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"It does a disservice to these students because [not one of] these students are learning anything more than to be perpetual victims of racism," he concluded. "I think back to the way that I saw the world -- when I saw the world like that young lady -- and it was it was hurting me. And when I saw myself as a victim that was not able to achieve I didn't see more for myself." … [Read more...] about Jussie Smollett hoax allegations spark powerful response from black, gay Republican
Wholesalers are pushing this bill in the name of “states’ rights” and claiming that by undermining the Commerce Clause the CARE Act would empower states to better control their alcohol laws. While shifting power out of Washington and to state governments is generally preferable, the Commerce Clause serves an essential role in the devolution of power. Its purpose is to prevent states from passing protectionist measures that unfairly disadvantage out of state entities. In short, the Commerce Clause makes the United States a large, prosperous free-trade zone. … [Read more...] about ‘Whine’ wholesalers don’t CARE about consumers
Most mobile games are designed to appeal to every demographic on Earth simultaneously. Consider this: what is the narrative of Candy Crush? Nobody knows, it’s just bright colors and harmless shapes. Plus, most games have their narrative crafted to justify the mechanics of that game. For instance, if a developer makes a game where you can just hop into any car in the virtual world, the player’s character might be designated a car thief in the narrative, as in Grand Theft Auto. But according to Sacco, Lily’s Garden and its narrative structure is very deliberately targeted at what I’ll call (non-pejoratively!) “Facebook Moms,” women over 30 who make up the largest audience for these types of mobile games. … [Read more...] about The Story Behind Those Bizarre, Incredible