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Kind of makes you think, no?
From The New York Times (almost verbatim) The Drone That Killed My Grandson  By Giuseppe Andino Milan, Italy — I LEARNED that my 16-year-old grandson, Luigi — a United States citizen — had been killed by an America...
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Heartbreaking, powerful, must-hear BBC report on US Poverty. Please listen & repost: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p00nm3fm#synopsis
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Lou Dobbs jumps the shark (again). Is Lou jealous that the Lorax's orange skin looks better than Lou's orange hair?

http://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/fox-business-lou-dobbs-bashes-animated-movies-lorax-secret-world-arrietty-indoctrinating-children-liberal-agenda-article-1.1026738
In the Dr. Seuss book, the Lorax speaks for trees, "for the trees have no tongues." Lou Dobbs, on the other hand, most definitely has a tongue and he's not afraid to wield it against the beloved child...
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This is so beautifully meta: Santorum's "Rombo" ad ends with Romney smearing himself with a Santorum-like substance.

http://www.policymic.com/articles/4266/rombo-ad-is-a-smart-way-for-rick-santorum-to-retaliate-against-mitt-romney-in-michigan
The "Rombo" ad aims to take advantage of social media to go around the money barriers in this primary race. It's strategic gold.
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I support ~90% of the POTUS' policies, but this is in the 10%. Credit to Glenn Greenwald for hammering on this issue http://www.salon.com/2012/02/08/repulsive_progressive_hypocrisy/singleton/
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Brilliant: "When you harvest as much content as we do, there are bound to be some fatalities," Huffington said. "That's just part of the job."

http://www.theonion.com/articles/huffington-post-employee-sucked-into-aggregation-t,27244/
NEW YORK—Shocked and saddened witnesses at the Huffington Post's news-aggregation facility have confirmed that employee Henry Evers, 25, died Wednesday ...
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Love it! Will aggregate it immediately on my blog ;-)
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My take: to paraphrase Dr. King, the arc of the internet bends towards freedom.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/libertycentral/2012/apr/16/china-censorship-internet-freedom. (via @jacobwe)
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Must-read Guardian piece on geopolitics of Internet censorship:

http://www.guardian.co.uk/technology/2012/apr/15/commotion-wireless-new-america-foundation
In the first part of a series on the struggle to control the internet, Oliver Burkeman finds out why the US is spending millions to help activists communicate
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"Two Polls Show a Santorum Surge" Apparently polling really IS a dirty business...

http://thecaucus.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/02/13/two-polls-show-a-santorum-surge/?hp
A Pew survey also shows that Mitt Romney's efforts to court conservatives has hurt him with independent voters.
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It must be depressing to be a Republican these days. I thought the Gore/Kerry era was the bottom, but clearly there are depths yet unplumbed.

The eventual GOP candidate will be an eyeless crab that feeds from hydrothermal vents.
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The Obama administration last month unveiled new rules requiring insurance plans at some religious institutions to provide free contraception to their employees.
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There's so little chance to resist the temptation of abortion when you use contraception. Give the Catholics credit: they've made a sport out of it.
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