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Monday February 24th, 2020 morning edition

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MSNBC host Chris Matthews compared Bernie Sanders’ victory in the Nevada caucuses on Saturday to the Nazi invasion of France, spurring calls for his firing.

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He won the Nevada caucuses easily, helping solidify his status as the frontrunner for the Democratic presidential nomination in a primary split between moderates and progressives.

Sanders’ win came in the wake of a strong showing in Iowa and victory in New Hampshire.

Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) MSNBC’s Chris Matthews likens Sanders victory in Nevada to Nazi Germany overrunning France in 1940: “It’s too late to stop him … it’s over” Matthews’ words prompted widespread anger.

“Bernie is Jewish and his family was killed by the Nazis,” tweeted David Sirota, a Sanders speechwriter and former Guardian contributor.

MSNBC did not immediately respond to a request for comment. »

70% of Americans Support Solar Mandate on New Homes

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CITE Research recently conducted a survey for Vivint Solar and found that 70% of Americans would support a nationwide mandate requiring that solar panels be installed on all newly built homes.

The survey was conducted online, and 2,000 U.S. adults age 25 and up participated in the study from June 13 to 16, 2019.

It is one of the nation’s largest solar installers in terms of installed solar capacity, alongside Sunrun and Tesla/SolarCity. »

Bernie Sanders absolutely could win it all this November

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(CNN) "Please welcome the 46th President of the United States of America, Bernie Sanders.".

Those who say Sanders has no chance of winning are denying the reality of the current state of American politics.

Rather, my point is that Sanders could plausibly win both the Democratic nomination and the White House in 2020, especially given the lessons of Donald Trump's unexpected win. »

Exploring how deaf people 'hear' voice-hallucinations

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However, the collection and interpretation of data had relied on non-native signers or hearing researchers using sign language interpreters.

Deaf people frequently use signs such as 'heard', 'shout', 'voices' and 'talk' without necessarily bestowing the auditory qualities assumed in English.

The methodology demonstrates that the diversity of voice hallucination experience reflects the variety of experience with language and hearing loss among deaf individuals. »