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Wednesday, July 13, 2016

How could so many talented, well-meaning artists, who clearly loved and respected the original, produce such a raggedy-looking, thuddingly unfunny, utterly unnecessary reboot? read more


WASHINGTON DC  --  After more than three years as a fugitive, Edward Snowden is now in CIA custody, an Agency press release states. Sources inside the Agency claim that Snowden was captured in the early hours of the morning while walking the streets of Moscow's Arbat District, where he was ambushed by an extraordinary rendition team illegally operating on Russian soil.


Saturday, July 02, 2016

Interviewing.io, a service which allows interviewers and interviewees to match up online and conduct interviews based on their communication skills recently set out to fix the "gender gap in tech" by creating a voice changer that would allow interviewees to mask their voice, and in turn their gender, in an attempt to tackle bigoted interviewers.

What the study revealed – to the shock of the feminists who organized it – was that women underperform in job interviews even when the interviewer believes them to be male...

Interviewing.io's Aline Lerner, who authored the report, originally hypothesized that differences in real-world interview results was down to employer discrimination against women, but the results quickly forced her to rethink her view. read more


Do students who choose to major in different fields have different academic aptitudes? This question is worth investigating for many reasons, including an understanding of what fields top students choose to pursue, the diversity of talent across various fields, and how this might reflect upon the majors and occupations a culture values...

According to a recent Payscale college salary report, STEM majors tend to be the most highly compensated. That STEM majors have consistently had the highest average academic aptitude may also reflect the fact that STEM disciplines are highly complex and require such aptitude...

These data show that US students who choose to major in education, essentially the bulk of people who become teachers, have for at least the last seven decades been selected from students at the lower end of the academic aptitude pool. read more


Friday, July 01, 2016

Former Sec. of State Hillary Clinton is scheduled to meet Saturday with the FBI, a source close to the investigation into her private email server tells The Daily Caller. read more


Comments

I couldn't help but notice that nobody contested what the NYTimes had to say about this subject. I figured you'd like them more than the "Clinton Cash" documentary -- a messenger which could easily be killed.

"Now make a case for why I should care."

I'll just copy-paste again, since the import is lost on some of our fellow posters:

Beyond mines in Kazakhstan that are among the most lucrative in the world, the sale gave the Russians control of one-fifth of all uranium production capacity in the United States. Since uranium is considered a strategic asset, with implications for national security, the deal had to be approved by a committee composed of representatives from a number of United States government agencies. Among the agencies that eventually signed off was the State Department, then headed by Mr. Clinton's wife, Hillary Rodham Clinton.

#46 | Posted by Corky

Is NYTimes "myth-led"?

Offer something other than an ad hominem, and I might come back.

UN: Suspend Saudi Arabia from Human Rights Council:

Saudi Arabia, as the leader of the nine-nation coalition that began military operations against the Houthis in Yemen on March 26, 2015, has been implicated in numerous violations of international humanitarian law. Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International have documented 69 unlawful airstrikes by the coalition, some of which may amount to war crimes, killing at least 913 civilians and hitting homes, markets, hospitals, schools, civilian businesses, and mosques.

They didn't do that with home-brewed weapons. We them the materiel that's being used in war crimes.

small donors, like Saudi Arabia?
www.nytimes.com

The Clinton Foundation has accepted tens of millions of dollars from countries that the State Department -- before, during and after Mrs. Clinton's time as secretary -- criticized for their records on sex discrimination and other human-rights issues. The countries include Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Oman, Brunei and Algeria.

Saudi Arabia has been a particularly generous benefactor. The kingdom gave between $10 million and $25 million to the Clinton Foundation. (Donations are typically reported in broad ranges, not specific amounts.) At least $1 million more was donated by Friends of Saudi Arabia, which was co-founded by a Saudi prince.


what an amazing champion of womens' rights!

The Clintons' uranium deal with russia is perhaps the most shocking detail revealed in the recent Clinton Cash documentary, but it's not the only one.

TL;DW: Billary will compromise their "ideals" if the price is right.

Gal-pals forever!

DWS previously served in the Florida House of Representatives and the Florida Senate, and was campaign co-chair for Hillary Clinton's 2008 unsuccessful run for President.

heavy.com

"[Sanders] tells CNN's Jake Tapper that if he is elected president, Debbie Wasserman Schultz would not be reappointed as DNC chairwoman"

DWS' response?

"This is a silly story. He won't be president."

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