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This "Tough-As-Nails" Banking Watchdog Isn't That Tough-As-Nails
MotherJones | Erika Eichelberger | 07/03/14

"Mary Jo is…tough as nails." That's just a sampling of the many compliments paid to former Wall Street defense lawyer Mary Jo White in January 2013, when President Barack Obama nominated her to run the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), a major banking watchdog. But after more than a year in charge, White hasn't lived up to the hype, instead crafting weak regulations, delaying new rules to rein in the industry, and granting special privileges to a bank involved in fraud.

White has made some aggressive moves--she slapped more than 60 penalties on financial firms for violations including insider trading and refusals to cooperate with investigations. Last year, she announced that the SEC will start to force more bad-behaving banks into admissions of wrongdoing instead of allowing firms to just settle without admitting or denying guilt. But overall, White has not been the hard-nosed, take-no-prisoners reformer Obama and his fellow Democrats promised. Here are five reasons why: ... Read more

The Disaster We've Wrought on the World's Oceans May Be Irrevocable
Newsweek | Alex Renton | 07/11/14

By the end of this century, many fish may be history due to man's reckless abuse of the planet. As we keep dumping greenhouse gases into the air, the oceans keep sucking them up, making the waters deadly to their inhabitants.

... The last is the least understood of these phenomena. Along the coasts and out in the deep, huge "dead zones" have been multiplying. They are the emptiest places on the planet, where there's little oxygen and sometimes no life at all, almost entirely restricted to some unicellular organisms like bacteria. Vast blooms of algae--organisms that thrive in more acid (and less alkaline) seawater and are fed by pollution--have already rendered parts of the Baltic Sea pretty much dead. A third of the marine life in that sea, which once fed all of Northern Europe, is gone and may already be beyond hope of recovery. ...

... Carbon dioxide, one of the key perpetrators in the lineup of man-made greenhouse gases, is absorbed by seawater, causing a chemical reaction near the ocean surface that results in lowered pH levels. And about one-third of all the man-made carbon dioxide released into the atmosphere ends up absorbed by the oceans. Carles Pelejero, a scientist working less than a mile from La Boqueria at the Institut de Cienciès del Mar (ICM), on Barcelona's seafront, calls it "climate change's evil twin." ... Read more

Inside the Struggle to Preserve the World's Data
Newsweek | Newsweek | 07/02/14

When masked gunmen smashed their way into the offices of the Crimean Center for Investigative Journalism, the staff knew what was coming. For years, the center had been a lone crusading voice exposing corruption in Ukrainian government circles while defying threats of violence and attempts to close it down ...

... By the time the center's site was finally shut down in March--albeit put back up soon after--everything it contained, including more than 5,000 videos, had been preserved and made accessible online. It was another coup for Internet Archive's founder, Brewster Kahle, who is also behind the hugely popular Wayback Machine, an enormous online museum that enables users to see what a website looked like at any time since 1996, the year Kahle set up his first commercial web crawl company. Kahle's operation now costs around $10 million a year, covered by revenue generated by web crawling services, grants, donations and a foundation established by Kahle and his wife.

Kahle is a history-maker: on the front line with other archivists around the world deciding what digital artifacts should be gleaned from the universe of information and stored for future generations to access. "Websites disappear into the digital equivalent of a black hole all the time.… Their average online life in the U.K. is just 75 days," says Helen Hockx-Yu, who leads the British Library's web archiving operation, rated by experts in the field as among the best in the business. "A lot of material, including sites dealing with the 7/7 bombings in London in 2005 and the 2008 financial crisis, has been lost because we weren't able to capture it in time." ... Read more

