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Piffle From the U.S. Press Obscures Trump’s Strategy For a Historic 100 Days

From the New York Sun

By CONRAD BLACK

The post-electoral buzz in the press over the president-elect is surrealistic, in that it seems to reflect the almost universal inability of the national press to grasp the fact that no one is listening to them and no one cares what they think of anything. 1,229 more words

Propaganda, Fraud, And Outright Lies

"Flashback: Obama Mocks Trump for Promising to Keep Carrier Plant in U.S."

” Eric Cottonham, a member of the Steelworkers Union employed by Carrier — asked Obama if anything could be done to stem the tide of jobs flowing out of the country, as Trump had recently promised to do…” 107 more words

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ON WHY AND WHEN POLITICAL MOCKERY AND SATIRE ARE NOT ONLY OKAY BUT A CIVIC DUTY, by Karen A. Scofield

ON WHY AND WHEN POLITICAL MOCKERY AND SATIRE ARE NOT ONLY OKAY BUT A CIVIC DUTY, by Karen A. Scofield

Satire and ridicule are supposed to punch up to abusive power and not beat down the weak, the vulnerable, or those seeking equality, liberty, and justice. 507 more words

Mocked in a Foreign Land


S (Scripture): Psalm 137
I By the rivers of Babylon we sit down and weep when we remember Zion.

2 On the poplars in her midst we hang our harps, 411 more words

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Marcos critics strip, parade coffins in Philippines

(Source: www.channelnewsasia.com)

MANILA: Critics of the Ferdinand Marcos regime staged a naked protest Friday (Nov 25), while others marched through the streets with a mock coffin to denounce the late dictator’s burial at the Philippines’ cemetery for heroes. 319 more words

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