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The Atlantic: How America’s Past Shapes Native Americans’ Present.

Later that century, there was a movement to “civilize,” or assimilate, Native Americans, and the Bureau created federal boarding schools, where Native American children were separated from their parents and only allowed to speak English and play sports that had European origins.” The local tribes ground the old Indian School to powder, even taking the old trees away. That bad a memory.

10/12/16 • 02:31 PM • Human RightsSanta Fe Local • No Comments

The Rumpus: A Man’s ABCs Of Miscarriage.

Too flip. If it’s a natural miscarriage, even at a couple of months, the woman’s body goes through all the contractions of birth. It’s devastating physically and mentally, and needs a more empathetic treatment than this. It’s the great undiscussed trauma so many women suffer alone, utterly alone.

10/12/16 • 02:25 PM • HealthHuman Rights • No Comments

Hemmings: “Bombshell Betty,” the 165 MPH 1952 Buick Super Riviera.

To be auctioned. I was privileged to photograph it at Concorso the other year. It’s a fantastic vehicle. The engine note is not to be forgotten.

10/12/16 • 12:59 PM • PhotographySportsVehicles • No Comments

Bicycling: First Look - Scott Road RC Lace Cycling Shoes.

I prefer laces. Perhaps at a lower price point.

10/12/16 • 12:27 PM • ConsumptionDesignPhysical FitnessSports • No Comments

Authority Nutrition: Alternate-Day Fasting - A Beginner’s Guide.


10/12/16 • 12:21 PM • HealthPersonalPhysical FitnessScience • No Comments

Youtube: Pat Paulsen For President ‘America Oughtta Shut Up’ Tour.

MUST SEE of the day.

10/12/16 • 11:42 AM • EntertainmentHistoryPolitics • No Comments

Youtube: Triumph Meets Libertarian Candidate Gary Johnson.

Because equal time.

10/11/16 • 07:51 PM • EntertainmentPolitics • No Comments

NY Times: Trumpism After Trump.

Read o’ the day.

10/11/16 • 07:34 PM • HistoryPolitics • No Comments

Guardian.UK: Jacques Cousteau sails again in new film.

A towering figurehead of the last century. How I miss him.

10/11/16 • 12:30 PM • EntertainmentEnvironmentalNaturePhysical FitnessTravel1 Comment

In These Times: The Hypocrisy of Some Trump Supporters.

Now that Trump’s on a downhill slide, you wonder where all these on-point articles were during the primaries.

10/11/16 • 11:26 AM • HistoryHuman RightsNews • No Comments

Guardian.UK: Did Hillary Clinton intimidate Bill’s accusers? Let’s look at the evidence.

It’s possible that Bill Clinton assaulted Willey, Broaddrick and Jones during that same era. But that isn’t the equivalent of wrongdoing by his wife.” Evangelicals should flock to her, for ‘standing by her man’ and maintaining their marriage. But such forgiveness is only for those in the same ideological ozone.

10/11/16 • 11:23 AM • HistoryLawPoliticsReligion • No Comments

Discover: FDA Approves First Artificial Pancreas Faster Than Anyone Expected.

Apparently not for pancreatic cancer, just for diabetes?

10/10/16 • 02:51 PM • HealthScience • No Comments

iTunes: Tower - Movie Trailers.


10/10/16 • 11:48 AM • EntertainmentHistory • No Comments

NPR: Authors Take On Native American Stereotypes.

At the root of all of this is the idea of authenticity [snip] It’s the idea that Native people exist in an unchanging past, and that to be an authentic, real Indian, you somehow have not changed and adapted to the modern world. But Native people and Native cultures have always adapted to circumstances, they’ve always infused and integrated with other cultures. It’s always been that way.

10/10/16 • 11:44 AM • GeneralHistoryHuman RightsScholarly • No Comments

AI: Olloclip brings three new lens collections to iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus.

Everyone keeps offering wide angles. I want normal and telephoto; the native iPhone is too wide. No, I don’t want to use digital zooming.

10/10/16 • 11:42 AM • AppleHardwareMobilePhotography • No Comments

AI: Google may halve memory consumption in Chrome 55 update.


10/10/16 • 11:41 AM • AppleGoogleSoftware • No Comments

Oh and yes, I did watch the debate. Or ‘game show’, as I like to think of it.

Hillary still doesn’t have a strong enough comeback for the ACA price increases. She’s most vulnerable there.

