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Boycott, Expose and Sanction Corporations That Feed Off Prisons

Mass incarceration has turned into a huge revenue stream for corporations as the for-profit prison industry is worth about $70 billion. Attempts to reform the industry are useless at a political level. So how can we fix it?

All attempts to reform mass incarceration through the traditional mechanisms of electoral politics, the courts and state and federal legislatures are useless. Corporations, which have turned mass incarceration into a huge revenue stream and which have unchecked political and economic ...

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Sharista Giles Wakes Up From Coma & Discovers She Gave Birth

Here's to hoping Sharista will get to meet her baby in the flesh very soon. If you want to help out, the family has started a gofundme page to help defray Sharista's medical costs.

Sharista Giles was five months pregnant when a car accident put her in a coma. Weeks later, she was still unconscious when she gave birth to her child, who was born less than two pounds but doing well. Yet this ...

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Jennifer Lopez, Cleavage Inspired Google’s Image Search

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According to a statement from Google executive chairman Eric Schmidt, actress, dancer and singer-songwriter Jennifer Lopez–specifically her cleavage—was the inspiration behind the creation of Google’s image search. The pictures of Lopez decked out in a cleavage-revealing emerald green dress during ...

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Booming Business Relies Heavily On Social Ownership And Contribution

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In today’s day and age, some of the largest businesses in the world make their money off of providing opportunities and interaction for everyday people. The transportation company Uber has risen to become the largest taxi service in the world, ...

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Reviews Reveal The New MacBook The Future Of Laptops, But With A Catch

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Reviews agree that the new MacBook with 12-inch Retina display is the most beautifully designed laptop available in the market today. However, reviews also underscored its limitations in the processing category. The new 12-inch MacBook from Apple Inc may be ...

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STUDY: Heroin Users More Common Than Thought

Heroin Poppy. Photo: Pinterest

Today’s typical heroin user is a middle-class suburban dweller who started off with prescription painkillers, a new study reports. Once mainly a problem of teens living in impoverished neighborhoods in large cities, heroin use now more commonly affects whites in ...

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Phone Surveillance Revelation Should Prompt Review Of NSA Spying

Surveillance Reform Movement Rallies Ahead Of June 1 Deadline/ Imgur

Does evidence of a decades-old surveillance program throw out the case many public officials have made for the modern surveillance state? Since Edward Snowden first leaked documents about secret National Security Agency (NSA) programs, government officials have defended them in ...

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