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Ed Gamble
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Tim Cook, the C.E.O. of Apple, has strongly objected to a court’s order that the company must help the F.B.I. access the phone of one of the San Bernardino shooters. Credit Photograph by David Paul Morris / Bloomberg via Getty
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"Google achieves one of the long-standing “grand challenges” of AI by building a computer that can beat expert players at the board game Go."
Google achieves one of the long-standing “grand challenges” of AI by building a computer that can beat expert players at the board game Go.
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Lawmakers Showing Support for 3D Printed Guns - Cato, EFF, Congressman Massie stand up to the arbitrary, regulatory nightmare facing Defense Distributed.
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...and anarchists are cute!
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Over the years, I've latched on to several images that do a very good job of capturing the essence of an issue. Here are some of my favorites. The philoso-raptor explaining supply-side economics. T...
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Intresting read and I agree with it.
+M.L. McCarren​ check this out
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I got news for you, the're all corrupt!
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Wow, even the DC Police Chief, well known as a violator of individual rights, appears to have changed her tune: “That’s kind of counterintuitive to what cops always tell people, right? We always tell people, ‘Don’t … don’t take action. Call 911. Don’t intervene in the robbery’ … We’ve never told people, ‘Take action.’ It’s a different … scenario,” Lanier told CBS.
How does this work if the officers own actions were the proximate cause of his own death? ‪#‎CopLogic‬ Details:
“If you’re a terrorist, you want unarmed citizens." In the wake of recent shootings, police chiefs across the country urge citizens to arm themselves and fight back.
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"Among the most elementary of moral truisms is the principle of universality: we must apply to ourselves the same standards we do to others, if not more stringent ones. It is a remarkable comment on Western intellectual culture that this principle is so often ignored and, if occasionally mentioned, condemned as outrageous." Noam Chomsky, Failed States: The Abuse of Power and the Assault on Democracy, 2010
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    2014 - 2015
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    1996 - 2014
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    1991 - 1996
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Psychiatric drug use in preschoolers stabilizing

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Sarah Stillman: The Use and Abuse of Civil Forfeiture

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