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If Democracy Makes a Comeback, White Suburban Women Will Be a Big Factor
There are many facets to the anti-Trump resistance. But grassroots activism among suburban women may be the key.
Feb 24 10:50AM Alternet

The Anti-Trump Movement Has Already Made Profound Progressive Change
Among a (tiny) fatalistic fringe of the far left, the idea that meaningful change can be made through electoral politics is a stale joke after all, if voting changed anything, they'd make it illegal. Meanwhile, a much larger number of mainstream progressives accept the vital importance of casting ballots, but devote virtually all of their energy and attention to federal elections.
Feb 23 11:31PM Daily Intelligencer

Legislation by Lynch Mob
February 23, 2018, 12:05 amEntrusting legislation to politically correct lynch mobs which is the first instinct of Democrats after any tragedy doesn't make for good policy or good politics. In the feverish mood of the moment, a Democrat could propose house-to-house confiscatory gun sweeps and receive a standing ovation in certain quarters.
Feb 23 1:06PM The American Spectator

Why 2018 Is Do-or-Die for Democrats
Editor's Note Back during the Clinton presidency, I used to spend a fair amount of time as a White House reporter plopped in the office of Doug Sosnik. A veteran of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, Sosnik joined Clinton's team as White House political director and later morphed into a more free-floating and influential job as a Clinton counselor.
Feb 23 11:50AM POLITICO Magazine

The Real Reason Congress Banned Assault Weapons in 1994
Ingraham writes: "The 1994 assault weapons ban was never intended to be a comprehensive fix for 'gun violence' writ large. Its purpose, according to gun violence experts and the lawmakers who wrote the bill, was to reduce the frequency and lethality of mass shootings.
Feb 23 8:18AM Reader Supported News

It's unfair to expect graduate students to shoulder all the diversity work (opinion)
Print This Conditionally Accepted Expecting graduate students to engage in diversity work that benefits the university -- without compensation or accountability -- is inherently exploitative, argues Prabhdeep Kehal. February 23, 2018 I have hit the diversity wall.
Feb 23 8:09AM Inside Higher Ed

Middle America Reboots Democracy
Nancy Reynolds looks like no one's idea of a revolutionary, least of all her own. She has a quick and contagious smile, shiny coiffed hair, a bad knee, and four grandchildren.
Feb 22 9:12PM Democracy Journal

7 Incredibly Creepy Traits the NRA and ISIS Have in Common
The National Rifle Association (NRA) may not be a terrorist group, but it shares a lot in common with the world's most notorious terrorist group. In the wake of the slaughter of 17 students and teachers at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, the NRA's vise-like grip on lawmakers has become painfully noticeable.
Feb 22 7:45PM Grit Post

Work After #MeToo, Your Questions Answered
The recent public reckoning with workplace sexual harassment has left many people shaken for good reason. After all, as Joan Williams and Suzanne Lebsock write in Now What?, today's work environment is much different after the #MeToo revelations.
Feb 22 5:31PM Harvard Business Review

Will the future of work be family-friendly?
How family-friendly will the future workplace be, and what are the key trends emerging in policies surrounding family leave? There have been a lot of discussions about how flexitime, remote working and policies of that ilk can make employees happier and increase both productivity and retention. However, there is another pressing welfare-related issue that those considering the future of work have to consider: how family-friendly will the future workplace be, and what kind of changes will be made to policies concerning family leave? In Ireland, there have been substantial changes to family-leave policy in the last few years.
Feb 22 5:07PM Silicon Republic

8 Game-Changing Strategies to Become More Influential at Work
Lifestyle / Motivation Whether you are at the top of the corporate ladder or just want to be heard in a meeting, influencing skills are vital for anyone to be successful. February 22, 2018 5 min read Apply now This story originally appeared on Ellevate Whether you are at the top of the corporate ladder or just want to be heard in a meeting, influencing skills are vital for anyone to be successful.
Feb 22 5:06PM Entrepreneur

Five Reasons You Should Encourage Employees Flexible Work Schedule
Today's flexible schedule is different than it was in the past. Instead of giving employees an extra hour in the morning to replace a lost hour in the afternoon, companies have started introducing the benefits of flexible hours and exempt employees (those salaried and exempt from overtime pay) to boost the company's performance.
Feb 22 5:00PM Happy Melly

12 Companies With Amazing Work-Life Balance Hiring Now
When it comes to work and life, work-life balance is super important. Work-life balance is a sweet spot where you feel challenged and satisfied by your workbut it's work that leaves you enough time to head to happy hour with your friends or binge watch Netflix at nightwhatever floats your boat.
Feb 22 2:10PM Glassdoor Blog

Joshua Wong wants Hong Kong to be famous for its democracy, not its dim sum
Joshua Wong found out that he had been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize the same way the rest of the world did: by scrolling through the news and stumbling across his name. Wong is used to making headlines.
Feb 22 9:07AM Newsweek

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Feb 22 9:00AM

Women report more rudeness at work from other women
Women report more incivility from other women at work than from male coworkers, according to a new study. In other words, women are ruder to each other than they are to men, or than men are to women.
Feb 22 12:33AM Futurity

Four reasons the NRA should fear the Parkland student survivors
(CNN)They're just kids. Nave.
Feb 21 11:56PM CNN

There will never be another Billy Graham, because the world that made him possible is gone
As word of Billy Graham's death spread on Wednesday morning, commentators observed that since he retired in 2005, no evangelical leader has emerged to occupy his unique place in American society. But even if there were anyone out there with the same talents that enabled Graham to represent all of evangelicalism, we likely would never know it.
Feb 21 9:06PM

The Importance of Rudeness
Drew Magary on the New York Times op-ed section and the limits of being polite. David Brooks wrote something terrible this week.
Feb 21 8:46PM GQ

ACRE: Action Center on Race and the Economy
It is unsurprising that Amazon's announcement of a new secondary headquarters has created a ripple effect of chaos in over 200 cities across the country. Amazon is one of the 5 wealthiest companies worldwide and its CEO, Jeff Bezos, is the wealthiest person in the world (personally worth over $100 billion).
Feb 21 6:18PM Medium