Nowhere Nation

20 May 19
The Publisher Online

Atletico Madrid’s Thomas Partey says Ghana will have to be united if they are to win the Africa Cup of Nations. The 25-year-old midfielder was not even born when Ghana last won the competition in Libya 1982. Since then they have been to three finals and this year in Egypt they are in a group […]

20 May 19
Comrade Finnegan

Nazis killed you for who you are—eugenics. Soviets killed you for what you did—kulaks that were violent were killed, the rest were moved. I don’t think there can be anything more evil than killing someone for them being “inferior.” That is the objectification of a human being, which is how the Final Solution could be […]

20 May 19
Lowmiller Consulting Group Blog

European elections FvD will join divided ranks of Europe’s populist right where alliances are in flux Thierry Baudet, the FvD leader, is a philosopher-dandy with a penchant for quoting Latin in parliament. Photograph: Bart Maat/EPA In the conference room of a slightly soulless hotel on the neat outskirts of the eastern Dutch town of Emmen, […]

20 May 19
Comrade Finnegan

Yes. Work has been done by Marxist scholars to address concerns about the empirical truth of Marxist economics. This paper analyzes several concerns and issues related to the empirical validity of Marxi’s works: Criticisms of Marx’s labor theory of value have also been analyzed. Did Marx have a labor theory of value? It seems […]

20 May 19
Purely Presbyterian

J.A. Wylie Book I. History of the Papacy. Chapter III. Rise of the Temporal Sovereignty. Over the abyss in which the Roman empire of the west had been engulfed there now floated the portentous form of the Papacy. If the idolatrous nations, in their victorious march from the Upper Danube to southern Europe, had not […]

20 May 19
Steve The Presteblog

Megan McArdle: Supporters of abortion rights are fond of saying that Roe v. Wade is “settled law.” The phrase is supposed to convey a finality that borders on irrevocability. But, of course, what the Supreme Court gives, the Supreme Court can take away. That appears to be the reasoning behind the new laws passed in Alabama and Georgia, which would […]

20 May 19

However, toll is still being charged uniformly at Sangam and locals are waiting for May 23 when the MCC will end.   Khajuria said that people of Udhampur and Katra towns are not even asking for complete waiver of road tax “but this government should direct the National Highway Authority of India (NHAI) to at least […]

20 May 19

By: Marcus J. Hopkins, Policy Consultant Two years ago, HEAL Blog began reporting on what should have been a relatively localized outbreak of the Hepatitis A Virus (HAV) in San Diego, CA (Hopkins, 2017a). New HAV infections were exploding, with 421 confirmed new cases of the virus by September 12th, 2017, primarily amongst the local […]

20 May 19
Scottish Exile

Few days ago I asked Michael Russell, MSP, for help with the Belgian immigration issue. This is because I foolishly thought Scotland would be able to at least stand up for someone in my situation. What follows is his response, then mine. Firs though, like to thank my hubs, Frans, for sorting it for me, […]

20 May 19
Intel Today

“Hans Köchler, a United Nations observer, called the trial ‘a spectacular miscarriage of justice,’ words echoed by Mr. Mandela. Many legal experts and investigative journalists challenged the evidence, calling Mr. Megrahi a scapegoat for a Libyan government long identified with terrorism.” New York Times — May 20 2012 “The Myth surrounding Libya and Megrahi now […]

20 May 19

For starters it told us that Craig Levein would have won a Scottish Management ‘Tinker of The Year’ award had there been one. At Parkhead yesterday he beat Neil Lennon 9 – 7 on the number of changes to his team’s previous line-up but let’s face it, that’s par for the course for the Hearts […]

20 May 19

It’s The 11th hour In IRAN Getting Nukes! @RealDonaldTrump Says not On His Watch! Do You Support Conflict If Needed?

