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Really interesting perspective. Judges being a partisan office has always seemed like a bad idea. https://ift.tt/2PYOcjx
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11 hours ago by AaronLMGoodwin
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11 hours ago by AaronLMGoodwin
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tfw you’re rooting for nepotism 😬 (the proposed reforms are a project pushed by son-in-law Jared Kushner) https://ift.tt/2K6GnTH
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11 hours ago by AaronLMGoodwin
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My initial thoughts are that causing a ruckus this way is deft politicking on the part of Ocasio-Cortez. I also think a select committee with the specific goal to propose a plan to become 100% renewable is a good idea. I’m interested in hearing counter arguments. Would this be more effective through existing standing committees? https://ift.tt/2FyHTPY
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11 hours ago by AaronLMGoodwin
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Introduction to GraphQL Mongo Helpers https://buff.ly/2pRY7Ji
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17 hours ago by kev_nz
GitHub - Kevnz/react-form-elements: Form Elements for react to keep the boilerplate down.
ReactFormElements - Form Elements for React to keep the boilerplate down. I have updated the latest version to use the new hooks coming to React https://buff.ly/2zXSL3s
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17 hours ago by kev_nz
US has spent $5.9 trillion on Middle East, Asia wars since 2001: Study
It would have been better just to burn that money as a fuel source. What a waste of lives, time, and resources. https://buff.ly/2RVFZtF
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18 hours ago by AaronLMGoodwin
The Interior Secretary Says The California Wildfires Are “Worse Than Any War Zone I Saw In Iraq”
California is on fire, but yes, cable news, please ignore us and cover the whitehouse palace intrigue about mid-level staffing changes 🙄🙄🙄 https://buff.ly/2zRpvM3
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yesterday by AaronLMGoodwin
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I was recently looking at the list of Congressional seniority, and it's pretty obvious there's slim pickings if you're looking for somebody born past the 1950's who's also been in congress for more than only a couple terms. Democrats are dying on the vine and they need to move younger people into leadership ASAP. I'm not sure who could be a viable replacement for Nancy Pelosi. Barbara Lee is only 8 years younger, but she does have more progressive clout and is a woman of color. Heaven help me if they anoint Joaquin Castro. https://buff.ly/2RXrFBb
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yesterday by AaronLMGoodwin
Delay, Deny and Deflect: How Facebook’s Leaders Fought Through Crisis - The New York Times
Woah. I’m only part-way in, but this is something everyone needs to read. Holy cow. 📰 When Facebook users learned last spring that the company had compromised their privacy in its rush to expand, allowing access to the personal information of tens of millions of people to a political data firm linked to President Trump, Facebook sought to deflect blame and mask the extent of the problem. And when that failed — as the company’s stock price plummeted and sparked a consumer backlash — Facebook went on the attack. While Mr. Zuckerberg conducted a public apology tour in the last year, Ms. Sandberg has overseen an aggressive lobbying campaign to combat Facebook’s critics, shift public anger toward rival companies and ward off damaging regulation. Facebook employed a Republican opposition-research firm to discredit activist protesters, in part by linking them to the liberal financier George Soros. It also tapped its business relationships, persuading a Jewish civil rights group to cast some criticism of the company as anti-Semitic. In Washington, allies of Facebook, including Senator Chuck Schumer, the Democratic Senate leader, intervened on its behalf. And Ms. Sandberg wooed or cajoled hostile lawmakers, while trying to dispel Facebook’s reputation as a bastion of Bay Area liberalism. This account of how Mr. Zuckerberg and Ms. Sandberg navigated Facebook’s cascading crises, much of which has not been previously reported, is based on interviews with more than 50 people. They include current and former Facebook executives and other employees, lawmakers and government officials, lobbyists and congressional staff members. Most spoke on the condition of anonymity because they had signed confidentiality agreements, were not authorized to speak to reporters or feared retaliation. https://nyti.ms/2DlsGPi?smid=nytcore-ios-share
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yesterday by AaronLMGoodwin
My turn: GOP is dead in California. A new way must rise | CALmatters
A noteworthy, if not naive perspective. I think the author drastically overestimates the market in California for “compassionate conservatism”. If any other “new way” is going to emerge, it’s far more likely to come from leftist groups than the ashes of the GOP. https://buff.ly/2DiosYR
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yesterday by AaronLMGoodwin
Wisconsin district investigating photo of students giving Nazi salute before school dance | TheHill
The fact that a photographer would think it's appropriate to ask students to do this is nuts. The fact that most of the kids either complied or laughed is more nuts. https://buff.ly/2T2ej7U
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yesterday by AaronLMGoodwin
New Auto Safety Technologies Push Repair Bills Up - IEEE Spectrum
Aus der Abteilung "Früher war alles Besser": Mal so eben mit dem Auto wohin rumpeln wird immer teurer. https://buff.ly/2QGXlup
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yesterday by hansdorsch
Redirects, and their Effect on Performance or How a (Seemingly Minor) Third Party Change Affected the Website Performance of a Popular JavaScript Bundler – Doug Sillars
Redirects, and their Effect on Performance or How a (Seemingly Minor) Third Party Change Affected the Website Performance of a Popular JavaScript Bundler https://buff.ly/2DDV9Rp
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2 days ago by kev_nz
You’re Not Managing a Team of Software Engineers, You’re Managing a Team of Writers
You’re Not Managing a Team of Software Engineers, You’re Managing a Team of Writers https://t.co/msqwJlXn75
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