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You Won’t See This on TV Boston Review

Tuesday, October 1, 2013
Category: America

From bostonreview.net

Certain scions of criminal justiceâ€"themed entertainment argue that they are educating a generation—Dick Wolf, the creator of Law & Order and its spawn, is one prominent example—but the truth is significantly more interesting than scriptwriters’ fiction.

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U.S. Soldier Fights For Afghan Interpreter Who Saved His Life : NPR

Thursday, September 26, 2013
Category: America

From www.npr.org

American troops are gone from Iraq and leaving Afghanistan, but thousands who served with the American military are still left behind. Afghan and Iraqi interpreters who patrolled, and sometimes fought, beside U.

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Wildcatting: A Stripper’s Guide to the Modern American Boomtown

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Monday, July 29, 2013
Category: America

From www.buzzfeed.com

Mineral extraction boomtowns are often small cities without diverse existing amenities and industries. It was big news that a doughnut shop had opened in downtown Williston this February, and this boom has been going on for five years.

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Edward Snowden: Why did the NSA whistleblower have access to PRISM and other sensitive systems?

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Tuesday, June 11, 2013
Category: America

From www.slate.com

Snowden is a 29-year-old high school dropout who trained for the Army Special Forces before an injury forced him to leave the military. His IT credentials are apparently limited to a few “computer” classes he took at a community college in order to get his high school equivalency degree—courses that he did not complete.

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David Simon We are shocked, shocked…

Sunday, June 9, 2013
Category: America

From davidsimon.com

The question is not should the resulting data exist. It does. And it forever will, to a greater and greater extent. And therefore, the present-day question can’t seriously be this: Should law enforcement in the legitimate pursuit of criminal activity pretend that such data does not exist.

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Life Lessons in Fighting the Culture of Bullshit - Jon Lovett - The Atlantic

Monday, May 27, 2013
Category: America

From www.theatlantic.com

One of the greatest threats we face is, simply put, bullshit. We are drowning in it. We are drowning in partisan rhetoric that is just true enough not to be a lie; in industry-sponsored research; in social media′s imitation of human connection; in legalese and corporate double-speak.

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An Exercise in Intimidation, by John R. MacArthur Harper′s Magazine

Monday, May 20, 2013
Category: America

From harpers.org

In the aftermath of the Boston Marathon bombing, why did so few people protest the decision to lock down parts of the city?

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Hot girls shine shoes at Wall Street shop - NYPOST.com

Saturday, April 27, 2013
Category: America

From www.nypost.com

These shoeshine girls will give you clean boots — and dirty thoughts!

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How Parents Around the World Describe Their Children, in Charts - Olga Khazan - The Atlantic

Friday, April 19, 2013
Category: America

From www.theatlantic.com

Not only are Americans far more likely to focus on their children′s intelligence and cognitive skills, they are also far less likely to describe them as "happy" or "easy" children to parent.

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What Being a Handyman Has Taught Me About Male Insecurity - Andy Hinds - The Atlantic

Monday, April 15, 2013
Category: America

From www.theatlantic.com

Some guys feel really bad about the fact that they don′t know how to hang crown molding.

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