Trump vows to not let Iran get nukes; Buttigieg makes his 2020 case at Fox News town hall

Trump vows to not let Iran get nukes, takes on Biden and Buttigieg in Fox News interview
President Trump vowed, in a wide-ranging interview with Fox News, not to let Iran get nuclear weapons – but reiterated his reluctance to go to war. “I will not let Iran have nuclear See More weapons,” he told Steve Hilton, host of “The Next Revolution.” “I don’t want to fight. But you do have situations like Iran, you can’t let them have nuclear weapons — you just can’t let that happen.” Earlier Sunday, the president tweeted that a war would result in “the official end of Iran” and warned the nation to “[n]ever threaten the United States again!” Trump tweeted hours after a rocket landed less than a mile from the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad’s heavily fortified Green Zone, the first such attack since September.

Tensions between the U.S. and Iran have risen in recent weeks after the Trump administration ordered warships and bombers to the Middle East earlier this month to counter threatened attacks against U.S. interests by Iran or Iranian-backed forces. During his interview, the president also addressed the rising challenge 2020 presidential candidate, South Bend, Ind. Mayor Pete Buttigieg and 2020 Democratic frontrunner Joe Biden’s questionable ties to China and role in the Iran nuclear deal Trump withdrew from last year.

Buttigieg defends appearance on Fox News town hall
Insurgent Democrat presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg acknowledged at the Fox News town hall in Claremont, N.H. Sunday evening that he needs to do more to appeal to “black and brown” voters, even as he parried a series of policy questions — and, on several occasions, went directly after President Trump.

Buttigieg argued that minority voters are “skeptical of people who seem to come out of nowhere,” after moderator Chris Wallace noted that he was polling at one-percent support among nonwhite primary voters according to a recent Fox News poll. Buttigieg also took on the controversial newly passed pro-life legislation passed in Alabama, as well as similar bills making their way through other state legislatures, Trump’s tweets, tax hike proposals and explained his decision, as a Democrat, to appear on a Fox News town hall.

Jimmy Carter – kingmaker, once again
Jimmy Carter appears to again be a kingmaker in the race for the White House. At least three Democratic presidential hopefulshave ventured to the tiny town of Plains, Ga., to meet with Carter, 94, and his wife, Rosalynn,91. Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar, New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker and Mayor Pete Buttigieg of South Bend, Indiana, have visited with the Carters and attended the former president’s Sunday School lesson in Plains. It’s quite a turnabout for a man who largely receded from party politics after his presidency, often without being missed by his party’s leaders in Washington, where he was an outsider even as a White House resident.

Sweden calls for Assange’s detention over alleged rape
A top Swedish prosecutor on Monday formally asked that WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange be detained in absentia over the alleged rape of a woman in her home nearly a decade ago, reports said. The move was seen as the first step in his possible extradition from Britain. The Australian also faces a U.S. extradition warrant for allegedly conspiring to hack into a Pentagon computer.

A merciful ‘Terminator’
Arnold Schwarzenegger announced Sunday that he won’t press charges against the man accused of assaulting him over the weekend. “A lot of you have asked, but I’m not pressing charges,” the 71-year-old “Terminator” star tweeted. “I hope this was a wake-up call, and he gets his life on the right track. But I’m moving on and I’d rather focus on the thousands of great athletes I met at @ArnoldSports Africa.” On Saturday, a video went viral of the former Republican governor of California at an Arnold Classic Africa event in Johannesburg, South Africa, when a man rushed and dropkicked Schwarzenegger from behind.

‘Game of Thrones’ comes to an end – and fans dump on the finale
The much-anticipated series finale of “Game of Thrones” aired on HBO on Sunday and many “GoT” fans were not impressed. Without giving up spoilers (that’s a warning), some fans unhappy with who ultimately wound up on the Iron Throne. Other fans online have called the finale the “worst episode of the entire series.” Some are grouping end of “Thrones” with “The Sopranos” and “Lost” as among the worst TV finales of all time. It looks like a petition demanding that HBO remake the final season “with competent writers” will likely get many, many more signatures.

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20 May 19
Niki Malherbe

  Deadlines loom but it’s impossible for me to move on until I can empty my mind onto the paper (or here onto the laptop). I hope to contain it all in a vaguely coherent way that will be readable to you, Dearest Reader, but you know what? Part of me doesn’t mind as much- […]