Category Archives: Human rights

The case for impeach Clinton and Obama

“The Impeachment of Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton for High Crimes in Syria and Libya” by Michael Ostrowski and James Ostrowski makes a strong case that both the current president and the former secretary of state committed impeachable offenses in … Continue reading






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Laughing Hillary 

“Jill Stein blasted Hillary Clinton’s “laughter at the lynching of an African ruler” as “disturbing,” referring to a 2011 CBS video clip.” Source: Jill Stein Slams Hillary Clinton’s ‘Disturbing’ Laughter at Lynching of African Ruler – Breitbart






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Progressives:  Be careful what you wish for, a Clinton presidency 

“The Clinton campaign’s full-scale effort to turn this election into a referendum on Vladimir Putin is causing liberals like Katrina vanden Heuvel, editor of The Nation, and Glenn Greenwald, the energizing force behind The Intercept, much heartburn. Here is Ms. … Continue reading






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The saga continues

“Hillary Clinton solicited a $12 million donation from a government that her State Department considered corrupt, then realized the “mess” it would cause to her presidential run, a newly leaked…” Source: Huma on Hillary’s $12M Morocco fiasco: ‘She created this … Continue reading






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Has World War III started? 

Is World War III a cyber warfare event?  “Cutting off of Julian Assange’s internet link, closure of RT bank accounts, murder of Motorola in Donbass, and firebombing of Trump regional office, all point to growing atmosphere of intolerance.” Source: As … Continue reading






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US stirring the pot in Syria






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The horrors of war in Yemen

‘The Saudi bombing of a funeral in Saana, Yemen, killed about 200 – we don’t yet know the exact number – and wounded over 500. No one believes the denials of the Saudis: clearly this event was targeted for special … Continue reading






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Hillary’s egregious hypocrisy

Source: Hillary’s Hyper-Mysogynistic Saudi Benefactors and Supporters Must Be Laughing Their Gutras Off . . .






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The Clinton Conglomerate 

“The Clintons’ activities outside politics are both inspiring and worrying…” Source: Bill and Hillary Inc.






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Hillary’s interventionist credentials

“Hillary Clinton’s campaign has been seeking the endorsement of former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, and their efforts may pay off.” Source: Hillary Clinton Courts Henry Kissinger’s Endorsement Even After Meeting His Victims






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Follow the money

“It doesn’t exactly take a jaded disposition to doubt that donations from some of the world’s most repressive regimes are motived (sic) by a desire to aid the foundation’s charitable work.” Source: Why Did the Saudi Regime and Other Gulf … Continue reading






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I did not want to start today’s posts with such a gruesome story…

…but readers need to see why our intervention in the Middle East is despicable, and so is the behavior of who the people the Obama administration is supporting. Source: US-Backed Syrian ‘Moderates’ Behead 12-Year-Old – Consortiumnews






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End the “war on drugs”

Prohibition creates black markets and the deaths of innocent people throughout the country by the police hell bent on fighting this “war.”  Despicable  collateral damage.  Where is the supposed compassion of our elected officials and judges? “Nickoy Ellis was sentenced … Continue reading






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The key to a peaceful world

“National and individual choice in a post-Brexit world: secession is a human right.” Source: All People Have the Right of Self Determination | Foundation for Economic Education






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Shouldn’t someone be indicted for murder or manslaughter?

“Long-awaited assessment of death toll under Obama, criticized as an undercount, acknowledges government does not always know how many civilians it kills” Source: Obama claims US drones strikes have killed up to 116 civilians | US news | The Guardian






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