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Obama's Pragmatism
I think I’m beginning to understand Barack Obama’s concept of pragmatism better. Pragmatism is the name of a school of philosophy. The major point to understand is that, in the pragmatic view, we have to continue working hard at “business as usual,” regardless of what we believe is ethically right or wrong. As I understand it, Obama’s current philosophically-inspired position is that economic success is the major gauge of his leadership, simply because that is the way everything works in our civilization. Many aspects of our system are repugnant, probably as much to Obama as to some of those reading this, but according to his pragmatism we can’t get away from things as they are.

Obama’s is a deeply thought out attitude and not the same as a policy of continuous expediency. He demands that we throw ourselves into the world as we find it. I think he would say that any other attitude amounts to shirking our (his) responsibility to run the country for the good of everyone, including the good of people we detest.

This attitude can be compared with the one advanced by Victor Frankl in his book Man’s Search for Meaning. Frankl survived life in Auschwitz while following similar principles. I recommend Frankl’s moving and disturbing book without reservation to anyone who would try to see human beings as we are, inextricably connected to the world around us. In some ways the philosophy of Frankl is the antithesis of the agonized lament, heard in Jean-Paul Sartre’s play No Exit, that “Hell is other people.”

I’m not sure I can entirely accept either Obama’s pragmatism or Frankl’s grim determination to follow the road on which we find ourselves. Nevertheless I believe these are ideas that we need to take seriously, particularly in light of the current president’s apparently deep commitment to principles such as I am awkwardly trying to characterize here.

If Obama succeeds in getting himself voted in for another term, it will be interesting to find out what he does with his second four years. He may not change his policies, but I’m hoping he will start to explain, in much greater depth, the decisions he is making and the logic he follows in making them.

—Ralph    |  

Wiki-Leaking Bank Information
For anyone interested in learning more about Wikileaks, how it operates, its ethics and an example of the character of one leaker, I recommend watching this video. Probably because of server overload, the video may take up to about 15 minutes to begin playing. It’s worth the wait.
—Ralph    |  

USA Has a Right-Sided Bias
This week’s diplomatic spat between the US and Venezuela illustrates the built-in U.S. bias against leftist governments.
(Reuters) - Venezuela condemned on Thursday the United States’ revocation of its ambassador’s visa. […]

In the latest flare-up between the ideological foes, Washington withdrew the visa of ambassador Bernardo Alvarez on Wednesday in retaliation for the rejection by socialist President Hugo Chavez of Obama’s nominated U.S. envoy to Caracas.

Chavez had blocked [U.S. envoy] Larry Palmer’s arrival, after the diplomat accused Venezuela’s government of close ties to leftist Colombian rebels. [Palmer] also alleged declining morale and growing Cuban influence in Venezuela’s armed forces.

It’s easy to see why U.S. foreign policy is always so strongly biased against leftist governments: there are still substantial remnants of U.S. anti-communism, the pillar upon which most of Washington’s foreign policy rested from the beginning of the Cold War, around 1947, until the fall of the Soviet Union in 1991.

Throughout 44 years of Cold War polarization, a strong tradition of U.S. anti-leftism became deeply rooted. And even though 20 years has now passed since the collapse of Russian communism, there is still a fixed expectation, both at home and in the rest of the world, that the U.S. will always oppose leftist governments such as Venezuela’s, while glossing over the faults of rightist states like El Salvador, to which

the United States has sent more than $1 billion in military aid […] in the last decade, and $2 billion more in economic assistance.
Anti-communist habits of thought also help explain why, two decades after the fall of the Soviet Union, U.S. press and media still retain a strong right-sided bias. A reflexive “anti-communist” miasma of condemnation subtly permeates the atmosphere when any domestic policy appears to lean leftward.

As long as reactive hatred of communism and reactive fear of terrorism combine to lock U.S. political dialog into a tiny pen, there’s little hope we’ll hear sensible policy discussion any time soon.

—Ralph    |  

Ease of Use
Republicans no longer care how obvious they are about passing legislation exclusively for the benefit of the wealthy. They have no further need to hide this or anything else, because the likes of Beck, Hannity, O’Reilly, Limbaugh and hundreds of other right-wing radio and tv presenters all over the country are able to spin whatever their favored politicians may happen to say into electoral gold.

