@dpakman: I’m on a ton of political and science newsletters/article lists but none for tech. Anyone have recommendations for some for keeping up with new tech, hardware, electronics, etc?

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@CompassOffice: An impactful and affordable #BasicIncome is in reach.Our new report makes transformative change a political decision, not an economic one.Stewart Lansley on why #UBI could be @UKLabour’s big idea 👇

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@scottsantens: It’s pretty common for people outside the US to visit here and be awestruck by the huge amount of choices in our grocery stores. “You have 50 kinds of spaghetti sauce??” Those same people are also awestruck by our political system. “You have only two political parties??”

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@MeidasTouch: Far too many political figures use mass shootings to absolve themselves of blame. “It’s too soon” to talk about gun control, they say. “Don’t politicize a tragedy.” Here’s the truth: mass shootings are now a near-daily event—and we will not be silenced in pushing for reforms.

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@thehill: “So because a mentally ill teenager murdered strangers, you cannot be allowed to express your political views out loud. That’s what they’re telling you,” Carlson sought to blame Democrats, Biden and the media for politicizing the shooting in Buffalo.

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@AndrewYang: Political scientist Barbara Walter documented ways for conflict to break out – with one common element being that an ethnic group feels its status to be threatened

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@AndrewYang: “Americans no longer look abroad for their most dangerous enemies. They find them across state lines, across the street, across the hall. They see members of the other political party,neighbors, and even relatives as hateful, ignorant enemies who must be checked.”

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@samforus: Polarization. Entrenched ideology. Political news is frequently demoralizing, but this is a failure of imagination—for what could be. We just have to build it. This writer explains the proper focus for a new kind of party. #opinion #politics

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