DemocracyNow Daily News
Democracy Now! U.S. and World News Headlines for Thursday, July 03 [8:56]
DN | Swedish Left Party Surges in Polls With Focus on Climate Action & Fighting Privatization (07/03/14) [10:09]
DN | As Neo-Nazis Rally, Sweden Poised for Election-Year Shift of Power Balance from Right to Left (07/03/14) [7:01]
*DN | Dennis Kucinich on the Iraq Crisis & What the U.S. Can Learn From Sweden's Political Diversity (07/03/14) [7:31]
TRNN News
TRNN | Author Todd Miller: Corporations Making a Killing as Billions Are Poured into Border Enforcement (07/03/14) [10:47]
The Ocean Is On The Brink OF Collapse, Here's A Rescue Package (07/03/14) [8:32]
Ring of Fire
Ring of Fire | Papantonio: Kochs Buying What's Left of Our Democracy (07/03/14) [6:42]
Ring of Fire | Atrocious SCOTUS Deals Blow to Labor Unions (07/03/14) [6:06]
Ring of Fire | Papantonio: Women Who Vote Republican Are A Pathetic Embarrassment (07/03/14) [9:05]
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We're Fishing the Oceans Dry. It's Time to Reconsider Fish Farms.
MotherJones | Maddie Oatman | 07/02/14

... For many consumers, aquaculture lost its appeal after unappetizing news spread about commercial fish farms--like fish feed's pressure on wild resources, overflowing waste, toxic buildup in the water, and displacement of natural species. But consider this: Our appetite for seafood continues to rise. Globally, we've hungered for 3.2 percent more seafood every year for the last five decades, double the rate of our population. Yet more than four-fifths of the world's wild fisheries are overexploited or fully exploited (yielding the most fish possible with no expected room for growth). Only 3 percent of stocks are considered underexploited--meaning they have any significant room for expansion. If we continue to fish at the current pace, some scientists predict we'll be facing oceans devoid of edible marine creatures by 2050.

But unlike alot of fishermen, Belov has a stash of treasure in his warehouse, as he soon shows me: a golf-cart-size container of plump trout, their glossy bodies still taut from rigor mortis. The night before, Belov drove north to Humboldt to help "chill kill" the fish by submerging them live into barrels of slushy ice water. Belov can count on shipments of these McFarland Springs trout every week--because he helped grow them himself on a farm. ... Read more
Farmed Fish That's Better Than Wild? (07/02/14) [3:20]

Forget the Bahamas. Michigan is one of the best places to SCUBA dive
Michigan Radio | author | 2014

When it comes to great places to SCUBA dive, lots of people immediately think of the waters of the Caribbean or Mexico, with lots of amazing underwater life, beautiful coral, gentle warm water.

But there's a hardy group of SCUBA divers who point to Michigan as one of the best places to dive. ... Read more

Other Videos and Documentaries I Ran Across
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07.03.2014. 14:04

Wednesday July 02, 2014
News Articles

Bill Moyers Essay: What We Can Learn From Lawrence of Arabia
Bill Moyers | author | 06/27/14

As fears grow of a widening war across the Middle East, fed by reports that the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) envisions a region-wide, all controlling theocracy, we found ourselves talking about another war. The Great War – or World War I, as it would come to be called — was triggered one hundred years ago this month when an assassin shot and killed Austria’s Archduke Ferdinand in Sarajevo. Through a series of tangled alliances and a cascade of misunderstandings and blunders, that single act of violence brought on a bloody catastrophe. More than 37 million people were killed or wounded.

In America, if we reflect on World War I at all, we think mostly about the battlefields and trenches of Europe and tend to forget another front in that war — against the Ottoman Empire of the Turks that dominated the Middle East. A British Army officer named T.E. Lawrence became a hero in the Arab world when he led nomadic Bedouin tribes in battle against Turkish rule. ... Read more

Now Wall Street Is Calling for Climate Sanity. Don't Expect the Right to Listen.
MotherJones | Chris Mooney | 06/30/14

Hank Paulson and Robert Rubin are teaming up to make the business community's case for addressing climate change. But will it matter?

