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Day 275: Trump on Tax Reform: I Got a Super Bowl Ring Last Month

Donald Trump sat down for an interview with Maria Baritromo from — and this may shock you — Fox. Trump’s answers — and this may shock you — were largely incoherent. Take, for example, this gem: body[data-twttr-rendered=”true”] {background-color: transparent;}.twitter-tweet {margin: auto !important;} This is an exchange between Donald Trump…

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Privilege, anarchism and the mysterious rastaman

Privilege, anarchism and the mysterious rastaman Understanding privilege for dummies I think the realization that the world is structured in such a way that only a few benefit hit home when I was in primary school. In my class there was…

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There is a good pat on the back.

There is a good pat on the back. Part of the virtue signaling huh? Do you also feel for the people? Do you love the people? Good for you. You get a gold star. Feel better? Liberals are pathetic. So pathetic.…

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The Debt of an Immigrant: What I Learned About Racism

“Refugee Dreaming” by Hunter, licensed under CC BY 2.0 A month ago, it was the three year anniversary of leaving my troubled home, Turkey, to settle in Amsterdam. As a gay man with opinions that are not in line with those…

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This goes beyond “neoliberalism is broken.”

This goes beyond “neoliberalism is broken.” I have not read the book “PostCapitalism: A Guide to Our Future by Paul Mason, 2015, London: Allen Lane,” but have been doing though experiments that do not concentrate only on learning from the…

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This Year’s Lists, Partial

(A Trip Inside My Mind) Image: Fred Zinn Utterances: NO Fuck What the fuck Fears I Thought I’d Never Have and Do Have: Nuclear War Mass Arrests and Concentration Camps Being Unable to Get Trump Out of Office Vladimir Taking Over the Office Everything Bad You…

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The right are rising but progressives can win again

The recent victory of the centre — right Austrian People’s Party shows that right are still rising, but centre — left progressives can win again One of this week’s main stories was the victory of the centre — right in Austria. Led by Sebastian Kurs, who is…

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Venezuela: Presenting our case, to whoever wants to join our efforts.

It´s not only help we need, it´s beyond that. In 2013 when Nicolas Maduro was elected to the Presidency of Venezuela, the price of oil started to crash. It was more or less a coincidence but our problems started to multiply…

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Our Flag

The American Flag, like the country it represents, is not perfect. The American Constitution is a normative construction of how freedom, justice, and equity should be applied to all people. The Constitution leaves it up to its citizens to translate…

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The Power of the People

The events that occured in Romania from December 2016 to February of 2017 are a perfect example of popular concerted action and of social impact on governmental decisions. The Controversial Decree After PSD (Partidul Socialist Democrat) was voted into power…

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