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    Today, 03:43 PM
    Facebook Sells $300,000 In Ads to Disabled Vet, Then Purges His Pages Facebook banned several pages operated by disabled by Air Force veteran Brian Kolfage, after he says he spent $300,000 on advertising. The social media giant removed without warning Kolfage's Right Wing News and Military Grade Coffee Company (which donates 10% of all profits to veteran organizations), in a site-wide effort to crack down on "misinformation" on the network. Right Wing News alone had over 3 million followers at the time of its banning. Facebook conveniently purged the site 2 weeks before elections] … According to his new wesbite, Kolfage, a triple amputee, explains: "Facebook shut down thousands of Facebook accounts for their political opinions, saying in effect that they don’t have a 'legitimate political argument.'” …
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    Today, 11:50 AM
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    Today, 11:25 AM
    Drop of few excerpts of Native American wisdom here: A hundred years of submission and servitude, of protectionism and paternalism have created psychological barriers for Indian people that are far more difficult to break down and conquer than are the problems of economic and social poverty. - David Courchene, Leading Thunderbird (Manitoba) (1969). ... Most members of the National Indian Youth Council can remember when we were children and sent many hours at the feet of our grandfathers listening to stories of the time when the Indians were a great people, when we were free, when we were rich, when we lived the good life. At the same time we hear stories of droughts, famines, and pestilence among Indian people. But it is only recently that we realized that there was surely great material deprivation in those days, and that our old people felt rich because they were free. They were rich in the things of the spirit. But if there is one thing that characterizes the Indian life today it is poverty of the spirit. … we are poor in spirit because we are not free … We are not free. We do not make choices. Our choices are made for us … these choices and decisions are made by Federal administrators, bureaucrats, and their yes men, euphemistically called tribal governments. … We have many rulers. They are called social workers, cops, school teachers, churches, et cetera, and recently OEO employees … they tell us what is good for us and how they programmed us … there is a struggle going on in America now between those who want more “local” control of programs and those who would keep the power and the purse in the hands of the Federal Government. … no one is arguing that the dispossessed, the poor , be given any control over their own destiny. … Nor have those of us on the reservations fared any better under the paternalistic control of Federal administrators. … Some of us fear that this is the shape of things to come in the War on Poverty effort. … We are told in the not-so-subtle racist vocabulary of the modern middle class that our children are “deprived.” Exactly what they are deprived of seems to be unstated. We give our children love, warmth, and respect in our homes and the qualities necessary to be a warm human being. … Perhaps they have a hard time reconciling themselves to being a number on an IBM card. Nevertheless, many educators and politicians seem to assume that we, the poor, the Indians, are not capable of handling our own affairs and even raising our own children, and that the State institutions must do that job for us and take them away from us as soon as they can. My grandmother said last week, “Train your child well now for soon she will belong to her teacher and the schools.” …
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    Today, 10:22 AM
    With Kashoggi Murder, Media Moguls Suddenly Discover that Saudi Regime is Evil They weren’t appalled a few weeks ago, when the Saudis blew up a bus full of school children. But they are appalled now … Yemen … It’s the poorest country in the Middle-East and it’s being systematically destroyed by its vastly richer neighbors, with the full backing and cooperation of NATO. In fact, we’re making a fortune out of it. Bombs are expensive, the Saudis need a lot of them, and you can only use them once. Ker-ching. … Saudi Arabia is an absolute monarchy with a laughable track-record when it comes to human rights. This has been known for decades … Barely a week goes by without some author, somewhere in the alternate media, writing up a story about the crimes of the House of Saud … When he was selling wars in Libya and Syria, did Freedland ever once suggest the “humanitarian bombing” of Riyadh? Did he object to his paper selling ad space to promote the Muhammed bin Salman, “the great reformer”? Did he boycott events or protest arms deals or in any way speak out? Did he devote even a single one his columns to the war in Yemen? …
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    Today, 06:42 AM
    And a private company should also be able to be criticized for doing stupid stuff, and for being hypocritical about its speech codes, and lying about its proclaimed neutrality.
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    Yesterday, 07:59 PM
    Trump Administration Bans US Aid Groups From North Korea While the Trump Administration has long maintained that sanctions against North Korea don’t impact humanitarian aid, in practice the administration has banned all American aid groups from the country, shutting down aid efforts. This comes as the administration looks to increase sanctions against North Korea, and to make sure that growing diplomatic progress between them and the rest of the world doesn’t end up easing their isolation. … All US groups involved in such project, however, are getting the same answer, rejecting their travel. Aid groups also reported confusion at the Treasury Department about the regulation and licensing of NGOs that had worked with North Korea’s government, including on aid projects. Cutting through the red tape is all but impossible at this point.
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    Yesterday, 07:52 PM
    Seventy Years of the New York Times Describing Saudi Royals as Reformers In honor of Thomas Friedman's latest love letter to the ruling dynasty in Saudi Arabia, here is seventy years worth of the New York Times describing the royal family as reformers ...
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    Yesterday, 07:50 PM
    Sen. Corker: Trump Must End Intel Blockade on Khashoggi When the head of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee sought to follow up on the disappearance of Jamal Khashoggi, the intelligence community refused to give him access to any recent information on the case. The committee chairman, Sen. Bob Corker (R-TN) has warned that this has to stop. … the administration must not continue to refuse intelligence access to senators. .. President Trump is inclined to let the issue slide, and that means he’s also inclined to keep the Senate in the dark as long as possible. ...