... We'll get to that, but first, witness the latest attempt, which is aimed at swaying the business community. This weekend on CNN's Fareed Zakaria GPS, two former treasury secretaries, Henry Paulson (a Republican) and Robert Rubin (a Democrat), went on the air to discuss climate change and, in particular, the new "Risky Business" report with which they're closely affiliated. The report, emerging from a partnership that also includes Michael Bloomberg and the environmentalist billionaire Tom Steyer, makes the case that climate change will have dire economic costs. On the air, Paulson said point blank that climate inaction entails "radical risk taking." Rubin added that the risk is "catastrophic." ... Read more

*Risky Business report
PBS | Risky Business Project quantifies climate change costs (06/25/14) [9:28]
Risky Business Report Press Conference (06/24/14) [40:34]
Risky Business report press conference webcast. Michael Bloomberg, Henry Paulson, Tom Steyer, Robert Rubin, Henry Cisneros, Greg Page Donna Shalala, and Al Sommer on their involvement with the report which quantifies the economic impacts of climate change in the US.
Risky Business website
Protect the Environment While They Still Can
Truthloader | Kiribati: The country killed by climate change (06/18/14) [5:11]
Kiribati is a tiny nation of 100,000 people living on dozens of islands over a huge area of the South Pacific. And it is set to become the first state completely destroyed by climate change. The government estimates the country will vanish beneath the waves by 2050 due to rising sea levels and coastal erosion, and has an official policy of evacuating the native population. At the same time, it is doing everything it can to protect the pristine ocean environments within its territorial waters, so that even once the country is gone the nature will survive. It's a pretty sad story.
Tiny House Builder

Living large in 150 square feet: Why the tiny house movement is taking off
Salon | Lindsay Abrams | 06/28/14

Come across one of the many photos of the “tiny houses” circulating on blogs and Pinterest, and your first reaction will probably be how cute they are — itty, bitty, bite-size domiciles straight out of a fairy tale. Your second reaction, depending on who you are, is either: How do people fit in there? Or simply, why? Or, for a select group of individuals: How do I get one of my own?

Ryan Mitchell became enamored with the idea of tiny houses back in 2008, he tells Salon. He’s been an enthusiastic member of the movement since then, blogging about the homes at TheTinyLife.com and publishing a book, out July 14, that functions both as a treatise of the tiny house lifestyle and how-to guide for “building and living well in less than 400 square feet.” On the eve of — at long last — moving into a 150-square home he’s built himself, Mitchell spoke with Salon about the economic and environmental benefits of tiny living. ... Read more

Tiny House on the Bay
(click picture, then scroll to bottom of article)
DemocracyNow Daily News
Democracy Now! U.S. and World News Headlines for Wednesday, July 02 [11:13]
TRNN News
TRNN | Michael Hudson: EU Association Agreement with Ukraine Is a Gift to Kleptocrats (07/01/14) [10:58]
TRNN | Aleksandr Buzgalin discusses: Rebellion in Eastern Ukraine: Separatism or Self-Determination? (07/01/14) [9:28]
Bill Moyers
*Bill Moyers | Jim Hightower: Grass Roots Grow Against Greed. (07/02/14) [24:24]
James Allen "Jim" Hightower (born January 11, 1943) is an American syndicated columnist, progressive political activist, and author who served from 1983 to 1991 as the elected commissioner of the Texas Department of Agriculture.
*Bill Moyers Essay | What We Can Learn From Lawrence of Arabia (06/27/14) [3:48]
Lawrence of Arabia
Lawrence Of Arabia (preview [4:45] + rental for $2.99 [3:47:05]) PBS | Lawrence of Arabia The Battle For The Arab World, Part 1 (06/17/14) [54:47], Part 2 [54:49]
Born to unmarried parents in the strict Victorian era, Lawrence is embarrassed by his illegitimacy. He spends most of his childhood alone, driving for physical and academic achievement. At Oxford, his passion for medieval history results in an expedition to study the great crusader castles of Syria, where he gains invaluable knowledge of the Arabs. While employed as an archaeologist, he is recruited by British intelligence to monitor Turkish activities. He also befriends an Arab who will deeply influence his views towards Arabs and their cause. After World War I begins, Lawrence becomes an intelligence officer in the British Army. His mission is to gather information about an Arab Revolt planned against Turkish rulers. In return for a promise guaranteeing their independence, the Arabs join the war on the British side. But a secret agreement between the British and French will shatter this dream. Torn by conflicting loyalties, Lawrence continues to assist the Arabs, becoming more deeply entrenched in their fight. Against all odds, he leads the Arabs in a daring attack on the Turkish port of Aqaba. It is a stunning success and a turning point for Lawrence, the Arabs, and the British.
Blood and Oil: The Middle East in World War I (2013) [1:53:13]
The Making of the Modern Middle East: Lawrence of Arabia and King Faisal I (04/04/14) [1:28:26]
How much blame for the current troubles in the Middle East lies with the decisions made by the West in 1919 -- when the Ottoman Empire was carved up arbitrarily into the modern states we know today? Is it true that Arab society has tended to define itself less by what it aspires to become than what it is opposed to: colonialism, Zionism, and Western imperialism? That era seems to be coming to an end with the recent Arab Spring movements. As ethnic and religious loyalties intensify, will new lines be drawn? And will they lead to greater harmony in the region or exacerbated conflict?

