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Israel’s Mass Shootings
You can always depend on the American public to scapegoat Israel’s war crimes, blame them on anything and everyone but Israel's bigoted death machine
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Among Those Blocked by Trump on Twitter, Stephen King Says Maybe Better Not To Follow President
Novelist and master of horror tells Stephen Colbert getting blocked may have had something to do with saying Trump "had his head somewhere where a certain yoga position would be necessary to get it there."
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"People's Climate Case": Families Sue EU Demanding More Ambitious Action to Combat Climate Crisis
"If it is recognized by the court that climate protection is a human rights issue, then climate protection can be activated in the courts of all other jurisdictions in the world."
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Patriotism Is Earned By A Nation That Lives Up To Its Promises: Just Ask Sterling Brown
Patriotism is not blind submission. AP photo The debacle of the new NFL policy penalizing teams whose players take a knee or "do not stand and show respect for the flag and the anthem" in order to protest a system of institutionalized oppression and brutality in the policing of communities of color...
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Ruling Against 'Pernicious and Unconstitutional' Practice, Judge Says Trump Can't Block People on Twitter
"We're pleased with the court's decision, which reflects a careful application of core First Amendment principles to government censorship on a new communications platform."
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Billionaire NFL Owners Rebuked for Announcing Fines for Teams If Players #TakeAKnee
The move comes after players across the league have locked arms, raised fists, and knelt during the national anthem to protest racial injustice
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Hope Will Never Be Silent
Pride Day. AP photo In honor of Harvey Milk Day and what would have been the LGBTQ icon's 88th birthday, a nod to the enduring legacy of the first openly gay person elected to public office in a major U.S city. During his too-short life and tenure as San Francisco Supervisor, Milk and his army of...
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'User Manual for Authoritarian Surveillance': ACLU Red Alert as Amazon Peddles Facial Recognition Tool to Police
"Once a dangerous surveillance system like this is turned against the public, the harm can't be undone."
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'You Are Not Welcome in Palestine': US Delegation Egged in Occupied West Bank
Though more than 60 Palestinians were killed last week by IDF soldiers in Gaza, nobody from the U.S. consulate was reported injured by the egg-throwers
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If I Die In A School Shooting: These Are America's Children
Houston's police chief and mayor, in cap and brown shirt, join the March For Our Lives. Photo by David Phillip/AP. On front, Santa Fe student Dakota Shrader and her mother Susan Davidson. Photo by Stuart Villanueva/The Galveston County Daily/AP Another goddamn massacre in the only country that has...
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