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June 9, 2019

*EXAMINER – READER QUESTION: If D-Day Were Today, Would Millennials Step Up to the Challenge?:

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*The Absurdity of Candidates Promising ‘Free’ Goodies, and Modern
Monetary Theory:

As the campaign in the 2020 presidential race heats up, so do the promises, with each new candidate vying for who can offer voters the most goodies. But goodies don’t come cheap. Many of the promises being thrown around could prove quite expensive to implement. The implications for the economy should be obvious. Experts in fiscal policy can’t help pondering some important questions: Should the federal government create additional fiat currency to directly finance government spending and then issue government bonds or raise taxes if this newly created currency begins to stoke inflation? Should Congress enable the Treasury to unilaterally change tax policy to prevent inflation stemming from this spending largesse and to manage the business cycle? Can politicians actually be entrusted to allow the unpopular decisions (spending reductions or tax increases) required to prevent potentially disastrous inflationary consequences of fiat currency expansion? Should the trillions of dollars of government debt be viewed as public asset—as something we as the public merely owe ourselves?

*Trump Tweets Lose Their Sting: The President’s Interaction Rates Have Plummeted Since He First Took Office:

Trump‘s Twitter presence is losing its sting. A measure of the president’s “interaction rate” shows that the president has been packing less of a punch with each month he’s been in office, according to data from CrowdTangle. Trump’s interaction rate has fallen from 0.55 percent in November 2016, the month he was elected, to 0.16 percent so far this month. The metric measures retweets and likes per tweet divided by the size of his following. May is set to be the lowest month for Trump’s Twitter interaction rate since January 2016.

One explanation for the commander in chief’s “bad ratio” could be that his inflammatory tweets, which were once novel, have now become customary. Attacking the FBI and accusing government officials of treason are near-daily tweet fodder for the president. Since April 1, Trump has tweeted the phrase “no collusion” 54 times, “no obstruction” 30 times, and “witch hunt” 20 times.

 *World’s Rivers Are Laced With Antibiotics: Report:

Hundreds of rivers across the world, including the River Thames in the U.K. and the Danube in Europe, are dangerously contaminated with antibiotics, according to the largest global study on river contamination ever conducted. The results were presented Monday in Helsinki and detail a worrying trend that experts at the University of York, which led the study, say could lead to complete antibiotic resistance that could “kill 10 million people by 2050.”

The contamination is linked to human and animal waste and leaks from water-treatment facilities. Samples taken from the Danube in Vienna had seven different antibiotics at nearly four times the level considered safe, according to The Guardian. The study included samples from 711 sites across 72 countries and found antibiotics in 65 percent of the bodies of water. The concentration of household antibiotics exceeded safe levels in 111 samples. The worst had 300 times the safe limit.

 *Rural America Is On The Verge
Of Collapse:

The Economic Innovation Group’s (EIG)Distressed Communities Index (DCI) shows a significant economic transformation (from two distinct periods: 2007-2011 and 2012-2016) that occurred since the financial crisis. The shift of human capital, job creation, and business formation to metropolitan areas reveals that rural America is teetering on the edge of collapse. Since the crisis, the number of people living in prosperous zip codes expanded by 10.2 million, to a total of 86.5 million, an increase that was much greater than any other social class. Meanwhile, the number of Americans living in distressed zip codes decreased to 3.4 million, to a total of 50 million, the smallest shift of any other social class. This indicates that the geography of economic pain is in rural America.

 *The San Fran Bay Area of 1970 was Less Racially Segregated than it
was in 2010:

The Bay Area was more racially segregated in 2010 than it was 40 years prior, a UC Berkeley paper published Tuesday found. Segregation in the Bay Area persisted and, in some cases, grew since 1970. Seven of the region’s nine counties had more segregation in 2010 than they did in 1970. The only two that saw declines — San Francisco and Alamedacounties — remain classified as “high” segregation places. Meanwhile, MarinSanta ClaraSonoma and Napa counties had relatively large increases in segregation.That’s according to a brief from researchers at UC Berkeley’s Haas Institute for a Fair and Inclusive Society — the third in a five-part series.

