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Indian home healthcare platform Portea Medical raises $26M Series C

 Portea Medical, one of India’s biggest platforms for home healthcare visits, has raised $26 million in Series C funding to expand its service range. The round was led by Sabre Partners and MEMG CDC, with participation from returning investors Accel (which led Portea’s Series B two years ago), the World Bank Group’s International Finance Corporation and Qualcomm Ventures. Read More ...

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Google Truth Algorithm: Users are Part of the Problem

Guest essay by Eric Worrall Google’s efforts to filter out positions which they think are fake news, like climate skeptic posts, have hit an unexpected snag: Google have just noticed large groups of people across the world hold views which differ from the views championed by the Silicon Valley monoculture. Alphabet’s Eric Schmidt: It can… ...[READ MORE]   SOURCE: Watts ...

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Atlantic Magazine Gives Liberal Political Tips on How to Annoy Thanksgiving Guests

 David Graham, a writer at The Atlantic, thinks it might not be a good idea to annoy your fellow Thanksgiving guests with discussions about politics. However, this year he is making an exception and is urging his fellow liberals to attempt reeducating the “unenlightened” Thanksgiving guests with a plethora of leftist talking points. Why? Because of President Donald Trump. ...[READ ...

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Ethics sirens times two: New allegations emerge against Franken, Conyers

We’re on the cusp of a holiday news cycle, but the workload of the House and Senate Ethics Committees continues to expand. Two new reports lodge new allegations against two members of Congress already in the sexual-harassment spotlight, Senator Al Franken (D-MN) and Representative John Conyers (D-MI). HuffPost reports that two more women have come forward anonymously to accuse Franken ...

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ABC’s Matthew Dowd Wants to Bring Back the Bill Clinton Sexual Misbehavior Exception

In a Wednesday morning tweet, Matthew Dowd of ABC News, the network’s chief political analyst, demonstrated once again that he can be counted on to cling to views diametrically opposed to common sense, as he for all practical purposes resurrected the dishonest defense Democrats used to save Bill Clinton’s presidency in the late-1990s. Dowd’s version, tweeted today in reaction to sex harassment and ...

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Vox: Democrats were wrong about Bill Clinton and shouldn’t make the same mistake with Al Franken

Vox has published another piece today stating rather matter-of-factly that Democrats were wrong to support Bill Clinton in the late 90s and adding that they shouldn’t repeat that mistake with Al Franken. Reports of harassment and assault by Harvey Weinstein and other powerful men have prompted a reevaluation of several other powerful figures who should have been evaluated harshly in ...

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