Trump’s Vicious Online Supporters, Military Sneakily Blocks NYT, and Pataki vs @Snowden on Twitter: Septe 30, 2015

Reading Time: 5 minutes VOLUNTEER!  Call for Image Finders/Editors: Do you have experience with sourcing and editing photos? We need volunteers to help with this.  Now Live on WhoWhatWhy Angry faces clash on Hanbury Street. (Photo credit:  Alex / Flickr [CC BY 2.0]) Trump’s “Silent Majority” Makes Loud Ugly Noises Online By Klaus Marre After making anti-immigrant remarks, Donald Trump rose to the top of Read More

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Trump’s “Silent Majority” Makes Loud Ugly Noises Online

Reading Time: 7 minutes After making anti-immigrant remarks, Donald Trump rose to the top of the polls among Republican presidential candidates. The billionaire claims his supporters are part of a new “silent majority.” How silent are they? An examination of their online comments shows they are anything but silent. They’re also rather shocking in their expressed views.

Jeb’s Meth Problem (No, Its Not What You Think!), Republicans — the Last Global Warming Deniers, and DEA Agents Kept Jobs Despite Misconduct: Septe 29, 2015

Reading Time: 4 minutes VOLUNTEER!  Call for Image Finders/Editors: Do you have experience with sourcing and editing photos? We need volunteers to help with this.  Now Live on WhoWhatWhy (Photo credit: Michael Vadon / Flickr [CC BY-SA 2.0]) Jeb Bush Family Values: Meth and Dirty Tricks By Russ Baker Jeb Bush may be down, but he is not yet out. His current low poll ratings Read More

Russ Baker interviewed: Refugees, 9/11, and More

Reading Time: 1 minute What are the deeper issues in the Middle East that make it such a hotbed for violent conflict? And why are US fingerprints all over these crises? In this interview with California radio host Douglas Everett on Radio Parallax, Russ Baker discusses the surprising connections between them, including the explosion of Middle Eastern refugees in Europe, 9/11, and others.

The Case for Paper Ballots, US Now an Oligarchy, Full List of Failed Charter Schools, Causes of Drug Price Hike: Septe 25, 2015

Reading Time: 7 minutes Now Live on WhoWhatWhy Jonathan Katz, Director of Maryland Cybersecurity Center (photo credit: University of Maryland) Bring Back the Good Old Paper Ballot By Jeff Schechtman Despite technological advances in nearly all areas of life, our elections are still safest when paper ballots are used, the distinguished cybersecurity scholar Jonathan Katz tells WhowhatWhy. In our weekly podcast, Read More

Bring Back the Good Old Paper Ballot

Reading Time: 1 minute Despite technological advances in nearly all areas of life, our elections are still safest when paper ballots are used, the distinguished cybersecurity scholar Jonathan Katz tells WhoWhatWhy. In our weekly podcast, he points out the vulnerabilities of all other types of voting and makes the case against Internet voting at this time.

War on Conflict Minerals Ineffective, Pope Can Cause Climate Breakthrough, and Aggressive NYPD Cop Served at Abu Ghraib Torture Prison: Septe 24, 2015

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Armageddon, Planned Pipeline Near Nuclear Power Plant, and a New Cold War: Sept 23, 2015

Reading Time: 6 minutes VOLUNTEER!  Do you have skills you’d like to offer? We have all kinds of needs. For more info, visit our Volunteer Page. Now Live on WhoWhatWhy Japan Apocalypse, Johanna Constantine acting performance. (Photo credit: Thierry Ehrmann / Flickr) This Could Be The Last WhoWhatWhy Story You’ll Ever Read!!! By WhoWhatWhy Editors This week, according to many far-seeing websites Read More