 *Monty Python Star John Cleese Says London Isn’t English Anymore. Social Media Goes Nuts:

Actor John Cleese, most famous for his work with the comedy troupe Monty Python, which he co-founded, and his work on “Fawlty Towers,” which he co-wrote, suggested on Twitter that his opinion expressed years ago that London was not English anymore was even more true now, connecting it to the fact that Londoners were the most vociferous group in the United Kingdom to favor staying in the European Union. For his remarks, Cleese was pilloried on social media. Cleese precipitated their outrage by writing, “Some years ago I opined that London was not really an English city any more. Since then, virtually all my friends from abroad have confirmed my observation so there must be some truth in it… I note also that London was the UK city that voted most strongly to remain in the EU.”

 *Tom Petty’s Widow and Kids Feud Over Salad-Dressing ‘Sellout’ Claims:

Tom Petty’s widow has issued legal threats against his eldest daughter, Adria, accusing her of planning to create a Paul Newman-style range of salad dressings using her father’s image. The new allegations are part of a broader feud between Dana and Petty’s daughters from his first marriage that is ultimately about control of the Petty estate and intellectual property. Dana is the sole trustee of her late husband’s trust, however, Variety reports, the trust directs her to establish an entity to control Petty’s catalog, with, crucially, “equal participation” from his daughters.

Daughters Adria and Annakim have interpreted “equal participation” to mean they should get control of the entity by a two-thirds majority vote.  Dana Petty, who was married to Tom for the last 10 years of his life, has now accused Adria of sending her abusive text messages as a bitter struggle for control of the late rocker’s estate escalates. The latest legal blast from Dana comes after Adria alleged in probate court that Dana has been “misappropriating” money from Petty’s estate and intellectual property for her own gain.


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Kimlin Johnson, Acclaimed Author & Civil Rights Activist, Kicks Off Influential New Book Tour

Acclaimed author of “Authenticity, Accountability & Ambitions: Speaking the Truth Through a Black Woman’s Eyes (AAA),” and Civil Rights activist, Kimlin Charise Johnson has certainly had a busy year so far. She was recently named as one of 50 Phenomenal Black Women in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) by the Los Angeles Council of Black Professional Engineers(, and now she’s ready to kick off her new book tour on her influential novel.

Johnson, who identifies herself as a race relations expert who is trying to make America better, is starting her book tour throughout colleges and universities in California, with a plan to expand to schools nationwide. The book tour will be titled, “Let’s Start the Dialogue… Dialogue for Change,” and will be targeting college students.

“Kimlin Johnson reveals the context of her riveting interviews with Dr. Cecil L. Chip Murray and then takes us behind the curtain into her true, raw life story,” raves a reader online, “which truly illuminates the racial struggles at the forefront of society today.”


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June 5, 2019

*P.C. GONE WILD – NBA Teams Looking To Drop ‘Owner’ Title Amid Concerns The Term Is Racially Insensitive:

A number of NBA teams are reportedly seeking to drop the term “owner” to describe the person or group of people who pay for and ultimately manage professional basketball teams, in favor of terms that are less “racially insensitive.” TMZ Sports reports that two teams have already renamed their ownership and the league is looking at possibilities for renaming franchise executives in a way that’s more respectful to players. The Philadelphia 76ers recently rebranded their owners as “managing partners,” and the Los Angeles Clippers now call their majority stakeholder a “chairman.”

The term owner, TMZ says, is actually colloquial. The NBA, which says it isn’t pressuring league executives to find a better way to describe themselves, refers to “owners” as “governors,” and the collection of NBA owners as the “Board of Governors” of the National Basketball Association. The move comes in response to comments made last year by Golden State WarriorDraymond Green, who told the cast of HBO‘s sports show, “The Shop,” that he believed the term “owner” was racially insensitive, since it implied league executives actually owned individual players rather than stakes or shares in NBA teams.

“You shouldn’t say owner,” Green told the panel, suggesting that a title like CEO made more sense. “When you think of a basketball team, nobody thinks of the f—in’ Golden State Warriors and think of that damn bridge. They think of the players that make that team… you don’t even know what the f— [the bridge] is called.” Commentator Jon Stewart agreed, adding, “When your product is purely the labor of people, then owner sounds like something that is of a feudal nature.” Green also mentioned the issue to reporters in 2017, according to CBS News, telling media that the complaint may seem small but a change would be meaningful.