This wonderful ease of use of the populace is just one of the many miracles made possible by having so large a proportion of uneducated and under-educated citizens. Remember that the American economy is driven by consumption. You only have to know how to eat.

—Ralph    |  

What is a Conservative?
What exactly is an American conservative, anyway? I can’t think of a description that fits the present range of candidates. Is a conservative…
  • A religious fundamentalist who is fanatically opposed to abortion for any reason?
  • A wealthy individual trying to get his taxes reduced by giving money to a politician who promises to cut all taxes?
  • A person opposed to government spending (except for military, CIA, Homeland Security and “Black Ops” spending)?
  • An advocate of “white power,” also opposed to social services and immigration?
  • Someone who believes in “personal responsibility” (except when his or own family needs some kind of help)?
  • A politician who tries to block any legislative proposal advanced by Democrats, including legislation he or she has previously sponsored?
  • Someone who believes “Barack Hussein Obama” is secretly a Kenyan Muslim?
This is, of course, an ironic post, but it also contains a serious question: is there any common set of beliefs shared by self-described American conservatives?
—Ralph    |  

Reality vs Human Nature
We often hear that “reality has a well-known liberal bias.” Public opinion, on the other hand, has a well-known bias in favor of ignorance and jingoism. The truth is usually evident, but will not be accepted until much later. This is especially true when the truth turns out to be unpleasant or (even worse) expensive.
—Ralph    |  

Angry with Barack Obama?
I get pretty disappointed, even angry with Obama because he has neither ended the wars nor closed Guantanamo, but then I have to remember how much I hated Lyndon Johnson for his horrible war in Vietnam. Because of the massive public reaction against that war, in 1968 Johnson did not run for a second full term in office.

But now we remember Lyndon Johnson as the president who moved the Civil Rights Act of 1965 through Congress, and signed it.

It’s true that Barack Obama isn’t the most popular president, and that he’s not helping other Democrats. Those are the unfortunate facts. But we can still hope that the legislation Obama and this Congress have passed will help the country over the long term.

—Ralph    |  

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invitation to Pyongyang

Hong Kong police take no chances
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PM after 'catastrophic' poll

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Three climbers rescued after
fall on Oregon's Mt. Hood

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percent tax on foreign earnings: Bloomberg

Nevada police say investigating
alleged political extortion plot

China's Tibet to reward
tips on 'terror attacks'

Arizona's Sheriff Joe picks
Patriots; inmates to get popcorn

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army keeps a lid on dissent

Whitney Houston's daughter revived
after found unresponsive in tub

Union rejects latest U.S.
refinery workers contract offer

Islamic State says it has beheaded
second Japanese hostage Goto

Chad army says kills 120 Boko
Haram militants in Cameroon

Exclusive: FBI says it had no prior knowledge
of deadly Philippine raid targeting militants

San Francisco police arrest man
over body parts found in suitcase

Winter storm threatens heavy snow,
sleet from Midwest to East Coast

Suspected U.S. drone strike kills
Al Qaeda militants in Yemen

NASA satellite to measure water
in Earth's soil sent into orbit

Chile's Bachelet takes on conservatives
with plan to ease abortion ban

Iraq's PM pledges hard line
against alleged militia abuses

U.S. general says Syrian town of
Kobani taken from Islamic State

Ukraine peace talks collapse,
Kiev and separatists trade blame

Israeli soldiers kill
Palestinian in the West Bank

Germany, ECB play
hardball with Greece

Greece seeks to reassure
Europe as tensions rise

Iraqi leaders, U.N. call for
probe of alleged massacre

Plastics factory fire kills 13
people in Bangladesh capital

Kurds retake oil facility in north
Iraq, 15 workers still missing

Palestinians in Syria cut
off from aid once more: U.N.

