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Jeff Ehrhart
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“We're in this exciting moment where we've had 40 years of being ‘tough on crime,’ and we've finally come to recognize that it really hasn't worked very well,” says sociologist Alice Goffman bluntl...
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Geologic evidence proves that the Earth has experienced five mass extinctions in its past: Cataclysmic events that wiped out at least half of all species on the planet. At the current rate of species decline, scientists warn that the Earth is at the brink of a sixth mass extinction, this one due to hunting, habit Read More
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One way to get a computer to extract meaning from a mess of pixels is to have it learn from experience. And that results in some pretty psychedelic artwork.
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A new look at some unusual remains found at New Mexico's Chaco Canyon may change our understanding of when, and how, the culture of the Ancestral Puebloans felt the first stirrings of economic and social complexity. macaw skull from Pueblo Bonito, Chaco Canyon This skull of a scarlet macaw (Ara ...
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I Have A Message For Those Who Claim The Confederate Flag Represents Their Heritage

Read more at: http://www.forwardprogressives.com/message-claim-confederate-flag-represents-heritage/

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In 1860-61, eleven southern states seceded from the United States to protect the institution of slavery, forming the Confederate States of America and precipitating the Civil War.  During the war, the Confederacy and its military forces used a variety of flags, but the flag that became most associated with the Confederacy was the so-called "battle flag."  Organizations such as the Sons of Confederate Veterans adopted the flag as a symbol of Southern heritage but the flag also served as a potent symbol of slavery and white supremacy, which has caused it to be very popular among white supremacists in the 20th and 21st centuries. This popularity extends to white supremacists beyond the borders of the United States.

Today, the use of the Confederate flag is often controversial.  While a number of non-extremists still use the flag as a symbol of Southern heritage or pride, there is growing recognition, especially outside the South, that the symbol is OFFENSIVE to many Americans.
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+Bruce Tromblee - We can only hope. The republicans could still repeal the whole thing if they get control of both Congress and the White House.
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This gets really good around the 4:40 mark.
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I wondered about this for years.
Smelly asparagus pee — what's up with that? All the dirty details are finally revealed.
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I bought several fish from the Battlefield location a couple of weeks ago (Sept. 9), brought them home, let the bag warm to the tank temperature, and then put them in the tank. After about a week I started seeing spots from ich show up on my fish, and it had infected the fish I originally had in the tank as well. So I started treating the ich, and then some of the fish started developing some kind of fungal disease, so I treated that too. Now, three weeks after I first bought those fish, I've lost 7 fish total (make that nine now, I just found two more), and I only bought 5 from the pet store (only one of them have survived), and the others still look sick. I think I'm going to end up losing every fish in the tank. The best advice I can give you is DON'T BUY YOUR PETS FROM THESE PEOPLE!!! They sell diseased animals that will infect your other pets and you'll end up spending more to treat their illnesses than you originally paid for the animals in the first place.
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