“Very rarely do we take the time to rethink something and say, ‘Maybe that’s not the way. Just because someone was taught that 100 years ago doesn’t make that the right thing today,” Green said. “And so, when you look at the word ‘owner,’ it really dates back to slavery. The word ‘owner,’ ‘master’—it dates back to slavery… we just took the words and we continued to put it to use.” Not everyone supports the change, though. Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban addressed Green’s concerns specifically, noting that “owner” was an apt description, given that the person referred to by the term actually does own the team and is tasked with paying the team’s bills rather than making team management decisions, the way a CEO might.

 *Trump: ‘You Do Have a Military-Industrial Complex. They Do
Like War.’:

President Trump, speaking about hostile foreign powers, Iran especially, told Fox News that if he can solve tensions economically, he prefers that to a military solution. But he said he’s up against a military-industrial complex in Washingtonthat wants to keep the wars going: “Well, I’m the one that talks about these wars that are 19 years (long), and people are just there. And don’t kid yourself, you do have a military industrial complex. They do like war. You know, In Syria with the caliphate, so I wipe out 100% of the caliphate that doesn’t mean you’re not going to have these crazy people going around, blowing up stores and blowing up things, these are seriously ill people… But I wiped out 100 percent of the caliphate.”

“I said, I want to bring our troops back home — the place went crazy. They want to keep– you have people here in Washington, they never want to leave. I said, you know what I’ll do, I’ll leave a couple hundred soldiers behind, but if it was up to them they’d bring thousands of soldiers in. Someday people will explain it, but you do have a group, and they call it the military-industrial complex. They never want to leave, they always want to fight. No. I don’t want to fight, but you do have situations like Iran. You can’t let them have nuclear weapons. You just can’t let that happen.”

 *Poll: Over 75% of College Students Support Abortion in Most or All Cases:

More than 75 percent of college students support abortion in most or all cases, according to a recent survey conducted by College Pulse. College Pulse surveyed more than 10,000American college students who are enrolled in four-year degree programs and found that 60 percent identify as “pro-choice,” while 78 percent support abortion in most or all cases. More than one-third of students surveyed, 35 percent, believe the procedure should be legal in “all cases,” while 43 percent believe it should be legal in “most” cases. When asked which circumstance calls for a “legal” abortion, 24 percent chose “the pregnancy places mother’s own health at risk,” 23 percent chose “mother was raped,” and 20 percent chose “the fetus is diagnosed with severe abnormalities.”

*Surprise! Debt Collectors don’t Love the FCC’s Plan to Kill Robocalls:

Debt collectors make money based on their ability to bother people who don’t want to be bothered, but how can you bother people if you can’t reach them? That’s essentially the argument of ACA International–the trade association that represents the debt-collection industry–which is expressing concerns about a proposed FCC rule that would allow telecom companies to block unwanted robocalls by default. Although ACA wouldn’t use the word “bother,” the group said in a statement Friday that the proposal is problematic because it could prevent legitimate businesses from communicating with consumers.

“We strongly support tailored efforts to combat illegal and fraudulent robocalls which are a huge problem for all of us who are consumers,” Leah Dempsey, ACA International’s senior counsel and vice president of federal advocacy, said in a statement. “However, consumer harm results when legitimate business calls are blocked or mislabeled and people do not receive critical, sometimes exigent information they need. We have urged the FCC to provide guidance on how to immediately correct any faulty blocking or mislabeling of calls.” The concern is a real one. As phone companies implement more aggressive technologies to combat the scourge of robocall scams, it’s conceivable that some legitimate phone calls will get caught up in the net. As such, ACA International is warning the FCC not to throw the baby out with the bathwater.

 *Pakistan Court Acquits Two Muslims Convicted of Burning Christian Couple to Death:

It was one of the most gruesome killings linked to allegations of blasphemy in Pakistan, and now two Muslims convicted of burning alive a young Christian man and his pregnant wife have been acquitted. Shahzad Masih and his wife Shamawere attacked and murdered in Punjab province in 2014 by a Muslim mob enraged by claims that a Qur’an had been desecrated. Mobilized by announcements over mosque loudspeakers in nearby villages, the mob dragged the couple from a building where they were being held against their will.

