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Communicating Data to Drive Change | Stanford Social Innovation Review Foreign Policy Research Institute The Rhino Den’s Kerry Patton has a call to… – Ranger Up Military and MMA Apparel Belgium Attacks: “Sit And Wait” – | @TheRhinoDen | Home

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Top item: Use @DSearls’ “One Tab”!

see: and OneTab extension (Chrome and FF) – save memory / reduce tab clutter American cities increased their use of civic engagement tools during the Great Recession, but did not fully embrace citizen involvement in decision-making | USAPP Fearless

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Ordered by location Province takes meaningful steps toward climate change strategy | Pessimism about climate change does not justify inaction | Al Jazeera America War Machines Are Developing Faster Than Our Ability to Regulate Them | Big Think Healthy

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ProCon Analogs

ProCon Analogs Dispute Finder – Rob Ennals Rob Ennals robennals's think-link at master – GitHub Rob Ennals – YouTube Dispute Finder Demo Video – YouTube Think Link Demo Video – YouTube Dispute Finder Video from 2010 Intel Labs Berkeley Open

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Dharma – Cho – Shambhala

Dharma – Cho – Source: Dharma – Cho – Shambhala

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C-51 … Harper’s conservatives revert RCMP to days of SA’ s BOSS

NB: Canadian Anti-terrorism Law; comprehensive (forensic?) analysis by Craig Forcese (professor teaching national security law at the University of Ottawa; participant in the Canadian Network for Research on Terrorism, Security and Society) and Kent Roach (University of Toronto law faculty;

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Pulblic Statement on New US National Security Strategy; “‘Compass’ Through Shifting Security Landscape”

White House Says Obama’s New National Security Strategy a ‘Compass’ Through ‘Shifting Security Landscape’ – Defense One. Obama’s Critics – and Some Supporters – Ask ‘What National Security Strategy?’ – NBC Obama’s national security strategy: can he halt years

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