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The analysis by French philosopher Jacques Derrida of the mainstream geopolitical discourse that led to 9/11 reverberates to this day.
Weakness on terrorism and enabling Trump disparage the brave Americans who redirected flight 93 on 9/11 away from the Capitol.
The idea that the Taliban can give “general amnesty” to the Afghan population is unacceptable. Above all, the Taliban cannot be trusted.
Cautious optimism is best in regards to the future of Zambia’s democracy despite the unfolding peaceful transition of power to Hichilema.
Chris Sprowls, the GOP speaker of the Florida House, needs to review his election website especially the section called “Get To Know Chris Sprowls.”
The right to vote is so important that black Americans, disenfranchised for so long, can no longer afford fake friends and part-time allies.
Joe Manchin (D-W. Va.) is “anxious to meet” with Texas Democrats who broke quorum back home, shying away from filibuster remarks.
Money is always the problem when it comes to ethical decision making and is precisely why it has to be regulated to the point that it can’t be used to bribe.
The Republican justices on the United States Supreme Court have just ruled that Republican state legislators can discriminate against minority voters.