Month: June 2018

Zuckerberg, Musk & the Feud Over Artificial Intelligence

Cade Metz, New York TimesAs the tech moguls disagree over the risks presented by something that doesn’t exist yet, all of Silicon Valley is learning about unintended consequences of A.I.

Anthony Bourdain and the Age of Loneliness

Ben Domenech, The FederalistThe sharp knife is a tool: it can take a life, destroy in cruel fashion, but it also has the ability to create incredible things.

What Americans, South Koreans Think About Historic Summit

William Ruger, RCPTonight’s summit in Singapore between Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un, the supreme leader of North Korea, will be reality TV meets international politics with high stakes.

The FBI’s Fractured Fairytale

Sharyl Attkisson, The HillOnce upon a time, the FBI said some thugs planned to rob a bank in town. Thugs are always looking to rob banks. They try all the time. But at this particular time, the FBI was hyper-focused on potential bank robberies in this…

Trump Is Wooing Black Voters & Killing Democratic Party

Rochelle Riley, USA TodayYou’re delusional if you think Donald Trump’s decisions to pardon boxer Jack Johnson and commute Alice Johnson’s sentence aren’t part of a greater plan.

A Skeptical Grassley Really Wants to See the Flynn 302

Byron York, DC ExaminerOn Feb. 15, 2017 — that would be 16 months ago — Senate Judiciary Committee chairman Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, and ranking Democrat Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., asked the Justice Department to turn over the transcr…

Four Steps for a Successful Trump-Kim Summit

Julian Zelizer, CNNBased on his tweets, it is clear that Trump is eager to demonstrate to the world that he can make this work and accomplish what his predecessors failed to do.