Anonymously speak to a Trump supporter with 'Call a Deplorable'

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Anonymously speak to a Trump supporter with 'Call a Deplorable'——-If this Presidential race has got you stuck in a political echo chamber on Facebook, then maybe you just need a safe space to ask someone how on Earth they could possibly hold different political views than yourself. That’s the intention behind CallA…——-——-• Source: Go to […]

Ecuador confirms it cut Assange's internet for US election interference

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Ecuador confirms it cut Assange's internet for US election interference——-Last night Wikileaks confirmed Ecuador — whose London embassy its founder has been holed up in since June 2012 — was responsible for cutting off Julian Assange’s internet access. Now the Ecuadorean government has explained why it changed the WiFi p…——-——-• Source: Go to Source——-• Author’s […]

Trump may be building his own online video service

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Trump may be building his own online video service——-As Donald Trump’s presidential campaign appears to be circling the drain with 23 days to go, the Republican nominee must be thinking about what comes next. According to The Wall Street Journal, Trump might be retreating to the relatively safe confine…——-——-• Source: Go to Source——-• Author’s Name: […]

Ken Bone learns about election cycle scrutiny the hard way

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Ken Bone learns about election cycle scrutiny the hard way ——- Ken Bone became an internet sensation literally overnight following last Sunday’s presidential debate, and as such he’s been making the media rounds in a big way (and trying to cash in on his celebrity). Doing the Reddit AMA is a big part of the […]

Google highlights fact-checking stories one month before election

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Google highlights fact-checking stories one month before election ——- This year’s US presidential election is one of the most acrimonious in memory, with not a day going by without one campaign accusing the other of outrageous falsehood (some more than others). With one month to go until the country casts its votes, Go… ——- ——- […]

Donald Trump's video apology goes out over Facebook, Twitter

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Donald Trump's video apology goes out over Facebook, Twitter ——- Hours after the Washington Post published a video of Donald Trump in 2005 stating, among other things, that “And when you’re a star, they let you do it…You can do anything. Grab them by the p—y,” the candidate issued a video response that went ou… […]

Why are there only two major parties in American politics?

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In U.S. politics, birds of a feather flock together. Most American voters claim their loyalties to one of just two candidates. The two-party system has been around since the earliest years of independence.  To this day, smaller players like the Libertarians or the Green Party are mostly left out. But it wasn’t always that way. […]