Monthly Archives: June 2021

Is Our Heatwave a Sign of the End Times?

Does Canada’s recent record setting heatwave indicate that parts of the world will become uninhabitable due to global warming? Simon Lewis, writing in the Guardian, claims Canada is a warning: more and more of the world will soon be too … Continue reading

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Work From Home: Choices Have Consequences

Another day, another article in the Guardian lecturing men. This time, No one should be penalised if they want to carry on working from home. Whitney Wolfe Herd, founder of the dating app Bumble, has just given her entire company … Continue reading

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Don’t Blame Companies for Wanting to Return to Normal

Writing in the Guardian, gender equality specialist Josie Cox states The pandemic was meant to change work, but what have we got so far? Free pizza. From her title, which seems to claim that9 the pandemic was intentional, she quickly … Continue reading

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Gates Gives Away His Money, Still Gets Shit On

Sandi Doughton, writing in the Seattle Times, asks Have Gates Foundation efforts to vaccinate the world against COVID-19 helped — or hindered? Let’s see how she answers her rhetorical question. For more than two decades, ever since it set out … Continue reading

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The Death of Mass Market Television–Hooray!

Steven Zeitchik of the Washington Post declares The TV hit isn’t just dying — it may already be dead. Is it? I will comment. On one level, “Mare of Easttown” was a smashing success. The Pennsylvania-set crime series starring Kate … Continue reading

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The Guardian Criticizes Moves to Halt Endless War

Ending the 20 year military intervention in Afghanistan is clearly something that should be universally celebrated by anyone who is not part of the military industrial complex. So why does Simon Tisdall write in the Guardian that Catastrophe stalks Afghanistan … Continue reading

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Pistis Sophia – Book 1, Chapter 7

Previous Chapter: Book 1, Chapter 6 Jesus continued: The universe arose because of the First Mystery, which existed from the beginning, and out of it I myself have also now come, though I did not in the time before my crucifixion. … Continue reading

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Lock Downs Are Not the Solution to Global Warming

First, it was “global warming”, then “climate change”, “global heating”, “climate crisis”. Now Vox proclaims that “Back to normal” puts us back on the path to climate catastrophe. The constant ratcheting up of the terminology makes the media look like … Continue reading

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There’s No Pleasing Climate Activists

We are told with solemn certainty that the world will be destroyed in the next decade if we don’t mend our fossil fuel consuming ways. We are told we need a “green new deal” to promote reusable energy. And then … Continue reading

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Review: “Spenser Confidential”

* * C Mark “Marky” Wahlberg stars as a wrongly convicted policeman who, upon being released from prison, takes up the case that got him put away, helped by his mentor (Alan Arkin) and roommate (Winston “M’Baku” Duke). This Netflix … Continue reading

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