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Surely the English need no lessons in saying sorry?

One of the many things that foreigners laugh at English people for is our historic habit of apologising for everything. The jokes are well known that it takes at least five “sorry” comments to open a door and that if someone bumps into you and it’s their fault, the first thing the English ‘victim’ does is to say sorry. 547 more words

Politics & Campaigning

Feds abuse another law -- defendant charged with clearing his browser history


A law designed to prosecute corporate fraud – but that requires work, integrity, dedication

Khairullozhon Matanov is a 24-year-old former cab driver from Quincy, Massachusetts. The night of the Boston Marathon bombings, he ate dinner with Tamerlan and Dhzokhar Tsarnaev at a kebob restaurant in Somerville.

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Corruption

How do we Hold a Child’s Mind Accountable?

By Morris B. Hoffman

The Marshall Project

We humans are a morally messy species, constantly jostling one another at the marketplace of desires. But we also have built-in restraints. 276 more words

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The Thundering Failure of the Democrats

via The Thundering Failure of the Democrats.

THU MAY 28, 2015 by One Pissed Off Liberal

I’m a Tom Joad democrat, a prison reform democrat, an anti-poverty democrat and a pro-justice democrat – so the party left me a long time ago…and they never looked back as they went chasing after the fat checkbook crowd.

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Politics, World Affairs & Current Events

CAITLYN

An open response to the ignorant and disrespectful post to the basic rules of humanity, written by Matt Walsh for The Blaze. 

A decade after we met, I sat across the Studio City California Pizza Kitchen table from my high school soul sister. 1,606 more words

Trina Dye

The Thing That Doesn't Stick to Other Things

The thing that doesn’t stick to other things
but should
is shaped like the filaments of my soul.

Why oh why,
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Why Don't Animals Suffer From Schizophrenia, Just Humans?

By Brett Stetka

Scientific American

Many of us have known a dog on Prozac. We’ve also witnessed the eye rolls that come with canine psychiatry. Doting pet owners—myself included—ascribe all sorts of questionable psychological ills to our pawed companions. 290 more words

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