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Why Obama shouldn't have had to 'show his papers' - GOLDIE TAYLOR of THE GRIO

“Show me your papers!”

Major Blackard, then just 19 years old, dug into his trousers in search of his wallet. He patted his jacket, but could not find his billfold. 685 more words

Opinion

Big Trouble In America

“We may have found a cure for most evils, but we have found no remedy for the worst of them all…….the apathy of human beings”

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American Politics

The United States Should Join the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB)

September 21, 2017

Number 397 | September 20, 2017

ANALYSIS

The United States Should Join the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB)

By Niruban Balachandran

The United States has not yet joined Beijing’s Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) as a member state, partially because of the perceived risk of legitimizing or normalizing this new multilateral development bank (MDB) at the expense of the Bretton Woods component of the postwar liberal international order: the World Bank and International Monetary Fund. 4,624 more words

Finance

The Atlantic: Opinion- Olga Khazan: The Social Benefits of Swearing

Source: This piece was originally posted at The Daily Review

I’m going to give you an answer to why Americans swear so much at least now in public but also in private as well that is a lot less scientific than what Olga Khazan gives you. 621 more words

Hollywood

Big Pharmas Continued Destruction Of America

“One of the first duties of a physician is to educate the masses not to take medication”

William Osler 1849-1919.

Three articles via zerohedge.com, therefore our comments are at a minimum.

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American Politics

Religion and Fake News: A Package Deal

We’ve entered a strange era for a nation where facts are of little meaning and truth is distorted without consequence.

If you’ve tried to have a conversation with someone who still supports a Trump presidency, there’s a high probability that many of you experience the inability to find some tiny common island of truth on which you can agree. 458 more words