What the World Could Be: 4 short videos of OBVIOUS economic solutions

“Project Censored is one of the organizations that we should listen to, to be assured that our newspapers and our broadcasting outlets are practicing thorough and ethical journalism.” - Walter Cronkite on Project Censored What the World Could Be is a project aligned with Project Censored to communicate solutions to fundamental global issues. Their four […]

Investing in for-profit college stocks: public pension funds aid and abet corporate crime

The featured image is a picture of the home of the Murphys.  It is for sale for $27 million.  Mr. Murphy helped start the University of Phoenix.  You, the reader, bought his house through donating tax money for his exorbitant salary, while he captained the decimation of student lives and the American economy.  Murphy and […]

Nelson Mandela and the Middle East

by guest writer Amer Araim The passing away of the great South African leader Nelson Mandela highlighted his success in becoming the voice and aspiration of his people. The great respect and admiration of the world for this man who inspired not only South Africans of all races, but peoples everywhere.  The international community, and […]

How a Hit Piece Happens

The producer and director of the investigative documentary “TWA Flight 800” responds to Geoffrey Gray’s piece in New York Magazine  By guest writer Kristina Borjesson The Warm-Up It began with an email on October 24, 2013 to Tom Stalcup, Ph.D., Co-Producer and Senior Science Advisor for the new documentary, “TWA Flight 800.”  New York Magazine intern […]

More in for-profit college news: the sloth of opulence in an age of ignorance

Unnamed author and University of Phoenix ‘educator’ hosts blog on for-profit drive-by colleges The picture is of the mansion of the University of Phoenix co-founder.  It’s for sale now and you can read more below. This unnamed author, a for-profit higher education teacher, has kept this blog for two years.  The author is articulate.  He […]

One Nation Thinking of Tearing Itself Into Two

By guest writer Skip Robinson Ph.D.   President Abraham Lincoln:  “A House Divided Against Itself Cannot Long Stand.” In keeping with the U.S. Constitution, each President swears “to take care that the laws be faithfully executed”. The U.S. Constitution: “The validity of the public debt of the United States, authorized by law, including debts incurred for payment […]