written by scientists Seth seems pretty chummy with.
Alas, being on a first name basis with the “experts” responsible for pulling off the fraud of the century doesn’t even get you a cup of coffee these days. And [...]

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