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(or even the Second)
Amendment to the Constitution
of the United States of America.
This is an archive edition.
The Horror You Don't See. How directors oftentimes make what you DON'T see scarier than what you DO. The threat is outside the frame, but very real.
The Stolen Techniques of Slasher Film Horror. In fact, the slasher film was born with Bob Clark's 1974 chiller Black Christmas.
The Disgusting Origins of Found
Footage Films. And it wasn't Blair Witch...
"That was some weird shit."
Spokesman-Review: Spokane's Mark Few, who led Gonzaga to a 36-1
record, is The
Associated Press' Coach of the Year.
Redacted Testimony That Fully Explains Why General MacArthur Was Fired.
Far beyond being insubordinate, the military leader seemed to not grasp
the consequences of his desired strategy.
the Attack. The FBI has released previously unpublished images of the
damage done to the Pentagon during the 9/11 attacks.
Inlander: Riverfront Park could find itself with some
new recreation-oriented entrances.
Public Domain Review: Cecil H. Dill, a farmer from Traverse
City, Michigan, demonstrates
his ability to render popular melodies with "fart hands"
before modestly telling how he discovered his unusual talent.
and Propaganda. The U.S. has been at war throughout much of its
history. Whatever the real reasons for our military actions, they were
usually sold to the public as being defensive in nature and this practice
still goes on.
Keith Olbermann: Could
Donald Trump pass a sanity test?
Rolling Stone: Rolling
back climate regulations is Trump's most dangerous con yet.
Congressional Republicans Ready to Dump Trump? Three hardcore
officials break ranks, as the Senate vows to take up charges of collusion
and money laundering.
FBI files on being and nothingness. From 1945 onwards, J. Edgar
Hoover's FBI spied on philosophers Camus and Sartre. The investigation
soon turned into a philosophical inquiry.
Spokesman-Review: Food Network
Brown again eats around Spokane.
Popular Archaeology: Researchers
reconstruct a house in Pompeii by using 3D technology.
"He hymns the rotten queen with saffron hair
Change Skeptic Group Seeks to Influence 200,000 Teachers. Every public
school science teacher in America may soon receive literature rejecting
humans' role in climate change.
Politico: House Republicans voted Tuesday to revoke the FCC’s broadband privacy rules, sending legislation to the White House that would undo the federal government’s strongest-ever online privacy regulations.
Here are the
265 members of Congress who sold you out to ISPs, and how much it cost
to buy them.
AlterNet: Noam Chomsky says Trump
has put the future of human civilization in jeopardy.
Independent: Dick Cheney says Russia's interference in US
presidential election is "an
act of war."
E. J. Dionne Jr.: Admit
It. Trump is Unfit to Serve. What is this democratic nation to do when
the man serving as president of the United States plainly has no business
being president of the United States?
Jimi Hendrix's virtuoso guitar performances in isolate tracks.
Milton Still Matters. Even Miltonists know that almost no one reads
Paradise Lost anymore.
Review of Black Holes: Zero Stars
If you are lucky enough to be in Spokane right now, you are sharing in
a spectacular time: the Spring weather is delicious, the Zags are in the
NCAA College Basketball Final Four, and the Spokane River is providing a
rare and awesome show directly through the belly of our fair burg.
Keith Olbermann: Which of
Trump's Cronies Will Flip on Him First?
Todd Gitlin: Gibberish
Is the White House's New Normal. "He does not release words into
a stream of consciousness but into a heap. He heaps words on top of words,
to overwhelm meaning with vague gestures. He does not think, he lurches..."
Michael Winship: A
Couple of Things About Jimmy Breslin. The brash, profane and brilliant
newspaper columnist knew a lot about life - and Donald Trump.
Truth About Pheromones. The sight of someone in tears might make you
feel concerned. But the smell of tears, researchers say, has a different
- The New Science of Eating. The pleasures of the table reside in the
mind, not the mouth.
Chris Hedges: The
Warring Kleptocrats. The Trump kleptocrats are political arsonists.
They are carting cans of gasoline into government agencies and Congress to
burn down any structure or program that promotes the common good and
impedes corporate profit.
