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When it comes to use of the word “genocide,” public opinion has been kinder to Stalin than Hitler. But one historian looks at Stalin’s mass killings and urges that the definition of genocide be widened. by Cynthia Haven Mass killing is still the way a lot of governments do business.…
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by John W.B. Huie NOW I’VE SEEN it all. The Stupid Party — er, I mean the Republican party — is threatening to sue Jim Russell (pictured), one of its own candidates. According to the Associated Press today, Republican officialdom in New York’s Westchester County, a suburb…
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by Kevin Alfred Strom ROBERT STARK of the Reason Radio Network’s Stark Truth program recently conducted an interview with Dr. James Miller (pictured). Dr. Miller discussed the huge potential — and dangers — of the growing synthesis of the anti-establishment right and the anti-establishment…
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BARACK OBAMA campaigned on ending the wars and ending Neocon policies in the Middle East. But, Neocon Frederick Kagan (pictured) has been brought on board to work with General David Petraeus in Afghanistan. Given the push for a surge in Afghanistan, radio host Thom Hartmann said he is not surprised…
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EMORY UNIVERSITY School of Medicine (pictured) researchers discovered that the Ashkenazi Jewish population is genetically more varied than people of European ancestry, despite a prevailing belief that Ashkenazi Jews are an isolated population. According to an Aug. 26 University press release,…
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A PROMINENT photographer who worked in the trenches during the Civil Rights era has been revealed to have also been a paid informant for the FBI at the time. According to a report by Democracy Now, Ernest Withers worked closely with the FBI to monitor civil rights activists during the 1960s. Withers is…
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DAILY MAIL writer Guy Walters wrote a particularly hard-hitting article on the fraudulent nature of the claims of Simon Wiesenthal (pictured) and also on the fraudulent persona of Simon Wiesenthal. After we excerpted his piece at greater length than he or the Mail thought appropriate, he offered…
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THE Rhinemaiden descended by a cable to the floor of the Metropolitan Opera stage. She extended her body just in front of a hollow beneath part of the set for Wagner’s “Rheingold.” Slowly, inexorably, the edge of a 45-ton structure tilted down toward her. “Get her underneath,” a stagehand…
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AT 31, Jimmie Aakesson has already spent five years at the helm of the far-right Sweden Democrats and is credited with a populist makeover that made it possible for the party to be voted into parliament Sunday. A member of the Sweden Democrats since the age of 15, the youthful leader has helped catapult…
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‘YOU WON’T find a gene that makes the Irish fond of drink, any more than you’ll find a gene that makes the Irish especially prone to buying property at grossly over-inflated prices.” That is the sage scientific advice of Professor Brendan Loftus, head of the UCD research team…
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