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Rachel Laser, an attorney who worked for Planned Parenthood and is known for advocating for abortion, LGBT issues and fighting against racial discrimination, has been named as the first non-Christian to lead Americans United for Separation of Church and State in the 71-year history of the organization.
In all out goddess worship, a Michigan rabbi and psychologist Tamara Kolton is teaching that Eve was sexually violated by God in the Bible and was the first female in the #metoo movement. She begins her blog on Forward, "The time has come for me to step forward, too. It’s time we all acknowledge an overwhelmingly powerful source of shame and silence — in the bible.”
Co-founder of Facebook Chris Hughes revealed his thoughts on implementing a universal basic income due to the rise in automation. Not unlike Mark Zuckerberg, who vouched for the system in his 2017 Harvard commencement speech, Hughes argues for a universal basic income that would pay everyone a universal rate by increasing taxes.
Pure Ridiculousness, Ex-Subway pitchman Jared Fogle claims judge was biased against him because of...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Former Subway pitchman and now convicted child predator Jared Fogle filed a novel argument in his case this week: The judge who sentenced him was biased because, he says, she has teenage daughters. Fogle, who is now representing himself in the case, filed a motion to recuse on Tuesday in the U.S. Court for the Southern District of Indiana.
For many in the tech world, self-driving cars are an absolute future, however, to the rest of America they are just a dreaded possibility. WATE a local news station in Knoxville, Tennessee polled their social media platforms and requested if their followers were "ready to ride in a self-driving vehicle.” The response from the overwhelming majority, ninety percent, stated no.
In a creepy turn of events, scientists have now grown the first human-sheep hybrids, more specifically sheep embryos with human cells. Researchers from Stanford University and the University of California presented their new work at the annual American Association for the Advancement of Science in Austin, Texas, on Sunday, the Guardian reported.