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Victoria Collier and Ben Ptashnik examine election irregularities and what progressives can do about them.
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From what I read last night, stolen. Clinton's group worked very hard to screw over voters in California. 
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A new study supports what a small group of military researchers has suspected for decades: that modern warfare destroys the brain.
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“We’re either going to name him Jason or Gregory; we haven’t decided yet,” added Curtis, who destroyed her second iPhone by letting it slip through her fingers and into scalding hot bath water.
 
Samantha Curtis, who has also lost her iPhone twice in the past year, can’t wait to be a mom.
PHILADELPHIA—Samantha Curtis, a 29-year-old sales clerk who has reportedly cracked three separate iPhone screens over the years, is due to give birth to a baby boy this coming August, sources confirmed. The expectant mother, who has accidentally dam...
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"Kid Rock is the reason I don't believe in God."
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Is this true? I hope...

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"Late last year this photograph of children looking at their smartphones by Rembrandt’s ‘The Night Watch’ in the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam started doing the rounds on the web. It quickly became viral. It was often accompanied by outraged, dispirited comments such as “a perfect metaphor for our age”, “the end of civilisation” or “a sad picture of our society”.

Only they weren’t. It turns out that the Rijksmuseum has an app that, among other things, contains guided tours and further information about the works on display. As part of their visit to the museum, the children, who minutes earlier had admired the art and listened attentively to explanations by expert adults, had been instructed to complete an assignment by their school teachers, using, among other things, the museum’s excellent smartphone app.

I would like to think that all those who liked, posted, shared and tweeted the picture of children on smartphones by Rembrandt’s masterpiece in the erroneous belief that it illustrated everything that is wrong with society feel a tiny bit silly and a little more humble as a consequence. But it won’t happen.
The tragic thing is that this — the truth — will never go viral. So, I wonder, what is more likely to bring about the death of civilisation, children using smartphones to learn about art or the wilful ignorance of adults who are too quick to make assumptions?"

Technology and the death of civilisation
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"Finally, after years of trying to achieve equality, it’s nice to know that my gender isn’t a financial strike against me."
BOSTON—In a historic development for gender parity in the American workplace, recently laid-off consultant Paula Saunders, 32, is at last earning an income identical to that of her unemployed male counterparts.
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What if the problem isn’t that “good jobs” are going away while “bad jobs” are burgeoning, but rather, that we are collectively deeply confused about what a good job actually is?

The service industry isn't easy. Dealing with the public will wither your soul and workers should be paid accordingly.
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