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Student loan schemes originally proposed by the Clinton administration have proven as ruinous as expected once adopted by the Obama administration
Student loan schemes originally proposed by the Clinton administration have proven as ruinous as expected once adopted by the Obama administration
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WATCH: When it come to immigration and the Trans-Pacific Partnership, Republicans and Democrats sound more like South Park rednecks than statesmen.
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Oh, so that means they shouldn't be allowed to vote? Why not just ban left-wing politicians from holding office?
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It's a good bet that California's gun owners, and their guns, are here to stay
In California, one gun was sold for every 39 state residents just last year.
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BREAKING.....Freddie Gray death ruled homicide, all cops involved being charged
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+Marcus Garveyite says, "Rubbish!"

Wow.  Great rebuttal.
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"While not as freshly impressive as its predecessor, Avengers: Age of Ultron is still an entertaining superhero picture."
Joss Whedon, Robert Downey Jr., Scarlett Johansson, and company versus the looming Marvel mothership.
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WATCH: "We live in a world of big data. And people talk about big data all the time. But until data is actually sorted in a way that makes sense – and truly open, so that people can have access to it – the fact that we're surrounded by data doesn't change much."
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Anonymous sources talk after police send their investigative findings to prosecutors.
Anonymous sources talk after police send their investigative findings to prosecutors.
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you see him stand on his own right before the van.
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Charm City activists react to the Freddie Gray indictments.
Charm City activists react to the Freddie Gray indictments.
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Cops, prosecutors, and spies do not like encryption, because it makes their jobs harder. The appropriate response to that concern is: Too bad. 
"Just follow the damn Constitution," Ted Lieu suggests.
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"But that means work!"
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People who care deeply about global free speech won't soon forget that a collection of prestigious American authors chose the occasion of a mass murder to advocate illiberal principles and slander the dead.
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Bully is as bully does. The shear lack of imagination is not exclusive.Maybe Hollywood can make some money on it!
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No matter what happened to Freddie Gray, the government can't afford to afford police the privileges it does.
No matter what happened to Freddie Gray government can't afford to afford police the privileges it does.
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+Rick Heil Your assumption about what happens when cops stop being so aggressive is incorrect. It turns out that crime levels do not rise.
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They won't do it again. Next time, they'll try something different.
They won't do it again. Next time, they'll try something different.
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Oops my bad,it was Lois Lerner ,that was supervisor at the IRS .I had the names mixed up !
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