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militaryarmament:

A Special Operations Forces soldier with the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) provides security while a Road Maintenance Team checkpoint is being built in Tagab, Afghanistan, Nov. 26, 2010.

militaryarmament:

A Special Operations Forces soldier with the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) provides security while a Road Maintenance Team checkpoint is being built in Tagab, Afghanistan, Nov. 26, 2010.

communismkills:

That post is much better said this way:

If everyone should be a feminist because “without feminism, women wouldn’t be allowed to vote”, shouldn’t everyone be a Republican, because “without Republicans, blacks wouldn’t be allowed to be free?”

(Source: mma-gifs)

big-bad-wolf-fitness:

My worst nightmare people

big-bad-wolf-fitness:

My worst nightmare people

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meme-gene:

Make wrestling memes: http://www.memegene.net

meme-gene:

Make wrestling memes: http://www.memegene.net

whitehouse:

Did you think she was done for the day? Here’s Betsey Stevenson on America’s place among developed nations in female labor force participation, and how we can improve it.
ilovecharts:

Ok, so things are improving on many fronts when it comes to women in the workforce, but we’re slipping compared to other countries when it comes to female labor force participation.
Since 1990, the U.S. has dropped from 7th to 16th in that category among advanced democracies—that’s in the bottom third. In fact, we’re the only developed country that does not guarantee paid maternity leave.
But with the right policy changes, we can jump back up the leaderboard and help expand opportunity for millions of women. Paid leave and other policies that enable workers to better balance work and family obligations could help boost female labor force participation. One study estimated that U.S. female labor force participation would be 6.8 percentage points higher if the U.S. had implemented a suite of family-friendly policies. (cc Republicans in Congress)


Our entire economic structure is not based off the “labor force” anymore as a whole. Westernized countries are moving more and more into a kapitol based society, underdeveloped countries are the ones that will see a rise is labor.

whitehouse:

Did you think she was done for the day? Here’s Betsey Stevenson on America’s place among developed nations in female labor force participation, and how we can improve it.

ilovecharts:

Ok, so things are improving on many fronts when it comes to women in the workforce, but we’re slipping compared to other countries when it comes to female labor force participation.

Since 1990, the U.S. has dropped from 7th to 16th in that category among advanced democracies—that’s in the bottom third. In fact, we’re the only developed country that does not guarantee paid maternity leave.

But with the right policy changes, we can jump back up the leaderboard and help expand opportunity for millions of women. Paid leave and other policies that enable workers to better balance work and family obligations could help boost female labor force participation. One study estimated that U.S. female labor force participation would be 6.8 percentage points higher if the U.S. had implemented a suite of family-friendly policies. (cc Republicans in Congress)

Our entire economic structure is not based off the “labor force” anymore as a whole. Westernized countries are moving more and more into a kapitol based society, underdeveloped countries are the ones that will see a rise is labor.

eltigrechico:

pussypoultergeist:

fake-tumlbr:

"but in REAL communism…"

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ok but communism is and always has been an anarchist ideology so countries that have claimed to be representations of communism were not

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redbloodedamerica:

As I’ve said before IS/ISIS/ISIL = Hamas.  It’s all the same.

(Source: michell169)

big-bad-wolf-fitness:

FUUUUUUUUUUUUUCK

big-bad-wolf-fitness:

FUUUUUUUUUUUUUCK

(Source: 12-gauge-rage)

weirdvintage:

Dog with pipe, 1940s (via)

weirdvintage:

Dog with pipe, 1940s (via)