A controversial startup that charges $8,000 to fill your veins with young blood is opening its first clinic
I think rich people can afford to pay more in taxes…
A startup called Ambrosia that charges $8,000 to fill your veins with the blood of young people plans to launch its first clinic in New York City. Founded by Stanford grad Jesse Karmazin, the company just completed the first clinical trial designed to test the benefits of young blood transfusions.
Kids as young as 7 have been hacking our election websites at a hacker event. How many times have you heard that story on the nightly news?
“Insurgent candidates’ climate plans, then — involving large-scale government investment and economy-wide transformations — aren’t just populist and politically salient in the sense that they’re promising jobs and a higher standard of living. They’re also more firmly in line with the science than the market fixes Bloomberg imagines.”
Insurgent candidates are running on bold stances, but there’s been less focus when it comes to preventing the potential end of human civilization.
The arrest of the two men touched off a furor around the U.S. over racial profiling.
Reality has a liberal bias.
In the long run, we’re all dead, but Republicans are especially dead.
This has been my experience with my local democratic Town Committee and state party. The power brokers are old, out of touch, and afraid of young people with new ideas. It’s time to toss the bums out!
Like Democratic Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, Hillary Clinton sucks the oxygen out of the room, making it harder for younger elected Democrats to get air time and make their voices heard.
“Start with the premise that killing children is wrong, period. It is as wrong in Manchester as it is in Sanaa, Yemen. It is wrong to kill a child as an act of war, whether the killing is done by a U.S. soldier, a remote pilot of a U.S. Predator drone, a Saudi Arabian pilot of a U.S. provided F-35 or, to use the current term, a terrorist.”
By Amy Goodman & Denis Moynihan As the world processes the horror of the suicide bombing in Manchester, England, we should brace ourselves for another wave of similar, innocent casualties, this time in Yemen, the target of relentless, U.S.-supported Saudi Arabian bombardment.