U.S. regulators recall 2.1 million
vehicles in new air bag issue

Panama kicks out ex-Colombian spy
chief to face charges at home

Rouhani accuses Iranian hardliners of
'cheering on' other side in atom talks

Exclusive: Treasury official among those
eyed for regional U.S. Fed openings

Australia state election bodes
ill for Abbott government

Bangladesh fire kills nine
people in a city market

Exclusive: GM and China?s SAIC to push
into Indonesia with no-frills vans

Rocket blasts off with NASA
satellite to track climate change

Ukraine, rebels hold fresh peace
talks as fighting rages in east

Macedonian opposition leader
charged with plot to seize power

Australian state election upset
threatens Prime Minister Tony Abbott

Bahrain revokes nationality
of 72 on security grounds

Lavish freebies from Saudi
king to buoy economy, markets

Greek emergency funding would be a
decision for ECB council: Constancio

U.S. reports 27 more strikes
against Islamic State

Two cases of child pornography
possession in Vatican in 2014

Bangladesh opposition says leader's
Internet, electricity cut amid protests

France, Morocco resume
judicial cooperation after row

Italy elects senior judge
Sergio Mattarella as president

Ode to the range: Cowboys take
to prose to celebrate U.S. West

Tens of thousand rally for
Spain's Podemos before elections

Egyptian court bans Hamas' armed
wing, lists as terrorist organization

Macedonia authorities allege
opposition plot to topple government

Fighting rages in eastern
Ukraine, 15 soldiers killed

Macedonia police say thwart
plot to overthrow government

Fifteen Ukrainian soldiers killed in
fighting in past 24 hours: defense minister

Two die as Muslim protesters clash with
police in Afghan capital: witnesses

Western-backed rebels join
Aleppo alliance: Syria monitor

Japan says hostage negotiations
with militants 'deadlocked'

Deadly clash in Philippines a
setback to peace with Muslim rebels

$50 million lawsuit filed over deadly
Washington subway smoke incident

In Los Angeles, Muslim women find
empowerment in female-only Friday prayers

Texas Governor to declare 'Chris
Kyle Day' in honor of sniper

New York City settles with family of
slain black teen for $3.9 million

AirAsia captain left seat before
jet lost control: sources

California truckers win $2
million in wage theft suit

Parents of teen girl killed by
Denver police demand federal probe

Rap mogul Suge Knight arrested in
fatal hit-and-run in Los Angeles

Stanford ex-student denies rape
of unconscious woman outside frat

U.S. ground troops could be
needed in Iraq: Chuck Hagel

Ohio postpones all 2015 executions
as it secures new drugs

Exclusive: U.N. support for Congo campaign
against Rwanda rebels in doubt over abuses

Ex-New Jersey pharmacist gets more than 6
years in prison for trying to make ricin

