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A massive new source of public-opinion research offers fresh insights into the fault lines emerging in Donald Trump’s foundation of support.
Now, with the announcement that he’s largely stripping the News Feed of news, he’s breaking his own site, too.the obvious of Donald Trump: that he is a white man who would not be president were it not for this fact., scientists put it starkly: Over the past 50 years, the volume of the ocean with no oxygen at all has quadrupled, while oxygen-deprived swaths of the open seas have expanded by the size of the European Union.The culprits are familiar: global warming and pollution.Mark Zuckerberg moved fast and broke shit, lots of shit.
He broke journalism, by radically deflating the value of the digital advertising on which the livelihood of media now depends; he broke the reading habits of his users, the lab rats in his grand experiment, by constantly manipulating them and feeding them an endless stream of dreck to jack up their “engagement” with his site; and in a way, he broke American democracy, by sitting on his hands as a foreign adversary exploited his platform and by creating the world’s most efficient vehicle for spreading political lies and agitprop.S., reports he mentioned Norway specifically as a place that should be sending people. In fiscal year 2016, 1.18 million people became legal permanent residents of the United States, according to data from the Department of Homeland Security. That status, which is also known as the “green card,” brings immigrants one step closer to becoming naturalized American citizens. In fact, there are fewer Norwegians living in the U. The “immigrants from southern Italy, Hungary, Austria, and Russia,” Walker lamented in were “beaten men from beaten races; representing the worst failures in the struggle for existence,” people who had “none of the ideas and aptitudes which fit men to take up readily and easily the problem of self-care and self-government, such as belong to those who are descended from the tribes that met under the oak-trees of old Germany to make laws and choose chieftains.” More than a century later President Donald Trump would put it differently, as he considered immigration from Africa, wondering, “Why are we having all these people from shithole countries come here?That same year, 753,060 green-card holders became citizens. ” instead suggesting that America take in more immigrants from places like Norway.It looked like a decent camel coat, not fancy but fine.And I’d been looking for one just that color, so when the ad touting the coat popped up and the price was in the double-digits, I figured: hey, a deal!The analysis builds on a growing body of research pointing to increasingly sick seas pummeled by the effluent of civilization.