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Monday, February 05, 2018

Roger McNamee, Tristan Harris and others have been agitating for change at companies such as Facebook. Now they've formed a coalition, the Center for Humane Technology, and are launching a huge awareness campaign called The Truth about Tech. Snapchat, Instagram, Facebook and YouTube "are not neutral products," the website for the Center for Humane Technology states. "They are part of a system designed to addict us."


Sunday, February 04, 2018

His article seems to have been found acceptable till he voiced unconventional views at which point it was erased from existence.


Fidel "Fidelito" Castro Díaz-Balart, the eldest son of former Cuban President Fidel Castro, took his own life on Thursday, the island's state-run media reported. He was 68 years old and had suffered from depression in recent months, according to the government website Cubadebate. ... Tall and bearded like his father, Fidel Castro Diaz-Balart was the only child of the Cuban revolutionary leader and his first wife, Mirta Diaz-Balart.
The couple divorced before Castro took power in Cuba. ... His mother sent Fidelito to visit his father shortly after Castro took over the island. But Castro never returned the boy, leading his Miami relatives to say he had been kidnapped by Castro. read more


Friday, February 02, 2018

"...Trump doesn't actually embody any of the values he's harkening back to. Faith? He panders to the religious far right but claims he's never even asked God for forgiveness. Family? He has flouted his marriage vows with porn stars and is accused by multiple women...of sexual harassment and worse."


Wednesday, January 24, 2018

In related news fake Catholics will continue to pretend they are pro-life while supporting Trump.


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