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Hey! Look Over Here -- at Devin Nunes

In logic it is called a Red Herring: when a person brings a topic into a conversation that distracts from the original point.  It is a rhetorical strategy often used in politics.   1,122 more words


Devin Nunes Vanished the Night Before He Made Trump Surveillance Claims

Hours before the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee announced his shocking claims about the Trump transition team on Wednesday morning, he practically disappeared. Rep. Devin Nunes was traveling witha senior committee staffer in an Uber on Tuesday evening when he received a communication on his phone, three committee officials and a former national security official with ties to the committee told The Daily Beast. 44 more words

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The Daily Beast: Russian Lawyer Thrown From Window Was a Witness for the U.S. Government


“A lawyer connected to murdered Putin foe Sergei Magnitsky has been thrown from a window in Moscow. He was a witness for the U.S. 131 more words


Steve Bannon Was Apparently A Far-Left Liberal Hippie Ladies Man In College

Most people don’t exactly have warm and fuzzy thoughts when it comes to Steve Bannon. And for good reason! The former Trump campaign manager and current White House chief strategist who has murky ties to the White Supremacist movement has literally gone on record… 366 more words

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Dispatch From USC Protests Over Ferguson

About 26 female students were arrested in Los Angeles in the wake of the Ferguson decision.

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President Trump Accused of Ignoring Veterans-and Sending Omarosa in His Place

Veterans Affairs On Tuesday, President Donald Trump surprised a group of startled tourists in the White House basement, took meetings with senators, and met with leaders of the AFL-CIO and the Boy Scouts. 80 more words

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How W.E.B. Du Bois Found His Final Resting Place in Ghana

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March 6, 2017

The civil rights pioneer and author found his final home—and his burial site—in Ghana, the first African country to win independence from colonial rule. 1,656 more words