T. E. Lawrence is one of Britain's most romantic historical figures. In 1914 he was an archaeologist excavating ruins in the sands of Syria. By 1917 he was battling both the Turks and his own government to bring about the vision he had for the Arab people. A new biography of him, Lawrence in Arabia: War, Deceit, Imperial Folly and the Making of the Modern Middle East, by the American author Scott Anderson, has sold over 150,000 copies in the US and won the New York Times Notable Book award.

Faisal was a battle-hardened military leader who with the help of Lawrence organised the Arab Revolt against the Ottoman Empire. He went on to become king of both Iraq and the first independent state of Syria. Faisal I of Iraq is the latest book by Ali Allawi, Iraq's first post-war civilian Minister of Defence who has been acclaimed for his knowledge and insight into Islamic society.
The History Of The Ottoman Empire (12/19/13) [1:30:20]
The Ottoman Empire (Ottoman Turkish), also historically referred to as the Turkish Empire or Turkey, was an empire founded by Oghuz Turks under Osman Bey in northwestern Anatolia in 1299. With the conquest of Constantinople by Mehmed II in 1453, the Ottoman state was transformed into an empire.

During the 16th and 17th centuries, in particular at the height of its power under the reign of Suleiman the Magnificent, the Ottoman Empire was one of the most powerful states in the world, a multinational, multilingual empire controlling much of Southeast Europe, Western Asia, the Caucasus, North Africa, and the Horn of Africa. At the beginning of the 17th century the empire contained 32 provinces and numerous vassal states. Some of these were later absorbed into the empire, while others were granted various types of autonomy during the course of centuries.

With Constantinople as its capital and control of vast lands around the Mediterranean basin, the Ottoman Empire was at the centre of interactions between the Eastern and Western worlds for over six centuries. The empire was dissolved in the aftermath of World War I, leading to the emergence of the new state of Turkey in the Ottoman Anatolian heartland, as well as the creation of modern Balkan and Middle Eastern states.
Other Videos and Documentaries I Ran Across
Note: I don't endorse any of the videos in this section.
As I construct My News Pages I constantly run across a lot of NEW videos, and since I find YouTube frustrating trying to re-find videos, I save the links in this section so I can find them again.
Lawrence of Arabia - Conversation with Stephen Spielberg (08/27/08) [8:49]
A Dangerous Man: Lawrence After Arabia (1992) [1:43:52]
In 1919, the great English military man T. E. Lawrence tries to help the king of the Syrian in the Conference of Peace in Paris. The film shows the hero of the movie Lawrence of Arabia (1962) in a phase of reflection and politics, defending the Arabs against the pretensions of England and France.
BBC | The Legacy of Lawrence of Arabia, Part 1 (2014) [58:53], Part 2 [58:51]
Lawrence of Arabia - Teaser - In Search for Lawrence (2008) [5:00]

07.02.2014. 11:32

Tuesday July 01, 2014
News Articles

Ruth Bader Ginsburg Writes Scathing 35-Page Dissent In Birth Control Case
HP | Laura Bassett | 06/30/14

The Supreme Court delivered a blow to universal birth control coverage on Monday, ruling that closely-held corporations can refuse to cover contraception in their health plans for religious reasons. But Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg sharply disagreed with the five conservatives on the court, delivering a scathing, 35-page dissent and defense of mandatory contraception coverage.

