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Religion of the Left: Cultural Marxism Makes Men Kissing Men A-Okay!

Religion of the Left: Cultural Marxism Makes Men Kissing Men A-Okay! | Hidden News For Need to Know | Scoop.it
Some strange things happen in Texas. For a southern state that once fought at the Alamo, we’ve seen some really..
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Planned Parenthood Cecille Richards Asked when Life Begins; Response is priceless

Planned Parenthood Cecille Richards Asked when Life Begins; Response is priceless | Hidden News For Need to Know | Scoop.it
This woman makes $400,000 a year for killing babies. Envy of Mafia hit-men. She has three children and their lives..
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How to Raise Leptin Levels

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Leptin is a hormone that helps manage appetite levels. If you are feeling lethargic or if you want to lose a little bit of weight, you may require more leptin in your system.

 

Leptin works by informing your brain about how much you have in your fat reserves. These emergency reserves are available to your body when immediate or regular nutrition is not available.

 

With weight gain, your leptin communication becomes confused, and you develop a resistance to leptin. This can cause continued weight gain that becomes very difficult to lose.


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8 Great Philosophical Questions That We'll Never Solve

8 Great Philosophical Questions That We'll Never Solve | Hidden News For Need to Know | Scoop.it
Philosophy goes where hard science can't, or won't. Philosophers have a license to speculate about everything from metaphysics to morality, and this means they can shed light on some of the basic questions of existence. The bad news? These are questions that may always lay just beyond the limits of our comprehension.

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BBC - How online 'chatbots' are already tricking you

BBC - How online 'chatbots' are already tricking you | Hidden News For Need to Know | Scoop.it
Intelligent machines that can pass for humans have long been dreamed of, but as Chris Baraniuk argues, they’re already among us

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Whitewashing Republican Support of Civil Rights | BlackPressUSA

Whitewashing Republican Support of Civil Rights | BlackPressUSA | Hidden News For Need to Know | Scoop.it
One of the best kept secrets over the past 50 years is that, proportionately, Republicans in Congress supported passage of the landmark 1964 Civil Rights Act by a much wider margin than Democrats.
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Press Release: Democrat Nina Turner Does Not Know How Ohio Elections Work - traceywinbush@gmail.com - Gmail

Press Release: Democrat Nina Turner Does Not Know How Ohio Elections Work - traceywinbush@gmail.com - Gmail | Hidden News For Need to Know | Scoop.it
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Pope Francis: Espousing A Peronist Rather Than A Marxist Liberation Theology?

Pope Francis: Espousing A Peronist Rather Than A Marxist Liberation Theology? | Hidden News For Need to Know | Scoop.it
Will recent economic statements by Pope Francis expand and democratize the debate about how to build a Christian and humane economy?
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'Loud Music' case: Michael Dunn portrayed himself as 'f-----g victim' in Florida shooting death of Jordan Davis

'Loud Music' case: Michael Dunn portrayed himself as 'f-----g victim' in Florida shooting death of Jordan Davis | Hidden News For Need to Know | Scoop.it
Michael Dunn, the Florida man convicted Saturday in the so-called "Loud Music" trial, described himself as the "f-----g victim" shortly after the 2012 shooting death of 17-year-old Jordan Davis.
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This man has a problem when he thinks he is the Victim 

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The school-to-prison pipeline: By the numbers | Al Jazeera America

The school-to-prison pipeline: By the numbers | Al Jazeera America | Hidden News For Need to Know | Scoop.it
It's what some call "one of the greatest civil rights challenges today," and it's found across the country
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Obama Former Foe - Barack believes he knows how to be black after reading

Obama Former Foe - Barack believes he knows how to be black after reading | Hidden News For Need to Know | Scoop.it
Bobby Rush once said Obama’s over-education provided him with an “ivory tower” outlook and he specifically took issue with Obama suggesting that the black community’s days of protesting are over.
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First lady rallies on Obamacare: 'There but for the grace of God go I' | WashingtonExaminer.com

