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Don’t Invade Portugal

George Wrightby Jacob G. Hornberger

We can only hope that President Obama doesn’t order a military invasion of Portugal for refusing an extradition request by the U.S. government to extradite a convicted murderer to the United States.

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Israel risks a conflagration

netanyahu-libermanby Khaled Amayreh

Undeterred by the Arab world's reactions to repeated Israeli provocations in Jerusalem, particularly the recurrent encroachments by Jewish millenarians, the Israeli government has accused the Palestinian Authority (PA) of "inciting Muslims against Israel".

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BP Settlement Sells Out Victims

BP SettlementDeal buries evidence of oil company willful negligence

Following the Deepwater Horizon explosion, Greg Palast led a four-continent investigation of BP PLC for Britain's television series Dispatches. From 1989-91, Palast directed the investigation of fraud charges in the Exxon Valdez grounding for Alaska Native villages.

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Get over it: The Czar is back

Vladimir Putin shed tears after his victory in Russia's presidential electionby Pepe Escobar

He even shed tears - an unlikely remake of "From Russia with Love". The Russian Orthodox Church - which steadfastly supported his campaign - was more than pleased.

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Lies, Damn Lies, and Major Media Scoundrel Journalism

JournalismMerriam-Webster's defines journalism as involving "writing characterized by a direct presentation of facts or description of events without an attempt at interpretation."

In other words, the truth, the whole truth, and nothing else.

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