Monday - Jun 26, 2017

COLUMN

  • Using artificial intelligence to program humans to behave better

    Using artificial intelligence to program humans to behave better

    by Dennis R. Mortensen CEO and founder at x.ai Much attention has, rightfully, been given to how the AI industry might transmit existing negative biases into the myriad of artificially intelligent systems that are now being built. As has been pointed out in numerous articles and studies, we’re often entirely unaware of the biases that

  • James Comey stars in another bad movie

    James Comey stars in another bad movie

    by Jon Rappoport Where was the devastating revelation about Trump’s crimes during James Comey’s Congressional testimony yesterday? “Who produced this stinker? Find out and fire him. I thought I was the head of a movie studio. Apparently, I’m marketing sleeping pills. I conked out after watching five minutes of Comey…” If James Comey’s testimony before

  • Exposed: the Nazi roots of the European Union

    Exposed: the Nazi roots of the European Union

    World War II continued by other means by Jon Rappoport This is an intelligence briefing. Here I present the bare bones of what has been happening before our eyes…if we would see it. Once upon a time, there was an industrial combine in Nazi Germany called IG Farben. It was the largest chemical/pharmaceutical octopus in

  • Gaddafi predicted and tried to stop this terror wave in UK

    Gaddafi predicted and tried to stop this terror wave in UK

    by Claire Bernish Outspoken critic of Big Government and former U.S. presidential candidate, Dr. Ron Paul, blasted the West for ignoring admonishments from deposed, late, Libyan leader, Muammar Gaddafi, who asserted prior to his death, the rise of U.S.-supported Islamic extremists would lead to attacks on Europe — years before Salman Abedi detonated an explosive

  • Make insurance honest again

    Make insurance honest again

    by Kris S. Held, M.D. Republicans campaigned on a pledge to repeal and replace Obamacare. The electorate responded to this promise, and Republicans now control the House, Senate, and White House. So, what’s the hold up? The holdup is that politicians succumb to pressure from special interest groups (insurance corporations and hospital associations) that benefit

  • Trump’s massive war power giveaway

    Trump’s massive war power giveaway

    The U.S. military under Trump is quickly morphing into judge, jury and executioner of any enemy they see fit and are, as recent events suggest, free to attack them in anyway they choose. by Whitney Webb Last year, as Trump’s front-runner status in the Republican primaries began to truly unnerve the conservative establishment, several figures

  • Is it our goal to prolong the Syrian war?

    Is it our goal to prolong the Syrian war?

    by Sam Husseini Many are claiming that Trump is being inconsistent in illegally attacking the Syrian regime with cruise missiles. After all, he had been saying the U.S. should focus on defeating ISIS, and now he seems to be going after Assad. But contradictions from Trump are a dime a dozen. A closer examination shows

  • Current schools: Factory outlets

    Current schools: Factory outlets

    My (very controversial) column on the lives for which the schooling system prepares our children by George Monbiot In the future, if you want a job, you must be as unlike a machine as possible: creative, critical and socially skilled. So why are children being taught to behave like machines? Children learn best when teaching

  • How the United States will end

    How the United States will end

    by Dave Hodges The following is an analysis of what has been learned about the pattern America will follow on the path to its demise and final resting place. But America isn’t just going to end, it will, and already is, morphing into a new entity which will be complete divorced from its original founding

  • Millions of Americans live in Mexico, can we continue to coexist?

    Millions of Americans live in Mexico, can we continue to coexist?

    by Aristóteles Sandoval Díaz The global political landscape is going through seismic changes. From the vote for Brexit to the election of Donald Trump, we are living in unpredictable times. Trump’s ascent to the presidency has huge implications for global trade relations and for minorities living in North America. Barack Obama’s progressive social reforms look like they may

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