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    The Dismantling of Palestine

    As we watch the most recent events unfolding in the Middle East, we watch the dismantling of Palestine. We are looking at a battle of biblical proportions and that is due to the fact that religion has been used as a keystone of the perception built around what is happening. Ezekiel 38 (KJV) has been one of […]

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    This is Neoliberalism, Part IV: The Military Industrial Complex and the Big Lie Exposed

    US President Donald Trump recently announced the lifting of export restrictions on “lethal” military drones — to much consternation from the #Resistance media. The wailing and gnashing of Liberal teeth sought to portray the move as a flagrant expansion of an already out of control global arms market, while “competitors” like Israel worried that this new Buy American program would […]

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    Special Economic Zones: Maquiladoras on Steroids

    In May of 2016, the Mexican government introduced a law to create a series of Special Economic Zones (SEZs), which were intended to be fully operational by 2018. President Enrique Peña Nieto declared, “They will undoubtedly constitute a milestone for alleviating poverty and inequality.” The first three zones are all located in the southern part of […]

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    Desperate Evans Mimics Republican Voter Fraud Attack

    Editor’s Note: This article is a preview of an article published on The Peach Perspective. There are six days left until election day, and Stacey Evans, a Democratic candidate for Georgia Governor, has taken to bolstering Republican claims of voter fraud to attack her opponent’s voter registration efforts. Recent polling shows Evans still down by nearly 20 points. Those […]

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    The Iraq Sequel

    When 9/11 happened I was a kid, or thereabouts. Old enough to know something terrible had happened and hope that the perpetrators were brought to justice. But also old enough to notice the inconsistencies of the puzzle pieces scattered before me. The President is making up words, not to mention facts, his insecurity seeping out […]

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    Interview with Levi Sanders: On Running for Congress and More

    I recently spoke on the phone with the son of Senator Bernie Sanders, Levi Sanders, who is running for Congress in New Hampshire’s first district. We spoke about 2016, his current campaign for Congress, New Hampshire politics, and much more. Geoff Campbell: What inspired you to run for Congress in NH01? Levi Sanders: Every day I work […]

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    The May Primaries and the Failure of the Left

    The primary elections that took place last week were not a harbinger of good things to come for the Democratic party, nor a source of hope for those counting on a wave of progressives, or a “Political Revolution,” sweeping the 2018 congressional elections. In both Ohio and West Virginia, progressive candidates lost handily to Democratic […]

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    Violence and Incitement in the Mexican Election Campaign

    On Tuesday, Abel Montufar Mendoza, a PRI candidate for the state legislature in Guerrero, was shot dead in his truck after leaving his campaign headquarters. This was the third political assassination in four days nationwide, and the eighteenth in the State of Guerrero alone, which has been the most violent state for candidates in this […]

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    Real News, Fake Implications

    CNN released a scathing piece this week, detailing the smorgasbord of degenerates from the Republican Party seeking office in 2018 — a real gang of “lawbreakers and extremists, thugs and criminals, hoodlums and hate groups” as CNN called them. Flamboyant language aside, CNN’s assertions were relatively factual. They discussed Don Blankenship, the West Virginia coal […]