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from The Times

In the writers’ room... with Tony Benn

If we can fund wars, the death penalty, etc. Then we can fund humanitarian missions, the Peace Corps, and help feed the poor in our own country!

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Cave drawing art. What a cool way to incorporate social studies with art.

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The Federal Reserve - a privately owned Rothschild, cental banking cartel charging taxpayers interest on money they print out of thin air since 1913.

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Each and every one of them is democratic socialist too !!!

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"The abuse of women and girls is the most pervasive and unaddressed human rights violation on earth." Jimmy Carter

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from Telegraph.co.uk

Credit crunch Christmas cards for a Great Depression and Hungry New Year snapped up

!! This ^ same can be said for here in the UK (obviously different examples for where else my tax money will go)

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There will always be someone trying to get us to do something wrong... we progress when we refuse.

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African-Americans were kept out of public pools for decades.

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from The Huffington Post

Why the 'Homeless Spikes' Deserve the Turner Prize

"On one level, as so much twitter outrage has pointed out, these spikes symbolise the transformation of the homeless into a form of vermin. But their artistic resonance goes further than that. These spikes beautifully encapsulate the essential concerns of a society that has abandoned any pretence of social justice, fairness and equality, even to the point of refusing to ensure what ought to be the essential component of any civilised society - a home for all its citizens."

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from Twitter

Shelby Kent-Stewart on

"I cannot understand anti-abortion arguments that center on the sanctity of life. As a species we've fairly comprehensively demonstrated that we don't believe in the sanctity of life. The shrugging acceptance of war, famine, epidemics, pain and life-long poverty shows us that, whatever we tell ourselves, we've made only the most feeble of efforts to really treat human life as sacred." --Caitlin Moran

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