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Adorable photos of children around the world with their favorite toys:

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Arafa and Aisha, 5, Bububu, Zanzibar, Tanzania
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yes it is. I remembered that toy 
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New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez is petty, vindictive, and weak on policy. Sound familiar?
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She seems, according to this article, like a cold hearted cutthroat popularity-thirsty woman. She doesn't appear to know anything about policy, relying on her advisor to run things while she is a fundraising figurehead. No one seems to like her and no one, not even her own party, seems to respect her.

I hope she runs in a national campaign. Once her closet is open there's no hiding all these skeletons. Sarah Palin learned this lesson the hard way. Being a thug in a small place doesn't mean you're prepared to play with the big boys. 
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Science is so cool.
This week's "Cosmos" explained how plants produce clean energy...and how our inferior energy technologies produce climate change.
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If you were watching Game of Thrones, Fox has to get you off of that and onto their show.  Game of Threat.
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"Today’s decision eviscerates our Nation’s campaign finance laws, leaving a remnant incapable of dealing with the grave problems of democratic legitimacy that those laws were intended to resolve," according to the dissent.
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2 part solution
A) fine, let them donate all they like. But have donations placed in escrow, overseen by a curator, each registered party must appoint their own finance chief, campaigns required to establish equity in spending with one another, surplus when the smoke clears to Dept.of Education
B) new federal USC title18, any public official, federal, state, or local, elected or appointed, misappropriating any taxpayer $, conviction requiring 20 year prison term, no parole, no plea bargains, no prosecutorial discretion.

That might just dampen the oligarchies enthusiasm.
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Hobby Lobby's retirement plan had more than $73 million invested in funds with stakes in contraception makers.
When Hobby Lobby filed its case against Obamacare's contraception mandate, its retirement plan had more than $73 million invested in funds with stakes in contraception makers.
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+Harry Kutner  You and others said the corporation can't make a person do anything.  Government does.  Gov't enforces the laws. (As it should be).
Taken one step further - When the gov't forces the corporation to go against their religious ideas, the government is fascist. The corporation is being given the same rights as a person now.   At least this is my understanding.

I say when the corporation changes a law, via the supreme court, via the Citizen's United decision,  to fit their religious ideas, they are in a sense making the laws or at least changing the law to fit their personal/corporate religious idea and blurring the separation of government and religion.  The corporation has now taken control of the law over the government, via Citizen's United. The corporation is making the law in one sense, usurping the legislative power of government.   That fits my definition of Corporatacracy/ Fascism.   
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Last April 17, an explosion at a fertilizer plant in West, Texas, killed 15 people, injured at least 200, and destroyed dozens of homes, schools, and a nursing home. In the wake of the disaster, we wondered: Can we locate the industrial sites in your community where similar incidents might occur?
One year after the fertilizer explosion in West, Texas, pinpointing potentially hazardous sites remains tricky.
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Yesterday there was an implosion in Provo, Utah that killed 8 million Hostgator and Bluehost customer websites. Where's the outrage, MoJo?
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"God is literally screaming at the world: 'I'm coming soon.'" 

This is literally not true.
Some evangelicals are reading too much into tonight's full lunar eclipse.
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I'm coming for you while you sleep, locusts, boils, heads spinning backwards. You will puke green, and you will tell your "holy men" that there mammas sew socks that smelllllll. MUAHAHAGAHA
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Did Texas Oilmen kill JFK over oil subsidies?! 

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Perhaps...
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This is incredibly powerful.
"Dear Harvard: I am writing to let you know that I give up."
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like at penn state shower room gay sex with boys unimportant compared to profits and contributions too football program and add sex with females well think if they would screw boys for funds well think about it
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On Saturday, gay marriage became legal in jolly old England.

Mazel tov!
"Since we're committed for life, we feel it's really important to take that step, and take advantage of that amazing change in legislation."
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Did he invite Rush Limbaugh?

Feh. Over Elton John.
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