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Progressive Review
Since 1964 the news while there's still time to do something about it
Since 1964 the news while there's still time to do something about it

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Britain as a listening post for American phone calls
Activist Post

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The future of vertical farming
Eco Watch

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How Fiorina wants to start World War III
Michael Tomasky, Daily Beast - As Kate Brannen has already noted for the Beast, Fiorina’s military buildup would add $500 billion to an already historically huge Pentagon budget. But it’s far worse than that. This woman is a crackpot warmonger who would sta...

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For profit colleges behind student loan crisis
Shadowproof - A new report by the Brookings Institution claims the recent increases in student loan defaults are tied to an increased use of for-profit colleges. Through researching information from the Treasury Department and other sources, Brookings found...

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What GOP Know Nothings don't know about Planned Parenthood
Robert Reich, Alternet - Over the past six years, in Colorado health department has offered teenagers and low-income women free long-acting birth control that prevents pregnancy over several years. Pregnancy and abortion rates plunged—by about 40 percent am...

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Word: America's role in the refugee crisis
Raed Jarrar is government relations manager at the American Friends Service Committee. From an interview by FAIR. Raed Jarrar - I think that is one of the main issues that’s happening now, the lack of connection between the humanitarian crisis of all of the...

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China's comes up with uber credit score
Fast Coexist -   China's proposals for a "social credit system" don't seem that radical when you read the dry, official plan posted by the government last year... Within all that verbiage, however, is something very radical. China is proposing to assess its...

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Great moments with Jeb Bush
Washington Post - American women weren’t the only ones slighted when Jeb Bush chose a British woman to be the first female on U.S. paper currency. He also offended the second largest ancestry in the United States: Irish Americans. [The Irish-American popula...

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Brain disease found in 87 out of 91 former NFL players
PBS - A total of 87 out of 91 former NFL players have tested positive for the brain disease at the center of the debate over concussions in football, according to new figures from the nation’s largest brain bank focused on the study of traumatic head injury...

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Recovered history: Know Nothings, forerunners of today's GOP
Wikipedia - The Native American Party, renamed in 1855 as American Party, and commonly named Know Nothing movement, was an American political party that operated on a national basis during the mid-1850s. It promised to purify American politics by limiting o...
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