Treasury Deep-Staters Go After ExxonMobil on Trumped-up Charges – Brian McNicoll

ExxonMobil – a favorite whipping boy of the left – found itself back in the deep state’s crosshairs this week. via Pocket
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When Alinskyites Collide: Anti-War Protesters Descend on John Kerry’s Townhouse | Ed Driscoll

They weren’t personally home yesterday, but if John and Teresa* were angry that anti-war protestors were pounding on the door of their Beacon Hill townhouse, they might want to dust off their copy of Saul Alinsky’s Rules for Radicals, or borrow a copy from Kerry’s boss, who trained under Alinsky via Pocket
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Gen. Selva Warns of Killer Robots Unleashed on Society

During testimony before the Senate on Tuesday, Air Force General Paul Selva, the second-highest ranking officer in the U.S. military, expressed his concern about the use of automated weaponry that relies on artificial intelligence to determine when to discharge and what and whom to destroy. via Pocket
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Depression in heart attack survivors: Common, often untreated – CNN.com

Clyde Boyce has been hospitalized 14 times in the past four years. Elizabeth Lucas contributed to this report. via Pocket
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The Real Reason We Need To Stop Trying To Protect Everyone’s Feelings | Observer

Like every kid, I was forced to read Fahrenheit 451 in high school. There is a trend afoot to conveniently remember the works of authors like Ray Bradbury and Aldous Huxley as warnings against distant totalitarianism and control. But this only scratches the surface of what these books are about. via Pocket
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Civil unrest related to Freddie Gray death caused depressive symptoms among mothers in affected neighborhoods, study finds – Baltimore Sun

Half of the mothers who lived in the neighborhoods wracked by the civil unrest that followed the death of Freddie Gray in 2015 became so stressed by the circumstances that they suffered from insomnia, loss of appetite and other depressive symptoms, according to new research by the University of Mar via Pocket
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Althouse: “And right then I knew that I was tired of good people, that I had had all the good people I could take.”

My question is: How did some people get to be considered the “good” people in the first place? It’s that question that fires my antagonism to liberals. They think they are good. via Pocket
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