Posts Tagged ‘media’

Responsible News Gathering. Practical Tips.

Responsible News Gathering.

Responsible News Gathering? Starts with telling TRUE from FALSE. And then it really gets interesting….

Responsible News Gathering. For doing that, what matters? Not just THAT you follow the news. But WHICH media you follow. And HOW.

Yes, here I’m bringing my expertise as a researcher of consciousness. Because THE PROCESS of gathering news impacts you. Not just WHAT you learn.

Shortest Post Ever. Appropriately.

Shortest Post

Shortest Post in honor of a really short serve, from an extremely short tennis player. Or SOMETHING. What will we call it?

Shortest Post ever because of the subject.

I just can’t resist asking you this, Blog-Buddies.

Shortest Post for Something Nameless, But Hey,

You’ll Recognize It

Vote. Don't Just Feel.

If you care about your country, VOTE. No "Age of Awakening"-type excuses are acceptable.

Americans, if you care about your country, VOTE. No “Age of Awakening”-type excuses are acceptable.

“I’m not feeling it.” What if people you know don’t plan to vote on Election Day 2016?

Talk to them, please.

Tell them, “Voter turnout is key for this crucial election. Voting all the way down-ballot.”

Or tell them, “Unless you exercise your right to vote, you have no right to complain about anything the government does.”

And maybe also tell them:

“Vote for the best choice you’ve got. Not the perfect choice

“Because effective politicians don’t have to be perfect. Realistically, we can’t expect that. Not unless YOU run for office, of course. ;-)”

Revolting Media Aftershock from the Earthquake


Ooh, breaking news, from the terror-inflaming media about Washington’s one-minute earthquake!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Today, dateline August 24 from Sterling, Virginia. I’m reporting this the day after the less than ONE MINUTE earthquake we had in Sterling, Metro D.C., and other parts of the East Coast.