Philanthropy
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Philanthropy can be a trojan horse

At first glance, philanthropy appears to be a noble practice. It often is. Particularly when done at a local level. Philanthropy becomes dangerous when it is used to gain control over an industry or cause. Alternate philosophies, practices and businesses are squeezed out. This leaves the philanthroper and their chosen …

Tulsi Gabbard
Politics

How to solve a problem like Tulsi Gabbard

Tulsi Gabbard was back in the news today. She has sufficient guts to take on the Clinton machine. She is suing Hilary Clinton for $50 million for stating that she was a Russian agent. For some time, Gabbard has asserted herself as perhaps the only democratic party candidate with a …

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Is ABC Australia the Deep State’s Bitch?

It’s Your ABC Isn’t It? For most of my life, I have regarded the ABC as an Australian national treasure.  I bought the 19c a day campaign.  I bought the independent and fearless line that it’s high profile current affairs shows implied. I grew up watching 4 corners, listening to …

Jared Beck
Politics

Could Jared Beck Be America’s Voice of Conscience?

Jared Beck and his wife, Elizabeth are two of the very few precious voices of reason in the quagmire that masquerades as debate within American political discourse. Unfortunately most people are so locked into their own echo chambers of reality that they can’t or won’t hear them. That’s sad because …

Australian political storm over Clinton
Politics

Do Australian Politicians Fear The Downfall The House Of Clinton?

Australian governments of differing hues have made massive contributions to the Clinton Foundation.  Over the past decade Australia has  been something of a honey pot for the Clinton Foundation.   Between 2006-7 and 2016-17 Australian governments entered into a series of arrangements where the Clinton Foundation acted as “a technical implementing …