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Washington Post Should Fire George Will and ‘Rape Apologist’ Editors

Before and after of Adam Kushner's Washington Post Headline.

Unless the 'Washington Post' wishes to be labeled "vile," "misogynistic" and "rape apologists" it must fire George Will and editors Fred Hiatt and Adam Kushner. Read More »

The Border Fence: Walls Torn Down and a Sense of Infinity

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In spite of there being 20,000 U.S. border guards, the most at any time in U.S. history, the number of crossings remains unchanged. Read More »

Obama Courageous, McCain Political, on Bergdahl Exchange

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John McCain is true to form in his accusations of Presidential illegality regarding the Bergdahl release. Read More »

World War W – The Horrific Worldwide War on Women Continues

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Make no mistake, this war is as dangerous and difficult to fight as any previous conflict, and the enemy is as nefarious as any dictator or opponent that we have ever faced. Read More »

Charlie Chaplin, ‘House of Cards,’ and Bertolt Brecht’s Alienation Effect

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Brecht's Alienation Effect took a different course after Hitler's rise to power. Spacey’s political drama is less about politics than about cold-blooded personal ambition. Read More »

Climate Change: A Disaster Movie in Slow Motion

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Climate change is unfolding like a disaster movie in slow motion. Read More »

New Executive Clemency Initiative from the Department of Justice

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On April 23, 2014, Attorney General of the United States, Eric H. Holder announced a new initiative intended to encourage appropriate candidates to petition for executive clemency. Read More »

Is Poland’s Stealth Tank PL-01 a Game Changer?

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Although it had been announced in 2013, the joint Polish-British tank concept has only recently been noticed by the media. Read More »

Review: ‘Smith Tapes: I’m Not The Beatles: John & Yoko Interviews 1969-72′

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Howard Smith's personable recordings of interviews with John Lennon and Yoko Ono bring the couple into the listener's living room. Read More »

The New Black Opinion-Makers

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Black opinion-makers for this generation and the generation to come are carrying on the tradition of molding black public opinion for progress. Read More »