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Trump on late-term abortion: 'It's executing a baby'

On Thursday, February 14, 2019, President Donald Trump joined pro-life leaders on a nationwide conference call to discuss late-term abortion.

Late-term abortion — up to birth — passed the New York State senate on January 22. 1,493 more words


American identity is key to understanding U.S. geopolitics

Go back to 2015. In the politically placid Obama years, the trends seemed logical, forwarding-looking, and strategic. America was pivoting to Asia, for China’s rise was clearly a much greater threat to U.S. 999 more words


Will the Trade War Lead to Real War with China?

What the U.S. faces with China is not a new Cold War but a contest unlike any it has known before.

By Chas Freeman and cross-posted from… 361 more words

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An Overview Of Barbecue Styles Across Texas

“Barbecue may not be the road to world peace, but it’s a start.” – Anthony Bourdain

So you probably reading this post because either: the quirky title intrigued you, you are a barbecue enthusiast, you are from the state of Texas, or you genuinely wanted to know how barbecue styles differ across the state. 1,845 more words



By Quinn Zimmerman

In the second part of this series on sustainability in the Michigan dairy industry, Quinn Zimmerman continues her discussion with Brooke Wilke, the farm manager and Howard Straub, the dairy manager at Michigan State’s Kellogg Biological station pasture dairy center. 26 more words


As Mainstream Journalists acknowledge Douma Attacks were “Staged,” Syria Regime-Change Network tries to Save Sinking Ship

“Humanitarian” regime-change network increasingly desperate to protect its influence and the power of its narratives, not just in Syria but in future conflicts.

By Whitney Webb and Vanessa Beeley | …
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