Yesterday Donald Trump announced that the US officially recognizes Jerusalem as the capitol of Israel, that the land now belongs to Israel and the US will be moving an embassy into the city for the first time in history. Here is my take on the biggest news event so far this “Christmas Season.”
According to a recent report published by US Housing and Urban development, the number of people facing extreme poverty and homelessness in the United States have both grown in 2017. Demonstrating that despite Wall Street booming and setting new records by the week, the bottom 1% of this country gets further and further away from the top 1% of it literally by the day.
The events of Russia’s interference completely aside, Wikileaks also published a ton of information from inside the CIA, likely perpetrated from directly within the agency themselves. Now in 2017, as the CIA conducts its own internal investigation at the highest of levels, the sources of Wikileaks Vault 7 and 8 are the agencies primary target.
Political activists across New Orleans are advocating for the State and Local Government to take down a Statue of President Andrew Jackson, the Nations 7th President. If this happens, it would be the first time in history an American legislative body would ban the monument of an American President.
Breaking down the idea that the US Military has switched 100% of their systems over to Windows 10, even though Linux operating systems can make Microsoft products more secure than Windows can.
House Democrats release 45 page list of Twitter accounts “allegedly” used by Russian actors to disseminate political propaganda and sow chaos throughout American society via social media leading up to the 2016 elections.
In 2017 “America” is always blamed for slavery, imperialism, and the genocide of the Indians. However, when was the last time you heard Britain, France, Spain or Portugal blamed for any of these things?
Yesterday morning executives from Facebook testified in front of US Congress, in part discussing their role in spreading fake news headlines in the months leading up to the 2016 Presidential election. Here is what we learned.
Next week there will be a march on Washington to protest Donald Trumps decision to repeal net neutrality laws earlier this year. By now, it is no secret that the vast majority of “internet activists” all support the idea of Net Neutrality, but as a self proclaimed internet activist myself, here is where I think they get it wrong on this issue.