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Talia Lavin
writing a book. swamp hag born under a bruised moon. member of . get in touch: talialavin at protonmail dot com
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Talia Lavin 40m
via dialectical materialism
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Jesse Hawken Jun 19
2016: "Come on, you're talking like Trump's going to put people in concentration camps" 2018: "First of all, I think it's offensive that you refer to them as 'concentration camps'"
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Talia Lavin 50m
full on vacation hair & sea air
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Mama Kam 7h
Juneteenth Mubarak! ❤️🖤💚 ✊🏾
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Michael Edison Hayden 2h
It's easy to forget exists these days until one of its users gets arrested for inciting violence. Of course, that happened. CEO Andrew Torba even interacted with the user around the same time he was making apparent violent threats:
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Jonathan M. Katz✍🏻 1h
Replying to @KatzOnEarth
The networks have a responsibility to give the concentration camps the kind of attention they have in recent years only reserved for presidential campaigns and celebrity feuds. This is dinner-table stuff. Make it a daily headline.
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Jonathan M. Katz✍🏻 1h
Replying to @KatzOnEarth
Yes, the camps have gotten coverage. That’s where the details in my pieces and this thread came from. But there is a difference between some coverage and what we have at this fleeting moment: Intense attention at a high level, involving millions of ppl
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Jonathan M. Katz✍🏻 1h
I keep reupping this, but I want to note something specific. This is for , , , , , , et al: Calling concentration camps by their name is a huge step. But what we need is *intense focus.*
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Lili Loofbourow 1h
I wrote about Max Landis
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Matt Fuller 3h
The House just passed a nearly $1 trillion appropriations bill that includes 11 very crucial lines: A repeal of the 2001 Authorization for Use of Military Force. This is the first time a repeal of the 2001 AUMF has passed the House. Almost 18 years after it was enacted.
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erin mccann | 1h
Ta-Nehesi Coates on Reparations: Read the Full Testimony
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b-boy bouiebaisse 2h
I’ll say again that the way Republicans treated this hearing—from the choice of witnesses to the decision not to attend—is an obvious statement of contempt.
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Kombiz Lavasany 4h
The three people quoted in this article is a letterhead for hire for rich people and corporations. they have no base. Third way was running ads against Elizabeth Warren this year. They played politico to seem relevant and now they're playing twitter.
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Elon Green 2h
they didn’t even play politico, which surely knows what third way is. Politico just doesn’t give a shit.
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Alan He 2h
WARREN on Biden: “I’m not here to criticize other Democrats but it’s never ok to celebrate segregationists. Never.”
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The Jupiter Girl 2h
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Diane Duane 5h
(Snickering) MOAR. :)
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Talia Lavin 4h
excited to be on a panel at leftforum talking about right-wing internationalism! would love to see some of y'all!
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Talia Lavin 4h
things have changed so much and so little since 1950
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Laura Bassett 6h
Replying to @letsgomathias
Coates testifying about reparations, just flaming McConnell
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