Category Archives: Communications

Trump Demands Subservience to the Supreme Leader

Sacrifice freedom of speech, freedom of the press. Meryl Streep attacked about Trump’s video of mocking disabled reporter. (Kellyanne deserves an Oscar for best acts of denial and counterattack diversions.) CNN attacked for mentioning existence of derogatory opposition document. Trump … Continue reading

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UCI Prof. Michael Prather’s Talk on “Where Climate Science Meets the Government”

Michael Prather’s Talk in UCI’s Physical Sciences Breakfast Lecture Series, January 10, 2017 Title:  Reporting From the Front Line:  Where Climate Science Meets the Government The recorded talk will appear on the UCI Physical Sciences website. Michael Prather, Distinguished Professor … Continue reading

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Will Trumpomania Ever Cease?

Will Trumpomania Ever Cease? President-not-in-waiting Donald Trump has been running an off-the-chart-rating TV reality (unfortunately) show, that keeps the public in daily suspense, and the cable news channels in a monetary heaven. For our sanity, we hope that at some … Continue reading

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Trump’s Secret Private Cybersecurity Team?

Trump’s Secret Private Cybersecurity Team? Trump’s staff released a short statement on cybersecurity, with the most cited phrase being “there was absolutely no effect on the outcome of the election”.  The statement did not agree that Russians had hacked the … Continue reading

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Trump: Hacking, Couriers, Assange, Tweeting, and the “Age of Computer”

Trump:  Hacking, Couriers, Assange, Tweeting, and the “Age of Computer” President-elect Trump is still trying to deny and deflect criticism that Russian hacking and Julian Assange’s WikiLeaks publication of John Podesta’s emails, the DNC emails, and the DNCC’s emails had an … Continue reading

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Murdoch’s WSJ Eschews Logic on Trump’s Lies

Murdoch’s WSJ Eschews Logic on Trump’s Lies Apparently, Wall Street Editor-in-Chief Gerard Baker said on Meet the Press that his paper would not call Trump’s lies “lies”.  Apparently, they will just be called “questionable” or “challengeable”.  So, the only thing … Continue reading

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Modernizing Nuclear Civil Defense Procedures

Modernizing Nuclear Civil Defense Procedures Now that our new President is playing fast and loose with an escalation of nuclear armaments, it is time to modernize our nuclear civil defense procedures, just in case.  Actually, President-elect Trump’s off the cuff … Continue reading

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The Trump Reality Show Will Last Throughout His Term

The Trump Reality Show Will Last Throughout His Term Given the starting week surprises of ATE (After Trump was Elected), it appears that his reign will not be like any dull administration.  It will be more amazing than the Kardashian … Continue reading

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An Internet Vote for President

An Internet Vote for President, With or Without an Electoral Vote This article is a suggestion for an Internet vote for President, which works with the present electoral vote system, or also with its possible future conversion to a popular … Continue reading

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In Politics, The Media IS The Message

In Politics, The Media IS The Message Since the popularization of television, the media presence of candidates has been a key way that the public makes their evaluation of candidates. The rise and dominance of Donald Trump started with his … Continue reading

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