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North Korea to Trump: See You Soon In Your Dreams, Sucker!
The honeymoon. Reuters photo Art of the Hopelessly Incompetent Deal Redux: Oh, look, North Korea's fave murderous despot has played our hapless 'We Fell In Love' Dear Leader again. It's been 18 months since Trump came back from his much-hyped photo-op with Kim Jong-Un to proclaim that, "E verybody...
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Israel Is Killing Children Asleep In Their Homes. Humans. Not Numbers. Again.
The Sawarka family's dead. Photo by Fatima Shbair/MEE. On front, an Israeli drone-fired missile killed 7-year-old Amir Rafat Ayyad as he rode on a motorbike with his father Rafat Muhammad Ayyad, 54, and older brother Islam Rafat Ayyad, 24, as they were trying to get to al-Shifa Hospital The reign...
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The Best-Selling-and-Scamming Son In the World
Aspiring tough guy. Proud family photo. Front photo New York Times Because grifters gotta grift, all the evil Trumps are busy these days even as impeachment bears down on them. Hard on the heels of the Trump Foundation being forced to pay out $2 million for ripping off people in the name of charity...
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For The Simple Cause Of Justice
Marchers, including Dread Scott (right), arrive in New Orleans. Photo by Anne Ponton. Front photo by William Anderson Chanting "Liberté Ou la Mort!" - Freedom Or Death! - riding horses, flying flags, wearing 19th-century militia uniforms, singing Creole songs to African drumming and armed with...
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Cadet Bone Spurs Tells the People He Rips Off, Trash Talks, Exploits and Blocks They Are Why the Nation Thrives In Freedom, and It Does Not Go Well
Photo by Stephanie Keith/Getty Images On this supremely incongruous Veterans' Day, Cadet Bone Spurs crawled into New York City wearing a bulletproof vest to stand before a modest crowd in a bullet/sound/boo/chant/tomato/reality-proof booth - which some aptly likened to a hockey penalty box - to...
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Okay Kids Do Your Thing
Yeah, no disruption here. Getty Image It seems Trump's desperate quest to find a public sports event that won't boo him off the planet has already run into a couple of glitches. Having lost Kentucky to do-nothing Democrats and hungry to get a win in Louisiana's gubernatorial contest, he evidently...
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As Maine Goes
From the Mainer Project by Orson Horchler, whose street artist name is Pigeon. Horchler has mounted the large ink and charcoal portraits of non-traditional Mainers around the state - and has spoken at scores of schools - to explore what it means to be an integral part of Maine's communities. Photo...
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It's Zero Hour: Activists Chain Themselves to Pier To Block Shipment For TMX Pipeline
Photos by Alex Milan Tracy In a dramatic action at daybreak Tuesday, activists blocked a shipment of pipeline for Canada's much-hated Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion project by locking themselves to the dock in Vancouver WA where it was to be unloaded. The protesters, part of Portland Rising Tide...
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The Right To Live In Peace: This Is Not Over
Photo by Edgard Garrido/Reuters. On front, guitarists lead Jara's anthem. Photo by Pedro Ugarte/AFP via Getty Images Thousands of Chileans again took to the streets in a "Super Monday" mega-rally to kick off the third week of furious protests against the country's "savage capitalism" and rising...
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Everybody Hates You
Wait, what is that sound? And why can't the ever-clueless Eric hear it? Photo by Steven Ryan/ Getty For solace at the start of yet another week of madness, here's some of the latest to befall our beleaguered, wannabe Mob-Boss-In-Chief. A federal judge in Oregon became the latest of several judges...
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