Easy sleazy, Mick Jagger

Easy sleazy, Mick Jagger

[Verse 1] We took it on the chin The numbers were so grim Bossed around by pricks Stiffen upper lips, yeah Pacing in the yard You're trying to take the Mick You must think I’m really thick Looking at the graphs with a magnifying glass Cancel all the tours, football's...

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“Dear” Leftist, by Michael Rectenwald

“Dear” Leftist, by Michael Rectenwald

The reality of corporate socialism makes no sense to you because you cannot think outside of your Marxist ideological box. You draw on textbook (Marxist) definitions of socialism and capitalism. You believe the pabulum that socialism is the takeover and control of the...

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Corporations are artificial persons

Corporations are artificial persons

They should be treated as such CEOs Gather to Speak Out Against Voting Law Changes Do CEOs have the right to get involved in politics? Their business is to ensure their companies are profitable for the benefit of their shareholders. As such it is not a CEO’s fiduciary...

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Quantum Internet: The Sooner the Better

Quantum Internet: The Sooner the Better

“The goal of a quantum internet is to connect quantum processors using long distance quantum communication. The internet has had a revolutionary impact on our world. The long-term vision of this talk is to build a matching quantum internet that will operate in...

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Big Corp’s Assault on the Democracy

Big Corp’s Assault on the Democracy

Big Corporations Now Deploying Woke Ideology the Way Intelligence Agencies Do: As a Disguise By draping itself in the finery of political activism, the corporatist class consolidates political power, corrupts democracy and distracts from its real functions. By, Glenn...

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My Spiritual Path, Tulsi Gabbard

My Spiritual Path, Tulsi Gabbard

My faith was really put to the test and deepened when I was deployed to Iraq. There was a big sign over the gate at our camp that read “IS TODAY THE DAY.” I fell asleep most nights to the sound of mortar attacks and woke up to the heart-wrenching task of going through...

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The Internet as metonymy

The Internet as metonymy

A metonymy is a figure of speech that is used regularly without the user realizing it. A good example of metonymy is the expression White House for the people making decision inside the oval office, or Wall Street as the city's financial center represented by the New...

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Democratic stalinism

Democratic stalinism

A Biden Appointee's Troubling Views On The First Amendment by Matt Taibi (excerpt) “However, there’s a paradox embedded in this new Democratic mainstream thinking about speech in the Internet era. As one activist put it to me last week, the new breed of...

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The United States Constitution

The United States Constitution

Amendment I Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a...

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