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Reviewed on Jun 6st, 2015
  • 10 things you need to know today: February 16, 2018

    About 8,000 people attended a vigil in Parkland, Florida, Thursday night to mourn the victims of the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. South Florida police said the suspected shooter, 19-year-old Nikolas Cruz, confessed to the rampage, which left 17 people dead. Cruz, a former stu... Read article

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  • ABC's George Stephanopoulos will interview James Comey in April

    James Comey speaks! Or at least the former FBI director will very soon, in a mid-April interview with ABC's George Stephanopoulos, BuzzFeed News reports. While Comey has kept relatively mum since being fired by President Trump last May, he is at the center of some of the biggest White House scand... Read article

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  • There's nothing futile about the gun debate

    Barack Obama did it, and he got elected twice. Last year in Virginia — the state where the NRA is headquartered — the group's favored ... "Each one of us is very proud of our F" rating from the NRA, said the now-lieutenant governor, Justin Fairfax. There were 13 competitive state house races wher... Read article

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    thefiscaltimes.com Hero or Villain: The American Public's Verdict on Edward Snowden | The Fiscal Times

    Dana Stuster at Foreign Policy . "Maybe." But all this Quinnipiac poll purports to show us is that "Americans are more willing to call Snowden a whistle-blower than a traitor." This article originally appeared at TheWeek.com . Read more from TheWeek.com: 10 Amazing Movie Theater Remakes Read more... Read article

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    rightcoast.typepad.com The Right Coast: The working class epidemic of demoralization - The Week

    A lifestyle of addiction, promiscuity, and chaos comes with a hefty price tag. Sadly, our elites are exporting those values to the people least capable of sustaining them. If you don't believe me, just watch MTV. via theweek.com It's all... The working class epidemic of demoralization - The Week ... Read article

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    minonline.com 2011 Best of the Web Awards: Relaunch - Consumer :: MinOnline

    TheWeek – TheWeek.com One of the most successful magazine launches of the last decade finally brings that winning model onto the Web in earnest. After the March 2010 relaunch, TheWeek.com lived up to its brand identity by giving visitors a real-time aggregation of the best reporting and critical Read article

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    flickr.com PopeGrinchly | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

    Thank you, Pope Grinchly XVI for absolving me and my people of the death of Lord Jesus H. Christ. Now pass the pastrami. Pope Benedict XVI writes in his new book "Jesus of Nazareth" that the Jewish people are not responsible for Jesus' death. theweek.com/article/index/212757/pope-benedict-absolve... Read article

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    joycastro.com Joycastro.com: December 2008 Archives

    An estimated 1,400 college students die every year of alcohol-related causes. (http://www.theweek.com/home) It was sad--but, though startling, not a surprise. I taught at Wabash for ten years, and worried faculty members had been raising the issue of excessive alcohol consumption--to little eff... Read article

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    blogs.alternet.org Not By Any Means Sufficient: A Vote Against Anti-Fat Stigma « My vote for ending the R-Word

    Like a lot of other defenses of old-fashioned shame, this opinion piece used powerful intellectual stare-downs. On top of that, it quoted Mr. Liddle’s claim that being called a “fat slob” motivated him to start an intense exercise regimen. In order to get to the front lines of this high-stakes de... Read article

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    itsokaytobesmart.com It's Okay To Be Smart • theweekmagazine: A star being gobbled by a...

    Theweekmagazine: “ A star being gobbled by a massive black hole sends out a “mayday call,” and Earth receives it. This happens “only once every 100 million years.” Photo: University of Warwick, Mark... The It's Okay To Be Smart Tip Jar Other Places to Find Me Other Stuff Read article

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    Theweekmagazine: “ Fiery-haired Scottish princess Merida, the star of Pixar’s Brave, boasts a mane comprising 1,500 individually animated curls. Pixar is very detail-oriented. Here, a numerical look... Read article

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    cato.org Democratic Health Care vs. Democracy | Cato Institute

    The cumulative effect of this effort is real impact today. Here’s how Cato puts Sponsors’ contributions to work. By Will Wilkinson This article appeared in The Week on July 3, 2009. President Obama has confessed that he’d aim for a Canadian-style, single-payer health-care system if he were “start... Read article

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    dailykos.com I've got Orchids up the Wazoo

    For some reason growing things is just not my specialty, but oddly enough I seem to have a knack for keeping cut flowers alive and fresh looking for longer than usual. My record was a dozen Freedom Roses in a vase that stayed beautiful for two weeks, which my florist friend gave me because they w... Read article

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    thewaythefutureblogs.com The Way the Future Blogs, an online memoir by science fiction writer Frederik Pohl » Science

    Anne Hull An article I read some time ago in The Week (my favorite print replacement for the now online-only World Press Review ) reassures me that “No, paper isn’t dead.” As I’m buried in paper in various forms — greeting cards (ones received as well as those not yet sent), photographs, wills, o... Read article

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    blog.criteriacorp.com Alaska | Criteria's Employee Testing Blog

    Just Who Lives in Alaska Anyhow? A recent article in The Week entitled “Sizing Up the Last Frontier” notes that “after John McCain tapped Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin to be his running mate, the nation took a sudden interest in the quirky 49th state,” and asks “How is Alaska different than the lower 4... Read article

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    genotopia.scienceblog.com February | 2013 | Genotopia

    I am in favor of academic freedom. I am opposed to “academic freedom.” “America, meet the new creationism-in-sheep’s-clothing: The ‘academic freedom’ bill.” So begins Dana Liebelson on The Week , in an article on the latest version of the anti-science wedge being pushed into our schools. Subscri... Read article

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