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She'll probably still win the Democratic primary and I'll probably still vote for her over the big bag of crazy that is the Republican primary, but I don't have to like it.
 
Clinton's unwillingness to release the transcripts is another sign of her longstanding resistance to transparency.
Clinton's unwillingness to release the transcripts is another sign of her longstanding resistance to transparency.
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The royal family of American politics , the Bush family and The Clinton's 
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"For a market system to work well, in particular for a financial system to work well, we need to have rule of law, not only today, but also in the future. People should expect that the law is respected, that there is no arbitrariness, that regulation is done in a proper, unbiased way."
One economist argues that a fair and competitive banking sector can exist—but only if dismissive academics and a skeptical public hear each other out.
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here the porblem with banks
if their 1o bucks out their,
and banks lean out all 10 bucks people are going to pay interest on loans that up to 12 bucks. it impossible because only 10 bucks out their?
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Saletan uses the bad habits of the anti- #GMO  folks as a teachable moment. 
It’s gut-check time for the anti-GMO movement. In the past couple of years, some of the  country’s best science journalists—Amy Harmon, Nathanael Johnson, Keith Kloor, Michael Specter, and others—have shredded many of the movement’s claims and arguments. Three weeks ago Slate poked more holes in the case for banning or...
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Are police just “doing their jobs” and being unfairly and unjustly maligned because of a few “isolated cases” of abuse and shooting of criminal black suspects? In defense of police on the charge of bias leading to the high rate of violence and...
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We have more available for discerning the truth than ever before, and yet we have less ability to do so.

As the amount of information increases, the theoretical ability to get closer to the truth continues to increase. However, we become ever more dependent on narrow expertise and must take more and more on the faith that these experts and their interpretations are correct. This obviously doesn't sit well with many people.

The polymath has been dead for a long time, but at least in the recent past one had some hope of arriving at a truth of some sort. Now consensus is hard even in one's own mind. People have a hard time living in perpetual ambiguity and it becomes ever easier to selectively use the wealth of available information to arrive at a truth that suits the searcher.

I sometimes wonder if we're arriving at the limits of human cognition as a society. Time will tell...
In “The Internet of Us,” Michael P. Lynch sees threats to our capacity to reason. Credit Illustration by Matthieu Bourel
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"For a market system to work well, in particular for a financial system to work well, we need to have rule of law, not only today, but also in the future. People should expect that the law is respected, that there is no arbitrariness, that regulation is done in a proper, unbiased way."
One economist argues that a fair and competitive banking sector can exist—but only if dismissive academics and a skeptical public hear each other out.
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Look financial community need some form of check and blanance keep in line.If not let go wild they more harm don't pay. Have noticed under both Presidents Clinton & Obama but won't get for that . Their shareholders enjoying get those profits.
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I am and have long been an unabashed advocate of carbon taxes and gas taxes, but... I have a concern that not enough attention is being paid to the innovation function for clean energy. Right now clean energy prices are marching steadily downward in the form of declining solar costs, my [...]
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