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Seven Good Things about the Houston Subpoena Controversy | THOM RAINER

I share the outrage of millions who were stunned when the city of Houston issued subpoenas to five area pastors. The subpoenas ordered the pastors to submit their sermons in regard to litigation against a new Houston Equal Rights Ordinance’s protection based on sexual orientation. 57 more words

Will Michael Raneri's Venovate Be The Real Jumpstart for the JOBS Act?

A Series of Forbes Insights Profiles of Thought Leaders Changing the Business Landscape: Michael Raneri, Founder and CEO, Venovate…

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The ITER Nuclear Fusion Experiment: Who Is Providing The Funding? [Infographic]

Nuclear fusion – has its time finally come? According to reports, Lockheed Martin has made a major breakthrough in fusion, the energy industry’s holy grail. 12 more words

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Any Ebola Czar Could Learn a Lot from Intel About Preventing Contamination

With three confirmed cases of Ebola now in the USA we have a new Ebola Czar in Washington insider Ron Klain, former chief-of-staff to Vice Presidents Al Gore and Joe Biden. 101 more words

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World's Top Privacy Experts Worry About Internet Of Things

Meeting in one of the world’s most remote and private locations – the island of Mauritius off the coast of Africa – top global privacy regulators could have focused on any number of issues. 45 more words

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