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Open Thread - 6/18/2018
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: Open Thread, videos )

TomCat
- 7 hours ago - politicsplus.org
Personal news, a Jig Zone puzzle, 3 short takes, and a homemade cartoon (shown). If you would like me to send you cards with links to my articles, add me as a friend.
RepubliCare Is Coming
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: GOP lies, ObamaCare, RepubliCare )

TomCat
- 8 hours ago - politicsplus.org
See 1st comment
Bottle Brick... Changing the World One Bottle at at Time (Includes Video)
Green Lifestyle  (tags: bottle bricks, tip, transforming waste, building, recycling, simple, Portable Landfill Device )

Evelyn
- 21 hours ago - bottlebrick.com
Become responsible for your own actions! Landfill whatever plastic waste you generate into a bottle and then into an earth structure, to ensure it doesn't enter into the environment. A Solution - The Bottle Brick! How to Make a Portable Landfill Device
History of Loitering - Racist American History   video
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: usa, law, application, discriminatory, vagrancy, loitering, history, racism, unconstitutional, ACLU )

Evelyn
- 1 day ago - youtu.be
What is the line between "loitering" and just "hanging out"? Turns out, the enforcement of loitering laws often has less to do with committing the act and more to do with the skin color of the person who does it
Trump Gets Blasted for Breaking Up Migrant Families   video
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: usa, immigration, children, separation, cages, chain walls, Donald Trump, Jeff Sessions, Govtfearmongering, lies, the Daily Show, Trevor Noah, unAmerican )

Evelyn
- 13 hours ago - youtu.be
President Trump faces extreme backlash for his policy of separating immigrant children from their parents, but "Fox & Friends" pundits attempt to put a positive spin on it.
Scientists Wanted to Understand How Baobab Trees Live for Thousands of Years. Then the Ancient Trees Started Dying
Environment  (tags: ecology, baobab, Africa, long-living, suddenly dying, water storage, leaves, fruit, grains, food, medicine, shelter, climate change )

Evelyn
- 1 day ago - fr.scribd.com
The baobab is a vital part of the region's ecology and a celebrated staple Africa's culture. And like most celebrated parts of the natural world, the baobab suddenly finds itself threatened in modern times. The culprit is still unknown-and at large.
 
 
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