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President Trump is working to reform our tax system so that Americans are treated fairly, can keep more of their hard-earned money, and companies can bring jobs back to the United States. More: https://t.co/AcgkdLBbeU pic.twitter.com/3RFZMK22fL— The White House (@WhiteHouse) November 16, 2017
Shadow economy as share of GDP, 2017— The Spectator Index (@spectatorindex) November 16, 2017
Rolling Stone: Elon Musk is nothing like you expect!— Elizabeth Sampat (@twoscooters) November 16, 2017
Me, reading: Elon Musk is exactly like I expect pic.twitter.com/xmPB3yl1oN
“Some people want to fill the world with silly love songs / and what’s wrong with that? I’d like to know cos here I go again…” What’s your favourite song from ‘At The Speed Of Sound’? #ThrowbackThursday #TBT New colour vinyl in stores tomorrow: https://t.co/2Zr9T4yGjJ pic.twitter.com/fp3Kj0tWiy— Paul McCartney (@PaulMcCartney) November 16, 2017
1.— Law and Policy (@davidallengreen) November 16, 2017
Historians may one day say Brexit was won and lost in those three or so months between the referendum and May's October 2016 conference speech.
Everything after that has been an aftershock of the decisions made in that period.
"#Rauscher, rausch ab" - nach den fremdenfeindlichen Ausfällen ihres Juraprofessors protestieren Studierende der @UniLeipzig in dessen Vorlesung und fordern seine Entlassung. Inklusive Flugblättern und Tweets an der Wand. Rauscher spricht von "Nazi-Methoden" pic.twitter.com/yrlwt7ATT7— Helke Ellersiek (@Helkonie) November 16, 2017
Next step: Paris for the One Planet Summit on December 12th. pic.twitter.com/vjuIHpdfM5— Emmanuel Macron (@EmmanuelMacron) November 16, 2017
To recap today:— David Frum (@davidfrum) November 16, 2017
1) President of the United States mixed up name of town to which he sent condolences for latest mass school shooting
2) 2 more women accuse GOP senate candidate of molestation
3) Trump admin relaxes protections against elephant poaching
Today we officially launch the @AINowInstitute at NYU! Grateful to be part of an incredible community of scholars in multiple disciplines working on the social and political implications of AI, ML and algorithmic accountability.— Kate Crawford (@katecrawford) November 15, 2017
Health care was single biggest driver of vote in VA last week. Now Senate @GOP plan would torpedo the ACA to make room for tax cuts heavily skewed to the wealthy and big corporations.— David Axelrod (@davidaxelrod) November 15, 2017
Good luck with that in ‘18!
A Fleet St tragedy that my former employer seems no longer to even know what Parliament is for. I’ll vote with the government but questioning the integrity of these good people is anti-democratic madness. https://t.co/544o1pDJMn— Matt Warman MP (@mattwarman) November 15, 2017
2017: Mädchen müssen neben Jungs sitzen, weil die sonst zu sehr stören.— Anne Roth (@annalist) November 15, 2017
So lernen die Mädchen früh, um wen es wirklich geht.
So lernen Jungs früh, das Mädchen eine Funktion haben, aber vor allem nerven.
Human population is growing and urbanizing. No need to panic but human impact needs careful management. Our cities need to be clean and free of pollution. We need to stop desertification to ensure food supply. Investment in permaculture and education are global priorities. pic.twitter.com/gryh6PwQaO— Simon Kuestenmacher (@simongerman600) November 15, 2017