Intelligence Community Contractors Need to be Appreciated Too

One year ago today, the Senate passed Resolution 202 , establishing National Whistleblower Appreciation Day on July 30. Passage of Resolution 202 was led by Senators Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) and Carl Levin (D-Mich.) and was passed by unanimous consent. File Photo: DC Media Group Truly remarkable in this era of partisan rancor

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Does rejecting electioneering mean that anarchists are apolitical? No. Far from…

Does rejecting electioneering mean that anarchists are apolitical? No. Far from it

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Parents And Social Activist’s Opinion On Kumbakonam Fire Accident’s Final Verdict : Detailed Report
Parents And Social Activist’s Opinion On Kumbakonam Fire Accident’s Final Verdict : Detailed Report Parents And Social Activist’s Opinion On Kumbakonam Fire Accident’s Final Verdict : Detailed Report

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Israel Is Stealing and Murdering Its Way Through Palestine

Paul Craig Roberts RINF Alternative News Readers are asking for my take on the Israel-Gaza situation, and, believe it or not, Oxford University’s famous debating society, the Oxford Union, invited me to debate the issue. I replied to the Oxford Union that I was unprepared to take responsibility for the Palestinians without undergoing the extensive preparation that an Oxford Union debate deserves and requires. Unless things have changed since my time at Oxford, one prevails in a Union debate by anticipating every argument of one’s opponent and smashing the arguments with humor and wit

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Global Elite Agitating for War Against Russia

Victoria Nuland — who acted as the front person for the State Department’s coup in Kiev — bluntly expressed the opinion of the United States toward the European Union back in February. Nuland employed a choice expletive when she dismissed…

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China Monitors the Internet and the Public Pays the Bill

The article was originally written by Michelle Fong and published in Chinese on 16 of July 2014. This English version was translated by Jennifer Cheung and republished on Global Voices as part of a content-sharing agreement. There are around 2 million Internet public opinion analysts in China

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Senate Bill 2277 Isn’t Just about ‘Russian Aggression’ — It’s Also about Oil, Gas and Propaganda

Melissa Melton Activist Post The full name of Senate Bill 2277, introduced on May 1st, 2014, is “To prevent further Russian aggression toward Ukraine and other sovereign states in Europe and Eurasia, and for other purposes.” It starts out claiming to be about the Department of Defense creating “a strategic framework for U.S. security assistance and cooperation in Europe and Eurasia”.

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Israel Is a Colonial Power that “Never Really Thought It Had Any Duty To Protect the People Under Its Rule”

Israeli Attitude Towards Gaza = French Attitude Towards Algerians, and American American Attitude Towards Vietnamese Remi Brulin – Research fellow at NYU and Shapiro fellow at George Washington University –  tweets : Most of what Israel says re: Gaza, France said in Algeria in 50s.  The discourse is, at its roots, colonial pic.twitter.com/XMeIMFtBWA If you missed the translation, it says: You have welcomed the rebels. You have given them money and food. You have helped them with your silence

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Reasons to Take a Trip Once in a While

Image on Flickr by user larshuj (CC BY 2.0). On her blog Historias de una mujer lobo (Stories of a female werewolf), Natalia Cartolini reflects on the reasons why a trip can be beneficial as, in her opinion, “the fact of visiting new places or meeting new people from another perspective is important at any moment. It doesn’t matter if you go out within your own city or its surroundings, just open your eyes to a new point of view

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