Category Archives: human rights

La mordida, mapped


When you have a state-by-state map of the likelihood that traffic police will be offered bribes in Mexico, you go with it.

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Filed under Above the Law, absurdity, bribery, human rights, map, Mexico, my bothered mind, pandering, You go with it

The Walrus and the murderer


When you  have a cover story written by a Canadian murderer, you go with it. Especially if it’s in a magazine as great as The Walrus.

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August: Old World Order


The August issue of Miller-McCune magazine is on the Web site (www.miller-mccune.com) and sailing through the postal system to 92,000+ smart people. A few highlights:

All that, and: why Oprah caused the downfall of American society; how environmental contaminants become hereditary illness; problem-solving courts that work; managing water, carbon and energy together in a time of climate change; biophilic design that brings the outside in; and an innovative whale warning system.

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Filed under demographics, human rights, judges, magazines, Miller-McCune, my bothered mind, Oprah, politics, presidents, research, robots, terror, truth commissions