Legacy of Jean Baudrillard. A breath of fresh amidst pandemia and world of simulation

 “Pataphysician at twenty – situationist at thirty – utopian at forty – transversal at fifty – viral and metaleptic at sixty – the whole of my history.” Jean Baudrillard Jean Baudrillard, the French thinker, is one of the dazzling figures who is hard to describe. Some “classify” him as a sociologist, cultural theorist, philosopher, scientist, […]

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Who are the famous people who have infected with Corona around the world?

Leaders in politics, Hollywood celebrities, and sports stars got sick. How did they get infected? all the details Many well-known people around the world infected in Coronavirus, which continues to spread to more countries collecting victims. It’s not “FAKE NEWS”I was standing in Georgetown.A man walked up to me and said, “You’re covering the Coronavirus? […]

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The Worst U.S. States For Corruption

A new report has been released by the University of Chicago, highlighting levels of public sector corruption in U.S. cities and states. It was co-authored by UIC professor and political advisor Dick Simpson and is based on an analysis of public corruption statistics from the Department of Justice. There was a grand total of 19,634 public corruption convictions […]

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Judge blocks executive order giving veto power to state and local officials in refugee resettlement

Press Release JUDGE BLOCKS EXECUTIVE ORDER GIVING VETO POWER TO STATE AND LOCAL OFFICIALS IN REFUGEE RESETTLEMENT Three faith-based resettlement agencies brought the challenge against the unprecedented order  (Greenbelt, MD) – Today, a federal judge issued a preliminary injunction in the lawsuit HIAS v. Trump, blocking an executive order that for the first time in the […]

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