Common Dreams: What
He Could Do. If it remains to be seen whether we are truly
“witnessing…the birth of a new political order,” it is clear, a
month into Trump’s ascension, that we are all his prisoners, held fast
in the projected drama of his mind.
Lenin's love of literature shaped the Russian Revolution. The father
of the Soviet Union was also a Latin buff who adored Goethe and liked to
compare his enemies to figures in novels.
Scientific American: How
the science of "Blue Lies" may explain Trump's support.
They're a very particular form of deception that can build solidarity
Tablet: In the mid-1930s, when Nazi jurists and politicians
looked for innovations in racism and a guide on how to
looked to America.
Gonzaga Bulldogs beat Xavier 83-59 to secure the program's first NCAA
Final Four berth.
National Geographic: Spinach
Leaf Transformed Into Beating Human Heart. Using the plant like
scaffolding, scientists built a mini version of a working heart, which may
one day aid in tissue regeneration.
NPR: Alex Jones apologizes for promoting "Pizzagate."
Will Never Die. Here's why the conspiracy theory has new life.
Aeon: It took a lot of fossil fuels to forge our industrial
world. Now they're almost gone. In a post-apocalyptic society could
we reboot a technological civilization without them?
Big Can a Land Animal Get? King Kong's biggest enemy isn't humans -
it's the laws of physics.
Lawrence O'Donnell: Trump's
presidency effectively over after repeal failure.
New Yorker: The
Gig Economy Celebrates Working Yourself to Death. Welcome to the gig
economy, where an unhealthy obsession with work is sold as
"hustle" and "entrepreneurial spirit."
is a video compilation of area
flooding of the Spokane River, taken a few days ago from a Sheriff
department's helicopter (by someone having too much fun with the zoom).
And the river is even higher now!
I don't usually watch her but this Rachel Maddow review of the latest developments in the litany of investigations of Trump and chumps is pretty good.
True Story of Pocahontas. Pocahontas might be a household name, but
the true story of her short but powerful life has been buried in myths
that have persisted since the 17th century.
CNN: In 5 months, 8 prominent Russians - all in key positions in
Russian politics - have wound up dead in recent months. Conspiracy theories are swirling.
Playboy: Meet the author who exposed the
hidden history of Nazis on meth.
Russia recruited Ernest Hemingway.
Zags win again! Gonzaga beats West Virginia, 61 - 58. They'll take on Xavier
Saturday in the Elite 8.
the "Cyrus prophecy" help explain evangelical support for Trump?
The Persian king might have been a pagan, but he still served God's plans.
For some Christians, Trump does just that.
Here is Trump's interview with Time Magazine on
truth and falsehoods.
Aeon: Human-pig chimeras could help us meet our desperate need
for transplantable organs. But
a chimera such as this would be genetically human-animal, not just an
animal with human organs. How do we decide the moral status of this
creature, and would its slaughter be murder?
strange rehabilitation of crusader-in-chief George W. Bush. Standing
on the south lawn of the White House just days after 9/11, Bush told the
nation - and the world - that “[t]his crusade, this war on terrorism is
going to take awhile.”
It's No Trump Thursday! No Trump. All day.
"Stuck in Spokane writin' songs..." Here's Tom T. Hall and
the Spokane Motel Blues.
highest flow on the Spokane River in 20 years is showing that the
river may be changing.
The Conversation: Think water comes in just liquid, ice and gas?
again. Scientists finds that water might exist in an entirely new
Smithsonian: What you need to know first to
understand the Russian revolution.
languages are the hardest to learn?
New York Mag: The
"Airplane!" Guide to Joke Delivery. The writers of the
classic 1980 comedy deconstruct their screenplay.
Popular Archaeology: The
Forgotten Wisdom of the Chauvet Cave. "It is a direct window into
our earliest forms of artistic and abstract expression."
was an actor, a priest, a gambler, and a common man passing as (and
sleeping with) the aristocracy.
New Republic: The
Art of Paying Attention. Why we need critics to think about power and
how it works.
this novel the deadliest book in history? The most popular book in the
late 18th century was also its most lethal.
Flooding emergency declared as the Spokane River reaches near-record highs.