"In a decision of startling breadth, the Court holds that commercial enterprises, including corporations, along with partnerships and sole proprietorships, can opt out of any law (saving only tax laws) they judge incompatible with their sincerely held religious beliefs," Ginsburg wrote. She said she feared that with its decision, the court had "ventured into a minefield." ... Read more

The First Iraq War Was Also Sold to the Public Based on a Pack of Lies
Bill Moyers | Joshua Holland | 06/27/14

... Across the ideological spectrum, there's broad agreement that the first Gulf War was "worth fighting." The opposite is true of the 2003 invasion, and a big reason for those divergent views was captured in a 2013 CNN poll that found that "a majority of Americans (54%) say that prior to the start of the war the administration of George W. Bush deliberately misled the U.S. public about whether Baghdad had weapons of mass destruction."

But as the usual suspects come out of the woodwork to urge the US to once again commit troops to Iraq, it's important to recall that the first Gulf War was sold to the public on a pack of lies that were just as egregious as those told by the second Bush administration 12 years later. ... Read more

How DC's Political Intelligence Biz Made Fat Cats Fatter
Bill Moyers | Michael Winship | 06/30/14

Looking over the last few weeks of news, if you would seek a single headline that sums up the Hulk-like grip in which corporate America holds the US Congress, this might be it: "Eric Cantor's Loss a Blow to Wall Street."

So wrote The Wall Street Journal, that Pravda of the One Percent, on the day after House Majority Leader Cantor lost his Virginia GOP primary to tea party upstart David Brat. "Since he was first elected to Congress," the Journal noted, "Mr. Cantor has been Wall Street's go-to guy on issues big and small… he was a top recipient of Wall Street donations and he regularly stood up for the banks, securities firms and insurance companies."

So it's actually somewhat heartening that Cantor's loss was due in part to those very same connections. His opponent David Brat told a campaign rally, "All the investment banks up in New York and DC, whatever, those guys should have gone to jail. Instead of going to jail, where'd they go? They went onto Eric's Rolodex."

Brat made particular reference to the Stock Trading on Congressional Knowledge Act -- the STOCK Act -- passed into law in 2012. That's the legislation, authored by Democratic Congresswoman Louise Slaughter of New York, which requires members of Congress and their staffs to disclose all of their stock transactions -- an effort to make sure they're not trading on insider information gleaned from their governmental wheeling-dealings. (This is the bill that languished on the Hill for years until a 60 Minutes report embarrassed Congress into passing it.)

Unfortunately, before it became law, stripped from the legislation were requirements that family members publicly reveal their stock trades as well as disclosure requirements for companies engaged in gathering political intelligence. And guess who was singlehandedly responsible for gutting the bill of these provisions? Yep, Eric Cantor, with the heavy hands of lobbyists pushing from behind. ... Read more

Noam Chomsky: Our Govt. Is Capable of Creating Total Catastrophe for Humankind
AlterNet | Noam Chomsky | 07/01/14

The question of how foreign policy is determined is a crucial one in world affairs. In these comments, I can only provide a few hints as to how I think the subject can be productively explored, keeping to the United States for several reasons. First, the U.S. is unmatched in its global significance and impact. Second, it is an unusually open society, possibly uniquely so, which means we know more about it. Finally, it is plainly the most important case for Americans, who are able to influence policy choices in the U.S. -- and indeed for others, insofar as their actions can influence such choices. The general principles, however, extend to the other major powers, and well beyond. ... Read more

