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The Scariest Part of the Facebook Emotion Study
Posted on Jul 3, 2014
Facebook’s manipulation of users is only half the story; two men in Georgia have already proven why the “Guns Everywhere Law” is idiotic; meanwhile, the fact that the majority of the current Supreme Court justices are Catholic has a bearing on the tribunal’s decisions. These discoveries and more below.
Jerusalem ‘Lynch Mobs’ Attack Palestinians After Israeli Teens’ Funerals
Pentagon Preparing for Mass Civil Breakdown
The Real Reason You Should Be Worried About That Facebook Experiment
Two Guys With Guns Have Showdown On First Day Of Georgia’s New ‘Guns Everywhere’ Law
The Uncomfortable Question: Should We Have Six Catholic Justices on the Supreme Court?
‘We Never Meant to Upset You,’ Facebook Says of Study That Was Meant to Upset You
What’s the Matter With Russia?
British Regulator Investigates Controversial Facebook Study
Concerns Rise About Cheating by Chinese Applicants to U.S. Colleges
11 Major Obstacles to Equality That LGBT Americans Still Face in 2014
Megyn Kelly’s awkward Bill Ayers interview: It turns out there are people to Obama’s left!
The Political Problem Behind Our Crumbling Highways
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