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Wake Up: Reject the Two-Party Plutocracy

Gary Johnson, Libertarian Partyby Joel S. Hirschhorn

Here we go again. Millions of Americans will soon vote for either the Republican or Democratic presidential candidate not because they deeply believe that he is absolutely the best possible president the country needs and can have. No, they will know that they are compromising and choosing the lesser of two evils, mainly because most people know that both major parties and their candidates stink. The lesser evil is still a loser.

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Even Netanyahu admits PA is an Israeli interest

abbasby Khalid Amayreh

The fact that Israel, which continues to murder Palestinians nearly on a daily basis, narrows Palestinian horizons and steals Palestinian land is hastening to rescue the Palestinian Authority (PA) from its crushing financial-economic crisis may raise a lot of eyebrows both among Palestinians themselves and others around the world.

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Less Freedom under Obama and Romney

Obama and Romneyby Jacob G. Hornberger

It’s a real shame that Mitt Romney and Barack Obama are on the same page on civil liberties, the war on terrorism, and foreign policy. The big losers of this bi-partisan mindset are the American people, who will continue to experience grave infringements on their freedom.

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More trouble for Mitt Romney

Mitt Romneyby Alan Fisher

Mitt Romney's campaign is in trouble. His off the cuff comments to a private gathering of very rich people have been very damaging, to the extent some Republicans are privately saying that fifty days out from polling, the election campaign is over. That is premature, but there's no doubt Romney now has to steady his operation and quickly get it back on track.

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No to War with Iran

Carlos Latuff/ MWC NEWSby Adil E. Shamoo

Israel and the United States have waged a campaign of cyberwarfare and covert operations against Iran for the past several years. If Iran had taken similar actions toward Israel or the United States, we would have considered it a declaration of open war.

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