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"The Decline of the American Empire"

By Ray Sawhill

People may compare “The Decline of the American Empire” to “The Big Chill” and “Hannah and her Sisters”; like them, it’s a comic talkfest that takes place in an atmosphere of hypocrisy and comfort. 291 more words

Movies

What About This Time?

Note: This article refers to the 2017 missile strike against Syria — TBPR Editor

NOW MATTIS ADMITS THERE WAS NO EVIDENCE ASSAD USED POISON GAS ON HIS PEOPLE… 800 more words

Politics

The Resegregation of Charlotte's Public Schools

In the late-20th century, Charlotte, North Carolina’s public schools became a shining example of successful racial integration. Many affluent white residents even embraced the efforts by sending their white children to predominantly black schools like West Charlotte High, showing their commitment to making integration work and distinguishing themselves from violently resistant cities like Memphis and Birmingham. 397 more words

Nonfiction

Eichenwald Teases on Twitter. Blames "leftists."

Update on the Kurt Eichenwald meltdown. Eichenwald is now claiming that he has information on “leftist” sexual predators. Eichenwald actually believes he’s a celebrity!!

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MSNBC Writer and Tentacle Porn Pervert Getting Skewered on Twitter.

Remember Kurt Eichenwald? The Newsweek writer who got caught posting a picture of himself browsing hardcore hentai tentacle porn?

https://digitalempire.wordpress.com/2017/07/24/hentai-tentacle-porn-pervert-booted-out-of-newsweek/

Kurt recently harassed a pro 2nd amendment Parkland shooting survivor. 186 more words

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Guccifer 2.0 Claims Responsibility for Purported DNC Network Hack

Kim LaCapria–On 14 June 2016, multiple news outlets reported that the Democratic National Committee (DNC) and security firm Crowdstrike had confirmed a DNC computer network security breach for which they maintained unspecified Russian operatives were responsible: 2,004 more words

ARGENTINA. Latin America's history, a tragedy that went on for years while the world averted its gaze.

Martin Edwin Andersen – Writer. Historian. Strategic Communications Specialist

The New York Times: “‘Dossier Secreto’ is a sort of ‘Nunca Mas’ with a thesis.

Like the Argentine report, this book by a former Argentine-based reporter for Newsweek and The Washington Post chronicles one of the grimmest chapters in Latin America’s history, a tragedy that went on for years while the world averted its gaze.

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Human Rights