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Red Alert Politics – Vote for 2017’s 30 Under 30

Red Alert Politics is hosting their sixth annual 30 Under 30 list of “young, right-of-center leadership who are making an exceptional impact in their communities or on their campuses.” Past winners have included University of Michigan student Hunter Swogger who worked as a social media specialist with Milo Yiannopoulos during the Dangerous Faggot tour and Alex Marlow, Editor-in-Chief at Breitbart News. …

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New Site: Right Wing Dox Squad

The political spiritual extension of Kiwi Farms, RightWingDoxSquad is now open for business. I noticed it was parked recently, but checking in now it looks like a fully functional site dedicated to the left wingers who attack and vilify certain members of the right. Their About page indicates that all information is obtained via basic …

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Bitcoin Explained With Emojis

Bitcoin is a system of digital currency that is not associated with any government or institution. Somewhat confusingly, the word “bitcoin” (without capitalization) is also the name used for the currency itself. The system (Bitcoin) was created in 2009, but the units of currency (bitcoin) are being generated continuously through a process called mining. It’s …

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Real Life Trolley Problem Leaves One Philosopher Dead

It wasn’t a train this time, but drowning. A leading French philosopher who wrote a book on risk-taking has died after attempting to rescue two children from drowning. Anne Dufourmantelle entered the water at Pampelonne beach near St Tropez on 21 July after the children got into difficulty. Witnesses say she immediately tried to reach …

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Sunday, July 23

  How Did Anyone Do Math in Roman Numerals? When it came to manipulating numbers, the Romans were pragmatists, not theoreticians. As you suggest, conquest, commerce, and engineering were their domains, all fields that do require a certain computational acumen. But the average Roman citizen learned only basic arithmetic in school, under the tutelage of …

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