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When you combine prosecutorial immunity with reviews driven by convictions, this is what you get. Defense attorneys enjoy no such immunity, so why should prosecutors? It's time we held them responsible for their mistakes too. Get rid of prosecutorial immunity.

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+Ana Kasparian Alcohol does make you fall asleep, but the quality of the sleep is reduced and you end up waking up in the middle of the night. Light that has higher levels of blue, like the kind from cell phones and laptop screens, is likely to keep you awake. Medicines are generally bad for insomnia, but you can try them. Doctors will suggest clearing your mind and counting backwards from 800 or so also helps. It is supposed that you cannot make it to zero and still be awake. I've never been able to personally. California might be able to offer you a compound that works very well, but it's available with less hassle in Colorado and Washington.

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Every police force should be doing officer performance reviews based on crime rate reduction and citizen reports, rather than simply based on arrests and convictions.

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Sorry to say, but Michael Prysner is not a good advocate for socialism. It sounds like he is simply spouting off talking points. He doesn't seem to be addressing the points made by Wayne Root. There are so many ways that he could have totally eviscerated Root by attacking the basic premise of free-markets as being a utopian fantasy point by point. I wonder how well Root would have fared against a more formidable adversary like Noam Chomsky.

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+Hemant Mehta The problem I have is knowing the difference between an incredibly powerful alien, or god. Put another way--what if one day we advanced to the point of being able to create a universe ourselves. Would we be morally just in requiring or even desiring that those independent sentient beings present within it to worship us? Would simply being the creators of said universe grant us any moral say in their actions? Would it be just to claim we could send them to suffer for eternity for eating shellfish? Might cannot make right. I don't think any being can truly be worthy of worship.

Nonetheless, I think your answer cuts to the heart of the matter: show us the evidence and we will accept it.

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This is exactly what cops everywhere should do when asked to do tyrannical things in the name of the state.
9:04am Police take off their riot gear and lay them on the ground #BANGCOCK
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Yep.

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Awesomeness

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I suppose no one else here has the sense to realize that Hitler was anti-union. He only allowed unions to exist because they were useful to him at the time. See Mein Kampf. Sounds pro-union to at first to a naive reader.

"...I am convinced that we cannot possibly dispense with the trades unions. On the contrary, they are among the most important institutions in the economic life of the nation. Not only are they important in the sphere of social policy but also, and even more so, in the national political sphere."

But keep reading:

"...Whoever could have succeeded at that time in overthrowing the Marxist unions to make way for the triumph of the National Socialist corporative [sic] idea, which would then take the place of the ruinous class warfare – such a person would be fit to rank with the very greatest men our nation has produced and his bust should be installed in the Valhalla at Regensburg for the admiration of posterity."
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