It’s hard to tell if the near-constant stream of millennial-centric political think-pieces are perpetuating or reflecting growing curmudgeonly fears about the future of the country. Maybe it’s a little of both, and Fox is probably observing within its competency when it pegs more than a handful of us as “deluded narcissists” – but it appears there’s room for some political optimism among all the moral panic and the reign of the religious right. 132 more words
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You know you’re in Italy when you walk into a bar or restaurant and everyone is sipping from an orange glass. In case you haven’t had Aperol Spritz before, trust me, it is almost a ritual in Italy and probably the most widespread and common aperitif in Italy. 215 more words
Is the DOJ being ordered not to file anti-trust actions on the Silicon Valley "BIG 6" because they are the biggest campaign donors?
Is the DOJ being ordered not to file anti-trust actions on the Silicon Valley “BIG 6″ because they are the biggest campaign donors? SOLON ASKS, OUTLOUD, the THING WE ARE ALL THINKING… 3,514 more words
The current ANS featured article is titled “Informed Advocacy: Rural, Remote, and Northern Nursing Praxis.” In this article, the authors, Karen MacKinnon, PhD, RN; Pertice Moffitt, PhD, RN present present a synthesis of their combined research about nursing practices in Western and Northern Canada. 154 more words
Sal Culosi is dead because he bet on a football game — but it wasn’t a bookie or a loan shark who killed him. His local government killed him, ostensibly to protect him from his gambling habit. 174 more words