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Hillarygate

Hillary Clinton was a young congressional lawyer working for Democrat Senator Fulbright on President Nixon’s Watergate scandal. She wrote the Articles of Impeachment against President Nixon. Nixon was recording his meetings in the White House and when the Watergate break-in took place, Democrats wanted the recorded tapes to prove Nixon’s involvement in the break-in and cover-up that followed.

A fight for the tapes went to the Supreme ...

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Last updated 1 month ago.
Posted in Politics.
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ISIS as Capitalists?


An informative article on ISIS economics and patronage. Considering most of the surrounding countries are, for the most part, decrying ISIS and threatening actions, I wonder how all the oil and other items are getting out and in.

http://www.businessinsider.com/tafrikinomics-how-isis-funds-its-caliphate-2015-3

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Last updated 1 month, 2 weeks ago.
Posted in Politics.
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Last comment by Bryant 1 month, 1 week ago
Homeland Security


An incumbent president issues an executive order. The opposition party can't block it legislatively because they don't have the votes. The states exercise the Federal courts and block implementation. Appeals pending. Constitution working just fine. Cannot say the same for politicians.

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Last updated 1 month, 3 weeks ago.
Posted in Politics.
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Last comment by Regional 1 month, 1 week ago
RIP Internet


With the internet on the verge of becoming regulated after Thursday's vote by the FCC, Walkie is saying "Just Dang!" (Language cleaned up)

As someone who has been employed in the information technology field since the early 1980's, Walkie has seen many changes. He remembers a time when the internet was used by scientist and engineers in dark rooms underground. It was a network funded by the National Science Foundation and most ...

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Last updated 1 month, 3 weeks ago.
Posted in Politics.
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Last comment by gawalkman 1 month, 2 weeks ago
A is for Arab Exhibit


"A is for Arab: Stereotypes in U.S. Popular Culture" is a travelling exhibit from the Jack G. Shaheen Archive at New York University. This powerful exhibit reveals and critiques the stereotypical portrayals of Arabs and Muslims in U.S. popular culture. Providing historical context about these images which range from film stills to comic books to editorial cartoons, this exhibit aims to educate and stimulate discussion about the impact of stereotypes on both individual perceptions and ...

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Last updated 1 month, 3 weeks ago.
Posted in General.
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Last comment by Regional 1 month, 3 weeks ago

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