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An Innovation that is possible 15-20 years from now

Innovation idea that is not possible today but will be in the next 15-20 years

Mobile technology is everywhere today, and their use is prolific among all the diverse populations in the U.S., even to segments of the populations that do not own a computer own a smartphone (Kumar, 2015).  633 more words

Futuring And Innovation

Newton Review

Quite silly to review such an acclaimed and already loved film, I know. People are sulking that it didn’t make the cut to the Oscars after all. 1,094 more words


Voting at 16...why not?

To me this is a simple debate! If you can work and pay taxes, get married, have children and join the armed forced at the age of 16 and contribute to society, then why can’t you have a vote like others in society? 314 more words


Are Alabama's House seats gerrymandered?

This map has a lot of people saying so:

Unofficial results, but #ALSen by Congressional District. Left is 2016, right is 2017. Doug Jones turned HRC's 28% loss into a 1.5% win while *only* carrying…

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Are Christians morally obligated to vote only for candidates likely to win?

Are Christians morally obligated to vote for one of the top two candidates in an election? Is our choice necessarily binary? Are we required to do this to be responsible citizens and adults? 2,371 more words


AOL -- How a Former Sharecropper in an SUV Helped Drive Doug Jones to Victory in Alabama's Black Belt

This story introduces us to Perman Hardy, a resident of Lowndes County, Alabama, who on Tuesday made a significant contribution getting Alabamians in her community out to vote. 20 more words


Net Neutrality

What is Net Neutrality, you ask?

It is the thing that until today preserved our free communication over the web. It protected our First Amendment Right to Free Speech. 756 more words