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Author Archives: Brian
Ben Casselman wrote, “Why is Trump Causing Chaos In Washington But Not In The Stock Market?” This exhibits offensive bias, showing no ability to understand that another view even exists.
I read the June 2017 Nuts & Volts editorial where Bryan Bergeron explains in the Developing Perspectives column why he has avoided upgrading his computer for 8 years. I surely agree with his observations and have accumulated even more evidence … Continue reading
Issues and arguments entwined with consistency and facts can be productive. Everybody today is screaming for facts and truth, and accusing each other of alternate facts. If you ask for this from others, then it would be appropriate for you … Continue reading
Bitcoin is becoming a popular investment and a popular currency. I would have enjoyed buying at $980 a few days ago and selling today at $1014. But I still shy away because I don’t see a healthy endgame.
Over the weekend, Dan Rather stood up for journalistic integrity, demanding that what Trump says must be called a “lie”. This, after the WSJ Editor-in-Chief Gerard Baker said (paraphrasing), “Let’s distinguish between false facts and calling someone a liar; one … Continue reading