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This Is How Abortion Ends In America
Health & Wellness  (tags: women, reproductive rights, regulation, anti-choice, clinics, Republicans )

Freya
- 7 hours ago - yahoo.com
It's been exactly one year to the day since the Supreme Court ruled in favor of abortion rights. That should be an auspicious occasion, one we might otherwise mark with some private moment of satisfaction, even celebration.
In Search of Peace This Eid
Society & Culture  (tags: religion, festivals, togetherness, community, charity, caring, justice, generosity, patience, kindness, forgiveness, mercy, empathy, Rashmi Oberoi, India, Eid el Fitr, Ramadan, Ramzan )

Evelyn
- 15 hours ago - thecitizen.in
Religion should be a source of peace & solace; one must go beyond rituals to bring forth kindness, charity & caring. Self-purification brings about values eg justice, generosity, patience, kindness, forgiveness, mercy, empathy indispensable for community
Potential Martin Shkreli Jurors We Can Not Be Impartial Over Most Hated Man In US
Health & Wellness  (tags: Martin Shkreli, jurors, CEO, trial, live saving drug, Turing Pharmaceuticals, HIV )

Dandelion
- 14 hours ago - theguardian.com
Th flamboyant former pharmaceutical CEO because of his notoriety for raising the cost of a life-saving drug 5,000%. We so need Universal Health so these type of horror stories would not take place.
GOP Health Care Plan Crushes Working-Class Blacks and Whites, But Not the Middle-Class Whites Who Elected Trump
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: healthcare, congress, government, republicans )

Cheryl A.
- 13 hours ago - alternet.org
"McConnell is not turning on his voters; according to recently released national survey data, those who voted for Trump and the GOP in 2016 are overwhelmingly white, yes; but the majority of them are not poor and not working class." Peace.
Americanism Personified: Why Fascism Has Always Been An Inevitable Outcome of the American Project
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: tyranny, oppression, dictatorship )

Freya
- 1 day ago - truth-out.org
Professor Halford E. Luccock of Yale University said in a 1938 interview, "When and if fascism comes to America it will not...be marked with a swastika...it will be called, of course, 'Americanism.'"
Daughter Hilariously Pranks Mom By Replacing Family Photos With Ones Of Her Dog In Matching Outfits
Offbeat  (tags: humor, family, pets, dogs, families, mischief, practical jokes )

Freya
- 1 day ago - blog.theanimalrescuesite.com
A college student named Marissa Hooper now lives away from home while she's at school, and has left behind her parents, who are now empty-nesters. They have family photos all around the house, many of which are of Marissa.
Estimates of Sea Level Rise By 2100 Have Tripled in the Past Few Years   video
Environment  (tags: Peter Sinclair, science, Miami, sea level rise, sea ice, climate change, Trump Administration, Paris Agreement )

Dandelion
- 1 day ago - youtube.com
Environmental activist Peter Sinclair examines the growing threat of sea level rise. Very sobering information.
Julian Assange Explains Why The Democrats Are Doomed   video
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: Julian Assange, Democrats, Jimmy Dore, Donald Trump, Anti Establishment, politics, doomed )

Dandelion
- 1 day ago - youtube.com
Self explains. I suggest anyone who considers themselves a Democrat watch this.
Since Trumps Election 20 States Have Moved to Criminalize Dissent
Society & Culture  (tags: criminalize dissent, Trump election, passing new laws, removal of rights )

Dandelion
- 1 day ago - occupy.com
The biggest protest crackdown since the Civil Rights Era, Republicans in at least 20 states have put forward or passed laws with the intention of making protest more difficult and the punishment for expressing dissent more draconian.
You're More Likely to Be Killed By Your Own Clothes Than By An Immigrant Terrorist
Society & Culture  (tags: immigrants, terrorists, terrorism, threats, causes of death, clothing, clothes, togs )

Freya
- 1 day ago - vox.com
A September report from Cato Institute analyst Alex Nowrasteh is one of the most sophisticated attempts to investigate this question. What it found was striking: The number of immigrants who commit terrorist attacks is astonishingly tiny.
 
 
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