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Ice: You're Not Welcome In The South

Justin Vest(Photo: Hometown Action / Creative Commons)
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The Other Mexican Migration

Jim HightowerThe U.S.-Mexico border crossing at Tijuana (Photo: jonathan mcintosh / Flickr / creative commons)
Related topics: Mexico, World Photos, Flickr

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On June 15, 1920, A Duluth Mob Lynched Three Black Men

Creative Commons/Flickr/ Sharon MollerusA memorial to the three African American men murdered by a mob of white people in Duluth on June 15, 1920: Elias Clayton, Elmer Jackson, and Isaac McGhie.Lynching is widely believed to be something that only...
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Boris Johnson And The New Battle Of Britain: Can Labor Keep Uk In Europe?

(Foreign Policy in Focus ) – As hard Brexiteer Boris Johnson takes over, Labour is finally coming down on the side of Remain. Will it be too late? UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson (Photo: nottheviewsofmyemployer / Flickr / creative...
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Trump’s Calls To “send Them Back” Are Mainstream In Israel

By Harry Bain | – ( Foreign Policy in Focus ) – Donald Trump meets Benjamin Netanyahu in Israel. (Photo: Israel FMA / Flickr / creative commons) President Trump and his supporters have exploited the state of Israel for two shifty...
Related topics: Donald Trump, Israel, Benjamin Netanyahu, World Photos, Flickr

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Larry Elder: Democrats Demand “civility”, But They Have A Looong History Of Not Practicing What...

Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA). Image via Flickr Creative Commons by majunznk. When it comes to excoriating Democrats over their double standards and hypocrisy, few people can do it as well as author, columnist, and radio talk show host Larry Elder. He...
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Can The Party Of Lincoln Be Racist? Absolutely

Tracey L. RogersThe GOP's go-to deflection of racism—"We're the party of Lincoln"—doesn't hold up so well. (Photo: elycefeliz / Flickr / creative commons)
Related topics: Usa Photos, Flickr

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In Bangladesh, A Rickshaw Ban For Major Dhaka City Roads Spurs Protests And Debate

Is a rickshaw ban the solution to Dhaka's traffic woes?Rickshaws in Dhaka. Image by blackthorne57 used under Creative Commons license (CC BY-NC 2.0) Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh, is known as the bicycle rickshaw capital of the world. In the...
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Valve Released 3d Models So Anyone Can Mod The Index Vr Headset

Valve has released 3D files to help people build mods and accessories for its new Index virtual reality headset. The gaming company posted high- and low-resolution models — along with other documentation — on GitHub under a Creative Commons...
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The Washington Post Goes To Bat For Iran, Blames Trump For Tanker Attacks

Image by Don Hinchcliffe via Flickr Creative Commons https://www.flickr.com/photos/dionhinchcliffe/ License: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/ Trump’s existence has driven the media absolutely insane. We’ve now reached the...
Related topics: Iran, Flickr, World Photos

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Unexpectedly: House Majority Whip Clyburn Suddenly And Curiously Backtracks On Inevitability Of...

Rep. James Clyburn (D-SC-6). PHOTO CREDIT: Ralph Alswang via Center for American Progress and Flickr Creative Commons. Though the Usual Suspects continue to loudly bang the impeachment drum, one leading House Democrat has had to rein in recent...
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Right To Information: With Its New Law In Place, Will Ghana Go The Way Of Nigeria?

The law could bring more transparency — if implemented properly.A media panel discussion at the Club Suisse de La Presse. Image by U.S. Mission Photo by Eric Bridiers. [Creative Commons Generic (CC BY-ND 2.0) via Flickr, March 5, 2013]On May...
Related topics: Ghana, Nigeria, World Photos, Flickr

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The Far-left Lost An “unlosable” National Election In Australia Last Night And It’s Glorious

Drawing by evlio via Flickr Creative Commons https://goo.gl/1oC1Pc It didn’t get a lot of play in the United States, but Australia had their national elections last night (well, their last night) and the results shocked everyone. You see, much...
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These Firms Promise High-tech Ransomware Solutions—but Typically Just Pay Hackers

Enlarge / Cryptolocker was one of the ransomware pioneers, bringing together file encryption and bitcoin payment. (credit: Christiaan Colen / Flickr) This story was originally published by ProPublica. It appears here under a Creative Commons...
Related topics: Hackers, Bitcoin, Flickr

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Democrats Express Their Grief By Reading The Mueller Report Aloud To An Empty Room

Drawing by evlio via Flickr Creative Commons https://goo.gl/1oC1Pc We are firmly in the second stage of grief as angry Democrats decided it’d be a good use of time to read the Mueller report aloud and into the record. This is not being done on...
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Felicity Huffman Pleads Guilty In College Admissions Scam; Prosecutors Want Jail Time

Felicity Huffman at February 28, 2015 premiere of ABC Television Network drama “American Crime” Photo credit ABC/Matt Petit, courtesy of Walt Disney Television via Flickr. Creative Commons license (CC BY-ND 2.0). Felicity Huffman, best...
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A Fishing Line Encircles Manhattan, Protecting Sanctity Of Sabbath

Manhattan's eruv may be the most expensive in the world. It is a thin fishing line above the skyline that encircles the island, allowing observant Jews to leave their homes on the Sabbath.(Image credit: William W. Ward/Creative Commons)

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Creative Commons Launches A Streamlined Search Featuring 300 Million Images And Improved Attribution

Creative Commons, the organization that helps people legally share images and other data online for the common good, has launched a brand new, streamlined search function that queries over 300 million images in the public domain or that have a...

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Cc Search Helps You Find Creative Commons Images

Creative Commons has officially launched its new search engine. CC Search lets users search for images that are free to use under a Creative Commons license. And with 300 million images having been indexed, the chances are you’ll find what...

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Benin Sees Internet Blackout On Election Day

Activists were dismayed but not shocked by the outage.ON / OFF Elevator switch. Photo by Andrew Huff. [Creative Commons (CC BY-NC 2.0)/ Flickr, January 20, 2007]When they awoke on April 28, ready to cast their ballots in Benin's parliamentary...
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