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By IAfrica
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Sep 21st, 2014
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With the forks they oppress our people This story just somehow keeps getting worse and worse. Daniele Watts, an actress from the violent racist flick Django Unchained, claimed that the LAPD accused her of being a prostitute because she was black and her boyfriend is white. As it turned out the proble...
By IAfrica
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Sep 21st, 2014
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Exactly politics as usual If you can’t sell your fictionalized Hillary Clinton show to the New York Times and the Huffington Post, where can you sell it to? First let’s begin by shooting down the idea that Madam Secretary is anything except a Hillary Clinton infomercial… as some me...
By IAfrica
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Sep 21st, 2014
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Madam Secretary, better known as CBS’ in-kind contribution to the Hillary Clinton 2016 campaign, will go the Benghazi route. Of course it will. There’s not much point in spending millions on a propaganda series to promote Hillary Clinton if you aren’t going to play thinly masked rev...
By IAfrica
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Sep 21st, 2014
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The Arab Spring certainly hasn’t brought reform or meaningful democracy, but it has destabilized every country it touched. Yemen’s Houthi rebels seized control of cabinet headquarters in the capital Sana’a as clashes showed no sign of letting up even after the United Nations envoy s...
By IAfrica
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Sep 21st, 2014
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Why not just call the White House intruder our new Undocumented President. We shouldn’t discriminate against him simply because he has no paperwork showing that he is the president. He made it into the White House. We have no right to deport him from it. Let’s face it, our political syste...
By IAfrica
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Sep 21st, 2014
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Sure they did it for Hamas and Saddam Hussein, but you might have thought that The Guardian would draw the line at ISIS. But the left is nothing if not ridiculously predictable. If Hitler came back from the dead tomorrow and the US bombed him, the rotting carcass of the left would be offering up [&he...
By IAfrica
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Sep 21st, 2014
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“This is my generation, baby. I hope I die before I get old.” Ezekiel Emanuel, the creepiest member of the clan, (it’s a sad day when your brother is Rahm and he isn’t the creepiest) knows when he wants to die. 75. That’s how long I want to live: 75 years… By the ...
By IAfrica
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Sep 21st, 2014
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Obama really did a bang up job bringing Americans together. Some Americans anyway. As you can see the numbers are highest in the Southwest and lowest in New England. That’s predictable. Despite the equally predictable leftist spin, the wealthy are less likely to want to secede than any other gr...
By IAfrica
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Sep 20th, 2014
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Or rather France admits by denying or denies by admitting it. US and British officials have criticised France for “buying out” hostages. Four French journalists were freed by IS at Easter. Asked why French hostages were freed, while US and British hostages are beheaded, Mr Hollande said: ...
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Sep 20th, 2014
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Eliana Johnson has a National Review piece pointing out that Cory Booker is in many ways as much of an enigma as Obama, has quite a few biographical issues, but is a lot more popular among Republicans. The secret to his popularity is that he’s Obama without the edge. He’s a polished soft-...