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Ecuador to Washington and Britain: Go to Hell

assange-correaFor around two months, Julian Assange has been holed up in Ecuador's London embassy after requesting political asylum.

Sweden wants him extradited on spurious charges. They include unlawful coercion, sexual molestation and rape.

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The Left Has No Voice

HBO Show NewsroomWhile the HBO Show "The Newsroom" tries to rise above the mundane news channels that operate in the United States, it is only a fictitious HBO show. There is no real Newsroom in the United States. What this nation needs is a truly left leaning news show that tells the unvarnished truth. We have cable news that purport to be left-leaning but are really not. When push comes to shove, they always support the Democrats. That happens for two reasons. First, we only have two political parties in this country, The Democrats and Republicans and secondly, because their sponsors will only let them go so far.

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Immigrants, the Scapegoats

Immigrantsby Jacob G. Hornberger

Guess who the Greek government and Greek citizenry are blaming for their economic woes. Immigrants — the people who also serve as a favorite scapegoat for many Americans who, like the Greeks, are lamenting the ever-mounting crisis of the welfare-state, interventionist way of life.

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Paul Ryan: Would-Be Savior of the Welfare-Warfare State

ryan-romneyPaul Ryan may be the conservative’s conservative, but understand what that means: He’s out to save the welfare/warfare state from its own intrinsic unsustainability. He’s no small-government man.

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Refortifying Egypt’s Military Dictatorship

Egypt’s Militaryby Jacob G. Hornberger

Even while U.S. officials decry the brutal dictatorships in Syria and Iran, the U.S. government is fortifying the military dictatorship in Egypt. A recent attack in the Sinai Peninsula that killed six Egyptian soldiers is the latest excuse that U.S. officials are trotting out to use U.S. taxpayer money to refortify one of the most brutal dictatorships in the world.

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