Click to zoom - Death in America
Click to zoom - And Amount We Spend
DemocracyNow Daily News
Democracy Now! U.S. and World News Headlines for Monday, July 01 [11:20]
DN | "It's a Basic Healthcare Issue": Planned Parenthood's Cecile Richards Reacts to Birth Control Ruling (07/01/14) [7:20]
*DN | Exclusive: WikiLeaks Editor Sarah Harrison on Helping Edward Snowden, Being Forced to Live in Exile (07/01/14) [9:46]
TRNN News
*TRNN | The Forces Behind SCOTUS Anti-Union Ruling (07/01/14) [7:12]
*TRNN | SCOTUS Reinterprets Religious Liberty to Justify Corporate Discrimination (07/01/14) [9:27]
Bill Moyers
*Bill Moyers | Investigative journalist Charles Lewis talks about why facts, logic and reason are often missing in the rush to war.. (06/29/14) [26:46]
No End in Sight Iraq's Descent Into Chaos by Charles Ferguson (who also did "Inside Job")
No End in Sight by Charles Ferguson (2006) [1:41:53]
Ring of Fire
Papantonio: Another Bush Goes To Washington (07/01/14) [7:10]
Papantonio: Turd Blossom Rewrites History to Smear Obama (07/01/14) [5:05]
Papantonio: Dick Cheney and the Shameless War Pimps (07/01/14) [10:48]
60 Minutes
*60 Minutes | Disability, USA (06/29/14) [13:26]
PBS Frontline
*PBS Frontline | United States of Secrets Part 1 The Program (05/15/14) [1:54:11]
*PBS Frontline | United States of Secrets Part 2 The Program (05/21/14) [53:41]
What's New On Netflix In July?
TV Shows:
  1. "Animorphs: Seasons 1 & 2" available on July 1
  2. "Knights of Sidonia" Season 1 available on July 4
  3. "Hemlock Grove" Season 2 available on July 11
  4. "Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures" Season 1 available on July 17
  5. "Baby Daddy" Season 3 available on July 18
  6. "Melissa & Joey" Season 3 available on July 18
  7. "Hell on Wheels" Season 3 available on July 19
  8. "Lost Girl" Season 4 available on July 24
  9. "Continuum" Season 3 available on July 26
Movies:
  1. "12 Angry Men" available on July 1
  2. "A Raisin in the Sun" available on July 1
  3. "Bad Santa" available on July 1
  4. "Basic Instinct" available on July 1
  5. "Boyz N the Hood" available on July 1
  6. "City of God" available on July 1
  7. "Dead Man Walking" available on July 1
  8. "Fever Pitch" available on July 1
  9. "Funny Face" available on July 1
  10. "Gandhi" available on July 1
  11. "Honey, I Shrunk the Kids" available on July 1
  12. "Legends of the Fall" available on July 1
  13. "Patton" available on July 1
  14. "Philadelphia" available on July 1
  15. "Primal Fear" available on July 1
  16. "Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country" available on July 1
  17. "The Karate Kid" available on July 1
  18. "The Karate Kid II" available on July 1
  19. The Karate Kid III" available on july 1
  20. "The Manchurian Candidate" available on July 1
  21. "The Parent Trap" available on July 1
  22. "Under the Tuscan Sun" available on July 1
  23. "Winnie the Pooh: Springtime with Roo" available on July 1
  24. "American Ninja" available on July 1
  25. "Ararat" available on July 1
  26. "The Babysitter" available on July 1
  27. "Best Defense" available on July 1
  28. "Blue Chips" available on July 1
  29. "Body of Evidence" available on July 1
  30. "Can't Buy Me Love" available on july 1
  31. "Cheech and Chong's Up in Smoke" available on July 1
  32. "Crimson Tide" available on July 1
  33. "Croupier" available on July 1
  34. "The Dark Half" available on July 1
  35. "Don't Look Now" available on July 1
  36. "Eight Men Out" available on July 1
  37. "Halloween: Resurrection" available on July 1
  38. "The Hunt For Red October" available on July 1
  39. "Jersey Girl" available on July 1
  40. "The Keys of the Kingdom" available on July 1
  41. "Madeline" available on July 1
  42. "Mean Girls" available on July 1
  43. "My Girl" available on July 1
  44. "My Girl 2" available on July 1
  45. "People I Know" available on July 1
  46. "Phantoms" available on July 1
  47. "Star Trek: The Motion Picture" available on July 1
  48. "Venus" available on July 1
  49. "Renoir" available on July 6
  50. "Homefront" available on July 9
  51. "Out of the Furnace" available on July 9
  52. "The Battered Bastards of Baseball" available on July 11
  53. "Sleeping Beauty" available on July 12
  54. "The Master" available on July 14
  55. "Hitch" available on July 14
  56. "The Last Days" available on July 15
  57. "Christmas with the Kranks" available on July 26

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