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splinternews.comEverything Wrong With America In One GoFundMe PageIt’s a pretty damning indictment about the state of America in 2018 when it takes the school shooting death of a beloved substitute teacher to draw attention to her husband’s crowdfunding campaign to raise money to pay for a lifesaving medical treatment, without which he’ll die within a year.
latimes.comAs more women file lawsuits against USC, gynecologist defends himself in letter to The Times"Patients sometimes fabricate stories," Dr. George Tyndall wrote in a letter to The Times. By Friday afternoon, 21 women were suing USC over treatment by Tyndall, who served for nearly three decades as the only full-time campus gynecologist until he was forced out last year.
thenextweb.comPost Cambridge Analytica, the EU needs to end policy-makers’ preferential treatment of FacebookFollowing the Cambridge Analytica affair and the massive leak of 87 million people’s data revealed earlier this year, Facebook is facing unprecedented scrutiny of its business model and especially its use of users’ personal data. These scandals provide political momentum for new initiatives to better regulate Facebook and other tech giants. However, any action to …
news.avclub.comThis Christopher Robin trailer is a perfectly adorable weekend treatWe’ll be honest: When we first heard the phrase “Live-action CGI Winnie The Pooh sequel” floating around the pop culture ecosystem, we cringed a bit. In a world where CGI version of The Smurfs and Alvin And The Chipmunks are hiding everywhere, just waiting to force you to listen to them rap, the idea of A.A. Milne’s beloved characters getting a similar treatment was just a little too grim to countenance.
theedadvocate.orgThe Sobering History of Native American Education in the 19th Century - The EdvocateSpread the loveEarly American history laid the foundations for today’s educational system. While much of that foundation was the groundwork for growth and change, not all of it has been so progressive. The history of the Native American population after the arrival of colonists has been one filled with conflict and force, and the treatment of the Native American people within the context of education has unfortunately not been much different. The Indian Removal Act of 1830 was a policy of coercion that relocated the Cherokee from their native lands to reserve lands west of the Mississippi. Battles over the …
forbes.comIf Cancer Can't Survive In An Alkaline Environment, Why Don't We Use That As A Treatment?If no disease, including cancer, can survive in an alkaline environment, then why aren't doctors using this method to heal their patients? This question was originally answered on Quora by Mike Condron.