Inhumanity in the Name of Jesus: Catholic Dogma Which Led to the Holocaust also Led to the Cover-Up of Clergy Sex Abuse

New book argues that it is the history and magisterium of the Catholic Church which made the Holocaust possible and the cover-up of clergy sex abuse inevitable. SPRING VALLEY, NEW YORK, USA, March 21, 2018 /⁨EINPresswire.com⁩/ — G.R. Pafumi has … VISIT THE SOURCE ARTICLE…

Cyber attacks, nuclear war, and a global market crash: These are the 9 biggest flashpoints threatening the world economy

Reuters This year is one of change and upheaval in the world. The USA has a president unlike any other in its history, Britain is undertaking one of the biggest changes in its political life with Brexit, and a nuclear war in North Korea cannot…

Oregon Steps Up to the Plate on Network Neutrality This Month

It should not be surprising that arguably the biggest mistake in Internet policy history is going to invoke a vast political response. Since the FCC repealed federal Open Internet Order in December, many states have attempted to fill the void. With a new bill that…

Driving the Industry Forward – Intent-Based Networking Innovations

Last year, Cisco made history. Intent-based networking promised a revolution in network automation, advanced analytics and assurance, data security, and licensing. And we delivered! The Catalyst 9000 was recognized by CRN as the overall network product of 2017. Analysts, partners, and Wall Street are embracing…

It’s Breakaway Time for Cisco HyperFlex

Cisco has a strong history of entering data center markets and driving industry transformation. We are continuing that momentum with Cisco HyperFlex Platform for Multicloud. In just over a year since Cisco shipped its first Cisco HyperFlex system, we have achieved #3 in worldwide market…

The History of Stock Quotes

In honor of all the fervor around Bitcoin, we thought it would be fun to revisit the role finance has had in the history of technology even before the Internet came around. This was adapted from a post which originally appeared on the Eager blog….