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is an online free content reference work for making sense of controversial topics. It is written collaboratively by volunteers using custom wiki software. The principal goal of th…
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is an article about the recent decision by a California judge to strike down the state’s 32-year old ban on assault weapons [Tx7]. It was written by Eliga Gould, Professor of Hist…
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is a question related to the recent decision by the FDA to grant approval to an experimental Alzheimer’s drug, Aducanumab, despite significant opposition from the scientific commu…
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is a claim about the FDA’s recent decision to approve an experimental Alzheimer’s drug for use despite a substantial rejection by its own scientific panel of experts on the subjec…
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is a claim which correlates an individuals desire to be vaccinated with their trust in their government. It is sourced from a 2020 study [TxA] on public perceptions of government …
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is a document which delineates national frame of government of the United States of America. It was ratified in 1789, and has since been amended 27 times.
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is an article written by the NRA-IL that makes the case that gun control laws do not reduce crime, rather in contras if more people bared arms society will be safer.
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is an article summarizing facts of the Sheikh Jarrah eviction case in Israel. It was written by Alex Safian and published by the Committee for Accuracy in Middle East Reporting an…
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is a paper which analyzes the strategic implications of Jewish settlement in the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood for the State of Israel. It was published by the Jerusalem Institute fo…
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is an investigative report by ProPublica and The New York Times into how the Chinese government is currently using traditional forms of propaganda to counter reports of human righ…
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is a paper which describes an algorithm for ranking the relative importance of Web pages. It was written by Lawrence Page, Sergey Brin, Rajeev Motwani, and Terry WInograd, and pub…
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is an investigative report by ProPublica into taxation of the ultraweathy in the United States, based on Internal Revenue Service data on the tax returns of thousands of the natio…
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uses חדוה for the first time, when Moshe tells Yisro that Hashem took the Jews out of Egypt and performed plagues against the Egyptians.
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An article written by Melinda Wenner Moyer that sums up the evidence that disprove the claim made by the NRA and other pro gun advocates that If more people carried guns to protec…
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is a biographical writeup of Heidi Larson, an American anthropologist and the founding director of the Vaccine Confidence Project.
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