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    Yesterday, 07:42 PM
    "afight broke out between Khashoggi and people who met him in the consulate" - That would be the clown Prince MBS's 15 man assassination team team sent to kill and dismember him. "Speaking to reporters on Friday, Trump said Saudi Arabia’s announcement on the circumstances of Khashoggi’s death was credible"
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    Yesterday, 07:00 PM
    Edward Snowden
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    Yesterday, 06:25 PM
    The dog food execution story originated from a single source - a Hong Kong based sensationalist tabloid Wen Wei Po. The tabloid cited no sources at all for its story, but did cite a Chinese satirist’s social media tweet. Wen Wei Po’s report was an almost word for word copy lifted from a satire Chinese social media tweet by a satirist pen-named Pyongyang Choi Seongho.
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    Yesterday, 06:10 PM
    If you believe that evidence free story, then you'll certainly believe the Trump raping a 13 year story too.
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    Yesterday, 04:45 PM
    It does temporarily alter dopamine levels, which leads to much greater problems with heavy use. Look, it's people who the abuse the hell out of this garbage. It's not the drug's fault. It's like any substance. Too much consumption usually creates harmful effects.
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    Yesterday, 11:11 AM
    After decades of beheading or killing critics, Washington and US Media Moguls suddenly Cry Murder Most Foul in Istanbul over Kashoggi. Comments from Eric Margolis After watching the Saudis behead and even reportedly crucify critics and opponents for decades, suddenly Washington’s great and good are outraged by a single murder. The victim was a Saudi columnist … linked to the former Saudi intelligence chief, Turki al-Faisal. But even gentle criticism of the royal government, and particularly its strongman, crown prince Mohammed bin Salman (aka MBS), caused Khashoggi to be murdered and cut up into pieces in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, to where he was lured last week and from whence he never emerged alive. Turkish intelligence … monitoring … picked up the gruesome details as Khashoggi’s fingers were reportedly cut off, followed by his head. Khashoggi wrote for numerous papers, including The Washington Post. He had become a pesky journalist who irked the headstrong Saudi crown prince … Crown Prince Mohammed has been arresting, detaining, shaking down and intimidating his subjects, all applauded by Trump and his son-in-law Jared Kushner who is deep in bed with the moneybags Saudis. I’m surprised that the Saudis didn’t ask the Israelis, who are very good at assassination and kidnapping, to go after Khashoggi. …
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    Yesterday, 10:48 AM
    AZJoe replied to a thread Socialism 101 in U.S. Political News
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    Yesterday, 10:40 AM
    Tucker definitely lost this argument big time. Tucker: Yes its still illegal but “No, no one in most places is arrested for a joint.” It is criminal but not enforced, and we should keep it criminal but not enforce it. - that's just bizarre. As Adam Dick point out in the RPI article, he is also blatantly wrong about not being enforced, 659,000 arrests last year alone:the numbers ... from US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) data: 659,700 marijuana arrests in America in 2017, accounting for 40.4 percent of drug arrests that year and made up mostly of arrests for mere marijuana possession ...
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    Yesterday, 10:25 AM
    The storage problem applies to giant centralized solar and wind farms as well, but on a scale massively larger and requires a massive distribution network. Storage is an issue but easier to accomplish on small scale consumer end point, and eliminated the necessity of gargantuan distribution and transmission networks.
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    10-18-2018, 07:30 PM
    The Khashoggi Atrocity Won’t Stop Trump’s Drive for War With Iran Symbolic punishment will be designed to protect the policy of provocation. .. But one thing is unlikely to change as a result of a brazen killing of a regime critic: the Trump administration’s warmongering policy toward Iran. The emerging damage control story—that Khashoggi died during “an interrogation that went wrong”—is designed to protect the strategic alliance that seeks to confront the Islamic Republic, say Iran experts. “That’s why you’re seeing the administration working with Saudi Arabia come up with some kind of plausible explanation that limits the damage to the bilateral relationship,” … “The Saudis are the driving force behind the policy of confronting Iran, not the United States,” … “The United States does not need to have this policy of confrontation with Iran, because the nuclear deal was working. So while the United States needs Saudi Arabia to confront Iran, it actually doesn’t need to confront Iran at all.” … But that’s not going to happen given the Trump administration’s belligerence toward Iran. … This is exactly the aggressive policy that Saudi Arabia has encouraged ever since Jared Kushner took over his father-in-law’s Middle East policy and bonded with MBS …
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    10-18-2018, 07:18 PM
    Trump vows U.S. will not ‘walk away from Saudi Arabia’ amid pressure to respond to Jamal Khashoggi’s alleged murder President Donald Trump said Wednesday he would not rupture America’s long-standing alliance with Saudi Arabia over the disappearance and possible murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi despite mounting international and domestic pressure. “We’re not going to walk away from Saudi Arabia,” Trump told Fox Business Network. “I don’t want to do that.” Trump implied that only if the top echelon of Saudi Arabia's royal family were implicated would he find it necessary to punish the country. ... ---- In his recent interview with CBS 60 Minutes, Trump specifically cites the needs of US weapons manufacturers as reasons to keep US arms flowing to the Saudi regime, even if it ends up being responsible for the murder of Khashoggi: "They are ordering military equipment. Everybody in the world wanted that order. Russia wanted it, China wanted it, we wanted it…I tell you what I don’t wanna do. Boeing, Lockheed, Raytheon, all these …I don’t wanna hurt jobs. I don’t wanna lose an order like that." ----
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