Trump absolving the Khashoggi killing is bad. Trump backing the Saudis’ war in Yemen is worse.

Trump is sending Riyadh a message that he'll turn a blind eye to the Saudis' brutal actions in Yemen that have left an estimated 85,000 children dead.

IPhone 8 Price: New rumors suggest Apple’s 2017 device could start at $1,200

And that's just the entry-level cost.
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Why I Majored in Philosophy Despite Everyone Telling Me Not to

God is dead, but that doesn't mean the humanities will fave to follow suit. I study philosophy not to become a marketable job-candidate, but to become a more whole human being.
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Ron Paul Chooses Hypocrisy Over Principles In Fight Over RonPaul.Com

Ron Paul wants RonPaul.com and RonPaul.org for himself, but his supporters already own the URLs. Instead of working out a free-market deal, what did Paul do? Sue them. In the UN.
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Anti Gay Companies: Attacks Against Chick Fil A Should Also Be Called Hate Crimes

While Gay Rights activists often complain of hate speech, in recent weeks they have been the ones perpetrating the same hate crimes they decry.
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Paul Ryan Economic Plan: In Attacks Against GOP, Capitalism Suddenly Becomes a Dirty Word

The selection of Paul Ryan as VP nominee brings an onslaught of attacks on capitalism.

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The Liberty Revolution Reaches Scotland: An Interview With Logan Scott

In the wake of Ron Paul, the Libertarian movement is catching fire in Scotland. This is an exclusive interview with the leader of the Scottish Libertarian Party, Logan Scott.
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How Jimmy McMillan, of The Rent Is Too Damn High Party, Explains the 2012 Elections, Even if He Didn't Mean to

Jimmy McMillan, of The Rent Is Too Damn High Party is not using the word “rent” as did economist, Adam Smith. If he did, his popularity would plummet though he might get some votes.
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Dangerous Divide Between the Rich and Poor Signals Need For Evolving Economics

In the face of rising inequality, unsustainable consumption and impending resource scarcity, we must pay closer attention to the lessons of nature; we can evolve as a group to survive.
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Santorum Wins Iowa and Shines at GOP Debate, Attacks Newt Gingrich: "These Are Not Cogent Thoughts."

At Thursday night's GOP debate, Rick Santorum got real with Newt Gingrich about his record as speaker of the House.
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Banks, Not the Federal Government, Are Distorting the Free Market

The federal government has been criticized for making poor investment decisions that hurt the economy, but would be hard-pressed to find a worse decision than those made by the banks.

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With Ohio Vote, Analyzing the Rights and Economics of Unions

We should have the freedom to unionize, but no law should hinder the government from going against unions and their platforms.
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P2P and Occupy Wall Street: It's Not Just Technology, It's the People

#OccupyWallStreet protesters are transforming into real life the same social, peer-to-peer networking that occurs on social media sites like Facebook.
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What to Know About the Rights and Economics of Unions

We should have the freedom to unionize, but unions themselves shouldn't have the same rights as individuals. No law should hinder the government from going against unions and their platforms.