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Category Archives: 2015-03-14
“Empire always overreaches itself and thus dies by its own hand victim of its own ambitions” ― rassool jibraeel snyman (See “What It’s Really About”, below.)
(Daily Call cartoon by Mark L. Taylor, 2015. Open source and free to reprint with link to www.thedailycall.org ) By Dee J. Hall The Wisconsin State Journal (3/12/15) Gov. Scott Walker was against a federal ethanol mandate — until … Continue reading →
Guess What It’s Really About: US Sanctions On Venezuela Have Absolutely Nothing To Do With Human Rights
Venezuela is one of the very few countries with significant oil reserves which does not submit to U.S. dictates, and this simply cannot be permitted. By Glenn Greenwald The Intercept (3/13/15) The White House on Monday announced the imposition of new … Continue reading →
Dictator and American ally Augusto Pinochet. (photo: unknown) “It’s shameful that at a time the U.S. prestige as a democracy is under attack, that the National Defense University could be playing footsie with a former state terrorism agent,” - Martin … Continue reading →
By Matt Cartwright and Michael Shank Guardian UK (3/13/15) Most Americans take water for granted. It’s a resource that people assume will always be accessible, available, and consumable. For most people in this country, whether they’re at a public drinking … Continue reading →
By Gabrielle Bluestone Gawker (3/4/15) A new report in the Washington Post indicates that a well-known gun proponent and local DC FOX reporter lied about a home invasion that ended in a face-off with 15 supposed drug addicts. Emily Miller, a reporter for WTTG-TV, likes … Continue reading →
By Borowitz The New Yorker (3/13/15) WASHINGTON (The Borowitz Report) – After a challenging week for the legislative body, the approval rating of the United States Congress has shrunk to a point where it is no longer detectable by … Continue reading →