Keith Schumann
Keith Schumann

Apple TV Rumors: Big Changes in Television May be Just Around the Corner

The forthcoming new Apple TV may not be the game changer media hype has made it out to be, but that doesn't mean it won't have the potential to change how we watch television.

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Romney Israel Trip: Mitt Romney Iran Policy Supporting Israel Iran Attack is Not News

This weekend, Mitt Romney's foreign policy adviser made headlines by seeming to indicate support for a preemptive strike on Iran. Here's why this isn't the news it seems.
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Iran iPhones Show the Trouble With Sanctions

The recent spate of news pieces on Iran and hip consumer electronics brings to forefront questions about the ultimate aim of the sanctions policies against Iran.
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Invasion of Privacy: FBI Used AT&T and Verizon to Spy on 1.3 Million Americans in 2011

Last week revealed the disturbing extent of US law enforcement's use of cell phone providers' data on customers. But don't expect a turning point for a society marching towards surveillance.
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Francois Hollande Has Destroyed German Dominance in the EU

France's President Sarkozy and Germany's Chancellor Merkel were once considered so close they were dubbed Merkozy. Sarkozy's successor has changed things, but how much?
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Obama Iran Policy Tested Ahead of Election 2012: War Unlikely

There is indication of rising tensions between the US and Iran following the re-starting of talks after Istanbul. With this in mind, what is the future of Iran's nuclear program?

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Gay Pride 2012: Same-Sex Marriage and Queer Justice Take Center Stage at New York LGBT Parade

What's the point of the Gay Pride Parade, you ask? Pushing back against the de-sexualization of queers and the prevailing anti-LGBT system.