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31 Best Websites for Scoring Freebies

Learning where to look for these deals and free samples can save you a significant amount of money on a variety of stuff.<p><i>By Douglas Ehrman, Contributor</i><p>As the world becomes even more commercialized, an increasing amount of free stuff can be had through discount offers, recycling efforts and Internet …

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Confucius fights the 1 percent: More reasons to mistrust all wealthy elites

<b>(AP/Reuters/Scott Roth/Dan Hallman/Jonathan Ernst/Photo montage by Salon)</b><p>“The gentleman understands what is moral,” Confucius said. “The small man understands what is profitable”<p>Michael Schuman<p>March 29, 2015 5:30pm (UTC)<p>Excerpted from “Confucius: And the World He Created”<p>The tattered condition of …

Anne R. Allen's Blog: How NOT to Sell Books: Top 10 Social Media Marketing No-Nos for Authors

Treating people with contempt doesn't convince them of your superiority. It convinces them you're a bully with all the erudition and <i>savoir faire</i> of a …

The Remarkable Philosophy of JAINISM

<b>One of the most remarkable creations of Indian civilization is the philosophy and religion of Jainism.</b><p><b>The Jain community in India today is an</b> …

Secrets of a power marriage: The Disraelis were the Clintons of their time

The story of a great Victorian statesman and his rich, vulgar wife offers clues to the world’s strangest romances<p>Laura Miller<p>February 25, 2015 11:58pm (UTC)<p>It's not exactly a love story, "Mr. And Mrs. Disraeli: A Strange Romance," the new dual biography by British writer Daisy Hay, or at least not …

Why the right hates American history

<b>(White House Historical Association)</b><p>Thomas Jefferson knew that education is vital to a functioning Democratic Republic. Conservatives have other ideas<p>Thom Hartmann<p>February 26, 2015 7:25pm (UTC)<p>This article originally appeared on AlterNet.<p>Sure, the war on education helps Republican lawmakers destroy …