Is Donald Trump Tweeting the U.S. Into a War on North Korea?

Is Donald Trump Tweeting the U.S. Into a War on North Korea?

vIs Donald Trump Tweeting the U.S. Into a War on North Korea?

THE POLITICAL BURLESQUE show running at the White House seems to consume the overwhelming majority of attention among cable news pundits and personalities. Such attention is not entirely unfounded given the potential for criminal indictments to hit members of Donald Trump’s family and inner circle. Any issue or scandal with potential to challenge the viability or very existence of the current presidency deserves intense scrutiny. But the rest of the world still exists and U.S. military involvement in an array of wars and conflicts also demands far more coverage than it receives. This has always been true, including under President Barack Obama, but under Trump, the stakes have been raised dramatically.

Källa: Is Donald Trump Tweeting the U.S. Into a War on North Korea?

US in rare bull's-eye for total solar eclipse on Aug. 21 – ABC News

US in rare bull's-eye for total solar eclipse on Aug. 21 - ABC News

US in rare bull’s-eye for total solar eclipse on Aug. 21 – ABC News

It will be tough eclipsing this eclipse.The sun, moon and Earth will line up perfectly in the cosmos on Aug. 21, turning day into night for a few wondrous minutes, its path crossing the U.S. from sea to shining sea for the first time in nearly a century.Never will a total solar eclipse be so heavily viewed and studied — or celebrated.”We’re going to be looking at this event with unprecedented eyes,” promises Alex Young, a solar physicist who is coordinating NASA’s education and public outreach.And the party planning is at full tilt from Oregon to South Carolina.

Källa: US in rare bull’s-eye for total solar eclipse on Aug. 21 – ABC News

US in rare bull’s-eye for total solar eclipse on Aug. 21 – ABC News

US in rare bull's-eye for total solar eclipse on Aug. 21 - ABC News

US in rare bull’s-eye for total solar eclipse on Aug. 21 – ABC News

It will be tough eclipsing this eclipse.The sun, moon and Earth will line up perfectly in the cosmos on Aug. 21, turning day into night for a few wondrous minutes, its path crossing the U.S. from sea to shining sea for the first time in nearly a century.Never will a total solar eclipse be so heavily viewed and studied — or celebrated.”We’re going to be looking at this event with unprecedented eyes,” promises Alex Young, a solar physicist who is coordinating NASA’s education and public outreach.And the party planning is at full tilt from Oregon to South Carolina.

Källa: US in rare bull’s-eye for total solar eclipse on Aug. 21 – ABC News

The paranoid-parent's guide to sharing photos of your kids – Aug. 5, 2017

The paranoid-parent's guide to sharing photos of your kids - Aug. 5, 2017

The paranoid-parent’s guide to sharing photos of your kids – Aug. 5, 2017

When Allison announced her pregnancy to her family, she sent out an ultrasound picture along with a strongly worded warning.”I told my family, if I ever saw a picture of him online they would never see him again in real life.”She has good reason to be strict. A former criminal prosecutor, Allison (a pseudonym) dealt with sex offenders on a regular basis and says she’s seen seemingly innocuous photos of kids used for “twisted purposes.” She has the added worry of criminals potentially seeking retribution and tracking her down online.For anyone in a visible job like acting, politics and journalism, sharing family photos can be fraught. A single picture of a child can be weaponized by anyone with a computer. Just ask journalist David French, who was targeted by alt-right trolls who photoshopped an image of his 7-year-old daughter inside a gas chamber.

Källa: The paranoid-parent’s guide to sharing photos of your kids – Aug. 5, 2017

The paranoid-parent’s guide to sharing photos of your kids – Aug. 5, 2017

The paranoid-parent's guide to sharing photos of your kids - Aug. 5, 2017

The paranoid-parent’s guide to sharing photos of your kids – Aug. 5, 2017

When Allison announced her pregnancy to her family, she sent out an ultrasound picture along with a strongly worded warning.”I told my family, if I ever saw a picture of him online they would never see him again in real life.”She has good reason to be strict. A former criminal prosecutor, Allison (a pseudonym) dealt with sex offenders on a regular basis and says she’s seen seemingly innocuous photos of kids used for “twisted purposes.” She has the added worry of criminals potentially seeking retribution and tracking her down online.For anyone in a visible job like acting, politics and journalism, sharing family photos can be fraught. A single picture of a child can be weaponized by anyone with a computer. Just ask journalist David French, who was targeted by alt-right trolls who photoshopped an image of his 7-year-old daughter inside a gas chamber.

Källa: The paranoid-parent’s guide to sharing photos of your kids – Aug. 5, 2017

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