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Your Boss Can Demand Genetic Testing on You? Maybe. How To Avoid It

by John March 10, 2017




That might be happening, if a new bill passes the full Congress. Your boss could demand genetic testing on you as an employee.  And if you refuse, you could get whacked with higher premiums on your employer healthcare benefits. Sure, this seems like an invasion of privacy.  “Stop government, but wait, it is OK for […]






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Storm About To Hit?

by John February 20, 2017




Reading tea leaves here … but it looks like a $#!T storm … a coordinated effort to take down Trump and his Administration. Here’s what I’m seeing. Take a look at this article by the New York Times detailing Trump campaign connections to Russian intelligence and financial interests with the Trump Empire. Watch this exchange between […]






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Now For Some Real Fake News

by John February 18, 2017




So yesterday I posted a story from the Associated Press that said Trump is considering calling up 100,000 National Guard troops to round up illegal aliens. A few hours later, the White House denied the story. Some of my followers immediately posted: Fake news. Others posted opposing views. There’s even a memo showing they’re considering […]






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All Over The Place? Not Really

by John February 17, 2017




Actually I am talking about me, not Trump. In this post, I will tell you about the ventures we’re creating content for. Why spill it here? Many of you wonder why I post, in addition to news, stuff on travel, healthcare, and cryptocurrencies. I want to be transparent since I try to follow journalist norms […]






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Outrage Porn Online: Author Has New Reason

by John February 16, 2017




(A new book I am reading, The Choose Yourself Guide To Wealth, offers a totally different reason for the political vitriol on social media.) So why are people so outraged about politics online? We dove into here about how God and morality seem to be downloaded to another drive when people click onto social media. […]






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Your Philanthropic Footprint: Helping Build Trust

by John February 16, 2017




(This is a book review of What’s Your Philanthropic Footprint? by Mary B. Leon Vail, MBA.  Some disclosure: Mary is a long-time friend from Las Vegas.) What a great time for this book.  People and corporations should be giving back during this time of chaos in politics and the changing economy. The problem: many don’t […]






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Russia Latest: Some Thoughts

by John February 15, 2017




Some quick thoughts on the latest Russian revelations. First, read the New York Times piece that has busted this wide open. On the surface, it’s not good for Trump.  Still, we can’t jump on this as the next Watergate just yet. Here are some thoughts of why you might question the story: The story is […]






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List of Trusted or Not So Trusted Media Sites?

by John February 14, 2017









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Twitter Makes You More Informed

by John February 14, 2017




In my last post, I talked about aggregating news stories to help people during the Paris Terror Attacks in November, 2015. The big reason was my Twitter newsfeed. In fact, it might make you more informed than most news agencies. Here’s how. Check it out.  You will see I only follow news sites and journalists.  […]






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Be Your Own TV News Station

by John February 13, 2017




You could be the next Peter Jennings (my news hero), Geraldo Rivera (who had me on his show and I would work with anytime), or Glenn Beck (who is probably the greatest news/media entrepreneur of the 21st Century). Let’s show you how: As a free-lance journalist covering the stories you want. Or creating your own […]






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