It's a mixed bag. The Spokane River is putting on a spectacular show of
water power, but at the same time, recharging
our aquifer and protecting us from future droughts.
big thing marijuana opponents warned you about is definitely not happening.
A state-run survey of 37,000 middle and high school students in Washington
state finds that marijuana legalization there has had no effect on
youngsters’ propensity to use the drug.
Rolling Stone: Matt
Taibbi on Trump the Destroyer. In a chaotic rollout for the ages,
Trump stuffed his Cabinet with tyrants, zealots and imbeciles - all bent
on demolishing our government from within.
Keith Olbermann: The only true
surprise? These people are idiots.
NY Daily News: Per the 25th Amendment of the Constitution, Trump
should be removed from office.
The Nation: By understanding how Trump fits within our recent history
will we can see how the
end of the US empire can be a new beginning for our democracy.
Spokesman-Review: His family's name adorns a downtown Spokane building.
He was once a cocaine kingpin, busted for conspiring to distribute between
15 and 50 kilograms of coke. Today, Cip
Paulsen is the legal "King of Green" who runs a marijuana grow
operation in the Spokane area.
Street Journal issues scathing condemnation of Trump. "If
President Trump announces that North Korea launched a missile that landed
within 100 miles of Hawaii, would most Americans believe him? Would the
rest of the world? We’re not sure..."
One of the greatest and most heinous acts of treason in the history of humanity could be taking place before our eyes. This is not the time to let your guard down.
Here is the full testimony of James Comey and Mike Rogers on Trump's wiretapping claims, and possible Trump collusion with Russian in the election.
Washington Post: Six big takeaways from Congress's extraordinary hearing on Russia, Trump and wiretapping.
Keith Olbermann: The most
telling thing about the FBI's probe into Trump.
method, our madness. What we're all experiencing now is somewhat like
the confusion an analyst encounters with a psychotic patient.
GOP leaders say there is room in the political party for differing
opinions on abortion and said they plan to stand by their invitation
to Tomi Lahren,
the conservative political commentator who set off a social media storm
Friday when she referred to pro-life conservatives as hypocrites on the TV
show “The View.”
Rockefeller, super-rich guy, dead at 101.
We made it. First day of Spring!
official. Gonzaga is now the most hated team in America. But the
referees who missed the goaltending call are a close second.
American Conservative: Foreign
policy and the "chosen people" narrative. For five
generations, Americans have been told that we're "good guys" who
have been chosen to wage war against "bad guys."
dead at 88.
The Spectator: Seducing
Mussolini. Star-struck Claretta Petacci was determined to conquer her
"divine Caesar" - and was finally strung up beside him.
Atlantic: A democracy with an exceptionalist heritage is unprepared to
respond wisely when arrogance takes over. That's the lesson of Athens
and Plato. Greatness
has to be earned again and again.
John Oliver explains why Trump's
followers will turn on him.
extremely underrated films that every movie buff needs to see.
beat Northwestern; advance in tourney. Studio crew learned what Zags
fans already know - never assume a Gonzaga victory.
American Conservative: Jeff
Sessions is Rip Van Winkle on drug policy. "He apparently went to
sleep shortly after Richard Nixon declared a “war” on illegal drugs in
1971 and just recently awakened from his slumber. There is little evidence
that Sessions understands what havoc the war on drugs has wrought both
domestically and internationally since Nixon issued his declaration."
TruthDig: The theme that unites all of Trump's initiatives so far is
their unnecessary cruelty.
Jake Tapper on Bill Maher -
the three basic truths of covering Trump's lies.
and Mussolini - 11 key lessons from historical fascism. Italian
fascism provides a better model for our moment than Nazi Germany - and the
comparison is not encouraging.
Berry was rock's master theorist and conceptual genius, a songwriter
who understood what the kids wanted before they did themselves.
flights are boosting travel options at Spokane airport.
Futurism: Meet the future of warfare - the
dead at 90.
