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A new book shines some light on the violent radicals of the 1970s but misses their biggest impact on American politics.
A new book shines some light on the violent radicals of the 1970s but misses their biggest impact on American politics.
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Imagine what it's like to confront the men who murdered your brother. Now imagine that the murderers are some of the most powerful and celebrated members of society, free to boast about their crimes with impunity. That’s the premise of Joshua Oppenheimer’s new documentary, The Look of Silence, which opened in theaters yesterday.
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interesting. powerful.
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WATCH: Many young Indiana drivers were surprised to learn the state had banned them from using cellphones while driving. The lawmakers who voted for the ban were also surprised.
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In the name of ensuring compliance with local recycling laws, a number of cities are using cameras, Radio-Frequency Identification chips, and even deputizing trash collectors with the task of judging a person's garbage-sorting techniques as legal or worthy of a fine. 
To ensure compliance with recycling laws, municipalities are recording and storing info on citizens' trash.
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+Russell Burnett
"I don't do this sort of thing"???  What, put words in people's comments and tell them what is they think, stand for and how they vote?  You do it all the time....Self righteous and bullshit commentary......You don't ask people where they stand on issues, you make assumptions and statements about others all the time....

Recycling is a good thing, but it is not necessary to create bureaucracy and agencies to goose step all over the place, so much so that the government wants to monitor my garbage.....
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The University of Cincinnati police officers charged for murdering Samuel DuBose were involved in previous death of another unarmed black man.
Family settled in case of man Tasered and restrained at university hospital in 2010.
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"Accessory to murder after the fact" seems like the right charge for these two and for the FOP official that has been lying for them also.
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Administrators at the University of New Hampshire have taken down the Bias-Free Language Guide, likely in response to widespread mockery from an ideologically diverse range of critics.
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Done right, paid hunts for endangered animals can be a huge boon for conservation.
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+David Kotschessa did you bother reading the article?
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The PRIME Act is intended “to enable local farmers to sell their products to local consumers without all of the red tape and expense [posed by] the federal government.”
A great new bi-partisan House bill would wrest control over intrastate meat slaughter from the USDA.
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Did Wickard and Filburn live in vain?
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Hundreds of human-rights orgs, sex workers, and allies kindly ask Lena Dunham et al. to STFU about prostitution.
Sex workers around the world are not taking lightly to a celebrity campaign against decriminalizing prostitution.
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That certain type of feminist mindset is more concerned with a hypothetical philosophical claim that women will be seen as less than, a claim that is wholly skeptical and dubious, than the actual safety of sex workers, liberty of sex consumers and the stigmatization of sex.

The reason these feminist types and the religious right agree on so much is because they have the same goals sex-wise.
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The federal government shelled out $2.4 billion in loans to a series of non-profit health plans under Obamacare, but now they’re struggling to stay alive.
Inspector General's report warns that billions in federal loans might not be repaid.
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You defend it all the time, liar.  Obsession?  Don't flatter yourself....I don't like fucking liars, you're a fucking liar....
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It's rare to see federal agencies recommend against more economic regulation, so let's all just savor this small victory a moment.
Licensing restrictions cost millions of American jobs and raise consumer costs by billions say federal officials in new report.
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I want a Licensed PE!
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WATCH: "We're asking that teachers be able to decide for ourselves, without fear or coercion, whether or not to join or fund a union. It's that simple." -- Rebecca Friedrichs, a veteran public school teacher in Buena Park, Califorina.
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+Reason Glad you got the spelling of coercion right this time. If you hadn't had to suffer under the influence of those damned unions your grade school teachers belonged to, you'd probably have spelled it right in the vid descriptor too!
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