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Millennials demand more comfortable strapons? (apple.news)
by BayArea on 20 Jan 2019  Posted a few seconds ago
Ok wtf is this?https://apple.news/Al62zt I guess when participation trophies are at an all time high and men are shaving their toxic masculinity with Gillette, the obvious next sequence is to...

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American University Tells Faculty to Disregard ‘Quality’ of Writing When Grading (breitbart.com)
by WillPowers on 12 Jan 2019  20 comments, latest an hour ago
A seminar at American University in February will instruct faculty members to disregard a student’s “quality” of writing when grading their papers.According to a report from The College Fix, an...

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Democrats were FOR a wall before they were against it (washingtonpost.com)
by MrMagic on 11 Jan 2019  13 comments, latest 2 hours ago
Democrats are doing it over a border wall strikingly similar to one that they almost unanimously supported just five years ago. While House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) now says that...

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The Government Spends close to a $11 Billion Each Day, so the $5 Billion for the Wall doesn't even equal a half day of Spending.
by MrMagic on 16 Jan 2019  3 comments, latest 2 hours ago
This is what Nancy and Chuck are being assholes about. $5 Billion (out of almost $4 TRILLION). That's a half a day of spending out of the complete year for...

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France
by TwoScoopsOfSpaceForce on 2 Dec 2018  43 comments, latest 2 hours ago
Looks like a bit of a mess right now.Also looks like the Diverse "New French" Inhabitants of Paris are having a "Blast..I hear Macron is envious of Trump, with just...

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Elwood, Illinois (Pop. 2,200), Has Become a Vital Hub of America’s Consumer Economy. And It’s Hell... (newrepublic.com)
by Kakistocracy on 19 Jan 2019  11 comments, latest 2 hours ago
The rural town south of Chicago is now a crucial stop for Amazon, Wal-Mart, IKEA, Home Depot, and other giant retailers. Developers had promised growth and good jobs. So why...

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What's Wrong With Housing in America? A four-part series dissecting the housing market--and proffering solutions. (builderonline.com)
by Kakistocracy on 20 Jan 2019  1 comment, latest 2 hours ago
Housing in America is broken. What does that mean? We simply no longer build enough units to meet demand and keep prices affordable for most Americans. The house price-to-median household...

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"A Michigan State University economics professor has discovered $21 trillion unaccounted for in the federal budget starting in 1998 until the end of fiscal year 2015. (willitsnews.com)
by HEYYOU on 19 Jan 2019  9 comments, latest 2 hours ago
It's a pity that Reps & Dems are so stupid.Consequence - work your asses off to pay taxes you don't like.I'm astonished by the ignorance of Americans.Pay for the Wall,infrastructure,healthcare...

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Another cop related shooting: (yahoo.com)
by BayArea on 19 Jan 2019  1 comment, latest 2 hours ago
https://www.yahoo.com/gma/temp

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CardiB on instagram
by HEYYOU on 19 Jan 2019  1 comment, latest 2 hours ago
"All you Trump supporters should work for free while the government is shutdown to show you're support..."

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Bets on how the government shutdown ends?
by Patrick on 14 Jan 2019  138 comments, latest 2 hours ago
Will Trump get his 5.7B, or will the globalist anti-worker forces get to dissolve the border?Wish I could takes money on these bets.

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Economics helps explain why suicide is more common among Protestants (aeon.co)
by Kakistocracy on 19 Jan 2019  2 comments, latest 5 hours ago
Protestantism is good for some people and bad for others. At least that is the conclusion if we are to judge by the stark matters of life, or death, and...

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The Splinters Of Our Discontent: A Review Of Network Propaganda (techdirt.com)
by Kakistocracy on 20 Jan 2019  1 comment, latest 5 hours ago
Years before most of us thought Donald Trump would have a shot at the presidency, the Cato Institute's Julian Sanchez put a name on a problem he saw in American...

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more Trump cartoons
by marcus on 19 Feb 2017  106 comments, latest 6 hours ago

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Finances of Fracking: Shale Industry Drills More Debt Than Profit (desmogblog.com)
by Kakistocracy on 20 Jan 2019  Posted 7 hours ago
Since 2007, the oil and gas industry has lost $280 billion betting on the shale boom, which has been made possible by hydraulic fracturing (fracking) and Wall Street financing, and...

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Anyone owned a classic Chevelle or Camaro?
by BayArea on 19 Jan 2019  3 comments, latest 9 hours ago
I’m looking to purchase one of the following cars and wondering if any Patnet members have or have had one of these cars?1970 Chevelle1967-68 Camaro Any recommendations, tips, impressions would...

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On the avoidance of uncomfortable truths
by Patrick on 19 Jan 2019  10 comments, latest 9 hours ago
Some of the ways people deal with truths they would rather not hear:* silence* change the topic* blame the speaker for creating bad feelings* misrepresent the speaker's point, and them...

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"The debate is over: The oceans are in hot, hot water" (grist.org)
by HEYYOU on 19 Jan 2019  5 comments, latest 9 hours ago
What a waste of 1s & 0s! Useless info to Republicans that don't live in the oceans.https://grist.org/artic

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Perfect discription of Republicans.
by HEYYOU on 19 Jan 2019  4 comments, latest 9 hours ago
“The man who lies to himself and listens to his own lie comes to such a pass that he cannot distinguish the truth within him, or around him, and so...

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What's True and What's Not, About Trump's Wall ? (politico.com)
by marcus on 19 Jan 2019  50 comments, latest 9 hours ago
For starters we have something like 700 miles of "wall" on the southern border already. Here's an interesting piece about Tijuana that desribes the 2 walls that helped redifine the...
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