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Did Nike make a huge NFL-like mistake embracing Colin Kaepernick?

Is there business logic for Nike embracing Colin Kaepernick? I think there is, for the NFL and athletic shoe business are very different. via Pocket
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Google’s pro-Muslim algorithms

Back in 2007, the Organization of Islamic Countries (OIC) lobbied the United Nations to impose worldwide blasphemy laws. via Pocket
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Nike vs In-n-Out: The Silent Majority Have Spoken

Not all forays into politics are equal. Two companies in the news in the past few days highlight this lesson. The Silent Majority has spoken. This is the story of In-n-Out versus Nike. Let’s start with In-n-Out Burgers. via Pocket
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When a rich man’s software predicted the end of civilization

Fifty years ago, David Rockefeller formed the Club of Rome with the mission to “promote understanding of the global challenges facing humanity and to propose solutions through scientific analysis, communication, and advocacy. via Pocket
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Who can properly investigate the Catholic Church’s sex abuse crisis?

In recent weeks , there’s been considerable coverage and chatter in the mainstream media, on social media, and in the Catholic blogosphere on the fallout over the Pennsylvania grand jury report, not to mention the Pope Francis versus Archbishop Viganò controversy, which has basically developed int via Pocket
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The untold, unlearned story of the man who implemented Hitler’s horrors

The new film Operation Finale is the story of the carefully calculated capture, trial, and execution of Adolf Eichmann, the “architect” of Hitler’s final solution: the extermination of the Jews of Germany, Poland, France, the Baltics, Hungary, and what was then Czechoslovakia. via Pocket
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Midterm election trends not looking good

We’re two months out from the midterm elections, and the trend doesn’t favor our team – in the Senate, the House, or governorships. Despite a roster of Democratic candidates promoting socialist ideas, a lot of Americans don’t seem to find the line-up of loons particularly crazy. via Pocket
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