Tempo: April 10, 2015

California sheriff’s deputies beat a horse thief who is tazed and down—55 times. Rand Paul answered his last question, then left; the Left calls that “walking out”; but he would never walk out on talks with Iran. Switzerland issues the first ever 10 year bonds yielding a negative interest rate, paying back less than they were sold for. Marco Rubio issues a montage video, non-specific as a Ted Kennedy speech, with music one might expect in a Transformers movie. Krauthammer also compared Rubio to Kennedy, in a good way. Hillary Clinton plans to run, as does Jeb. Eric Bolling, in for Bill-O, doesn’t like political dynasties. Microsoft makes Windows 10, the 9th edition of Windows, available to more smartphones. NRA audiences don’t like the press either. Bonus articles: April 9, 1865. The Surrender at Appomattox (Dialog of Civil War surrender) | 7 Reasons Even Really Smart People Can Be Fooled by Liars

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Tempo: April 9, 2015

Bill O comments on the South Carolina police shooting. Trump is not happy about Iran, read a great interview. W’s No Child Left Behind bill faces bipartisan opposition. Russia hacked the White House’s “unclassified” email system. LinkedIn is buying the cyberverse, with Linda.com to boot, CRM, freelance jobs, and HR on the radar. And, you won’t be seeing Rob Lowe talking to himself about DirectTV anymore, ever since Comcast now cares about the truth.

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Tempo: April 8, 2015

Another police shooting, it has a video, it’s terrible. The press conference was hot. Rand Paul announces, Ted Cruz rakes in the dough. YouTube plans ad-free subscriptions. NASA announces announcing aliens in 2025. Japan is important to the new US Defense Secretary. Ebola hits record low, Israel reports. A CEO sends a kid to Obama’s party in his stead. And the Reddit CEO fights sexual discrimination by banning contract negotiation. Bonus article: How to Write a Great Business Plan: Sales and Marketing

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Encore of Revival: America, April 7, 2015

Encore of Revival: America, April 7, 2015

The “Memories Pizza” shop in Walkerton, IN drew much attention the week of April Fools’. The controversy will have ramifications that reach far beyond the issues themselves. This could be the beginning of arousing and informing the “Religious Right” in America.

Rush Limbaugh explained that many people are unaware of how the press conducts and exploits interviews. ABC’s channel 57 may receive some backlash from their own industry, or even their own affiliates, as this story has likely reduced general trust that the public has often placed in the press.

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Cadence of Conflict: Asia, April 7, 2015

Cadence of Conflict: Asia, April 7, 2015

When viewing China as a corporate conglomerate attempting a hostile takeover, with the goal of complete market monopoly in every sector, Asia’s conflict only starts to make sense. But the problem goes deeper. According to credible, anonymous reports, there are “mental health conditions” that are frequent in Chinese-Asian culture.

Specifically is the belief that, “If another individual does not join our group (family, organization, business, club, etc.) or otherwise comply with our unilateral demands, then that other individual is proactively and maliciously attempting to change our group’s destiny. Then, our only option is to either dominate that other individual at all costs, even at the expense of our own goals and/or survival, and to sever all communication except communication for us to achieve our ‘unchangeable destiny’, which is for that individual to join or obey us one way or another.” Because of the adamantine, unabashed, and costly determination to hold to this kind of belief, this recurring belief may be an ideal candidate for a clinically-certifiable personality disorder. Read More