Donald, on certain subjects, was just all over the place. He started off pretty focused - bang on about the problems of the ACA’s costs, yet no real coherent fixes - and ended up a mess afterwards. I felt like I was watching an orange marmalade danish exploding on my kitchen table.

My bugbear, the ACA. I’m looking at a near-$7k deductible, $45-75 copays AFTER deductible for doctor visits (full price before), for the cost of a freakin’ mortgage (over $1k) for the two of us. And that’s the second cheapest offered right now, before the November increases.

I will not continue to pay for the [former] uninsured to have good free coverage, when I’m checking Youtube to fix my own health issues. It costs so much, I have no extra income to pay for the actual doctor visits. Unless I dip into retirement - or go bankrupt, live off the dole and get it all for free. There seems to be an economic range, a spot between subsidies and being comfortably middle-class, where folks like myself end up in tax and health care cost hell.

This is not about selfishness, or conservative/liberal ideology. It’s about life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. The ACA is violating all of that, here in NM. It feels like an old-fashioned shakedown, courtesy of the US government. It’s wrong.

Also, Kaiser (who gets quoted all the time in healthcare analysis articles) is FULL OF BS. I have a friend in Rhode Island who’s facing huge increases, and Kaiser claims RI is going DOWN 14%. Press, do your duty. Follow up on this, hard. We’re being fed bullbananas on the actual increases in costs.

10/10/16 • 11:17 AM • HealthPersonalPolitics(2) Comments

Deadline tonight.

Links will be thin - as if they haven’t been! Sorry for the circumstance. That time of year!

10/10/16 • 11:02 AM • PersonalSanta Fe LocalWeblogs • No Comments

Vox: Republican elites’ Trump quandary is a long-term GOP problem.

Assuming Clinton wins, Republican elite leaders basically have three options, all bad.
1. Unify the party around anti-Clinton rhetoric.
2. Capitulate to Trumpism
3. Abandon the Republican Party as a hopelessly devalued brand, and start a new party.

10/09/16 • 03:19 PM • HistoryPoliticsPsychology1 Comment

naked cap: Economic ‘Recovery’ Feels Weak Because the Great Recession Hasn’t Really Ended.

But there really isn’t a recovery, and no signs of it on the horizon, because people have to pay the banks. It’s a vicious circle – or rather, a downward spiral. Basically, the IMF economists are just throwing up their hands and admitting that they don’t know what to do, given the limits of their tunnel vision.

10/09/16 • 03:03 PM • EconomicsHistoryHome & LivingPolitics • No Comments

Mashable: Over half of U.S. fracking wells are in water-stressed areas, report says.

I maintain it is patently insane to frack in drought-prone areas. Especially when we receive 300+ days a year of sun (solar) and almost as many days of wind (wind power). Makes. Absolutely. No. Sense.

10/06/16 • 07:06 PM • EnvironmentalSanta Fe Local • No Comments

In These Times: Hillary Clinton’s Millennial Problem Is Because of Her Policies, Not Her Gende

Laying out plans for single-payer healthcare and a $15 minimum wage, Sanders beat Clinton among millennials in each one of the 27 states where they faced off in the primaries. And he might still be the most popular politician in the US today.” The gender thing is so overdone. Yes, it exists. I’m not minimizing it. But by harping on it constantly, Hillary supporters drive any shred of enthusiasm into the toilet. It gets to the ‘thought police’ stage. Ridiculous. As I’ve said, Hillary better start talking ACA, public option, single payer, or November will see her slim lead disappear in those seven to eight days.

10/06/16 • 06:19 PM • EconomicsHealthHome & LivingPolitics • No Comments

FishbowlNY: Amazon Prime Now Offers Magazines.

The magazine selection is great too. A few of the options available: National Geographic Traveler, People, Sports Illustrated, Bon Appétit, HGTV, Popular Mechanics, Golf Digest and Runner’s World.” Getting closer to ‘one login, one price for everything.’

10/06/16 • 06:09 PM • ConsumptionNews1 Comment

naked cap: We’re Past the Point of No Return for Climate Change.

The biggest near-term priority needs to be radical reduction in the use of energy. And there is a lot that could be done that does not involve great changes in lifestyle; in fact, as far as businesses are concerned, the big barrier is inertia ...

10/06/16 • 06:04 PM • ConsumptionEconomicsEnvironmental • No Comments

OpenCulture: Some of Buster Keaton’s Death-Defying Stunts Captured in Animated Gifs.

There’ll never be another like Buster.

10/06/16 • 05:55 PM • EntertainmentHealthHistoryPhysical Fitness • No Comments
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