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Organized Genocide and the Art of Political Propaganda

March 4, 2012

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November 23, 2010 New York Times VATICAN CITY — Pope Benedict XVI clearly acknowledged on Tuesday that the need to prevent diseases like AIDS could outweigh the church’s long opposition to the use of condoms.

The Art of Language and the Political Dialogue of Today.

February 18, 2012

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Today we surely all think about American Politics as Liberals verse Conservatives. Much of the dialogue right now; is focused on who is really entitled to the benefits provided by society or the Taxpayer. Is it the unemployed, the elderly or the poor or is it the wealthy, the corporations, the job creators. Who is […]

Where Do We Go From Here America? An Answer to “WHY OWS?”

October 18, 2011

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Laurie Anderson asks that question in her song, “Another Day in America?” Lester Brown has asked that question now for years? His Book Plan B 4.0 is an outline of the problems we face in a near future, a future sure to arrive. Down load the PDF version of  Lester Browns book for FREE Plan […]

The Power of Creative Thinking

October 10, 2011

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The Power of Creative Thinking By David Eubank The Isolated Studio is the Studio Blog of David Eubank

The Entropy of Ideas or the Global Economic Engine that Could

August 5, 2011

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Now it seems this giant almost inconceivable human idea, the engine that could sputtered again.

The Mystery of Creamed Corn Remains a Dilemma for Artists

April 19, 2011

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Who discovered Creamed Corn, where did they get the Big Idea that shook the world.

U.S. House votes to Cut NPR Funding 228-192

March 17, 2011

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Imagine No NPR reporting for the 2012 election cycle. Will you be able to find an objective voice among the wagging tongues or talking heads?