Catalan separatists have tooled up with a decentralized app for civil disobedience

Is our age of pervasive smartphones and social media turning into an era of mass civil unrest? Two years after supporting an independence referendum and unilaterally declaring independence in defiance of the Spanish state — then failing to gain recognition…

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FAKE NEWS: CNBC firefighter John Harwood dishonestly fans the flames against Trump’s Fed Reserve pick Stephen Moore

Donald Trump craves Club For Growth, Cato, and Heritage alumnus Stephen Moore to serve on the Federal Reserve Board, but CNBC firefighter John Harwood is announcing the alarm: GOP likes “capitalism against socialism” as a 2020 bumper sticker but Trump’s…

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Bernie Sanders Fights Back Against Criticism Over his Newfound Wealth

Bernie Sanders is not rationalizing Our Revolution: A Future to Believe In , where the senator shares fibs from his underdog 2016 presidential campaign. The book items Sanders &# x27;” progressive fiscal, environmental, ethnic, and social right schedule ,” an…

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Congress needs your input (but dont call it crowdsourcing)

Lorelei Kelly Image: Bryce Durbin/TechCrunch Congress should be this mechanism. Informed public deliberation should be its forte. But right now, our system does not have the capacity nor the incentives to reap the benefits of collective wisdom. Before we jump…

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I Show The Contrast Between The Two Worlds That We Currently Live In By Combining Photos

I said that he hoped that the whole world would live by the Mustafa Kemal Ataturk’s phrase “Peace at Home, Peace in the World”, which was implemented as the foreign policy of Turkey. # 1 reply # 2 reply #…

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Facebook finally hands over leave campaign Brexit ads

The UK parliament has provided another telling view behind the curtain of Facebook’s unregulated ad platform by producing data on tallies of pro-Brexit adverts which it distributed to UK voters during the 2016 referendum on European Union membership. The ads…

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‘The New York Times’ profiled the person who had the worst reaction to the election

Image: crotography/ Getty Images/ RooM RF Everybody “whos had” is dealing with any minor quantity of stress has had the fiction of compressing up and running away from all of their problems, evaporating from the contemporary world almost entirely. Erik…

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The U.S. needs to create civic social networks

Rep. Rick Crawford Contributor I use my official histories to listen to my constituents, show my policy points, take analysi, share my public incidents, and in general engage as many people in Arkansas’ 1 st as are willing to listen….

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Youve Been Elected To Congress! Can You Pass Even One Goddamn Bill?

This feature involves JavaScript to operate . Yes! Let’s get to work! Minimum wage increase. Wider better access to birth control. Yes! Submit a greenback to the floor of the House of Representatives. Unfortunately, you were elected with the purposes…

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