Brexit means the UK will have no choice but continue drifting further into the US's sphere of influence. Apparently, patriotism for the British right-wing is becoming a client-state for their former colony, who usurped them as a global superpower.
I will be releasing a new podcast next week! And since it's a news podcast, I've been reading and gleaning information from more news. Because of that, expect more newsletters, to keep you updated on important news that's often missed in mainstream discourse.
Warren erroneously described her dad as a janitor, and twitter had lots of takes about it. Too bad what janitors themselves think about this has no bearing on what pundit-types think about janitors.
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In this post, I will reconcile the tension between the fact that method of travel informs an urban space, and the fact that so many methods of travel are the result of historical happenstance.
I will propose a method of urban transportation that's heavily modular, so the modes of travel develop in line with technology. That way, there can be several grades or planes, that all have different modes of transportation, and they can be replaced by different modes easily, if needed.
You only need to watch an episode of Jack Ryan to get a revealing glimpse into the CIA's propaganda agenda.
What the show attempts to do is complicate and muddy real-life geopolitics. It describes the Venezuela government as a right-wing government, but portrays it as a left-wing government in some other ways.
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