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Top Ten Quotes and Words of 2014

Last week, Newsweek featured two lists in an article: one was the Associated Press’ “Top Ten Quotes of 2014″ and the other was Merriam-Webster’s “Top Ten Words of 2014″. 917 more words

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How to Fix Terrible Journalism

This week, I read a Newsweek article about a solution to ending poverty.

How to Fix Poverty: Write Every Family a Basic Income Check  530 more words

Which Celebrities Lost The Most In the "Great Instagram Purge"

If you’re on Instagram, I wanna follow you… I’m jaynpics ¬†find me and I’ll follow you back!

In the last couple of weeks we’d all seen that message at the top of the Instagram screen, warning us that soon we could have fewer followers; Instagram was going to purge spam accounts (gasp) 53 more words

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“It’s tremendously hard work. Yes, I love arranging the words and having them fall on the ear the right way and you know you’re not quite there and you’re redoing it and redoing it and there’s a wonderful thrill to it.

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Building a wall has always been a very visible sign of taking the “wulf” cries seriously. Today, a wall will hardly stop any nation from invading another, if that should be the fear, but still walls are being built. 126 more words

Pendulum

NEWSWEEK, OCTOBER 1 & 8, 2012, ANDREW SULLIVAN

NEWSWEEK, OCTOBER 1 & 8, 2012, ANDREW SULLIVAN

SUBJECT TO REVISION, COPYRIGHT 2012

Newswreck sports a very astute picture of a dictator, Oabama, on the cover of this issue. 384 more words

Law And Government