The Conversation: The
power of ordinary people facing totalitarianism. Hannah Arendt, a
political theorist, fled Germany during Hitler's rise to power and later
wrote about "the banality of evil." Her work has recently become
The Stranger: Why did rural and poor Americans vote for a man whose
budget will hurt them? Here's
Futurism: NASA's Curiosity rover has just sent back some
As we celebrate this bonnie St. Patty's Day with Jamison and goofy
hats, let's remember the rich landlords who - driven by greed, political
insensitivity, and religious bigotry - exported most of the food out of
Ireland and let a million people starve to death surrounded by rotting
The Spokesman-Review's John Blanchette says the Zags
didn't exactly shine as guardians of the No. 1 seed.
Mother Jones: The Trump administration's four
most heartless statements about the budget. Such as cutting Meals on
Wheels "is one of the most compassionate things we can do."
Aeon: What we physically feel shapes our minds; the impact of immersive
virtual violence must be questioned, studied, controlled. Until then, should
murder in virtual reality be illegal?
Guardian apologizes to the City of Spokane. A bit condescending,
maybe, but pretty cool.
journalists covered the rise of Mussolini and Hitler. Reports on the
rise of fascism in Europe were not the American media's finest hour.
Spokesman-Review: Attorney General Jeff Sessions has repeatedly condemned the recreational use of marijuana. Yesterday he went a step further, casting doubt on medical marijuana use.
His prophecy from seven
years ago regarding the court's Citizen's United decision.
oligarchy breeds tyranny, according to Plato.
Here's The Guardian story that says what a hellhole is the city of Spokane and why everyone wants to kill themselves (if not for the Zags).
Spokesman-Review's Shawn Vestal rips them a new one.
KXLY says "Pffft."
Even Seattle's The Stranger comes
to Spookaloo's defense.
Aeon: Our intelligence is rooted in our evolved, embodied needs as an
organism. In short, we think with our whole body, not just with the brain.
without embodiment can only learn so much and so quickly.
Politico: Trump aides describe a White
House hobbled by rampant mistrust and paranoia. Staffers are leaving
their phones at home, using secret apps and monitoring each other's social
Slate: Rachel Maddow turned a scoop on Trump's taxes into a cynical, self-defeating spectacle.
Rolling Stone: Here's what we did learn about Trump's taxes.
New Yorker: Who
leaked part of Trump's 2005 tax return? It is curious that the return
is for a particularly good year for Trump's business.
Guardian: The 1930s were humanity's darkest, bloodiest hour. Are
you paying attention? A decade haunted by mass poverty, violent
extremism and world war gives us one crucial advantage: the chance to
learn the era’s lessons and avoid its mistakes.
AlterNet: If we don't act now, fascism
will be on our doorstep, says Yale historian.
Atlas Obscura: In 1849, the
collection of erotic art from excavations of Pompeii and Herculaneum was
bricked off and remained famously off limits to women, youngsters, and
the general public. For a century and a half the collection remained out
of sight. Here's more
on Wikipedia. And (NSFW) here.
BBC: We think of the Greeks as the orderly people who gave us drama,
democracy and philosophy. But
the fearsome monsters in Hellenic art reveal a dark side.
National Geographic: This
region fooled scientists for decades. They couldn't account for the
strange landforms of eastern Washington State.
Atlas Obscura: Before the Soviet Union began, they
exiled hundreds of academics and journalists on "Philosopher Ships."
Scientific American: House Republicans would let
employers demand workers' genetic test results.
psychedelic movies that will alter your perception of reality.
Prospect: In 1936, a middling novelist went to live among the poor and
unemployed in the north of England. He
returned as George Orwell, champion of democratic socialism.
NYT: Columnist Paul Krugman is floored by the GOP's
Obamacare replacement bill's "surreal" awfulness.
Daily Dot: This
artist put Trump quotes on sexist 1950s ads to send a sharp message.
of Trump's ties to Russia in seven charts.
NYT: The Bombs of Steve Bannon. From his films on Sarah Palin to his time running Breitbart, Steve Bannon learned how to be a very good propagandist. It's a role that has served him well in the White House.
AlterNet: Some of Bannon's biggest
intellectual influences are fascists and white supremacists.
should we do about a mentally ill president?
did evil evolve, and why did it persist? "Evil" behaviors
can be categorized into four basic groups - and they are far from being
unique to our species.
