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Simply put, Informed Not Inflamed 1-point-oh is the most important journalist in your life is you. Why? Because the media is biased, so get over it. How do you get over it? You use the smart filters in your brain to determine reality from what the media gives you. For more on this, you can go to Informed Not Inflamed dot-com to see the 5 instructional videos I’ve created.
So what is Informed Not Inflamed 2-point-oh. Well if you go from; you are the most important journalist in your life – the next step is that YOU are the news and YOU create the news.
The informer today present a series of business programs to keep you informed on todays business matters.
So where do you go to get the best pre-draft coverage? Our football insider Eric Snyder has a few but his best one is from the NFL network. Our football insider Eric Snyder says Mike Mayock of NFL Network is the best. That is no knock on Mel Kiper, Jr. and Todd McShay both at ESPN ProFootballTalk.com is another good source. He is giving us his informed not inflamed path to the NFL Draft. Let us know what you’re finding out. Stay informed not inflamed.
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Let’s get informed not inflamed on Russia invading Crimea which is currently part of Ukraine.
The best analysis, so far, comes from Fareed Zakariah’s GPS on CNN. One of his guests is Steven Cohen, a Russian expert from Princeton. He offers perspective from the thinking of Russians and especially Putin.
It’s interesting and scary. Cohen says we are not far away from another Cuban Missile Crisis or even war with Russian in eastern Europe. After all, U-S fighter jets have moved to Poland – a NATO ally. Russia can bring more troops into Ukraine. Earlier this week I tweeted: this is eerily looking like 1914 again. If you get a chance, Read Barbara Tuchman’s great history on the start of World War I, called The Guns of August. It might scare you with the similarities to today.
The events in Ferguson are tragic. But they should also provide lessons for us.
These lessons should apply to all of us especially those who are in social media and who consider themselves part of the media.
I have not been to Ferguson. But there's a chance I may be there soon. I want to tell you about a crowdfunding project that is going on that I'm involved in. You will be seeing more soon. Check out my website www.JohnDaly.tv and also www.thebreakingnewsnetwork.com and www.BreakingFergusonNews.com
We are going to try to put citizen journalist tools in the hands of people in Ferguson Missouri. This way they can report the story is they see it. However we want to add journalistic skills and integrity and tools to the mix. So it's not just here's a video and put it up without context. There has to be reporting that goes along with it. I recently wrote a blog about not jumping to conclusions about what happened in Ferguson Missouri. My point: wait until all the evidence is in and all the evidence has been weighed in and analyzed. Yet on my Facebook and twitter pages the responses have been incredibly biased. When the initial autopsy reports came out saying that Michael Brown had been shot six times the conclusions of people on social media was incredibly wide. I won't go into them but let's just say that the conclusions of these people were based on incomplete information mixed with their own biases. Again my point: let's wait for all the analysis and the evidence to be reviewed before we make decisions. All we are doing on social media is muddying up the waters. If your aim is to get noticed by a certain group based on a certain list of biases, that's fine. But don't consider yourself an agent of the news and information that is helpful to the country. Some tips while posting.
Anna Yeisley and Red Beckman speak about the Convention of the States and a Fully Informed Grand Jury
Debra Schwartzkopff, a shock survivor who successfully settled a psychiatric malpractice suit out of court will discuss her efforts which can be found on the ECT Justice! website at www.ectjustice.com.
There is also a wealth of information and resources about electroshock. From www.ECTJustice.com:
"Our goal is to gather information from other ECT survivors with the purpose of improving standards in the consent process if this form of treatment is to continue. It is also to provide resources and information around the use of ECT."
This conversation will focus on potential legal actions people who have survived electroshock may take and we will continue to discuss concerns about informed consent for electroshock.
Electroshock is torture. Electroshock is a crime against humanity.
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The informer is presenting a series of programs that we hope our listeners will find helpful
In moving their business forward. Each week we will present programs and interviews from business proffesionals around the country who will give their ideas on the do’s and dont’s of every day business matters.
Let’s discuss the Bowe Bergdahl story. He is the young soldier released by the Taliban in exchange for 5 prisoners at Gitmo.
There is some evidence that Bergdahl deserted after being upset with US military operations. That has led to a lot of controversy. And it has split the country.
Here’s my take.
First, read two good articles. The first is a New York Times piece out today examining if Bergdahl’s walking away or his abduction led to the 6 deaths of fellow soldiers. In short, the Times says as in war details are murky. So blaming Bergdahl for those deaths is a bit of stretch.
The second piece was written in May of 2012 by Michael Hastings in Rolling Stone. Hastings is the journalist who died in a car crash last year after his expose in Rolling Stone brought down General Stanley McCrystal. Hastings profile of Bergdahl is very revealing. It is worth the read to understand the psyche of this 20-something we sent off to the horrors of war.
The other half of us don’t want those years of fighting terrorists over there to go to waste. There is still the fear of the Taliban controlling Afghanistan again and maybe the nuclear weapons of Pakistan.
And again, I am siding with the President here. We need to keep some troops and advisers in that region – just for that reason. Granted, Obama may be playing both sides here – getting us out of combat but keeping our presence there.
The Bergdahl story is going to get bigger. It is also going to cause a lot of anger and emotion. Work to defuse that while understanding the feelings on both sides. However, let’s all wait for the facts.
Let's go into an Informed Not Inflamed discussion on the victory of Dave Brat in the Republican Primary of the 7th District of Virginia.
By the way, it just came across that Eric Cantor will step down as House Majority Leader, as well, while he serves out his current term to the end of the year. So, politically this is huge.
When it crossed my breaking news alert on my iphone last night -- my wife Teri was worried because of the bizarre look on my face. I thought it was an Onion headline. But it wasn’t. How big is it? It’s the first time since the 1880s that a sitting House Majority Leader lost in a primary.
However, let’s look at this primary without the knee-jerk hype of the media and the political partisans.
So let’s go beyond the headlines and the hype on the Brat victory over Cantor. After all, media and political pundits got this wrong.
First, we don’t know if this is strictly a tea party win. It could be more of an anti-establishment victory. The things that upset the tea party about Cantor were also the same things that people in the middle and on the left are angry about. Primarily, the Washington establishment is owned by special interest. You know who is really upset today about Eric Cantor’s defeat? Wall Street. He was a big advocate for them and a recipient of lots of money to protect Wall Street on regulatory matters. The tea party does not own that anti-establishment issue. Granted, the tea party is a big part of this “throw out the bumms movement”.
But we also don’t know if Democrats or independents, trying to hurt the GOP, voted for Brat, just to get Cantor out.