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The Supreme Court ruled that students don't have to stand for the Pledge of Allegiance—that goes for the national anthem on the ballfield too.https://t.co/ijNa3tn1U0


The Supreme Court has ordered Budget Secretary Benjamin Diokno to explain the delay in the release of the fourth and final tranche of salary increases for government workers. | @dpazzibuganINQ https://t.co/iLWMVu6euj
"The more challenging issues for Democrats concern reforms that require political incumbents to relinquish some of the immediate political advantage they enjoy," argues TAP contributor Richard H. Piles about the future of elections for the party. https://t.co/ZSHJd6afJ6
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@rezaaslan Certain conservative columnists who now disdain Trump still can't help but remind us but that their heavily coded and hypocritical "values " arguments set the stage for this pathological presidency.
UPDATE: Channel 3 is learning more about the final resting place for a Chattanooga priest that's on the road to sainthood. #CHAnews https://t.co/h1ERLqfZfV
NEW @WritersofColour: When will we stop blaming Black single mother households for violent crime?

Miranda Armstrong discusses stereotypes that do not reflect the reality for many

The good news is that Indian businesses are taking a proactive approach to train their workforces for the future and they have the most clearly defined decision-making process of all executives https://t.co/vtb9Ow5dZe
Brad Davison, UW's lead guard for most of last season, understood and accepted that his role would change with the return of D'Mitrik Trice. https://t.co/61QY8jPOVj
“After having time to consider things we will GLADLY provide no-cost eye exams to all NFL officials prior to next season to prevent the atrocity that occurred tonight,” the post read. “We would hate for someone else to feel our pain.” (via Fox News) https://t.co/U48VtwJRVv
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