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Fighting Online Trolls With Bots

There's a new tool in the war against cyberbullying. The post Fighting Online Trolls With Bots appeared first on The Good Men Project.

25,000 Hit The Streets In Massive NYC Anti-Trump Rally Hours Before Inauguration Day

The last time Clark Luster marched in New York City was in the 1960s to protest the Vietnam War. Over half a century later, the 72-year-old retiree from Asheville, North Carolina, says a new threat has compelled him to hit the streets...Show More Summary

Trump Hails Jeff Sessions and Claims His Cabinet Has 'Highest I.Q.' in U.S. History (Video)

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Our favorite moment from Thursday's pre-inauguration luncheon: when the president-elect decided he'd escorted future First Lady Melania far enough, pointed at a chair and told her to go sit in it.

Daily Feminist Cheat Sheet

Read this before you march: a syllabus to contextualize the Women’s March on Washington  Women of color can now contribute to a developing Solange Knowles syllabus. This is one person’s emergency plan in case Donald Trump’s deportation force tries to remove him from the country, and he’s encouraging his readers to do the same.  In preparation […]

Three Takes on Trump’s ‘America First’ Tendencies

Policy wonks from across the political spectrum openly assess Trump’s isolationist rhetoric

Four Winds Report for Jan. 20, 2017

There's a pair of interesting aspects involving the signs Capricorn and Pisces today; together, they seem to suggest that anyone looking to subvert the dominant paradigm has some energy they can tap... This is content summary only. Please visit Planet Waves for full links, other content, and more!

Jessica Williams gets ready to meet 'The Incredible Jessica James'

Sundance 2017 updates: 'Icarus,' a documentary about Russian doping, could light another match under U.S.-Russia relations Jan. 19, 2017, 8:56 p.m. The Sundance Film Festival is always exciting - ski slopes, film nerds and movie stars! This year the festival is being held during a Presidential...

College basketball: No. 11 Oregon loses Dillon Brooks to injury during win over Cal

Jordan Bell scored a career-high 26 points, Casey Benson had 15 on five three-pointers and No. 11 Oregon rolled to an 86-63 victory over California on Thursday night in Eugene, Ore.  The Ducks (17-2, 6-0 Pac-12) matched a 104-year-old school record with their 15th consecutive win, but they lost...

Did Senators Rush Through Rick Perry’s Energy Dept Hearing to Attend Corporate-Sponsored Inaugural Lunch?

Compared to many other Senate confirmation hearings for potential Cabinet members, the hearing for U.S. Energy Secretary proved much faster and less rocky for nominee and former Texas Republican Governor Rick Perry.  Perry's hearing lasted about three and a half hours and included only two rounds of questioning. Show More Summary

UFOs and Project Moon Dust

Over the years, ufologists have given a great deal of attention to a certain U.S. military program called Project Moon Dust (also referred to as Moondust). Its origins date back to the 1950s. The reason why so much attention has been placed upon Project Moon Dust is...

Planet Waves Daily Oracle for Friday, Jan. 20, 2017

The lion in you is roaring but you may still be a little hesitant to give it a full bellow. Stay with the hesitation please: there is a lot about to unfold to enter the manifest world and you're just... This is content summary only. Please visit Planet Waves for full links, other content, and more!

NBA roundup: Spurs cruise past Nuggets despite Pau Gasol breaking a finger before game

San Antonio center Pau Gasol broke a finger in warmups, Coach Gregg Popovich was ejected in the second quarter, but the Spurs still had no trouble in a 118-104 victory over the visiting Denver Nuggets on Thursday night in San Antonio. Kawhi Leonard scored 34 points, rookie Dejounte Murray added...

Being Gay Is Still A Crime in Sri Lanka, and that's Not Going to Change Anytime Soon (Video)

Supporters of decriminalization lost to anti-LGBT groups that declare, “We will not let these mother f--king dogs ruin our culture.”

Virginia Civil Rights Memorial

On April 23, 1951, 16-year-old Barbara Johns and several fellow students led a strike to protest the conditions at their racially segregated school near Farmville in Prince Edward County. Under the  leadership of Rev. L. Francis Griffin, students and parents contacted NAACP attorneys. The lawsuit that followed was brought before the U.S. Supreme Court and  […]

African American Civil War Memorial & Museum

The African American Civil War Memorial & Museum is the only national memorial to honor the contributions of the United States Colored Troops (USCT) and sailors during the Civil War. Inscribed on the Wall of Honor are the names of more than 200,000 black soldiers and sailors and 7,000 white officers who bravely fought the […]

Exclusive Ideagen Interview Part II with Capgemini's Kim Smith

George: Suspend disbelief. Truly profound. On that note, what key lessons and vantage points have helped you successfully carry out this role? Kim: I think there are a few things that I've learned. Success is fleeting, and failure is not permanent. Show More Summary

Memo To Black Folk: Don't Be So Thirsty For Trump's Kool-Aid

It's been fascinating to watch all the brouhaha in Black America as, one by one, Donald Trump grants an audience to certain leading Blacks, but has yet to meet with Black leaders. It was shameful and disgraceful to watch Trump pose for...Show More Summary

Nature’s Pastel Creation

The late evening sun picks out the normally hidden details of our more than human world. The post Nature’s Pastel Creation appeared first on The Good Men Project.

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