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We can’t lose ground in alternative energy development
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There were compelling political reasons for Ryan to bow out.
Most of the senators weren’t buying his young Jimmy Stewart act.
That he brought up the story at all tells us everything we need to know about the casual acceptance of our culture’s unexamined misogyny.
Grownups in the U.S. Senate act like such babies, why not let an actual baby join them?
Rugby players make hard tackles, but without protective equipment the tackler learns to protect himself, and the tackled player is safer as well.
How might such folks respond in 2020 if they’d heard that the 2020 Census would ask whether or not they’re U.S. citizens?
The press release from the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee was groundbreaking, if difficult to believe.
Parker looks like a soft and huggable teddy bear, just the right size for dragging around the house. But Parker holds secrets in his small frame.
It should be a welcome move when publications hire outside of their comfort zone.
Maybe we should show the young a little more respect. We should admit that we do, occasionally, learn from them.
He offered what might be considered evidence of the White House having an unusual rooting interest in a news organization — and one whose expansion is now in his administration’s hands.