Bernie Sanders Spoke Up for Suffering Palestinians, but Few in Broadcast Media Covered It


Far away from AIPAC, Bernie Sanders made a dissenting speech in Salt Lake City, where he spoke up for suffering Palestinians. It received little broadcast media attention.

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I’m feeling the Bern, in part because I just don’t believe Secretary Clinton. – WIL WHEATON dot NET


Our choice in a democratic primary is stark and simple: Bernie Sanders, who has fought for progressive values his entire career, or Hillary Clinton, who says she supports progressive values when it’s politically expedient.

Source: I’m feeling the Bern, in part because I just don’t believe Secretary Clinton. – WIL WHEATON dot NET

Verizon Exec In Charge Of TV Services Admits She Cut The Cord | Techdirt

When the executive in charge of your company’s traditional television services publicly admits she’s a cord cutter who no longer watches traditional TV, it might be time to reconsider the future of pay television. By and large most cable and broadcast executives have responded to the cord cutting phenomenon by either denying it exists, claiming it’s the domain of losers, or insisting it’s a fad that will magically evaporate once more Millennials procreate. But at a recent TV industry conference, Verizon’s director of FiOS TV services, admitted she’s been a cord cutter for a while

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| Seven Things I Did To Reboot My LifeWIL WHEATON dot NET

This is neither ignorant nor unreasonable, just an extremely good post from Wil Wheaton that everyone should read.


I had this epiphany at the beginning of September: This thing that I’m doing? This series of choices I make every day? It isn’t working. I don’t like the way I feel, I don’t like the way I look, I don’t like the things I’m doing. Things need to change.

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