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The United States’ Extensive Knowledge of the 1976 Planned Military Coup in Argentina
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The United States’ Extensive Knowledge of the 1976 Planned Military Coup in Argentina
April 21, 2021

While the released documents portray the U.S. as having knowledge of the coup as opposed to intervening overtly or covertly, the aftermath shows U.S. involvement was considerable.

AOC, Tulsi, Ted Cruz Herald New Era of Leaders in U.S. Politics
April 20, 2021

As has happened with epochal champions of generational transformation and change in U.S. history before her, Gabbard’s eclipse in Hawaii could lead to her comeback in a far more spectacular form.

AOC, Tulsi, Ted Cruz Herald New Era of Leaders in U.S. Politics
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Washington Sanctions Cuba. Why Not Saudi Arabia?
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Washington Sanctions Cuba. Why Not Saudi Arabia?
April 20, 2021

Cuba will remain one of Washington’s chosen enemies, while relations with the murderous autocratic Saudi regime will be “recalibrated”.

When Facing Imminent Election Defeat, Dominion Machines Will Always Do the Trick
April 18, 2021

Whenever a favourable election outcome seems problematic, the selection of the right vote counting machine will be sure to fix it.

When Facing Imminent Election Defeat, Dominion Machines Will Always Do the Trick
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So Now The Left Likes Guns, Perhaps They Always Have?
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So Now The Left Likes Guns, Perhaps They Always Have?
April 17, 2021

If you give people the freedom to have rope, on occasion someone will hang themselves with it, that is just the way the world works.

Joe Biden’s Woke Manifesto Demands ‘Equity for All’ – but Conservatives Should Read the Fine Print
April 16, 2021

Corporate America must resist the temptation to subscribe to inherently racist critical race theory for adjusting its sails to a radically different historical period, Robert Bridge writes.

Joe Biden’s Woke Manifesto Demands ‘Equity for All’ – but Conservatives Should Read the Fine Print
Business
Can Guillermo Lasso Ride the Winds of Change in Ecuador?
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Can Guillermo Lasso Ride the Winds of Change in Ecuador?
April 14, 2021

The toothless, senile old watchdogs of the U.S. Mainstream Media will remain silent and obedient on events in Ecuador. Business as usual will continue.

Ecuadorean Millionaire Wins Presidential Election: U.S. Gains; The Poor Lose
April 12, 2021

Lasso’s victory came as a surprise, a most disappointing one especially for the peoples of Latin America, and for all who struggle for a world without the greed, war violence, and planet pollution that capitalism breeds.

Ecuadorean Millionaire Wins Presidential Election: U.S. Gains; The Poor Lose
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