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  1. Hunger For Hate: SPLC Still Promoting Debunked NAACP BombingRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 28 | VDARE

    When a pipe bomb went off in a Colorado Springs building with an NAACP office in it, Steve Sailer thought it looked " sketchy ", and Michelle Malkin published The "NAACP Bombing" a or The Barbershop Bang? pointing out that To recap: On the morning of Jan. 6, a crude device-reportedly a flare placed inside a pipe, which was enclosed in a gas can-caused minor damage and charring on the outer wall of Mr. G's Hair Design Studio. The NAACP office is located on the opposite side of the building But the allegedly racist perpetrator of the "NAACP bombing" turned out to be a disgruntled client of a now-deceased tax accountant who once worked in the same office complex.

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  2. New York Times: "Why Do White People Find It So Hard To Talk...Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 27 | VDARE

    NEW YORK TIMES: "Why Do White People Find It So Hard To Talk About Race?" Because The NYT Attacks Us When We Do! The New York Times Opinion page asks in a Tweet why "white people find it so hard to talk about race," which leads to their " conversation with white people on race ."

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  3. The Latest in Fiasco News: Sir Tim HuntRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 27 | VDARE

    Awhile back I posted about the public flaying of chemist Sir Tim Hunt under the title of " Nobel Scientist Says Women Take Things Personally; Women Take It Personally . " Not surprisingly, it now turns out, the professional SJW who started the witchburning The report began by confirming that Sir Tim had joked about falling in love with women in laboratories and 'making them cry'.

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  4. Women Entrepreneurs Worldwide Still Face Big HurdlesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 1 | Forbes.com

    I am a journalist who covers entrepreneurship, technology and small business. For more than a decade I have been a regular contributor to the New York Times and my articles have appeared in lots of others places, like CNNMoney, Christian Science Monitor, Crain's New York Business, Real Simple, Salon, The Atlantic and Fortune Small Business.

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  5. Can You Require Your Employees To Be On Facebook?Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 1 | Forbes.com

    I'm a lawyer-turned-journalist who has covered entrepreneurship for nearly 10 years. My writing has regularly appeared in publications such as The New York Times, where I also blogged on women and entrepreneurship; and Fortune Small Business, where I was senior editor.

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  6. Roundup: Vladimir Putin's shadow over Greece, and moreRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 1 | Boston.com

    Putin's shadow: Putin's shadow looms over the unfolding Greek euro-drama, writes Robert Kaplan in the Wall Street Journal. "Russia may be helping to inflame Syriza's internal divisions in the hope that Greece's ruling party cannot make the difficult concessions necessary to stay in the eurozone.

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  7. E-Mail: Former NYT Reporter Promised Hillary a Puff Piece With Veto Power Over ContentRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 1 | NewsBusters.org

    T. Becket Adams at The Washington Examiner reports newly released e-mails demonstrate the pliant press Hillary Clinton counted on while she was Secretary of State. The most embarrassing e-mail concerned Leslie Gelb, one of those revolving-door liberals former appointee of Lyndon Johnson and Jimmy Carter, and former New York Times correspondent and columnist.

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  8. On Americaa s less traveled roads, finding the opposite...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 1 | Albany Times Union

    Pop quiz for tourists: What's the polar opposite of standing in line for two hours in the hot sun for a three-minute gee-wiz experience that's man-made and costs hundreds of dollars? Answer: Hiking uphill through a primitive forest, sweating and shivering in the rain, to witness, at no cost and for as long as you like, the view of a mist-shrouded lake surrounded by an unending green carpet of primitive forest. That vast oversimplification occurred to me this week as my wife's Colombian family wrapped up its first visit to the United States-a trip that took them from Disney World to the canyons of Manhattan, from the white monuments of D.C. to a Ben and Jerry's in Saratoga.

