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Educational CyberPlayGround, Inc. strives to help Teachers, Parents, and Policy Makers Learn about: Music, Teaching, Internet, Technology, Literacy, Arts and Linguistics in the K12 classroom.

Uranium firm lobbied Trump administration to scale back Bears Ears National Monument will get rocked by Indians – Lets “RUMBLE” documentary

Uranium firm lobbied Trump administration to scale back Bears Ears National Monument Uranium firm lobbied Trump administration to scale back Bears Ears National Monument | via Thinkprogress https://t.co/S3qOoL4n9V — SafetyPin-Daily (@SafetyPinDaily) December 9, 2017 Look out Rumble the Indians who rocked … Continue reading

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Paul Ryan’s war on poverty was really just a war on the poor.

Corporate profits are at an all-time high and workers’ pay has stagnated. Yet my Republican colleagues want to give corporations and the top 1% a permanent tax cut. There are coming major moves against Medicaid, food stamps & housing. It turns … Continue reading

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Howard Bloom and Danny Goldberg converse in NY on “How I Accidentally Started the Sixties”

Howard Bloom will discuss new book “How I Accidentally Started the Sixties.” Continue reading

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Opps Republicans, thinking they were passing a tax cut, actually voted to raise taxes on business by $300 billion.

The Senate GOP Accidentally Killed Some of Its Donors’ Favorite Tax Breaks Mitch McConnell never subjected his blueprint for restructuring the world’s largest economy to a single hearing. So the Republicans, thinking they were passing a tax cut, actually voted … Continue reading

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With iOS 11, Apple’s entire protection scheme has fallen apart.

https://www.theregister.co.uk/2017/12/01/apple_ios_11_security_downgrade_decried_as_horror_show/ Alfonin in his post suggested “Apple gave up” in the wake of complaints from police, the FBI, and users. Asked whether he had any reason to believe the change was made to appease authorities, he said, “I don’t believe … Continue reading

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