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Obama's Hope Poster dude says what millions think

From here:

Shepard Fairey, who designed the famous “HOPE” poster of Barack Obama in 2008, says he’s disappointed in the man he partially helped elect as president.

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More panties in a wad over crooked soccer than over crooked Wall St

From CBS News here:

FIFA President Sepp Blatter, one of the sports world’s most powerful men, faces growing pressure to resign after a series of U.S.

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American chemical lifestyle way more dangerous to Americans than terrorism

An industrial chemist comes on WNYC every so often to talk about the safety, or lack thereof, of various chemicals widely used in American society. 92 more words

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I won't vote for (sneaky racist) Rand Paul but this is a good start

From here:

Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) on Wednesday blamed the rise of ISIS on hawkish members of the GOP who he said were too eager to intervene abroad.

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It's a thin line between Google/Facebook and the Spooks

From here:

Today, his biggest worry is not software backdoors, but the petabytes (1m gigabytes) of information being hoarded by the likes of Google and Facebook.

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Debunking straight up po po propaganda

From here:

…of the 100 officers killed in the United States in the line of duty in 2013, far more crashed their cars or were hit by cars than were shot or stabbed.

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Is the era of post-9/11 law enforcement ass kissing drawing to a close?

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…the story of the hero cop is also used to legitimize brutality as necessary, justify policies that favor the police, and punish anyone who dares to question police tactics or oppose the unions’ agendas.

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