From NYC to Saint Louie Fuck The Police

From NYC to Saint Louie Fuck The Police NYPD Twitter Photo Contest Backfires, Police Brutality Photos Flood Twitter theantimedia.org Cassius Methyl | The Anti Media If you need something to uplift your mood today, maybe this will do It. Awareness of reality was shown to be alive and well …

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5 Signs Your Kid May Be Susceptible to Addiction

Keeping an eye out for these red flags could help you prevent your child’s addiction. Even if you’re on Facebook, you might not be privy to every aspect of your child’s social life. Adolescents, by nature, seek independence by detaching from their parents and keeping more of their lives to themselves

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The Return of Stefan Zweig
The Return of Stefan Zweig The Return of Stefan Zweig

When a publicist from IFC invited me to a press screening of Patrice Leconte’s “A Promise” (the film opens Friday in NY), I could not resist. Leconte was one of my favorite directors and I considered his “Ridicule” a masterpiece.

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A Founder of the Tamarod Movement Admits Taking Orders From Army

For the first time, one of the five founders of the Tamarod, the movement that led the protests that ousted the Muslim Brotherhood last year, admits his movement was taking orders from the army. “We were naive, we were not responsible.” Amr Abdallah Dalsh / Reuters Buzzfeed CAIRO — On the night of July 3, 2013, Moheb Doss stood looking at his television set in disbelief as a statement was read in his name on national television

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2016 US President elections – Christie ahead in GOP race with Bush and Paul breathing down his neck

The 2016 US President elections are still 20-months away but already polls have been undertaken to feel the pulse of the people and assess the mood of the electorate. One such poll of Fox News has put Chris Cristie ahead…

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Snow, rain, haze…. This is NOT Greek Easter weather

Snow, rain storms, haze, lightning, and low temperatures are the main features of weather during the Holy Week. Snow started to fall in the mountain areas of Northern Greece, a heavy storm hit the prefecture of Ioannina in Epirus causing among others electricity problems. In Florina the thermoter show -1° C, in Kastoria and Kozani 2° C

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War for Dummies

Sorry for the headline if it got you hoping for a quick 1-step guide on how to bomb a country without breaking a sweat. I didn’t actually mean that I could teach a dummy to wage a war. I meant that only dummies want to wage wars

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One English Town’s Innovative Response To Sea Level Rise

Andrew Breiner contributed the graphics to this piece. Vast stretches of the Somerset Levels, an expanse of coastal plains and wetlands in southwest England, have spent much of the winter underwater

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Men who love men who hate men who love men

‘Oh no, there goes CEO, go go Mozilla’ – Blue Oyster Cult, sorta As a rule, white conservatives love love love victims. Providing, of course the victims aren’t blacks who are still fighting institutional racism. Or old people who didn’t plan for their future and now come begging, hat in hand, for their promised social security benefits.

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The Elections in Turkey

Johannesburg, South Africa. Though the recently concluded nationwide elections in Turkey, on 30 March, were only meant to select mayors and municipal officials, they were effectively turned into a referendum on the popularity of prime minister Recep Tayyib Erdogan and his Justice and Development Party (AKP). That the municipal elections would be crucial for Erdogan’s future plans for Turkey had been evident for a while

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