BALLS: May Notable News
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BALLS: May Notable News

By Victor Schultz Hello again, and welcome to your curated list of news articles worth your time and thoughts. This month, delve into a follow up to a concern we examined before, consider whether the ends justify the means, mull over the amazing ability of humans to get in our own way, and note concerning … Continue reading

BALLS: April Notable News
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BALLS: April Notable News

By Victor Schultz Welcome once again to the tumultuous collection of news that you should know about. Chinese tech giant Huawei has been under an increasing amount of scrutiny as its products and officials are investigated by multiple nations. Foreign Affairs has some in-depth coverage of the concerns about Huawei and the potential conflicts of … Continue reading

BALLS: March Notable News
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BALLS: March Notable News

By Victor Schultz Your curated list of current events, so that you can contribute at the next dinner gala and really impress Helen. (Her husband is a newspaper editor so she always is talking about news. You enjoy hearing her talk, but she’s not very vocal about anything except recent and newsworthy matters. Her voice … Continue reading

Suu Kyi ga suki?
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Suu Kyi ga suki?

By Victor Schultz If you’re not an avid fan of world politics, the name Aung San Suu Kyi is probably unfamiliar to you. It’s equally likely that you have no strong feelings on whether the Republic of the Union of Myanmar is called “Myanmar” or “Burma.” Even without a strong interest in world politics, the … Continue reading

ReKNEWable Energy
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ReKNEWable Energy

By: Victor Schultz Folks, it’s 2018. In the past twenty years or so, we’ve been building slow momentum towards replacing our energy sources with sustainable options. Those options have remained fairly consistent; wind, solar, and hydro remain the most practical solutions to generating “clean” energy. We’ve known about these options for awhile. Efforts to transition to … Continue reading