Second California patient tests
negative for Ebola hours after first

Pentagon to use war budget to ease
pain of defense cuts: analysts

Venezuela confirms shooting
down small plane near Aruba

Mexico tests DNA of babies who
survived blast in search for parents

Pennsylvania treasurer to plead guilty
to U.S. federal campaign violations

Defense in Etan Patz murder trial
in New York attacks confession

U.S. congressman from Mississippi has
inoperable brain tumor: spokesman

U.S. reporter says turns up in Venezuela
ad campaign despite 2013 arrest

After controversy, Oregon governor
says no policy role for fiancée

Republican Romney opts out
of 2016 run for president

Aviation leaders seek new safety
mandate after deadly 2014

Tennessee man charged in
failed Gambia coup attempt

Three U.S. House Republicans
to seek Obamacare replacement

Texas judge rules Lee Harvey
Oswald casket belongs to brother

Turmoil at congress of Germany
party swiping votes from Merkel

U.S. plan would keep highways, federal
buildings away from flood areas

Greece says will not cooperate with
"troika" or seek aid extension

White House urges parents to heed
advice urging childhood vaccines

U.S. judge allows British spies to
testify in disguise in militant's trial

U.S. senators propose tax
holiday for foreign profits

After quitting in protest, prominent
U.S. judge rejoins DOJ commission

Latinos delay California U.S. Senate
nods as ex-LA mayor mulls run

Woman convicted of endangering
children in her decrepit NYC home

Connecticut school gunman to be
named only once in final report

Canada security bill provides
new powers to combat terror

Kansas man gets three years for
letting baby die in hot car

Controversial Arizona
sheriff to seek seventh term

Obama, Dalai Lama due to attend
U.S. prayer event February 5

Over 100 arrested in
New Orleans drugs sweep

U.S. to work closely with Greece to
resolve differences: White House spokesman

Dallas-area city tries to shut
suspected swingers club over zoning

Suspected Ebola patient in
California tests negative for virus

Biden urges Democrats to take
credit for stimulus, U.S. recovery

Nigeria's Buhari vows to end
graft, insecurity, inequality

Next round of Syria talks in
Moscow in a month: delegate

Air strikes alone not enough to
defeat Islamic State: NATO chief

Australia wants clear U.N. rules
on extended searches after MH370

Witnesses recall seeing body of ex-NFL
player Hernandez's alleged victim

Mother of NYC boy who vanished in
1979 to testify at murder trial

Argentina's Fernandez dents
credibility by playing victim

U.S. government releases draft
plan for electronic health data

Romney says will not run for U.S.
presidency in 2016: statement

Florida prosecutor drops domestic
disturbance case against Zimmerman

Hezbollah: we don't want war
with Israel but do not fear it

Argentina slams senator
concerned over lawyer's death

Ex-IMF boss Strauss-Kahn
faces French pimping trial

U.S. consumer sentiment
rises to best since 2004

U.S. must target currency
manipulation in trade deals: senator

Romney to formally announce plan to
run for president in 2016: Bloomberg

Secretary of State Kerry fined
for not shoveling by Boston home

Islamic State attacks
Kurdish outposts across Iraq

Xerox cuts profit forecast again
as revenue slide continues

Blast at Shi'ite mosque in
southern Pakistan kills 49

Italy lawmakers fail again
to elect a new president

Chevron's profit beats as
chemical sales offset cheap oil

U.S. economy cools in fourth quarter,
but consumer spending shines

Senate committee chairman: U.S.
must target currency manipulation

Woman fires machinegun at Istanbul
police post, no casualties: TV

Mongolia jails American, two Philippine
citizens in tax evasion case

MasterCard profit beats expectations
as customers spend more

Chevron quarterly profit
drops 30 percent on cheap oil

China expels top police
official from Communist Party

U.S. drone strategy in trouble as
Yemeni al Qaeda gathers support

Six migrants drown off Morocco
near Spanish enclave: state media

U.S. man shot and wounded in
eastern Saudi Arabia: state media

Death toll in Pakistan Shi'ite
mosque explosion jumps to 40

Russian central bank makes
surprise interest rate cut

MasterCard's quarterly
profit rises 29 percent

Thai 'confidence' in anti-trafficking
record belied by statistics

Blast at Pakistan Shi'ite mosque
kills 29 as sectarian violence grows

Printer maker Xerox's profit
beats Street on lower costs

Israel issues tenders for new
settler homes ahead of election

Hostage-taker at Dutch TV had
no terrorist links: police

Zimbabwe's Mugabe, 90, becomes
African Union chairman

Shells hit cultural center and bus
in Donetsk, at least six killed

Xerox revenue falls as
printer sales decline

Oil rises, but set for
record run of monthly falls

Philippine leader vows justice
for police but warns on anger

Kurdish PM says U.S.-led coalition
