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Prosecuting individuals for insulting religion puts Jordan in a tough spot between a largely conservative society demanding justice and... http://trib.al/toHqOEL
Prosecuting individuals for insulting religion puts Jordan in a tough spot between a largely conservative society demanding justice and the nation's international commitments to human rights.
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A lawyer described by Houston's mayor as 'disgruntled' shot at passing motorists in Houston, hitting six people and injuring another... http://trib.al/Zfw3dCL
A lawyer described by Houston's mayor as 'disgruntled' shot at passing motorists in Houston, hitting six people and injuring another three with glass or debris.
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disgruntled my ass, he was a terrorist.
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Jamesha Caldwell, a senior in the International Baccalaureate program at Baltimore City College high school, offers one example why... http://trib.al/45UoNfn
Jamesha Caldwell, a senior in the International Baccalaureate program at Baltimore City College high school, offers one example why 'students' shouldn't be lumped as one interchangeable category.
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Prosecuting individuals for insulting religion puts Jordan in a tough spot between a largely conservative society demanding justice and... http://trib.al/1rBEqVg
Prosecuting individuals for insulting religion puts Jordan in a tough spot between a largely conservative society demanding justice and the nation's international commitments to human rights.
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The 'Snowden' biopic is reviving the global privacy debate. But for anyone who thinks it's dead, the notion that individuals want... http://trib.al/jKHHhIn
The 'Snowden' biopic is reviving the global privacy debate. But for anyone who thinks it's dead, the notion that individuals want control over their personal information is hardly passé.
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The article doesn't explain why privacy is not dead, only that people want it.   It should talk instead about how to overturn our police state so we can have privacy.
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Duverger’s law is a political theory that says democracies with single-member legislative districts and winner-take-all voting tend to... http://trib.al/T7HzRF0
Duverger’s law is a political theory that says democracies with single-member legislative districts and winner-take-all voting tend to favor a two-party system.
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Most presidential debates don’t swing the race, but on Monday night, Donald Trump vs. Hillary Clinton could be pivotal – as was the... http://trib.al/lyeMMWK
Most presidential debates don’t swing the race, but on Monday night, Donald Trump vs. Hillary Clinton could be pivotal – as was the first televised debate in 1960.
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Ohio voter purge declared unconstitutional. Colorado finds cases of voter fraud. How significant are concerns about voter fraud? http://trib.al/tTU8Cjp
Ohio voter purge declared unconstitutional. Colorado finds cases of voter fraud. How significant are concerns about voter fraud?
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Surveys suggest that American Jewish voters support Hillary Clinton 3-to-1. A new video darkly reminds older Jewish voters of Nazi Germany. http://trib.al/Xkz7eXa
Surveys suggest that American Jewish voters support Hillary Clinton 3-to-1. A new video darkly reminds older Jewish voters of Nazi Germany.
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Jewish Commies, no surprise.
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The Federal Bureau of Investigation's annual crime report found that last year saw an increase in violent crimes, but that 2015 still... http://trib.al/JSgGSWX
The Federal Bureau of Investigation's annual crime report found that last year saw an increase in violent crimes, but that 2015 still represented the third-lowest year for violent crime since the 1990s.
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Plans to build a monument in Montgomery, Ala., to victims of lynchings between 1877 and 1950, as well as an accompanying museum, were... http://trib.al/34r8ytl
Plans to build a monument in Montgomery, Ala., to victims of lynchings between 1877 and 1950, as well as an accompanying museum, were announced by a nonprofit group. It hopes to open both in 2017.
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+Michael Tefft No.
You could raise the money for that tho. Get on it! 
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“Zinger” is one of many political words originating in the sports world. But by 1970, as political discourse became less civil and more... http://trib.al/GxHjwyy
“Zinger” is one of many political words originating in the sports world. But by 1970, as political discourse became less civil and more confrontational, it turned into a catchy synonym for a barbed quip.
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Yes, +Ann Best exhibits the best of the intellectual depth and breadth of progressives. And Hillary talks about 'basket of deplorables'? smh
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