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New UK Laws Could Criminalise Journalism
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New UK Laws Could Criminalise Journalism
June 1, 2020

The government’s Queen’s Speech in December included plans for new “espionage legislation”. It stressed the need to combat “hostile state activity” and make the UK “a harder environment for adversaries to operate in” – an indirect reference to the poisoning in Salisbury of Russian double agent Sergei Skripal.

7 Ways the DNC Will Use Contact Tracers for Biden’s Campaign to Oust Trump
May 26, 2020

The upcoming election will be the most unusual in American history and could result in a chain of extra-legal, extra-parliamentary grass-roots violence.

7 Ways the DNC Will Use Contact Tracers for Biden’s Campaign to Oust Trump
Society
Trump Goes on Offense Against Obama
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Trump Goes on Offense Against Obama
May 17, 2020

Trump wouldn’t be going after Obama if he didn’t have proof of Obama’s guilt. He’s a limbic creature but he’s not random.

Toothless Congress Fails to Limit Presidential War Powers
May 14, 2020

The American people is stuck with a president who believes that he has the authority to use military force as he sees fit

Toothless Congress Fails to Limit Presidential War Powers
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Trump vs. Biden: Who’s More Awful?
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Trump vs. Biden: Who’s More Awful?
May 1, 2020

Not only is Biden’s idiocy well established, but his boat is sinking now that Tara Reade has opened up a huge gash in the hull.

Pandemic Opportunities Arise for Trump but Will He Take Them?
April 25, 2020

The situation the world is in has the potential to create some very MAGA-ish transformations in American society if Trump is actually willing to jump on the wave and ride it out.

Pandemic Opportunities Arise for Trump but Will He Take Them?
World
Joe Biden Is the 2020 Candidate of Fear
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Joe Biden Is the 2020 Candidate of Fear
April 21, 2020

he Democratic Party is decadent, its future stillborn as its past seizes ownership of its backward-looking present. In 2020, the party is set to nominate for president a man who wasn’t good enough for the nomination in 1988 or 2008.

The Decapitation Effect
April 16, 2020

In Brasilia, as in Washington and London we see welcome signs of reality belatedly breaking in to shatter the old fantasies. The political leadership of the world is being transformed.

The Decapitation Effect
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