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Romney's Billionaire Threatens BBC Investigative Reporter

Mitt RomneyLast Monday, a call came in to BBC Television Centre, London, from the office of Mitt Romney's billionaire backer and "advisor" Paul Singer.

Singer, top donor to the Republican Senate Campaign Committee had a message for the news chiefs at the prestigious broadcaster:

"We have a file on Greg Palast."

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The BOD is in a Constant Tantrum

Constant TantrumLast week the Zionist Board of Deputies of British Jews (BOD) was desperate to expel me from a Marxist music festival. They obviously failed. This week the BOD attempts to control the Palestinian Delegation’s web site.

Read more: The BOD is in a Constant Tantrum


Obama’s War Record Should Appall Progressives

Obama’s War Record“Why are liberals so desperately unhappy with the Obama presidency?” asks New York Magazine’s Jonathan Chait, a self-proclaimed “Obama apologist.”

He answers his own question: “ Liberals are dissatisfied with Obama because liberals, on the whole, are incapable of feeling satisfied with a Democratic president.”

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Loving Egypt’s Military Dictatorship

tantawiby Jacob G. Hornberger

The disingenuousness of the U.S. government clearly has no bounds. What better example than its recent, somewhat lackadaisical call on the Egyptian military to relinquish power to the civilian sector?

After all, guess who’s been propping up and supporting Egypt’s military dictatorship for decades. Yes, the democracy-loving U.S. government. Billions and billions of dollars of U.S. taxpayer money have been sent to Egypt’s military dictators, year after year, decade after decade. The money went to build the vast military machine that has not only warped the Egyptian economy but also terrorized and tyrannized the Egyptian people for decades.

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A new low in Pakistan-US relations

Pakistanis have staged anti-NATO protests across the country in recent days. [Photo: EPA]By Kamal Hyder

The attack toook place in the dead of the night, and for more than two hours, American helicopters pounded a well-known and marked Pakistani post.

The Pakistani army frantically tried to convey to NATO, ISAF and the US high command in Afghanistan to stop the attack, but their pleas fell on deaf ears. By the time it was over, more than 24 soldiers lay dead, including officers, and over a dozen wounded.

Read more: A new low in Pakistan-US relations


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