Micheal Moore "Invades" other countries to take their good ideas. It's funny, optimistic, educational, provocative and subversive, but not confrontational.
The lack of arrests following the Bundy Ranch stand off led to the Oregon stand off. It's time to arrest the armed bullies threatening to kill people.
Militia extremists saw the Bundy standoff as a victory. Because of this the DHS predicted more armed standoffs. Why didn't the FBI and the DOJ act sooner?
Toy guns let boys live out their heroic action fantasies. But instead of growing up, some transform entire states into their fantasy playground, but with real guns.
At the Marcus Theaters in Nebraska Star Wars fans can bring real guns into the theater. Fake guns, or props that look like real guns, however are not permitted
Instead of stepping up after one of their own was gunned down, the media continues to do the same mass shooting stories over and over. We need to help them do better.
We need to provide the media a new narrative following mass shootings. It involves questioning politicians who don't do anything in the face of continued gun violence.
When Andy Parker's daughter Allison was shot, he asked the broadcast media to do more. Now is the time to help them do a better job covering gun violence.
The Ashley Madison hack can be used to force real change in data security. And as a "sexy" way to show the hidden links from billionaires to creeps and politicians.
The right will vigorously dig into the Ashley Madison customer data to go after politicians on the left using Bill Clinton rules. "It's not the sex, it's the lying."
It's fun to watch Fox fight Trump and his response, but why aren't we thinking. "How can we make them hurt each other more?"
A survivor of the Tennessee theater attack makes a statement then asks media to leave him alone. Who will fill the narrative gap about the issue? Other shooting survivors or media trained gun lobbyists and supporters?
The premise for the TV show Mr. Robot is "Computer security engineer by day, vigilante hacker by night." It's the most interesting show I've seen all year.
The TV show Person of Interest shows us the moral code at the core of the AI called "The Machine" and in the process reveals the moral code of its makers and users. When it comes to fighting terrorists in the US, what is our moral code?
In Episode 4 of The Newsroom, we see what people say they value, how they act to show those values and what price they are willing to pay to be true to them.