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Commentary: Time magazine's major mistake on the crying-girl cover

There are examples of children separated from parents who immigrated illegally playing out nationwide. And well-meaning people across the political spectrum have taken a stand and forced change.

Unfortunately, they made their most iconic image something that wasn't a family being separated — and ultimately undermines their cause.

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If you take good care of your lungs, they can last a lifetime. The lungs are very durable if they’re not attacked from the outside. Here are 12 things you can do to keep your lungs healthy as you age.

http://www.hownutrition.info/12-ways-keep-lungs-strong-healthy/

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And it took it like a champ.

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Your liver can be very prone to disease due to the amount of toxins it must remove daily. So help your liver do its best by feeding it some of these 20 well known, detoxifying super foods.

https://www.healthuses.com/20-best-foods-healthy-liver/

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Sunscreen alone won’t be enough to preserve your youthfulness and beauty. Therefore, we’ve picked out 7 immensely healthy nutrient-packed foods that will give you a fresh and radiant glow all year-round.
 http://www.herbsmedicines.com/7-foods-that-will-give-you-glowing-skin-all-year-long/

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Bloomberg: Apple originally gave thought to designing a portless iPhone X

The Apple iPhone 5 was the first iPhone to have a Lightning port If you own the Apple iPhone X, imagine the device without the Lightning port. In fact, imagine the tenth anniversary model being 100% port- free.

According to a report published today by Bloomberg, that was an idea that Apple engineers considered when developing the phone. But the idea was rejected because wireless charging is slower than wired charging.

And there is something else to consider; having wireless charging technology included inside the box would have jacked up the price of what already was turning out to be quite an expensive handset. According to people familiar with Apple, the company does plan on eventually removing all buttons and external ports from future iPhone models.

This would include the removal of the Lightning port, or whatever port Apple is using to charge the phone in the future. There has been talk that Apple plans on switching to a Type- C USB port for the 2019 iPhone lineup.

The iPhone and iPad have always had proprietary charging ports, starting with the 30- pin connector that was employed with the first- generation iPhone in 2007, through the Apple iPhone 4s. On September 12, 2012, Apple unveiled the Lightning connector along with the first iPhone designed to use it, the Apple iPhone 5. The fourth generation Apple iPad, unveiled the same day, was the first of Apple's tablets to include a Lightning port.

#Apple #IphoneX #Ios #Portless #Bloomberg #Usb #Iphone #IPad

https://youtu.be/9Eq3mfA8xeM

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According to investigations of the United States Congress, and as anticipated to emerge from numerous ongoing government investigations, Hillary Clinton and certain other Enterprise named and unknown named, and high-level surrogates, colluded with Russian intelligence (SVR and FSB) and a disgraced (and according to a referral from the United States Senate Committee on the Judiciary, a putative criminal) former British intelligence officer (Christopher Steele) to accomplish their illicit and unconstitutional objectives. These Enterprise defendants, surrogates and participants have their opportunity to properly respond before a court they knowingly misled many times using the most powerful counterintelligence tools available.

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Those who enjoy sky gazing are most likely aware that Mars will soon come the https://www.sciencealert.com/mars-is-about-to-come-closer-to-earth-than-it-has-in-the-past-15-years?perpetual=yes&limitstart=1.

But that's not all - as of June 28 the planet will go into 'retrograde' and appear to zig zag across our sky. Here's what that means.

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Using OpenVPN and VMs for cheap, flexible and resilient hosting.

People often worry about whether +Sinar Project on-line services such as Parliamentary Documents would shut down if our offices were shut down.

This is a quick write up on the hosting infrastructure that would allow us to keep all services available despite an office raid, closure or lack of funding.

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Chinese President #XiJinping on Thursday (June 21) lambasted 'protectionism, #isolationism and #populism' and again vowed to open up Asia’s largest economy, as #China faces an escalating trade dispute with the #UnitedStates. The leaders of mining giant BHP Billiton, German carmaker Volkswagen and British conglomerate Swire were at the meeting. Trade relations between Beijing and Washington risk descending into all-out conflict, with US President Donald #Trump threatening to impose tariffs on almost all Chinese exports to the US.


#GlobalEconomy #Protectionism #America #Globalisation #GlobalTrade #TradeWars #EconomicRisk #Economy #TradePolicy #InternationalTrade #TradeTariffs #Politics #Geopolitics #InternationalRelations
Chinese President Xi Jinping condemns #tradebarriers amid tariff row with the US
http://www.scmp.com/news/china/diplomacy-defence/article/2151951/chinese-president-xi-jinping-condemns-trade-barriers

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61% of financial services companies will use AI this year...!! #ArtificialIntelligence #AI #finance

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A View from the Cliff

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As literal fashion statements go, “I REALLY DON’T CARE, DO U?” — the words emblazoned on the back of a jacket that is now as scandalous as Monica Lewinsky’s blue dress — is problematic due to what psychologists call “situational context," Vinay Menon writes.

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Here is everything you need to know about Samsung's next phone

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The largest of Pluto's five moons, Charon, was discovered on June 22, 1978, by James Christy and Robert Harrington at the U.S. Naval Observatory in Flagstaff, Arizona – only about six miles from where Pluto itself was discovered at Lowell Observatory. They weren't even looking for satellites of Pluto – Christy, examining a series of grainy telescope images, trying to refine Pluto's orbit around the Sun. Christy and others tell the story of this amazing scientific find, which fueled Pluto’s transformation from a telescopic dot into an actual planetary system – and a source of many discoveries to come.

Charon at 40: Four Decades of Discovery on Pluto’s Largest Moon: https://www.nasa.gov/feature/charon-at-40-four-decades-of-discovery-on-pluto-s-largest-moon

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I wonder what the graph depicting crimes by president would look like...

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Three D Red https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.coastalimages.three_d_red

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The eyes are the window to the soul, but they can also be a window to your overall health. Learn more about how an eye exam can help predict disease this weekend on Mayo Clinic Radio. https://mayocl.in/2loY6dh

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George F. Will (Yes... THAT George F. Will!):

Ryan and many other Republicans have become the president’s poodles, not because James Madison’s system has failed but because today’s abject careerists have failed to be worthy of it. As explained in Federalist 51: “Ambition must be made to counteract ambition. The interest of the man must be connected with the constitutional rights of the place.” Congressional Republicans (congressional Democrats are equally supine toward Democratic presidents) have no higher ambition than to placate this president. By leaving dormant the powers inherent in their institution, they vitiate the Constitution’s vital principle: the separation of powers.
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