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Saturday, January 28, 2023

Racism will dominate election

America is, by and large, a nation dominated by racists and racism is expected to play a huge role in the upcoming Presidential elections.

As the presumptive Democratic Presidential nominee, Sen. Barack Obama had to overcome racism in his own party to gain the nomination. Now he faces unrelenting racism from the Republican spin machine.

But Republicans are already learning that racism can backfire on them.

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U.S. taught Chinese torture techniques

American military trainers taught Chinese Communist torture techniques at a glass at Guantanamo Bay in 2002, using a chart that was copied verbatum from a 1957 Air Force study of techiques used by the enemy during the Korean war.

Disclosure of the class shows just how accepted the use of torture has become in U.S. treatment prisoners and shows the Bush Administration continues to lie when it claims such techniques are not authorized.

Michigan Sen. Carl Levin said every American would be "shocked" at the revelations.

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Live from Washington…the Bush White House

Satire, at its best, is an artful blend of subtlety and wit. But often it plunges into heavy-handed ways. Then it becomes insufferably witless.

Live from New York, we’ve seen satire suffer under the "Saturday Night Live Syndrome" of ham-fisted un-funniness. Now this: Live From Washington — it’s the Bush White House.

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Swiftboating John McCain

General Wesley "Flap-jaw" Clark recently said of John McCain that "riding in a fighter plane and getting shot down" is no qualification to be president, and the immediate accusation was that he was guilty of "swiftboating." Two disgraceful things are going on here, starting with Clark’s mouth.

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Democratic leader involved in Satanism

Durham County Democratic Party officials are shocked about allegations that a local Democratic leader was involved in satanic rituals that included shackling people to beds, caging them, and depriving them of food and water.

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D.C. Council, School Leaders Differ on Funds

D.C. Council members balked at pressure from school officials to reprogram $83 million for building repairs that the officials say are needed before classes resume on Aug. 25. Instead, the council authorized less than half of that amount, with Council Chairman Vincent C. Gray saying that a hearin…

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