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  • The Quackers and the quackering.

    The Quackers and the quackering.

    Ah, election 2024 the year of …smack the quack! Waters may be murky, but one thing is crystal clear, while the obedient rubber ducks don…

  • #Character Matters

    #Character Matters

    Let’s Be Real! Trump was Trump… We’re suddenly concerned with character as we stand at the precipice of another electoral cycle. The portrayal of Trump as…

  • When truth costs billions.

    When truth costs billions.

    They knew since the 1950s of the risks. This shows how far companies will go to hide the dangers of what we bring into our…

  • Urban-Chic or Urban-Sham?

    Urban-Chic or Urban-Sham?

    If exposure to risks from ineffective mitigation is unavoidable, we have a right to know about the risks we are exposed to! Ask your local…

  • No More My Husband, My Wife

    No More My Husband, My Wife

    Time to put and end to the terms husband and wife in our legal system While we’re sensitive about pronouns and racial terms, we give…

  • Urban Development at What Cost?

    Urban Development at What Cost?

    #ArlingtonVA. This is a classic case of development at what cost? It stinks to the high heaven! This whole scenario feels like a game of…

  • Genome Blackmail

    Genome Blackmail

    A New Threat.There’s a new kingpin, and he’s after your genetic code. #AI Capone’s got nothing on this heist, your DNA’s the loot, and the…

  • Policy Sinkholes

    Can’t Silence One, Can’t Govern Millions. The only thing clear in all this Trump story is Trump, the master of chaos, has revealed ‘designs flaws’.…

  • Campaign Misinformation

    Campaign Misinformation

    Will the cost of counteracting these distortions fall on our shoulders as taxpayers or will the candidate bear the burden?

  • An Outdated Rulebook

    An Outdated Rulebook

    Big wigs, buckle shoes, and all. Imagine today’s leaders in big wigs and buckled shoes, strutting on the global stage. Ridiculous, right? Our clothes have…

  • Paradox of 2020

    Paradox of 2020

    Nearly half the country was in a mental fog. Should we reconsider the validity to the 2020 presidential vote?