Amid cries of “Allahu Akbar” and “kill infidel Christians,” according to eyewitnesses, the assailants beat Shahzad and Shama with clubs before burning them alive in a brick kiln where they worked as indentured laborers. The oldest of their three children, then aged six, witnessed the murder. Relatives reportedly fled the scene with the other two. In a country where vigilante killings of people accused of blasphemy are not rare, the grisly slaying sent shock-waves through minority communities and drew condemnation further afield, with a senior Vatican official, the late Cardinal Jean-Louis Tauran, saying he was “shocked by the immense barbarity of this act.”
“I ask myself, how can one stand by and watch when crimes religion declares to be legitimate are committed?” Tauran, who was in charge of interfaith dialogue at the Holy See, was quoted as saying on Vatican Radio. “Not even animals behave like this!” Then-Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif pledged justice would be done, saying that “a responsible state cannot tolerate mob rule and public lynching with impunity.” Eyewitness estimates of the mob put the number at between 400 and 1,000.

 *Chips Ahoy! Promotes Drag
Queen’s Video:

Chips Ahoy! is promoting a famous drag queen’s video endorsement of its cookies on Twitter. In a May 12th post currently on the cookie’s Twitter page, Chips Ahoy! wishes a “#HappyMothersDay” to “drag moms” and features a video by drag queen Vanessa Vanjie Mateo. Mateo starred on two seasons of RuPaul’s Drag Race on VH!. In the video, Mateo, surrounded by bags of Chips Ahoy! cookies, recommends giving cookies to “your drag mama” – or anyone you identify as you mother:

“What’s a sweet gesture for you to do to your mama? Your real mama, your drag mama, whichever mama … whoever you feel or consider your mama, it’s their day today. Get them a cookie.”


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June 2, 2019

*Elton John, Filmmakers Slam Russia’s Decision to Censor Gay Sex Scenes in ‘Rocketman’:

Elton John and the filmmakers behind biopic Rocketman have slammed Russian authorities for censoring scenes in the film that depict men kissing, gay sex, and drug use. “We reject in the strongest possible terms the decision to pander to local laws and censor Rocketman for the Russian market, a move we were unaware of until today. Paramount Pictures have been brave and bold partners in allowing us to create a film which is a true representation of Elton’s extraordinary life, warts and all,” the statement read.

“That the local distributor has edited out certain scenes, denying the audience the opportunity to see the film as it was intended is a sad reflection of the divided world we still live in and how it can still be so cruelly unaccepting of the love between two people.” According to The Hollywood Reporter, movie critics in Russia said all scenes involving men kissing and having sex had been cut from the film. The closing credits were also reportedly amended to drop references to the children John is raising with his partner, David Furnish.

 *China’s New ‘Social Credit System’ is a Dystopian Nightmare:

Imagine calling a friend. Only instead of hearing a ring tone you hear a police siren, and then a voice intoning, “Be careful in your dealings with this person.” Would that put a damper on your relationship? It’s supposed to. Welcome to life in China’s “Social Credit System,” where a low score can ruin your life in more ways than one.

Say you arrive at the Beijing airport, intending to catch a flight to Canton 1,200 miles south. The clerk at the ticket counter turns you away because — you guessed it — your social credit score is too low. Not only are you publicly humiliated in the ticket line, you are then forced to travel by slow train. What should have been a three-hour flight becomes a 30-hour, stop-and-go nightmare. All because the government has declared you untrustworthy. Perhaps you defaulted on a loan, made the mistake of criticizing some government policy online or just spent too much time playing video games on the internet. All of these actions, and many more, can cause your score to plummet, forcing citizens onto the most dreaded rung on China’s deadbeat caste system, the laolai.

And the punishments are shocking. The government algorithm will go as far as to install an “embarrassing” ring tone on the phones of laolai, shaming them every time they get a call in public. But an embarrassing ring tone, flight bans and slow trains are just the beginning of the dystopian nightmare that is now daily life in China for tens of millions of people.

 *Many Democrats Exaggerated Mental Distress After
2016 Election:

Many registered Democrats who claimed they were suffering from mental distress after Donald Trump won the 2016 presidential election may have been embellishing a bit. A new study comparing online searches to public surveys show that a significant portion of Democrats were likely over-reporting their stress or mental health issues, but doing so as a means to back their party. “Our research suggests that for many Democrats, expressing mental distress after the election was a form of partisan cheerleading,” write researchers Masha Krupenkin,David RothschildShawndra Hill and Elad Yom-Tov in their findings. “Clearly, many Democrats were, and are, upset about the Republican victory in 2016; these findings do not invalidate those feelings but put their depth and related actions into perspective.”

