When Fox News viewers flip to CNN, their opinions shift too, study finds | Berkeley News
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This is what the print newspapers were like in 1800’s USA… organizing precinct by precinct can still win – regardless of slanted press media…
What does the drastic decline in insect populations mean for our lives? The Guardian’s Oliver Milman talks about these miraculous creatures
— Read on www.theguardian.com/news/audio/2022/apr/11/insect-crisis-where-did-all-the-bugs-go-podcast
Americans are more likely to blame Democrats than Republicans for the hike.
— Read on abcnews.go.com/Politics/americans-blame-vladimir-putin-oil-companies-high-gas/story
A group of Ukrainians has been greeted on P.E.I. with an outpouring of support from locals offering temporary housing.
— Read on www.cbc.ca/news/canada/prince-edward-island/pei-ukranian-refugees-housing-1.6413758
Marina Dubrova, an English teacher on the Russian island of Sakhalin in the Pacific, showed an uplifting YouTube video to her eighth-grade class last month in which children, in Russian and Ukrainian, sing about a “world without war.”
After she played it, a group of girls stayed behind during recess and quizzed her on her views.
“Ukraine is a separate country, a separate one,” Dubrova, 57, told them.
“No longer,” one of the girls shot back.
A few days later, the police came to her school in the port town of Korsakov. In court, she heard a recording of that conversation, apparently made by one of the students. The judge handed down a $400 fine for “publicly discrediting” Russia’s Armed Forces. The school fired her, she said, for “amoral behavior.”
“It’s as though they’ve all plunged into some kind of madness,” Dubrova said in a phone interview, reflecting on the pro-war mood around her.
Source: Spurred by Putin, Russians turn on one another over the war | The Japan Times