Monthly Archives: October 2018

We’re screwed– evidence no longer matters (updated)

Originally posted on The Brooklyn Culture Jam:
Exxon (the world’s most profitable company) purchases ad space on YouTube’s video of 350.org’s People’s Tribunal VS Exxon. If you click on this link about Exxon’s lies, you’ll be ‘treated’ to an Exxon ‘feelgood’ ad about why we need oil. #ExxonKnew. This has been on my mind for…

‘They don’t plan to tell us’ 2018 edition

Explosions of methane in the Siberian permafrost. I first used this title four years ago, when there was scant news coverage of the explosion of methane out of the Siberian Permafrost (satellite pic from Siberian Times). I was more optimistic back then… The big news in Media Matters on Monday–of the 50 largest largest US newspapers, […]

More on the ones who know

Bill McKibben gave a revealing speech two years ago. The video above was shot in early 2016– Bill McKibben was speaking to people getting arrested for blocking a new pipeline. Hint(if you don’t have nine minutes to waste): McKibben knew by 2016 that the fight to save the earth was lost. and accidentally spilled the […]

Is the crash coming now that September ended?

From Forbes, on Friday: “Earlier this week, Verizon confirmed that it offered a voluntary severance package (VSP) to about 44,000 employees and that it will transfer over 2,500 IT staff – some rumors suggest the figure to be closer to 5,000 employees – to India-based Infosys as part of a $700 million outsourcing deal.” I had […]

THEY ALL KNEW

I open this post with a picture of a video confrontation from nine years ago. DAILY SHOW host Jon Stewart took on the people who appear on CNBC, a 24 hour network that (mis)advises people on their finances. CNBC celebrity Jim Cramer was upset, so Stewart invited him on to defend himself. It was probably […]