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Republicans Trying to Fool Themselves into Thinking They Have a Solution to the
American Prospect - 2/27/2015
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Rick Perry Is an Unemployment-Rate Denier
The New Republic Online - 2/27/2015
A t the annual Conservative Political Action Committee (CPAC) in National Harbor, Maryland, on Friday, former Texas Governor Rick Perry drew cheers when he declared, “The unemployment rate is a sham.”
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This Scientific Breakthrough Could Ruin Conservatives' Final Argument Against Same-Sex
The New Republic Online - 2/27/2015
T his week, researchers at the University of Cambridge in Britain and the Weizmann Institute of Science in Israel made the startling announcement that male same-sex couples may soon be able to have biological
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"Tom Steyer Is the Devil"
The New Republic Online - 2/27/2015
T om Steyer, the Democratic billionaire donor, didn't get a lot for his money in the 2014 midterms , but the $67 million he spent last year did win him a title previously held by Al Gore: The Most Hated
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For Firas Kittaneh, The Future of Sleep Starts With a Better Mattress
Free-i-News - 2/27/2015
[embedded content] Tweet [embedded content] Firas Kittaneh wants to disrupt the mattress industry. And the success of his online mattress company Amerisleep is about more than people’s increased willingness
My Q and A With Firas Kittaneh, Who Has Glimpsed the Future of Sleep Huffington Post
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The Media Is Misinterpreting the ISIS Arrests in Brooklyn
The New Republic Online - 2/27/2015
A merican media and ISIS have this much in common: They agree the next great jihadist recruiting ground could be central Asia. The region, at first glance, contains all the trappings for Islamist extremism.
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Rick Perry: I Care About "Real" Pollution, Not Climate Change
The New Republic Online - 2/27/2015
Rick Perry said Friday that he cares about “real” pollution — but not climate change pollution. Texas “decreased our nitrogen oxide levels, which by the way is real. It’s a real emission,” he said, when
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America's Only Black Piano-Maker Soldiers on Through Slights and Triumphs
American Prospect - 2/27/2015
(Photo: ) Warren Shadd, the world's only African-American piano manufacturer, shows off the harp he designed for his line of grand pianos. “ No one gave me a million dollars,” Warren Shadd
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The Real Problem With What Scott Walker Said About ISIS
American Prospect - 2/27/2015
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What Compelled O'Reilly and Williams to Make Up War Stories?
The New Republic Online - 2/26/2015
I t has been a depressing few weeks for integrity in matters of war. First, NBC News anchor Brian Williams was caught lying about being in an army helicopter that was shot down during the 2003 invasion
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The Next Subprime Crisis Will Ride on Four Wheels—Unless the Government Stops It
The New Republic Online - 2/26/2015
H aving failed to act on the subprime mortgage crisis, federal regulators now have a shot at redemption. This week, a top official at the Justice Department vowed to fully investigate subprime auto lending,
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Making Christianity Our National Religion Would Be Terrible for Christianity
The New Republic Online - 2/26/2015
O n Tuesday Public Policy Polling released a survey measuring Republicans’ attitudes toward the upcoming presidential election. The survey assessed Republicans’ opinions of various candidates and political
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John Boehner Can't Bring Himself to Rip Off the Band-Aid
American Prospect - 2/26/2015
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Conservatives Don't Have an Obamacare Replacement Because They're Too Busy Complaining
The New Republic Online - 2/26/2015
W ith the Supreme Court scheduled to hear the Obamacare challenge  King vs. Burwell next week, Democrats and Republicans are both trying to influence the Court’s decision. For the left, that means focusing
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Let's Call It: The Planet's Warmer (Op-Ed)
LiveScience.com - 2/26/2015
It’s getting hot in here. Credit: andrea zeppilli, CC BY-NC-SA View full size image This article was originally published on The Conversation. The publication contributed this article to Live Science's
Earth Has Now Had 30 Straight Years of Record Monthly Temperatures The New Republic Online
30 years of above-average temperatures means the climate has changed PhysOrg.com
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Why Republicans Shouldn't Mock Solar Power in 2016
The New Republic Online - 2/26/2015
I n his 2012 presidential campaign, Mitt Romney endlessly mocked solar and wind power in speeches. “We all like wind and solar," he said, "but you can’t drive a car with a windmill on it.” But top Republican
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My Q and A With W. Chris Winter, Sleep Whisperer to Some of the World's Top Athletes
Huffington Post - 2/26/2015
Perhaps more than any other group, athletes have fully embraced sleep as a performance enhancement tool. Top athletes are, of course, all about results. So there's no better place than the world of sports
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Why Is It So Hard to Prove a Civil Rights Crime?
The New Republic Online - 2/25/2015
A lmost three years to the day since the death of Trayvon Martin, the Department of Justice announced it won’t be bringing federal civil rights charges against his killer, George Zimmerman, who in July
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Why It's a Good Thing GOP Debates Will Be Moderated by Conservatives
American Prospect - 2/24/2015
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Why Is the Wall Street Journal Dismissing Colombia's War Crimes?
The New Republic Online - 2/24/2015
O ne of the most shocking crimes in Colombia's recent history — and that's saying something — is the “false positives” scandal. Over the last three decades, military units — many of which received  American
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Obama Just Vetoed Keystone, But the Pipeline's Most Important Fight Isn't in Washington
The New Republic Online - 2/24/2015
P resident Barack Obama on Tuesday issued his third and most controversial veto of his presidency: a bill to fast-track the Keystone XL pipeline. There was no photo-op. “I would not anticipate a lot of
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Vegetarianism Isn't the Solution to Climate Change
The New Republic Online - 2/24/2015
C ould our meat-loving Western diets push climate change over the edge? That was the message of a recent report from U.K. think tank Chatham House, that, even if the world moves away from fossil fuels,
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Democrats Target Climate-Deniers-for-Hire
The New Republic Online - 2/24/2015
O ver the weekend,  The New York Times and The Guardian reported that the fossil fuel industry paid astrophysicist Wei-Hock "Willie" Soon $1.25 million in grants in exchange for 11 scientific papers
Democrats Demand Fossil Fuel Disclosure of Climate Denier Studies My.NewsHub.org
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Why Women's Colleges Need to Embrace Trans Activists—and So Does Feminism
The New Republic Online - 2/24/2015
I woke up last Tuesday to a deluge of emails, many from students who took my "Introduction to Trans Studies" class at Yale last semester, all pointing me to a New Republic article by Monica Potts: “Why
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Bill O'Reilly Is Not Going Anywhere, You Far-Left Pinheads
American Prospect - 2/24/2015
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