This so-called “reverse” cheerleading occurs when a person misreports or exaggerates a condition publicly in order to show support for their affiliated group, or in this case, their political party. The authors say that a person’s actions in private reveal their true condition, however, and for the study, that can be determined by evaluating private search terms. In other words, a person who might describe suffering psychological distress on social media or to their friends, but doesn’t search for any type of help or relief, is more likely showing a form of reverse cheerleading.

 *U.S. Measles Cases Climb to 880, the Highest Number in 25 Years:

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Monday confirmed 880 cases of measles in 2019, marking the worst year for the disease in America in 25 years. Health officials have now confirmed cases in 24 states, with 41 new cases in the last week alone. Thirty of those new cases were reported in New York. Despite the total number continuing to rise, a CDC spokesperson told CNBC the pace of the disease appears to be slowing down.

Officials continue to attribute the recent surge of cases, which was declared eliminated from the U.S. in 2000, to an increasing number of parents who refuse to vaccinate their children. The CDC said Monday there are several outbreaks in progress across the country, but the majority of cases are concentrated in two outbreaks in New York City and New York’s Rockland County. The newest state to declare a measles case is Oklahoma, where a person contracted the measles after traveling domestically and internationally.

 *Smarter People Listen to Instrumental Music: Study:

If there seems to be an air of pretension among aficionados of jazz and classical music, psychological research is giving them good reason. A new study published in Evolutionary Behavioral Sciences suggests that those who prefer instrumental music tend to be more intelligent. Study author Elena Racevska, a PhD student at Oxford Brookes University, became interested in how musical preference is tied to personality traits as she learned about the Savanna-IQ Interaction Hypothesis, which presumes that more intelligent individuals seek more novel experiences compared to less intelligent people.

“After reading Kanazawa’s papers, one of which was on the relationship between intelligence and musical preferences, we decided to further test his hypothesis using a different set of predictors — namely, a different type of intelligence test (i.e. a nonverbal measure), and the uses of music questionnaire,” says Racevska. “We also measured a number of variables likely to have an effect in this relationship, such as taking part in extra-curricular music education, its type and duration.”

 *Support for ‘Gay Marriage’ More Than Doubles in 23 Years to 63%:

The latest data in an ongoing survey started in the 1990s shows that the percentage of Americans who think same-sex marriage should be recognized by the law as valid, just like real marriage between a man and a woman, has more than doubled from 27% in 1996 to 63% in 2019.  In addition, the percentage of Americans who believe gay relations are morally acceptable has increased from 40% in 2001 to 63% in 2019. In roughly two decades, Americans’ support for homosexual behavior and so-called gay marriage has dramatically increased.

It its survey, Gallup asked, “Do you think marriages between same-sex couples should or should not be recognized by the law as valid, with the same rights as traditional marriages?”


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Dr. Srini Pillay, Best-Selling Author, Explains How the “Sense of Self” Relates to Depression

“What is your sense of self? Why does it matter, and what can you do about it to feel less depressed?” Asks Dr. Srini Pillay, a best-selling author and neuroscientist, “In my newest research post, I focus on one of the theories that explain why people get depressed. This premise is called the ‘self-discrepancy theory.’”

“According to psychology professor Edward Higgins, the ‘self’ has three aspects: an actual, ideal, and ought self,” continues Pillay, “An ‘actual’ self is who you think you are, and how you assess your characteristics such as talent, intelligence, and looks. An ‘ideal’ self is what you wish you would or could be. And an ‘ought’ self is what you or others think you should be.”

Dr Pillay’s research indicates that when there is a mismatch between a person’s “actual” and “ideal” selves, they are likely to get depressed. For example, a person thinks of themselves as smart, hard-working, and successful, but in real life, their work situation limits their progress and starts to slow them down. In this situation, when a person’s “actual” self becomes a lower achieving version of their ideal self, depression will set in. So, if a person is depressed, they should address the actual-ideal mismatch. A 2019 meta-analysis confirmed the importance of actual-ideal mismatches in depression.


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