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one response. October 1, 2017 Jay Lorenz

After Petry Departure, AfD Set to Shift Right


After Petry Departure, AfD Set to Shift Right

Last week the AfD became the third largest party in Germany. Now it looks to shift drastically to the right. by Jay Lorenz On Tuesday, AfD […]

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no responses. September 28, 2017 Jay Lorenz

Trump Reduces Refugees, but Honors Obama Refugee Deal


Trump Reduces Refugees, but Honors Obama Refugee Deal

America admitted far fewer refugees than this time a year ago. However, Trump grudgingly honored an Obama-era refugee deal with Australia. by Edmund Hart October 1 […]

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no responses. September 26, 2017 Gaius Marcius

Modernity and Tradition Clash in Israel


Modernity and Tradition Clash in Israel

Are the Jews primarily an ethnic group or a religious group? Even the Israelis are not quite sure. by Gaius Marcius The Israeli Supreme Court stoked […]

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no responses. September 25, 2017 Ash Brighton

Let’s Talk About Mass Shootings in America


Let’s Talk About Mass Shootings in America

Most mass shootings in America are committed by non-Whites, though the media refuses to cover it. On Sunday, a Black man opened fire on a church […]

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no responses. September 25, 2017 Jay Lorenz

Trump Doubles Down, Banning More of the Third World


Trump Doubles Down, Banning More of the Third World

On Sunday evening, Trump extended the travel ban, adding more undesirables to the list. by Jay Lorenz As the previous travel ban on six Muslim countries […]

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no responses. September 21, 2017 Gaius Marcius

Spanish Government Prepares Legal Obstacles For Secessionists


Spanish Government Prepares Legal Obstacles For Secessionists

To see the future of partisan politics in America, observe the Spanish wrangling over wealth distribution and peaceful separatism. by Gaius Marcius The Spanish government has […]

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one response. September 20, 2017 Jay Lorenz

Myanmar Purges 400,000 Muslims as Buddhist Nationalism Rises


Myanmar Purges 400,000 Muslims as Buddhist Nationalism Rises

Myanmar’s nascent democracy struggles to reconcile centuries-old ethnic strife as the Islamic threat grows. by Edmund Hart Nestled between India, Bangladesh, China, Laos, and Thailand, Myanmar […]

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no responses. September 14, 2017 Gaius Marcius

Global Push for Transgender Rights Continues


Global Push for Transgender Rights Continues

Even in the absence of dramatic headlines, gay and trans activists are pressing legal cases and consolidating social recognition worldwide. by Gaius Marcius In October of […]

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no responses. September 13, 2017 Jay Lorenz

Trump Makes Deal with Democrats on Debt Ceiling Hike


Trump Makes Deal with Democrats on Debt Ceiling Hike

After working with Democrats on the debt deal, Trump’s newfound rapport with Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer could lead to progress on an infrastructure bill. by […]

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no responses. September 12, 2017 Jay Lorenz

Turkey Coup Plotters Stand Trial as Leader Stays in U.S.


Turkey Coup Plotters Stand Trial as Leader Stays in U.S.

As the trials over last year’s failed coup attempt in Turkey begin, the alleged leader, Fetullah Gulen, remains at his home in Pennsylvania. Will the Trump […]

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