against Islamic State faces long war

Man who forced his way into Dutch TV
station had no terrorist links: police

U.S. proposes effort to analyze
DNA from 1 million people

South Africa's 'Prime Evil'
apartheid killer freed on parole

Syria battle between al Qaeda
and Western-backed group spreads

Police interview rap mogul Suge
Knight after fatal hit-and-run

At least 20 killed in explosion
at Pakistan Shi'ite mosque

Egypt's Sisi cuts short Ethiopia
visit after 30 killed in Sinai

Italy votes for president after
Renzi shrugs off Berlusconi

Rebel envoy says traveling to Minsk
for talks with Russia, Ukraine, OSCE

Oil on track for seventh monthly
fall as supply glut weighs

Malaysia completes a third
of undersea search for MH370

Belgium holds four after raids
on Syrian recruiting cell

AirAsia resumes online promos,
adverts after Indonesia jet crash

Korean Air chief says he
scolded daughter over nut rage

Japan, Jordan seek news on
fate of Islamic State captives

'Prime Evil' apartheid assassin
wins parole in South Africa

Defense chief says Russia to maintain
military superiority: Interfax

Oil prices slip as output remains
high, producers slash costs

AWS move, disclosure suggest Amazon
yielding more to Wall Street

Bulgaria's first democratically-elected
president Zhelev dies

South African private school firm
denies race segregation charges

EU's Katainen urges Greece to stick
to reforms, signals some flexibility

Bombs in central Baghdad
kill 12: security sources

Islamic State's Egypt wing claims deadliest
attacks in months -official Twitter

Russia will not allow 'military
superiority' over Russia: Interfax

Three U.S. contractors killed in
'insider attack' in Afghanistan

Greece should follow EU
line on Russia: EU's Schulz

Moscow, Washington discuss possible
Kerry visit to Russia: sources

Romney to provide update to
supporters on potential 2016 run

California lawmaker aims
to raise smoking age to 21

Elderly residents die in blizzard-hit
Massachusetts; death toll at least four

Lower gas prices seen fueling U.S.
consumer spending in fourth quarter

Shell says 'optimistic' on
U.S. refinery contract talks

U.S. Democrats set high bar
for supporting Obama on trade

Canada spy agency given more powers
to disrupt terror attacks: media

U.S. armed drone program in
Yemen facing intelligence gaps

Babies found alive in rubble after truck
blast rips through Mexico hospital

Delta Air Lines pilot locked out
of cockpit for Las Vegas landing

U.S.-led air strikes hit Islamic
State targets in Syria and Iraq

China to curb phone, computer
purchases in restive Xinjiang

Obama budget to include $1
billion for Central America

Pilots' trans-Pacific balloon
journey eclipses distance record

Texas executes man for killing
woman, setting her body on fire

Thai vigilantes take up fight
against human trafficking

U.S. sets Feb. 18 for children of
undocumented immigrants to seek status

Louisiana inmate with case before
top U.S. court freed after 30 years

California eases prison
crowding after years of trying

New York couple sentenced to prison
after woman held in apartment

Convicted drug dealer charged in
murder of Hollywood executive

Texas rally by Muslims seeking
tolerance disrupted by protesters

Idaho Republicans reject
gay rights measure

Denver police chief says questions
remain in shooting of teenage girl

NYC public defenders in video
advocate killing police, city finds

Delhi Uber passenger who
alleges driver rape sues in U.S

Man wielding pistol arrested
at Dutch national broadcaster

Boy Scouts settle California abuse
case, averting release of files

Obama budget seeks boost for
military, domestic programs

John McCain calls protesters
'scum,' tells them to 'shut up'

Texas prison bus hit guardrail laying
in road before deadly crash: NTSB

Google fourth-quarter revenue
misses Wall Street target

Venezuelan financier gets 13
years prison in Connecticut fraud

U.S. military pay reforms could
save $12 billion yearly: panel

U.S. lawmakers introduce bill to
promote LGBT rights worldwide

U.S., Colombia arrest 17 accused
of shipping cocaine from Venezuela

Third attack in Egypt kills police officer
in Suez city, toll rises to 27: sources

Poll finds gaping chasm in views
between U.S. public, scientists

Ohio rabbi held on charges of
sexually abusing Maryland girl

U.S. Senate banking chair
says interested in Fed audit

FBI adds suspected Somali-American
militant to 'Most Wanted Terrorist' list

Medical marijuana advocates concerned
by Illinois licensing delay

Keystone XL bill passes in
Senate, faces Obama veto

Survivalist pleads not guilty
in Pennsylvania trooper murder

Twenty-six killed in attacks
in Egypt's North Sinai

Saudi king orders payout to state
employees, reshuffles cabinet

Convicted Fort Hood killer faces
military hearing in Kansas

Second Sinai attack kills major, death toll
from earlier attack rises to 12: sources

