Thursday, 18 August 2016



FREEDOM OF THE PRESS*
*AS LONG AS YOU DON’T MAKE A BILLIONAIRE ANGRY
This is horrible: a billionaire who was attacked struck back. How dare he defend himself?
Doesn't he know that once you make a lot of money, people should be able to attack you at will, regardless of the truth or of any right to privacy? If websites can't invade the privacy of the famous, how do you expect them to sell advertising?

Trump adviser accused of making anti-Semitic remarks
This seems to be a house of cards, a compendium of hearsay.
I don't like the Trumpenfuehrer but this accusation seems a cheap shot with little basis.
Why does modern political discussion feel the need to invent lies about the other side, when there is so much real, factual ammunition easily to hand?

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