First lady rallies on Obamacare: 'There but for the grace of God go I' | WashingtonExaminer.com | Hidden News For Need to Know | Scoop.it
The president has dispatched first lady Michelle Obama to rally Democrats around his beleaguered Obamacare which she has boiled down to one religious phrase: “There but for the grace of God go I.” At a New York City fundraiser for Senate Democrats...
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DID YOU MISS THIS? Planned Parenthood created page for Anal Sex for Teens; Remnants still there

DID YOU MISS THIS? Planned Parenthood created page for Anal Sex for Teens; Remnants still there | Hidden News For Need to Know | Scoop.it
Did you know that onn their site aimed at teenagers, they include an article ( “All About the Anus” ) which teaches..
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7 Habits of Incredibly Happy People

7 Habits of Incredibly Happy People | Hidden News For Need to Know | Scoop.it
Surprisingly, it can be the little things that have an outsized impact on our day-to-day happiness levels.

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Science Says Overconfidence Key to Success

Science Says Overconfidence Key to Success | Hidden News For Need to Know | Scoop.it
Average people think overconfidence is a character fault; entrepreneurs embrace it.

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Most people assume overconfidence is a negative character trait that creates failure through hubris and overreach.  Science, however, has long known that entrepreneurs are consistently overconfident.  If they weren't, they wouldn't launch startups.

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Great Personality Test - Enjoy!

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Look at the trees and choose the one that is immediately most appealing to you. Don’t think about it too long, just choose, and find out what your choice says about your personality. write down your choice in the comments.  


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BREAKING NEWS - Jews ordered to register in east Ukraine: Very serious crisis developing, evocative of Germany in the 1930s.

BREAKING NEWS - Jews ordered to register in east Ukraine: Very serious crisis developing, evocative of Germany in the 1930s. | Hidden News For Need to Know | Scoop.it
Jews in the eastern Ukrainian city of Donetsk where pro-Russian militants have taken over government buildings were told they have to “register” with the Ukrainians who are trying to make the city become part of Russia, according to Israeli media.

Jews emerging from a synagogue say they were handed leaflets that ordered the city’s Jews to provide a list of property they own and pay a registration fee “or else have their citizenship revoked, face deportation and see their assets confiscated,” reported Ynet News, Israel’s largest news website.
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'Notice to Black Artists': Behind R&B's Struggle at Radio & The Letter That Has the Industry Buzzing

