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Was Reagan Further To The Left Than We Think?

Neocon foreign policy in regards to Russia is explored with retired Reagan Assistant Secretary of the Treasury, Paul Craig Roberts.

According to Wikipedia, Paul Craig Roberts (born April 3, 1939) is an American economist and a columnist for Creators Syndicate. 211 more words

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Americans Don't Know How The World Views Them: Secular Talk


Secular Talk

Americans don’t know how the world views them. This is the conclusion of a massive world opinion poll conducted by Win/Gallup International and released at the close of 2013. 80 more words

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Britain retraces Winston Churchill's final journey 50 years later

It was the day an entire nation was watching, re-created 50 years later.

Britain has commemorated the state funeral of wartime Prime Minister Winston Churchill by retracing the actual journey of the funeral. 51 more words

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'Humans Of New York' Photo Raises $1M For Kids: MSNBC

Brandon Stanton’s “Humans Of New York” photo started an online fundraising campaign that has raised over $1 million for students at Mott Hall Bridges Academy in Brownsville, Brooklyn.

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CNN: Who benefits from Mitt Romney's exit?

CNN’s Michael Smerconish believes that Governor Chris Christie could benefit from Mitt Romney’s exit.

Theoretically, it could be a good situation for New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, if he didn’t have so many troubles at home. 37 more words

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A note about Mitt Romney

This morning, Mitt Romney announced that he wouldn’t run for President in 2016. I wish him well.

I was a Santorum backer in the early 2012 process. 572 more words

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Teen Girl Gets Shot In Police Station

Police have released a surveillance video that captured the shooting of 17-year-old Kristiana Coignard on Jan. 22 in the police station in Texas.

Coignard, who had struggled with mental illness, visited the Longview Police Department in Texas. 55 more words

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