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5 Tips To Attract Hummingbirds

5 Tips To Attract Hummingbirds

While some gardeners can go years without ever seeing sight of tiny hummingbirds, most of us can agree that these curious little birds are often buzzing around us while we are working in the garden. Not only are hummingbirds delightfully ...

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Bernie Wants To Destroy Charter Schools

Bernie Wants To Destroy Charter Schools

Leading Democratic presidential contender, US Senator Bernie Sanders (I-Vermont) wants to destroy charter schools. Bernie “wants to destroy the best schools poor urban kids have,” the liberal Intelligencer charges. In fact, the Intelligencer claims, “the best-managed charter systems produce dramatically ...

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Even Dog Walking Is Racist In Washington D.C. Now

Even Dog Walking Is Racist In Washington D.C. Now

Dog walking is racist at Washington D.C.’s Howard University. Furthermore, Howard students are now telling dog walkers to stay off campus. Specifically, dog walkers report that Howard students are harassing them on social media, The Guardian reveals. White people walking ...

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Robot Revolution: Is The American Workforce In Jeopardy?

Robot Revolution: Is The American Workforce In Jeopardy?

The ongoing robot revolution will kill many jobs forever. In fact, some experts are afraid robots, autonomous machines, and artificial intelligence will kill all jobs. For example, Futurism writer Dan Robitzski fears an “economic robot revolution” in which automation kills all ...

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Bee Apocalypse Threatens The Food Supply

Bee Apocalypse Threatens The Food Supply

A bee apocalypse threatens the food supply according to a scientist who studies insect population. Moreover, Sandra Rehan believes most of the wild bees in New England are dying out. Specifically, 90% of 14 wild bee species in New England were ...

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