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Matt Duss
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House Democratic leadership responds by... moving a resolution to condemn BDS.
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Dan Murphy 3h
Similar, vaguely creepy efforts were made to "fix" the "Arab street's" perceptions of our glorious war in Iraq 15 years ago. They accomplished just two things; 1. Stuffing fortunes into the pockets of incompetent, but connected contractors.
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South Nyack represent!
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Ali Ahmadi 6h
Pompeo's obsession with in one quote: "Yesterday, the Iranian foreign minister was in Venezuela working, talking, conspiring with the Venezuelans." Zarif was attending the Non-Aligned Movement summit along with delegations from 120 countries.
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Ilhan Omar 19h
Ben is right. Palestinians deserve self-determination and statehood just like their neighbors, not destruction of their property and indefinite military occupation of their land. This has to stop!
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Eli Clifton 23h
Twitter just silenced Geoff Golberg whose powerful research into inauthentic Twitter accounts has been largely ignored by the social media platform. Geoff helped out Heshmat Alavi as a sock puppet propaganda operation run by the MEK. Geoff’s crime? Calling someone a “moron.”
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🇺🇸 Jon B. “Globalist” Wolfsthal Jul 21
From the people who told you Saddam Hussein was behind 9/11 and backed Al Qaeda and that Cuba had a hidden BW program, now Venezuela and Iran are being linked.
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Adam Jentleson 🎈🐢 Jul 21
Democrats won back the House and decided not to impeach, sending the message that Trump is basically fine.
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Elizabeth Tsurkov Jul 22
Assad's victory came at an immense cost to his sect. My new research based on multiple interviews with Alawis inside Syria is finally out with
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Matt Duss Jul 22
But remember, non-violent boycotts are the real threat to peace.
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Jason Rezaian Jul 22
5 years ago today, my wife and I were abducted from our home in Tehran, beginning a long, terrible & unjust ordeal. Officials in have obviously learned little from that episode, as they continue their 40 year practice of hostage taking, glorifying it at every opportunity.
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Daniel Seidemann Jul 21
This Israeli needs no apologies from the Congresswomen. None necessary. Trump is gravely harming Israel by turning us into a crass tool in his vile racebaiting campaign, and by allowing Pence and CUFI to turn us into extras in their end-of-days rapture pageant. Some "friend".
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Senator Dick Durbin Jul 18
I welcome the UAE’s decision to scale back their involvement in the disastrous war in Yemen. They should also release human rights activist Ahmed Mansoor, who’s being held there on questionable charges.
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Micah Zenko Jul 20
Replying to @MicahZenko
A real committee on present dangers that Americans face would focus on: -vastly increasing rates of suicides, maternal mortality, drug deaths -growing cancer, diabetes, cardiovascular death rates -declining social mobility -encroaching/perhaps irreversible climate change effects
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Micah Zenko Jul 20
Rebirth of The Committee on the Present Danger--China-focused for now. Deja vu threat inflation.
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Adam Serwer🍝 Jul 20
If you thought that my description of the main role of the conservative intelligentsia as being post hoc justifications of whatever the base wants was unfair, read the quotes in this piece. Pathetic.
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Robert Mackey Jul 19
Here's how the BBC covered the moon landing in 1969, by inviting Pink Floyd to jam over their live broadcast. The song was called Moonhead:
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Jeet Heer Jul 19
Replying to @HeerJeet
7. In an age of polarization, triangulation is really self-strangulation. I pursue the argument here:
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Matt Duss Jul 19
Because nothing bad happened the last time the U.S. stationed a bunch of troops in Saudi Arabia.
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New York Times Opinion Jul 19
It’s terrifying enough to have a president who says racist things. It’s an almost incalculable insult for Trump and his enablers to act as if he’s helping the Jews when he adopts the language of the pogrom, argues .
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