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A bottom-up resistance to the commodification of water in the Republic of Ireland is picking up steam, and could vastly impact the country's political landscape.
The grassroots campaign against water charges in Ireland is politicizing people discouraged by politics as usual and turning into full-scale resistance to austerity.
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I say you can have any idiosyncracies you want about who you let in your home where you and your family live.  But these people ran a Bed and Breakfast as a business, not a side hustle.  So they should be open to all comers just like a hotel.  

And on the Christian tip, do they evict unmarried couples who wish to stay there? 
 
"The host in question has been removed from the site. Airbnb has clear guidelines that a host or a guest may not promote hate or bigotry." - Airbnb statement
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Oh yeah, it is on in Long Beach
 
Patti LaBelle to headline at Long Beach Gay Pride festival http://dlvr.it/9gQfh6
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"Since Aug. 9, 2014, when Officer Darren Wilson of the Ferguson Police Department shot and killed Michael Brown, Mckesson and a core group of other activists have built the most formidable American protest movement of the 21st century to date. Their innovation has been to marry the strengths of social media — the swift, morally blunt consensus that can be created by hashtags; the personal connection that a charismatic online persona can make with followers; the broad networks that allow for the easy distribution of documentary photos and videos — with an effort to quickly mobilize protests in each new city where a police shooting occurs."
On the evening of April 25 at the corner of Pratt and Light Streets, in Baltimore's revitalized downtown district, more than 100 police officers in riot gear stood shoulder to shoulder, shields up. Six officers on horseback fidgeted behind them, staring down at a crowd of about 40, ...
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*Doesn't each calf get a microchip implant when it is born?  And doesn't the buyer of the beef have to scan each animal's microchip to make sure the person selling the animal to the buyer is actually the rightful owner? *

Even if it is not microchips, I thought that is what brands were for.
 
The farm owner thinks someone took his good cattle and replaced some of them with cheaper cows so no one would notice.
Farm owner thinks someone took his good cattle and replaced them with cheaper cows
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Rock Camp SoCal look to empower LGBT youth in Long Beach http://dlvr.it/9gSLng
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Imagine what would have happened if police didn't show up ready for a riot to take place. Perhaps a riot wouldn't have happened if they weren't there to instigating it.
If mainstream media had reported what several school teachers and students' parents saw with their own eyes, the public would be aware that police inflamed the situation and in fact, deliberately herded young people into a crowd they could use their riot gear against. To make matters worse, police likely violated many of the so-called rioters' constitutional rights.
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Progressive people of faith are everywhere.
 
Labor MP Ed Husic became the first Muslim to be elected to the Australian Parliament in 2010 and earlier today he went public with his support for the legalization of same-sex marriage in Australia
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Paul Krugman responded to fellow New York Times columnist David Brooks’ recent piece, arguing that the attention paid to the racial components of the recent unrest in Baltimore obscures the fact its root causes — both in the black community and America at large — are economic.
He cited the work of sociologist William Julius Wilson, who argued that social changes in the black community were the result of the disappearance of jobs capable of providing a living wage in the inner cities. Wilson predicted that a similar disappearance in other communities would lead to an identical effect — and it turns out he was correct.
Krugman bemoaned the commentator’s crutch of blaming the poor for their poverty and the resulting social ills, writing that “[s]hrugging your shoulders as you attribute it all to values is an act of malign neglect,” because “[t]he poor don’t need lectures on morality, they need more resources…and better economic opportunities.”
"What’s striking on a national basis is the way class disparities in death rates are soaring even among whites"
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Misclassified port truck drivers will soon be hired by Eco Flow Transportation as employees instead of independent contractors in an effort to promote peace and "maximize efficient utilization of truck assets in order to reduce congestion and diesel emissions."
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Attempting to be authentic online, but it ain't easy
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I am a progressive who believes in personal responsibility.
I am a United Church Of Christ member who is pro science.
I am a patriot who believes the United States has some deep flaws on which its people need to work.
I am a heterosexual female who is attracted to men but annoyed by male privilege.

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