News from Airstrip One. Trans-prisoners

Sorry all, that I was late with the Reader’s Links post for today. Its up now. Look below.

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Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

9 Replies to “News from Airstrip One. Trans-prisoners”

  1. Democratic socialism surging in the age of Trump

    PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — A week ago, Maine Democrat Zak Ringelstein wasn’t quite ready to consider himself a member of the Democratic Socialists of America, even if he appreciated the organization’s values and endorsement in his bid to become a U.S. senator.

    Three days later, he told The Associated Press it was time to join up. He’s now the only major-party Senate candidate in the nation to be a dues-paying democratic socialist.

  2. Iran’s Rouhani warns Trump about ‘mother of all wars

    DUBAI (Reuters) – Iranian President Hassan Rouhani on Sunday cautioned U.S. President Donald Trump about pursuing hostile policies against Tehran, saying “America should know … war with Iran is the mother of all wars,” but he did not rule out peace between the two countries, either.

    Iran faces increased U.S. pressure and looming sanctions after Trump’s decision to withdraw the United States from a 2015 international deal over Iran’s nuclear program.

    Addressing a gathering of Iranian diplomats, Rouhani said: “Mr Trump, don’t play with the lion’s tail, this would only lead to regret,” the state new agency IRNA reported.

    “America should know that peace with Iran is the mother of all peace, and war with Iran is the mother of all wars,” Rouhani said, leaving open the possibility of peace between the two countries which have been at odds since the 1979 Islamic Revolution.

    “You are not in a position to incite the Iranian nation against Iran’s security and interests,” Rouhani said, in an apparent reference to reported efforts by Washington to destabilize Iran’s Islamic government.

  3. The super rich boost political giving ahead of November’s tough midterm elections

    WASHINGTON – Super-wealthy donors escalated their political giving this spring, led by Republicans racing to protect their party’s hold on Congress in the Nov. 6 midterm elections, a USA TODAY analysis of newly filed campaign reports shows.

    Donors who have given $1 million or more in this cycle contributed $120.1 million to super PACs in the April-to-June fundraising quarter. That’s more than twice the $58.8 million they donated during the previous three-month period.

    Republicans accounted for six out of 10 of the biggest super PAC donors in the second quarter.

    The biggest contributors: Las Vegas casino magnate Sheldon Adelson and his wife, Miriam, who gave a combined $30 million to the Congressional Leadership Fund, which is aligned with House Republican leaders.

    “Our donors are excited with the results that Congress has delivered and the thought of Nancy Pelosi becoming speaker next year is scary enough to keep them up at night,” said Corry Bliss, who runs the Congressional Leadership Fund.

  4. There are just two genders but the left wants us to think that people with mental illness are reality and that reality is just a figment of our imagination.

  5. The best is yet to come because i can see some lawyers already drewling over the lawsuit against the state for compensation its gonna runn in the millions .
    Wanna bett ? .

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