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  9. Paul Krugman Sticks It To Poor People With $225,000 Salary To Study Income InequalityRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 1 | The Daily Caller

    This week, trustees of the cash-strapped, taxpayer-funded City University of New York system approved a hefty annual salary as well as the fancypants title of "distinguished professor" for Paul Krugman. New York City's public college system pays Krugman $225,000 each year to analyze the vexing problem of income inequality at the CUNY Graduate Center's Luxembourg Income Study Center, Gawker notes .

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  10. Reports: Average Manhattan apartment price is now over $1.8 million, a new highRead the original story

    Wednesday Jul 1 | Canadian Business Magazine

    The appraisal firm Miller Samuel says in a report for Douglas Elliman Real Estate that its figure - $1.87 million - compares to $1.77 million reached in the first quarter of last year. Douglas Elliman Chief Executive Dottie Herman tells The New York Times that New York real estate experts "don't even blink" at the numbers.

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  11. Reports: Average Manhattan home price is over $1.8 millionRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 1 | Daily Herald

    The appraisal firm Miller Samuel says in a report for Douglas Elliman Real Estate that its figure - $1.87 million - compares to $1.77 million reached in the first quarter of last year. The YGS Group provides digital and printed reprint services for Daily Herald.

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  12. Average Manhattan home price is over $1.8 millionRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 1 | Worcester Telegram & Gazette

    The appraisal firm Miller Samuel says in a report for Douglas Elliman Real Estate that its figure - $1.87 million - compares to $1.77 million reached in the first quarter of last year. Douglas Elliman Chief Executive Dottie Herman tells The New York Times that New York real estate experts "don't even blink" at the numbers.

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  13. Group builds urban garden to source local food, break down racial barriersRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 1 | Business Journal

    With a growing population downtown, Urban Harvest STL, led by architect Mary Ostafi, has constructed a 9,000-square-foot farm to grow vegetables as part of an urban revitalization effort.

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  14. America's cyber sentinel asleep on guard dutyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 1 | CNN

    Callan: Massive breach of federal employees' personal data shows the need to make officials step up the level of security Paul Callan is a CNN legal analyst, a former homicide prosecutor and media law professor. He is "of counsel" to two law firms: Edelman & Edelman, PC and Callan, Koster, Brady & Nagler, LLP.

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  15. 'How's it playing?'Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 1 | Bloomberg

    Connecting decision makers to a dynamic network of information, people and ideas, Bloomberg quickly and accurately delivers business and financial information, news and insight around the world. When she was secretary of state, Hillary Clinton and her staff fretted over her press coverage, celebrating favorable stories and trying to tone down others, some 3,000 e-mails released late Tuesday by the State Department showed.

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  16. This Creative Director Is Paid To Write Wedding Speeches And Break-up LettersRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 1 | Advertising Age

    Register to become a member today. You'll get the essential information you need to do your job better, including Nathan Phillips is an advertising exec with an unusual side project that involves writing break-up letters, wedding speeches and TED talks.

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  17. Meet Hillary Clinton's Least-Likely AdviserRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 1 | National Journal

    It was, to say the least, an unusual distinction for a 50-something labor economist and professor at the New School in New York City who'd struggled for decades to gain political traction for her ideas. But it was just one of the epithets suddenly being hurled at Ghilarducci, and not only by bloggers.

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  18. The Daily 202: The best nuggets from Hillarya s emails and Jeba s tax returnsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 1 | The Washington Post

    Calvin Coolidge will join the Racing President's lineup Friday night at Nationals Park during their fourth-inning dash. He is expected to be retired at the end of the 2015 season.

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  19. Does Your State's Unclaimed Funds Expose Too Much Private Information?Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 1 | The Huffington Post

    When it comes to privacy, not all states are alike. This was confirmed yet again last week in the 50 State Compendium of Unclaimed Property Practices we compiled.

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  20. Five important takeaways from the latest release of Hillary Clinton's emailsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 1 | American Thinker

    First of all, the release has been bowdlerized, with redactions of emails that were previously regarded as "routine" suddenly upgraded to "classified," so as to shield their contents from public scrutiny. The New York Times : The State Department said late Tuesday that portions of two dozen emails from this tranche had been redacted because they were upgraded to "classified status."

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