Tag Archives: Donald Trump

Syria: Where is the Evidence?

Unjust Killing is Murder: The Cruise Missile Attack On Syria and the Just War Doctrine By Doran Hunter/Christian Democracy Magazine/April 10, 2017 Barely 48 hours after the release of sarin gas in Idlib, Syria, the US military launched Tomahawk cruise … Continue reading

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Quick Judgement

Something may be amiss immediately blaming Syrian government for Sarin gas attack By Dave Lefcourt/OpEdNews/April 5, 2017 Here we go again. The horrific sarin gas attack in Khan Shaykhun, Idlib Province, Syria on Monday killing a reported 58 people including … Continue reading

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MEDIA: PROFITS OVER TRUTH

America’s TV Media Crisis Goes Far Beyond Covering Trump: We Simply Aren’t Hearing About the Most Pressing Issues of Our Time If the media really wants to fight Trump, they can start by reporting on climate change and inequality. By … Continue reading

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THE MOSQUE THAT DISAPPEARED

Civil defense team members and people try to rescue people who were trapped under the debris of a Mosque after an aerial attack on a mosque during prayer in the Cina village of Etarib district of Aleppo, Syria on March … Continue reading

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DEMOCRATIC PARTY UNPOPULAR

The Democratic Party seems to have no earthly idea why it is so damn unpopular  By Shaun King/ NY Daily News/ March 9, 2017 Hillary Clinton is just slightly more unfavorable than her own party, according to a poll. SHAUN … Continue reading

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ALT-RIGHT LYNCH MOB

And Then the Breitbart Lynch Mob Came for Me For 15 years, I’ve spoken out against executive overreach. But in the Trump era, even theoretical criticism puts a target on your back. By Rosa Brooks/ Foreign  Policy/ February 6, 2017 … Continue reading

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The Life of the Party: 7 Truths for Democrats

  By Robert Reich/ robertreich.org/ January 20, 2017  The ongoing contest between the Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders wings of the Democratic Party continues to divide Democrats. It’s urgent Democrats stop squabbling and recognize seven basic truths: 1. The Party … Continue reading

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Game Over for Democrats?

By Mike Whitney/ Counterpunch/ January 27, 2017 In 2008, the American people overwhelmingly voted for “change” in Washington. They never got it. Hence, Trump. To pretend that there’s not a straight line connecting the failed policies of Barack Obama and the … Continue reading

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Obama’s Failings

Democrats can’t win until they recognize how bad Obama’s financial policies were By Matt Stoller/ Washington Post/ January 12, 2017 During his final news conference of 2016, in mid-December, President Obama criticized Democratic efforts during the election. “Where Democrats are characterized as … Continue reading

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98 Minutes That Changed History

By Arlen Grossman It is not too far-fetched to say the first presidential debate of 2016 changed the course of history. Donald Trump was breathing down the neck of Hillary Clinton in the polls, and appeared to be picking up … Continue reading

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