Gas truck blast rocks Mexico
hospital; two dead, 66 injured

Woman pleads guilty to Lake
Michigan distress call hoax

EU wins Greek backing to extend Russia
sanctions, delays decision on new steps

U.S. Senate panel advances
Iran sanctions bill

U.S. funding impasse blocks Secret
Service hires: Homeland Security chief

Wife of flogged Saudi blogger
says his health is worsening

Mexico revises hospital gas blast
death toll, says two dead not seven

Iran says nuclear talks with
Europeans 'promising' but no progress

Saudi king reshuffles cabinet
but keeps oil, finance posts

Argentine investigator into
Jewish center bombing buried

Diverted United flight lands safely
in California after burning smell

Six dead, Egyptian state newspaper office
destroyed in Sinai attack: state media

Prominent U.S. judge quits Justice
Dept evidence commission in protest

Obama would veto bill for congressional
approval of Iran deal: spokesman

U.S. lawmakers seek to end
restrictions on travel to Cuba

Opening statements to begin in
decades-old case of missing NYC boy

Prosecutor urges lifting Guantanamo
ban on women guards touching inmate

Russia blacklists four more U.S.
citizens in retaliatory move

Fourth person charged in fatal
2012 Indiana home explosion

EU extends existing Russia sanctions but
Greece brings doubt over new measures

Under-reported conflicts seen
affecting millions in 2015

United Nations to launch inquiry
into deaths of Mali protesters

Hopes of return muted in
devastated Syrian Kurdish town

Violence in Baghdad
suburbs kills 21: sources

Video shows ex-NFLer preparing
before 2013 murder, prosecutors say

UK summons Russian ambassador after
military aircraft disrupt civil aviation

Fugitive treasure hunter wants
to stay in Florida: report

Obama 2016 budget proposes 7
percent spending increase over caps

Lindsey Graham to test 2016
Republican presidential waters

Democratic lawmakers seek swaps
data from JPMorgan, other banks

Jordan still holding prisoner demanded
by Islamic State as deadline passes

Russia says hopes Washington
understands futility of sanctions

U.S. crude drops below $44 as
inventory builds scare market

Italy's Renzi proposes judge as
president, irking Berlusconi

Moscow-hosted Syria talks end,
sides agree only to meet again

Al Qaeda in Syria attacks
Western-backed rebels

Pennsylvania governor bans new
oil/gas leases on state land

Key Democratic senator says wait
until June for Iran sanctions bill

Murder case against ex-NFL player
Aaron Hernandez hits delay

Dartmouth College to ban
hard alcohol on campus

Death toll mounts in intense
clashes in east Ukraine

Time Warner Cable loses
fewer video subscribers

Brawl erupts at Missouri meeting
over black teen killing case

Azerbaijan sentences opposition
journalist to 5 years in jail

Swedish spy who sold Cold War
secrets to Soviets dies at 77

Brent oil up above $49 as
investors look for rebound

Dozens killed in Afghanistan in
attacks on funeral, checkpoint

Russia warns West support for
Kiev could lead to 'catastrophe'

Greece says Dijsselbloem visit
will kick off debt talks

Egyptian prosperity, not
protests, could define Sisi rule

Women hold rally in Cairo to demand
investigation into protestor deaths

U.S. jobless claims drop
sharply to near 15-year low

Exclusive: CDC installing cameras
in labs in agency-wide safety push

Ford profit beats estimates,
but European outlook worsens

Azerbaijan says it shot down Armenian
drone: Yereven denies report

Philippines, Vietnam upgrade ties
in show of unity against China

Brent oil holds above $48 after
U.S. stocks hit record high

Alibaba quarterly revenue
disappoints, shares fall

Sri Lanka's new government
plans fresh war crimes probe

In violent Venezuela, police
killings surge to almost one a day

Ford Motor profit beats street,
maintains 2015 profit forecast

Israel, Hezbollah signal
their flare-up is over

Italian presidential vote to test
Renzi government's stability

Turkey, Lebanon restart Baghdad
flights after shooting, Gulf waits

U.N. says plans future
Libya talks within country

Pelosi says Netanyahu speech to
Congress could hurt Iran talks

Ukraine says five serviceman
killed, 29 wounded in past 24 hours

Suspected al Qaeda gunmen kill two
soldiers in Yemen's oil province

Malaysia declares MH370 an 'accident',
airline to proceed with compensation

Greece misinterpreted over
Russia sanctions: minister

French co-pilot flying AirAsia
jet before crash: investigators

Police find human remains in
suitcase on San Francisco sidewalk

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