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(MP3 DOWNLOAD) - (PODCAST) The 13-year-old inside you (||) doesn’t care about your defeatist political “stance” and adult cynicism. S/he’s a truther who owns a physical copy of The Anarchist Cookbook. S/he doesn’t ironically listen to (Hed)P.E. Show More Summary

Political "Tradition" Keeping MMA from New York

Inside the Beacon Theatre during the UFC 189 press conference in New York City. (Photo by Jeff Bottari/Zuffa LLC) Was it the height of delusion and naiveté to think when Sheldon Silver resigned as speaker of the New York State Assembly...Show More Summary

“It was a toe-to-toe, behind-the-scenes battle”: Inside the war over the CIA torture report

Filmmaker Michael Kirk tells Salon about his new "Frontline" documentary "Secrets, Politics and Torture"

Get a Political Job!

Special offer: Political Job Hunt: An Insider’s Guide to Finding a Job That Makes a Difference. This 236-page ebook contains more than a hundred actionable tips to help you find a job in politics, public policy and government affairs. Save [...]

Business Insider is hiring associate video producers to join our growing news team

Business Insider is hiring associate video producers to join our growing news team. The role includes conceptualizing and editing videos across a range of subjects, including breaking and viral news, politics, entertainment, and more. Show More Summary

Polite dog has learned to bark with his inside voice

Librarians should take note: you can bring your dog to work. Brody the dog has mastered his bark. He can do all kinds of volumes, from a powerful "ruff," to a tiny, polite whisper. You name it, he can speak it. This polite dog should...Show More Summary

When Network TV Got 'Politically Incorrect'

The Paley Center for Media, which has locations in both New York and LA, dedicates itself to the preservation of television and radio history. Inside their vast archives of more than 150,000 television shows, commercials, and radio programs, there are thousands of important and funny programs waiting to be rediscovered by comedy nerds like you […]

Inside Private Eye's Riotous Lunches

Movers and shakers from the political and media worlds descend to drink, bitch and exchange gossip at the lunches held by Britain's famous satirical magazine.

The Greens' change is more than a generational one - it ends the Brown-Milne era

A key insider says the pair have been the 'heart and soul' of Green politics for a quarter of a century. But this new leader comes from a health, not environment, background.

The Greens' change is more than a generation one - it ends the Brown-Milne era

A key insider says the pair have been the 'heart and soul' of Green politics for a quarter of a century.

Inside Boston University, A Debate Over Whether Climate Change Is Real

Are political interests making their way into BU's decision to divest from fossil fuels? The post Inside Boston University, A Debate Over Whether Climate Change Is Real appeared first on ThinkProgress.

The Dutiful Wife – putting the ‘I’ into ‘We’ while turning a political spouse into a smiling doormat #cqaf15

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The Dutiful Wife is a short but explosive piece of contemporary dance theatre by Off The Rails that examines whether a political spouse can hold it together in public while anxiety and unease grows inside? Can a politician’s wife rationalise her husband’s political rhetoric about integrity, loyalty and trust with reports of his unzipped trousers? more...

Billionaire investor Peter Thiel: 'Always aim for a monopoly. From society's perspective, it's complicated. But from the inside, I always want to have a monopoly.'

Billionaire technology investor Peter Thiel gave an on-stage interview in London on Wednesday night, where he explained his political philosophy, as well as what he looks for in investments. One of the first questions that Thiel was asked by interviewer Niall Ferguson was how he spotted the potential in Facebook back in 2004. Show More Summary

Baltimore Hurts O’Malley’s Already Slim Chances

Politico: “Martin O’Malley’s political career, which started on the streets of Baltimore, may also end there: Half of Democratic insiders in the early states believe this week’s riots have hurt the former mayor’s already long-shot presidential hopes.”

The One-State Conundrum: The Everyday Politics of Confinement in Palestine

By Sandy Tolan | (Tomdispatch) | – The SUV slows as it approaches a military kiosk at a break in a dull gray wall. Inside, Ramzi Aburedwan, a Palestinian musician, prepares his…

Gene Fullmer dies at 83; middleweight champ twice defeated Sugar Ray Robinson

Outside the boxing ring, he was called "Gentleman Gene" for his polite manner. Inside the ring, however, middleweight champion Gene Fullmer was the "Cyclone" or the "Mormon Mauler."

The Flute at the Checkpoint

The Everyday Politics of Confinement in Palestine Cross-posted with TomDispatch.com The SUV slows as it approaches a military kiosk at a break in a dull gray wall. Inside, Ramzi Aburedwan, a Palestinian musician, prepares his documents for the Israeli soldier standing guard. Show More Summary

Bitcoin is starting to march toward the mainstream

Bitcoin is growing up. I was briefly at the Inside Bitcoins conference in New York on Tuesday. The broad takeaway was that the cryptocurrency community is moving away from its origins in political ideology, specifically cryptoanarchy,...Show More Summary

Facebook Messenger Launches Free VOIP Video Calls Over Cellular And Wi-Fi

It’s not polite to call someone out of the blue anymore. Best to text them first. That’s why Facebook thinks video calling will live naturally inside Messenger. Today, Messenger is launching free VOIP video calling over cellular and wifi connections on iOS and Android in the U.S., Canada, UK, and 15 other countries. Facebook’s goal is to connect people face to face no… Read More

CNN Suggests GOP Might ‘Overreach’ on Clinton Foundation Scandal

On Sunday’s Inside Politics, CNN’s John King argued that despite the numerous scandals the Clintons have dealt with over the years one “thing the Clintons have benefited from in the past is Republican overreach.”

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