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The Wrath Of Facebook: ‘God’ Smote With 30-Day Ban For Criticizing US Military Spending
‘Obviously, my opinions are not for everyone. But I have just a much a right to speak My Mind as Orange Hitler does,’ the anonymous creator of ‘God’s’ Facebook page told a reporter.
Sessions Praises Far-Right Firebrand David Horowitz During Confirmation Hearing
Horowitz is known for his overtly racist statements, such as 'the most racist people in the United States are “black racists.”' and 'too many blacks are in prison because too many blacks commit crimes.'
Poll: CNN Is Least Trusted News Network Among Its Viewers
Half of frequent Fox News viewers say they trust the political news they are getting, compared to 43 percent of regular MSNBC viewers and just 33 percent who watch CNN.
The U.S. Government And Media Made WikiLeaks What It Is
If WikiLeaks and Assange are more friendly toward Russia and Russian-sponsored media, that is largely a result of the actions of the U.S. government and media.
The Pentagon Re-Packaged Al Qaeda As ‘Khorasan Group’ To Sell Attack On Syria
Only after the US conducted strikes in Syria against the Khorasan Group, national security officials began offering a “more nuanced picture” on the threat that verged on being outright defensive.
CNN Retracts Pedophile Claim Against Assange After Wikileaks Threatens Lawsuit
“An analyst on our air earlier today asserted that Julian Assange was a pedophile, and regrets saying it. In fact, CNN has no evidence to support that assertion.”
Will Trump Back Paul Ryan’s Plan To Destroy Medicare?
Trump's populist economic message which included rolling back corporate trade agreements and preserving Social Security and Medicare, is at odds with one of Congress’ most important leaders, Speaker of the House Paul Ryan.
Wife Of Jailed Online Activist Seeks Help From Trump
“I’d like [Trump] to use his influence to get the charges dropped against Marty because of the nature of the whistleblowing, because Marty didn’t hurt anybody whereas the doctors at the hospital did hurt people and they’re not facing any charges.”
Activists Gain Resolve From Civil Rights Vets Post-Election
As Trump's election sets in, some dispirited black and Latino liberal activists are looking to — and finding inspiration from — the veterans of civil rights movements.
Mississippi Prison Still Hasn’t Addressed Conditions That Led To Deadly 2012 Riot
A recent DOJ audit found that a Mississippi private prison which holds mostly immigrant prisoners, failed to address issues with staffing and living conditions that led to a deadly riot in 2012.