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Watch an exclusive sneak peek from the first episode of Genius, starring Geoffrey Rush as the older Einstein and Johnny Flynn as the younger.
Thursday, January 14, 2016
Wednesday, January 13, 2016
2008 VIDEO: Marco Rubio Pushed For ‘Cap and Trade’ As Florida State House Speaker
As the Speaker of the Florida state House of Representatives, now U.S.was aggressively pushing for Florida to adapt to what he viewed as an inevitable “federal cap and trade program.”
Sunday, January 10, 2016
This is how Ted Cruz wins: Why the formerly unthinkable could really, actually happen
Establishment Republicans are beginning to reconcile themselves to supporting the lesser of two evilsFRIDAY, JAN 8, 2016
When Ted Cruz came to the Senate in 2013, after winning a squeaker of a Senate race the previous November, he didn’t waste any time in bringing himself to national attention. It wasn’t his style to use his freshman term to keep his head down and learn the ropes. Just seven weeks after being sworn in, Cruz made a name for himself by accusing fellow Republican Chuck Hagel of taking money from communist North Korea during his confirmation hearings for Secretary of Defense. This accusation startled virtually everyone and earned Cruz a rebuke from committee chairman John McCain. Senator Barbara Boxer drew an apt analogy when she said she was reminded of “a different time and place, when you said, ‘I have here in my pocket a speech you made on such-and-such a date,’ and of course there was nothing in the pocket.” She was alluding, of course to the notorious Senator Joseph McCarthy.
READ THE ARTICLE AT Salon.com...
Ed.: When you read this article, keep in mind that SALON is a left-leaning publication and that this author has been extremely critical of Senator Cruz.
Thursday, January 7, 2016
2016 Race to Global Oneness
Primordial Awakening to Universal Consciousness
Despite escalating wars, and rumors thereof, ours is an increasingly united, albeit complex world. More than ever, all reference to the future demands global perspective—economically, geo-politically, and religiously.[i] Internationalists hold promise of presumed perks—e.g., harmony and security—and, to those ends, incite primordial awakening to universal consciousness.[ii] By ballyhooing the collective common good, academics join politicians and religionists alike in championing practical politics. For example, come June, Director of the Campaign for a UN Parliamentary Assembly Andreas Bummel[iii] will join presenters from Yale and Johns Hopkins for a two-day event in Brisbane. There, within the context of planetary integration (as if straight from the Baha’i playbook)[iv] academics will explore challenges relating to world democracy, justice, and security in view of regional crises.[v]
Global Oneness Day, October 24 (Kah, Hope for the World Update, 7)
While the Guinness Book of World Records recognizes seventy-eight feet as the largest wave ever surfed,[vi] it pales in comparison to today’s tidal wave of one-world interfaithism. Those riding the wave’s crest—from virtually all of the world’s major religious groups[vii]—are expected to increase in number, hence influence, by 2050.[viii] Enthusiasts apprehend their sacred selves[ix] and, along with fellow demi-gods, advocate for official sanction of a Global Oneness Day.[x] Come October, “enlightened” participants will engage in Drumming Circles, Sunday Oneness Services, and a major telesummit featuring New Spirituality gurus Neale Donald Walsch,[xi] Barbara Marx Hubbard,[xii] Ken Wilbur,[xiii] Jean Houston,[xiv] and Ervin Laszlo.[xv]