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Apr 03 2015
This is an astonishingly good Iran deal
When Aaron Stein was studying nuclear non-proliferation at Middlebury University's Monterey graduate program, the students would sometimes construct what they thought would be the best possible nuclear inspection and monitoring regimes.
Years later, Stein is now a Middle East and nuclear proliferation expert with the Royal United Services Institute. And he says the Iran nuclearVox
Oct 28 2019
In Pakistan's Kasur, child rapes and killings continue unabated
Kasur, Pakistan - Nine-year-old Faizan Muhammad stepped out of the mosque where his family lives in the small central Pakistani town of Chunian on a warm September evening.
Hours later, he had still not returned home, and his family began to fear the worst.Al Jazeera
Jul 22 2021
Biden’s Border Crisis Is About To Make History
If the current trend continues, this will be a record-breaking year for illegal immigration on the southwest border.
You would never know it by perusing headlines in the corporate press, but the border crisis is getting worse, not better, as the summer goes on. In fact, it might well turn out to be historic.
Late last week U.S. Customs and Border Protection finally released JuneThe Federalist
Oct 30 2020
No Newsroom Is Safe If The Intercept Can Fall Victim to Media Groupthink
Glenn Greenwald founded The Intercept in 2013 with the explicit goal of creating a news outlet that would be insulated from the partisan and financial pressures inherent to corporate media.
As he acknowledges in a resignation letter published Thursday, that project has ultimately failed.
The Intercept’s editors, who Greenwald notes repeatedly are almost all based in New York,National Review
Jan 14 2021
Andrew Yang kicks off NYC mayoral campaign with $2,000 basic income proposal for poorest
Former Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang made his first appearance as a New York City mayoral candidate on Thursday, proposing a basic income program for the city’s poorest.
“We will launch the largest basic income program in the history of the country,” Yang stated. “We will lift hundreds of thousands of New Yorkers out of extreme poverty, putting cash relief directly intoYahoo News
Jan 14 2021
New York Post Bars Writers From Citing New York Times, CNN, MSNBC Reporting
The New York Post is prohibiting its reporters from citing The New York Times, The Washington Post, CNN, and MSNBC in articles, the Times reported on Wednesday. The four outlets have been among the most cited by President Trump as “fake news” or the “enemy of the people.” Three journalists who spoke to the Times said they were not given a specific reason as to why. The New York Post is ownedDaily Beast
Dec 24 2020
The Triumph of Kleptocracy
Paul Manafort came of age in New Britain, Connecticut. His father, the garrulous mayor of that decaying factory town, taught him how to cobble together an electoral coalition, passing down the tricks of the trade that became the basis for the son’s lucrative career as a political consultant. But as the local hardware manufacturers fled to foreign shores, the Mafia moved into town. To hear theThe Atlantic
May 05 2021
Rick Scott Fact Checks Biden on Tax Increase Claim
President Joe Biden claimed on Tuesday that no Americans making less than $400,000 annually will see a tax increase, despite the tax hikes written into his hefty spending plans.
"The reason I’m bothering to do this is I keep hearing in the press ‘Biden’s going to raise your taxes’ – anybody making less than $400,000 a year will not pay a single penny in taxes," the president said.Townhall
Feb 08 2021
Texas Rep. Ron Wright dies following bouts with COVID-19 and cancer
Ron Wright, a Texas lawmaker representing the state's 6th Congressional District, died at the age of 67, his office said.
The congressman had battled both the coronavirus and cancer in the time leading up to his death Sunday.
“Congressman Wright will be remembered as a constitutional conservative. He was a statesman, not an ideologue,” according to a statement released by Wright’Washington Examiner
Apr 03 2021
Hunter Biden Recounts Cocaine Addiction, Failed Marriage In His Memoir 'Beautiful Things'
resident Joe Biden's son Hunter Biden has chronicled his harrowing journey through drug addiction, alcoholism and romantic relationship with his deceased brother's wife in his memoir "Beautiful Things: A Memoir" that will hit the shelves on April 6.
In the prologue, Hunter takes the readers through his drug addiction, which led him to cook his own crack cocaine, The New York TimesInternational Business Times