Monthly Archives: April 2018

Crisis Of Confidence

by William Skink How can a political system survive if a majority of people stop participating? From the link: Nearly two-thirds of adult U.S. citizens will stay away from the polls during the coming midterm elections, and they say they … Continue reading

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Humanities At UM Under Attack

by William Skink Don’t be misled by the PR Orwellian newspeak coming from the University of Montana, the recently unveiled “Strategy of Distinction” is an obfuscation of the real intent, which is this: use the budget crisis to take a … Continue reading

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The First Step, Missoula, Is Admitting You Have A Problem

by William Skink Missoula has a tech problem, and part of that problem is Missoula’s leadership doesn’t think we have a tech problem. They think we have tech solutions, and they are therefore falling over themselves to create tech corridors … Continue reading

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Striking Syria

by William Skink No authority sought from Congress. No vote from the UN Security Council. No conclusive evidence of claimed gas attack or time for a thorough investigation. No outcry from the resistance. No critical corporate media reporting framing this … Continue reading

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What’s Going On With Missoula’s Sheriff’s Department?

by William Skink In the Indy’s Etc. column this week a parenthetical comment indicates the Indy hasn’t found the Missoula County Sheriff’s Department to be forthright in providing information. For the record, “following” minor celebrities is near the bottom of … Continue reading

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