Non-Elite Humans Are Daring To Create Their Own Narratives

September 7, 2019

Authored by Michael Krieger via Liberty Blitzkrieg blog, Somewhere between the arrest of Jeffrey Epstein and his extremely suspicious death in a Department of Justice operated prison, the public learned that an FBI intelligence bulletin published by the bureau’s Phoenix field office mentioned for the first time that conspiracy theories pose a domestic terrorism threat. This was followed up last week by a Bloomberg article discussing a new project by the U.S. military (DARPA) to…

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Immigration panic: how the west fell for manufactured rage

From Trump to Orbán, politicians are winning votes by stoking age-old hatreds. Where does this fear of migrants come from? By Suketu Mehta The west is being destroyed, not by migrants, but by the fear of migrants. In country after country, the ghosts of the fascists have rematerialised and are sitting in parliaments in Germany, in Austria, in Italy. They have successfully convinced their populations that the greatest threat to…

August 29, 2019
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How to Become an Influencer in Your Industry

August 27, 2019

Influencer marketing has skyrocketed since it first made its mark. That’s very much due to the way purchasing decisions have changed over the years. In 2018, a study found that only 4% of people trusted celebrity endorsements. This is probably because they prefer to seek product and service recommendations from those who are, above all, knowledgeable and credible. And today, those qualities often come in the form of social media influencers. When…

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Stop Sharing Those Viral Photos of the Amazon Burning

August 23, 2019

The hashtag #AmazonRainforest was trending on Twitter Wednesday, with many users outraged that the mainstream media was not sufficiently reporting on the fires that have ravaged the world’s largest rainforest. There are very real fires burning in the Amazon and they do deserve more coverage, but there’s a big problem with this viral campaign: Most of the photos claiming to show the fires are fakes. The Amazon has experienced more than…

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Baltimore Sun journalist on CNN says press should stop being afraid of their bias against ‘evil’ Trump being seen as biased

July 30, 2019

In a stupendous and possibly unprecedented display of absolute clueless lack of self-awareness, a print journalist appearing as a guest on CNN Sunday argued that journalists are afraid to “forcefully” convince people to vote against Trump because then people might mistakenly think of them as biased. What, guy?? Before we go too far down the road of mocking this as a sole voice of incoherence, it’s important to point out…

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Why Micro-Influencers May Be the Most Effective Influencer Marketing Strategy

July 29, 2019

They say bigger is better … but in the case of influencer strategy, we think the opposite could be true. The latest data shows that micro-influencers, influencers with 10,000 or fewer followers, are getting the best results for brands and businesses. More engagement, more clicks, and lower ROI. Keep reading as we dive into the world of micro-influencers and explain the ins and outs of this new trend toward going…

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How to Write a Paragraph in 2019 (Yes, the Rules Have Changed)

June 23, 2019

Writing is tricky. The same piece of content that earns you an A+ on your midterm would be marked as spam or deleted from a blog editor’s inbox. Why is that? Well, one reason is what constitutes a good paragraph differs from medium to medium. How to write a paragraph for your college professor is different than writing a paragraph for a popular blog. The good news? In this post,…

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