"Propaganda works best when those who are being manipulated are
confident that they are acting on their own free will."
some neuroscientists call consciousness the c-word.
staff used spy tools on spouses and ex-lovers.
The Atlantic: Why
do so many men watch lesbian born? Sexual fantasy obeys its own set of
rules that have nothing to do with propriety, common sense, or even the
physical laws of the universe.
the Russia story is a minefield for Democrats and the media. "The
press has to cover this subject. But it can't do it with glibness and
excitement, laughing along to SNL routines, before it knows for sure what
it's dealing with. Reporters should be scared to their marrow by this
story. This is a high-wire act and it is a very long way down. We might
want to leave the jokes and the nicknames be, until we get to the other
side – wherever that is."
"We're all going to die, all of us, what a circus! That alone
should make us love each other but it doesn't. We are terrorized and
flattened by trivialities, we are eaten up by nothing."
The Point: Of
Ice and Art. From Freud’s unconscious to
Hemingway’s theory of artistic ingenuity, the iceberg has come
to represent the creative process. Why?
WikiLeaks just unmask CIA cyberoperations?
The Nation: Every perished democracy died in its own way. In
1930s Germany, what mattered most was that so
many citizens were willing to allow Hitler to do what he did.
Lawrence O'Donnell: Lies can be
impeachable offense. Trump is "unfaithfully" executing his
duties as president by lying about President Obama – and how that could
lead to his impeachment.
legal marijuana industry generated nearly $13 million worth of revenue in
Spokane County in February, amid potential federal action.
AP: China approves new Trump-branded
massage parlors, bars and escort services.
Chronicle of Higher Education: In
praise of "useless" knowledge. The best scientific minds
have been driven by curiosity and intellectual challenge, not practical
The Stranger: Trump
signals that he wants to restart the War on Drugs. Right as Washington
State was about to clean up its shameful drug-law history.
Here ya go: WikiLeaks' Vault 7.
Don't get lost.
is pre-fascism. The possibilities are much darker than Americans are
used to considering.
Keith Olbermann: The Russian developments that matter most.
Watch this amazing moment during a recent Senate confirmation hearing
when Al Franken accuses Jefferson Beauregard
Sessions of lying under oath.
wiretap tweets raise risk of impeachment. If a president makes false
claims of a crime without proof, there's only one constitutional remedy.
and Sean reveal the eight tricks for defending Trump.
Aeon: Where the old autocrats wanted their subjects to become ‘new
authoritarian does not pretend to make you better, only to make you
feel better about not wanting to change.
Pitchfork: A history
of anti-fascist punk around the world in nine songs.
NYT: Trump's political career is built on a lie about Obama. That's the
first thing to remember when trying to divine the meaning of Trump's
accusation that he was wiretapped on Obama's orders: Trump
tells a lot of lies.
Rachel Dolezal once faced down racists.
Foreign Policy: Trump's recent tweets aren't just conspiratorial
gibberish - they're the erratic ravings of a guilty conscience. Trump
knows the feds are closing in on him.
CNN: For a man with 26.1 million Twitter followers, Trump follows back
surprisingly few people on his @realdonaldtrump account - a mere 43. Here's
what he sees on his phone.
Dennis Kucinich: Our
political economy is designed to create poverty and inequality.
Trump's new travel ban.
is a fight against fascism. There continues to be a gross
underestimation, even amongst politically aware liberals, of what we are
really up against, and how to counter it.
The Economist: There are three explanations for Trump's accusation that
Barack Obama ordered his phones to be tapped. None
of them is comforting.
Washington Post: Putin destroyed Russia's independent press. Trump
seems to want the same.
Stone forgot other people can read his tweets.
Incredible animation summarizes Noam
Chomsky's five filters of the mass media machine.
John Oliver explains how Trump's
growing Russia scandal is like Watergate, only stupider.
Letterman on life after TV, late night today, and the man he calls
a group of anonymous keyboard commandos conquered the internet for Trump
- and plans to deliver Europe to the far right.
Keith Olbermann: Why Trump is
refusing to confront reality.
Trump and the New Dawn of Tyranny.
SNL's Weekend Update brutally
mocks Trump's baseless wiretapping claims against Obama.
accuses Obama of "wire tapping" Trump Tower phones.
