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Today I wanted to share with you this post from my friend Clare over at Jelly-Like Joints.

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Chronic Illness

Reducing Income Inequality

How the ACA changed American incomes

The bottom line: At least as far as this analysis goes, the ACA helped more people than it hurt. Whether you want to call it “redistributing wealth” or “reducing income inequality,” the ACA achieved it.

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Traditional Space Broadband and the Changing Reality

This site contains my opinions and ideas only, not the opinions or ideas of any organization I work for. It’s my idea playground, and I’m inviting you in. 598 more words

Space Operations

Reviewed: Re-gendering A Poisoned Past by Steven Bednarski

Bednarski, Steven. A Poisoned Past: The Life and Times of Margarida de Portu, a fourteenth-century accused poisoner. Toronto: University of Toronto, 2014.

Steven Bednarski is an anime voice actor, having dubbed the English translations for the titular character Astro Boy, Roobear in Adventures of the Little Koala, and Chad in Sailor Moon. 1,168 more words

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Reviewed: The American Spirit by David McCullough

McCullough, David. The American Spirit: Who We Are and What We Stand For. New York: Simon & Schuster, 2017.

I was given The American Spirit: Who We Are and What We Stand For (2017) as a Christmas present from my stepdad, who after reading it decided that everyone of his children needed to own and read a copy of this book. 764 more words

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Reviewed: A Season in Purgatory by Tony Moss

Moss, Tony. A Season in Purgatory: Villanova and life in college football’s lower class. Lincoln & London: University of Nebraska Press, 2007.

In 2005, journalist Tony Moss embarked on the journey of chronicling a season here at Villanova. 1,085 more words

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History in the News: The New-ish Cold War

Russia has gotten very effective at interfering in American presidential elections. To be fair, they’ve had more than three decades to practice.

Their first attempt was near the end of the Cold War. 801 more words

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