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Julia Conley, staff writer
"The choice is between resolution, or complicity in the suffering; there is no third option."
Jake Johnson, staff writer
"The U.S. has routinely offered to help the Iranian people in times of need...
Julia Conley, staff writer
The new leader was among the New Zealanders who marched against Trump in...

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Loud Little Donnie's back from his Asian adventures. The good news: We're not at (more) war. The bad news: He blithely ignored the human rights abuses of strongmen, flattered/was comically flattered by them, and was "staggeringly incoherent" on issues, a "drunk driver crashing a pickup truck (of) alphabet soup" and babbling about "big events" and "amazing feelings" key to the ego of what North Korea calls "the lunatic old man of the White House, lost to senses." And lest we forget, not normal.