“Terrible! Just found out that Obama had my wires tapped’ in Trump
Tower just before the victory. Nothing found. This is McCarthyism!” Terrible! Just
parliament votes to end visa-free travel for Americans in the European
Union. Thanks, Trump.
XL builders can use non-US steel, White House says just days after
Trump tells nation no.
airport pat-downs are about to get more invasive. While few have
noticed, U.S. airport security workers long had the option of using five
different types of physical pat-downs at the screening line. Now, those
have been eliminated, replaced instead with one universal approach. And
this time, you will notice.
Nietzschean Struggle. Representatives of the American right are
reminiscent of what nineteenth-century German philosopher Friedrich
Nietzsche referred to as the ancient aristocrats or “nobles.”
Media's Rapid Retreat. "...(T)he roaring lions of the press
suddenly became cuddly kittens...The media response would be laughable if
it weren't so terrifying."
One of my favorite Coen
Brothers' movies is one of their least watched and least understood. A
Serious Man, is a bleak and masterful meditation on the absurdity and
futility of existence. One of the most unsettling endings in movie history.
analysis from The Nerdwriter.
The Intercept: As Americans deify the Navy Seal who died, just
remember Seal Team 6 is a death squad. Behind the heroic narratives is
a darker, more troubling story of criminal brutality and war crimes.
and Congress. "The wild child of American politics had been caged
... For the most part, his big speech, in both substance and tone, could
have been given by Jeb Bush or Hillary Clinton. It was pure political
says officials have daily talks with "US partners."
"Almost the entire US elite is , it turns out, linked to Russia.
Including the attorney general ... Paranoia knows no bounds."
"This is a great-looking hat," says military-clad Trump,
during a speech aboard a warship in Virginia. In his youth, Trump received
five deferments from the Vietnam war draft, including one for ‘heel
spurs’. "Great-looking hat."
TruthDig: The Deep State's hatred of Trump is
not the same as yours.
Arkansas Times: A bill is introduced to the Arkansas
congress to ban Howard Zinn books from public schools.
Aeon: Anselm saw God where Spinoza saw the totality of the universe,
but their underlying arguments were similar. In
debates about the existence of God, what matters is the way logic is
developed and deployed. It is easier to denounce someone's God than to
engage with their reasoning.
in the White House? This guy says no ... sorta.
"The fuse is lit": Dan Rather says Trump-Russia scandal is about to go off like a bomb.
Esquire: Jefferson Beauregard Sessions III recuses himself from the Russia investigation while the plot thickens elsewhere.
The Guardian: Attorney General Sessions did not disclose meeting with Russian ambassador during Trump campaign.
Esquire: Obama officials reportedly left
a trail to preserve intel of Russian hacking.
The Nation: Trump goes all in for the military-industrial complex. His address signaled his plans for domestic austerity and military bloat.
Internet Archive: Weapons,
an international encyclopedia from 5000 BC to 2000 AD.
The Stranger: Looking
to understand the mind of Steve Bannon? Watch his documentaries.
Telegraph: Why Anthony Burgess's savagely brilliant A
Clockwork Orange is a modern masterpiece.
The poetic harmony of filmmaker Andrei Tarkovsky
David Lynch: The elusive subconscious.
Stanley Kubrick: The cinematic
full text of Trump's joint address to Congress.
The Intercept: Trump's use of Navy SEAL's wife highlights all the key ingredients of US war propaganda.
Washington Post: President Trump has done some low-down, rotten
things in his cushy life, but shifting the blame for the death
of U.S. Navy SEAL during a covert mission in Yemen to
his military commanders will
go down as one of the most contemptible and cowardly acts ever committed
by a U.S. commander in chief.
Reuters: Always a showman, the TV
reality star-turned-politician laid out plenty of promises - a massive
infrastructure and public works program; tax cuts for the middle class;
immigration reform; a healthcare overhaul; an education bill.
Here's Bernie's take. I'm
sorry I didn't vote for him. (I didn't vote for any of 'em.)
Senate panel agrees to delete climate change from new school science
Empire Files: Abby Martin talks to Chris Hedges about Trump,
fascism and the Christian Right.
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