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Obituary for Russiagate
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Obituary for Russiagate
December 2, 2021

Russiagate, that fraudulent fable wherein Russian President Vladimir Putin personally subverted American democracy, Russian intelligence pilfered the Democratic Party’s email, and Donald Trump acted at the Kremlin’s behest, is at last dead.

Five Trump-Russia ‘Collusion’ Corrections We Need From the Media Now – Just for Starters
December 2, 2021

Five years after the Hillary Clinton campaign-funded collection of Trump-Russia conspiracy theories known as the Steele dossier was published by BuzzFeed, news outlets that amplified its false allegations have suffered major losses of credibility. The recent indictment of the dossier’s main source, Igor Danchenko, for allegedly lying to the FBI, has catalyzed a new reckoning.

Five Trump-Russia ‘Collusion’ Corrections We Need From the Media Now – Just for Starters
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Harvard Tells Us Young Americans are Increasingly Hopeful… Really?
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Harvard Tells Us Young Americans are Increasingly Hopeful… Really?
December 1, 2021

So according to Harvard, with the defeat of Trump and the election of Biden, the majority of young Americans are hopeful about America’s future but, at the same time, the majority of them are experiencing extended despair about their own lives.

Backed by AFRICOM, corporations plunder DR Congo for “climate-friendly” materials and blame China
December 1, 2021

Cobalt, a key metallic element used in lithium batteries and other “green” technology, is sourced from slave labor in the Democratic Republic of Congo. As the West points the finger at China, the US Africa Command is indirectly policing mining operations that profit US corporations.

Backed by AFRICOM, corporations plunder DR Congo for “climate-friendly” materials and blame China
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Dorsey’s Twitter Resignation Sparks Fears of More Internet Censorship
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Dorsey’s Twitter Resignation Sparks Fears of More Internet Censorship
November 30, 2021

Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey has resigned as CEO of the company, leading anyone who’s been paying close attention to the rise of Silicon Valley internet censorship to voice concerns that the platform’s relatively lenient attitude toward speech compared to other major social media services may be drawing to a close.

SUVs Don’t Kill People
November 30, 2021

The latest outburst of media knavery came in response to last week’s Waukesha parade massacre that killed six innocents, including an 8-year-old boy, and injured more than 40.

SUVs Don’t Kill People
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The Costs of War (to You)
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The Costs of War (to You)
November 29, 2021

Every American should check out the Costs of War Project website to see how much money we’re still spending on military operations and decide for themselves whether it might not be better spent domestically.

David Frum Rehashes Trump-Russia Collusion
November 29, 2021

Frum brings up Donald Trump’s effort to make money in Russia. One senses that Trump might very well have a legit basis to contest some of what Frum says. Frum makes no mention of the Clinton Foundation making a half million dollars from Russia and Dolan having done PR work for the Russian government.

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