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Deaths reported in blasts in Turkey's Istanbul At least 13 killed and nearly 50 wounded in attack two hours after a football match at Besiktas sports arena.
ISIL fighters re-enter Syria's ancient city of Palmyra Monitoring group says fighters occupy northwest part of city that was recaptured earlier this year by government forces.
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Zionism; Humanity’s Mortal Enemy

ZionismZionism is a brutal ethnic-cleansing racist colonial ideology developed in 1896 by Theodore Herzl; an Austrian Jew. Its main goal is the establishment of the Greater Israel Project in the heart of the Arab World, extending from the Nile River in Egypt to the Euphrates River in Iraq, as a Jewish-only homeland for what is termed the “Jewish People”.

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Phoenix Unlikely to Rise from Democratic Party’s Ashes

phoenixAfter almost four decades of disregard for a decomposing cadaver, party progressives appear ready to cremate the Democratic Party’s corpse and give it a requiem mass doubtful that their minority status will allow them to revive the party.  Not the majority, however, who seem hopeful for a Lazarus’ resuscitation without a Jesus in their midst; a legion of career politicians tending to their own personal needs.

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On the Death of Fidel Castro

I have been bemused by the captious tone and condescending assessments of mainstream media in the West reacting to Fidel Castro’s death on November 25, 2016.

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Tajikistan: The success story that failed

Once celebrated for its successful post-conflict reconciliation, Tajikistan has reverted back to the dictatorial path.

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Call of the Nation

A dark wave is submerging democracies all over the Western world. It started in Britain, a land we always saw as the mother of democracy, the homeland of a particularly sensible people. It voted in a plebiscite to leave the European Union, that landmark of human progress which arose out of the terrible ruins of World War II.

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Don't ditch diversity because progressives failed

It is vital to see protest votes under economic pressure but not to the extent that ignores other motivating forces.

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U.S. Reactions to the Death of Fidel Castro

Rejoicing At the Death of a Hero

There was something both sad and disturbing about popular American reactions to the death of Fidel Castro on Friday, 25 November 2016. According to the New York Times, news of his death caused much of the Cuban American population of...

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Turkish Realignment: Prospects amid Uncertainty

In recent months the Turkish President, Recep Teyipp Erdoğan, and his principal advisors have not made it a secret that they are reconsidering Turkey’s relations with neighbors, with the countries of the region, and with leading geopolitical actors.

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Post-Election Post-mortem

The old stereotype of the staid, inflexible, conservative Republican was shattered with the BIG Goldwater loss in 64. Republicans learned the sad lesson and made two important changes that culminated in the Regain presidency a scant 16 years later...

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Burn the flag on inauguration day!

Let's welcome our new Commander in Chief by demonstrating how little he knows about the Constitution of the United States. Each incoming president is required on inauguration day to take the oath of office, affirming to "preserve, protect, and defend the Constitution."

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The Top Ten Comedic News Stories of 2016

It’s the first week of December and all over the nation children dance while grandparents twitch with anticipation.

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FDR’s Pearl Harbor Bait

On October 30, 1940, during his campaign for an unprecedented third term as president, Franklin Roosevelt told an audience in Boston,

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Disgraceful US Anti-Semitism Awareness Act

Long ago, anti-Semitism was an issue in America, very much so when I grew up. No longer. Today it’s in vogue to be Jewish.

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What can go wrong?

That he may not be “qualified” is unimportant. That he’s never held a government or elected position is unimportant. That on a personal level he may be a shmuck is unimportant.

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