'Notice to Black Artists': Behind R&B's Struggle at Radio & The Letter That Has the Industry Buzzing | Hidden News For Need to Know | Scoop.it
No song spent more time atop the Billboard Hot 100 last year than Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines," which logged 12 weeks at No. 1 and set the all-time record for radio audience when it reached 229 million listeners in a week. It did so by tapping the sound of classic R&B, which has sparked both controversy – its groove is close enough to Marvin Gaye's 1977 No. 1 hit "Got to Give It Up" to have sparked a since-settled suit involving the Gaye family – and ongoing discussion. That's because 2013 was also a year that didn't have a single black artist top the Hot 100 as a lead performer – the first time that's happened in the chart's 55-year history.Why? The increasing dominance of pop at radio – across all formats – is one reason. But a satirical commentary by Sebastien Elkouby published on RapRehab.com the day of the Grammy Awards (Jan. 26) took aim at the marginalization of black artists in popular culture in general. It struck a nerve – especially in light of the apology Macklemore made the following day to Kendrick Lamar for "robbing" him at the Grammys.Macklemore Tells Kendrick Lamar It 'Sucks That I Robbed You' After GRAMMYs"This letter is sad because it's not far from the truth," says the co-founder of one R&B independent label. The head of an R&B-focused marketing and branding agency boils down colleagues' universal reaction to the posting in six words: "I was thinking the same thing." An executive who works in the U.K. R&B music industry, adds, "[It] summarized a long-held feeling or fear about what's happening with black music, but [people] haven't felt confident enough to raise these issues."One person who does is Jeff Robinson, president-CEO of MBK Entertainment. Robinson helped guide Alicia Keys to stardom and helms the careers of R&B singer-songwriters K. Michelle and Elle Varner. He says it was tough to break an R&B artist in 2001, when Keys' debut album, Songs in A Minor, hit No. 1, and it's even tougher now."With radio all playing the same songs by the same artists it's difficult to break through," says Robinson. "Even top producers are reluctant to work with new artists, preferring to take the easier way out to work with more established ones." Labels and radio have moved in the direction of branding the music as "adult R&B," whether it's from an established artist like Toni Braxton (whose recent album with Babyface, 'Love, Marriage & Divorce,' debuted at No. 4 on the Billboard 200) or a new artist like Varner. "So they tend to not believe in its selling power as they once did," says Robinson. "I couldn't disagree more.""R&B has to be given a chance," says Reggie Rouse, PD of Atlanta mainstay WVEE, which plays a notable amount of new R&B music for its 18-54 audience. On WVEE, alongside Drake and Ace Hood you'll hear Tamar Braxton and Miguel as well as R. Kelly, Jill Scott and Anthony Hamilton. "I know we have to get ratings, but we jump off R&B records too quickly because it takes longer to research than hip-hop. R&B is the core, the foundation for pop, hip-hop and other music."But radio playlists have indeed tightened, in part due to Nielsen Audio's Portable People Meter, which monitors listening more accurately than diaries once did. For some R&B stations this has meant playing a higher quotient of oldies or switching to another format altogether to retain audience and advertising dollars. Elsewhere it's created a drive to find the songs that get the biggest and broadest audience response, which often are pop songs that can work as cross-format smashes – like "Blurred Lines" or Lorde's "Royals," a hit on the Hot 100, as well as the alternative, hip-hop and Latin charts.It's "killing our culture," laments the head of one indie label. "We're hitting a glass ceiling with such limited exposure." R&B industry executives and managers worry that the genre, like jazz before it, will continue to shrink in exposure and audience. Others say the music simply isn't strong enough right now, and point to the emergence of R&B alternative artists like The Weeknd and Frank Ocean as the future.One thing that may soon change is the drought for black artists atop the Hot 100. Pharrell's "Happy" is No. 2 on the chart dated March 1, and has the momentum to go to No. 1. If it does, Pharrell will be the first lead black act to top the chart since Rihanna in December 2012 with "Diamonds." The only thing in the way right now? The reigning No. 1: Katy Perry's "Dark Horse," which is fueled by a hip-hop assist from Juicy J. If Perry's new video posts big numbers, the Hot 100 blackout may continue.Read Elkouby's piece on the next page and a break down of some its key points.
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Lopsided Vote at Vallourec Surprises Union Activists | Business Journal Daily

Lopsided Vote at Vallourec Surprises Union Activists | Business Journal Daily | Hidden News For Need to Know | Scoop.it
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Bobby Rush defeated Obama in 2000: Obama a Harvard ‘educated fool’ who ‘thinks he knows all about’ the ‘civil rights protests’ - Wayne Dupree.com

Bobby Rush defeated Obama in 2000: Obama a Harvard ‘educated fool’ who ‘thinks he knows all about’ the ‘civil rights protests’ - Wayne Dupree.com | Hidden News For Need to Know | Scoop.it
Rush slammed Obama in an interview with The Chicago Reader published on March 17, 2000, saying, “He went to Harvard and became an educated fool,” adding, “We’re not impressed with these folks with these eastern elite degrees.” Rush reportedly said...
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▶ Design for Brad Smith - YouTube

http://www.designforbradsmith.com #DesignForBradSmith Brad Smith is pleased to launch a one-of-a-kind fashion design competition for emerging U.S. fashion de...
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Iran, world powers reach historic nuclear deal

Iran, world powers reach historic nuclear deal | Hidden News For Need to Know | Scoop.it
A historic agreement has been reached between Iran and six world powers on limits to Iran’s nuclear program, a European Union official has confirmed.
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