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The Madness Continues: Ann Wright Disinvited to Sail

Ann WrightIntroduction by Gilad Atzmon:

The adorable solidarity activist Ann Wright, former US Army Colonel and retired official of the U.S. State Department, known for her outspoken opposition to the Iraq War and support of Palestinian rights, is now also subject to Palestinian solidarity internal war.

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Women Demand Civil Rights in Lebanon

Women Demand Civil RightsTehran and Washington are employing competing strategies via their political allies in Lebanon to win 70 seats in next year’s June 2013 parliamentary election, should they actually be held which is looking doubtful to this observer. Their efforts are designed to control the next government here while widening the spectrum of challenges to the other in order to undermine chances for their adversary gaining regional hegemony.

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Israeli Crimes Without Punishment

The attack targeted an unidentified man driving a motorcyle, medical sources said [Reuters]Serial criminality against humanity is official Israeli policy. Punishment never follows. Ruthlessness best describes these type abuses. Committing them without accountability is unconscionable.

It goes on daily. Western media scoundrels ignore it. Too few people understand what everyone should. Militarized occupation is hell. Terrorizing civilian men, women, and children is worst of all.

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Ringside at the Undercard

Joe Biden, [right] Paul RyanNeeded three towels to wipe down my living room after the Vice Presidential wrestling match, er, debate the other day. The sweat flung off both the bottom names of the campaign bumper stickers was so thick on the Centre College stage, it shot right through television screens onto viewers at home.

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Kenneth M. Lewan – in memoriam

Kenneth M. LewanKenneth M. Lewan was born in 1925 in Chicago and deceased on October 7th, 2012, in Germany. He received his education at Harvard University; followed by a PhD from the University of Munich.

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