No one raises the question of how many people do we need in this country. Is society toning to be better in fifty years if we let a million more poor people , their offspring , and extended family in every year. That might mean a hundred million more. Even the Chinese know there are too many Chinese, if you get my drift.
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I sometimes wonder what LBJ and Ted Kennedy were thinking when they changed immigration laws in They must have been so eaten up with victory disease that they thought inside every person in the world was an American waiting to pop out. Turns out , not so much. You must be logged in to post a comment. Wishful Thinking, Technology, and the Fate of the Nation The nationally best-selling author of "The Long Emergency" expands on his alarming argument that our oil-addicted, technology-dependent society is on the brink of collapse—that the long emergency has already begun.
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Readmore 3 comments. On Christmas Day, Seth Godin did something nice for a few dozen blogs. He posted them on his blog, Seth Godin , and encouraged people to visit. By creating a plexo at Squidoo, he enabled others to include their own blog or blogs they liked and vote for any they felt seemed interesting.
There's just good blogs," he wrote. Unfortunately, one blogger felt otherwise, turning the true spirit of Godin's post into a case study that is similar to the challenges Reddit experienced a few months ago when overzealous marketing types voted their articles up and other articles down. However, unlike the Reddit stacking, Kim Klaver and a handful of her readers were less than anonymous.
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On her blog, which I won't link to, she wrote: "If we push it to 1, I'll take a screenshot pronto and post it here. We'll be 'Queen for a day. Deceptive if you ask me. Isn't this the very thing you preach against? I might even send out another email, so be forewarned It was never meant to be a popularity contest, especially because Squidoo doesn't track IP numbers, only e-mail addresses.
This means that anyone with multiple e-mail addresses can vote for whatever blog they like as many times as they like. With Klaver's encouragement, that is exactly what her readers seemed to do. The most basic Internet tracking reveals the story behind her empty victory; many blogs were voted down despite never being visited. It is a shame, because I visited many of those blogs today and several were worthwhile despite being voted down.
But then again, I suppose that is the difference between Klaver's "new school of marketing" and communicators like me.
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I subscribe to a code of ethics that includes credible communicators "engage in truthful, accurate and fair communication that facilitates respect and mutual understanding. Their lives are beautiful, sparkling like stars. Their moments are fleeting, ending in a second. Let their imprint be an avalanche, these fragile snowflakes of all seasons, our family and friends. Happy Holidays and Merry Christmas.
Readmore 0 comments. While most people are heading home for the holidays, Judicial Watch, a public interest group that investigates and prosecutes government corruption, decided to release some unwanted stocking stuffers for a few politicians. Jack Abramoff, former lobbyist Abramoff is at the center of a massive public corruption investigation by the Department of Justice 2.
To some degree, it is right.