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The Republican Party Falls Apart, the Democrats Get Stuck

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Affirming the Normative Imagination (up to a point!)

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The Siamese Twins

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Exposing Israel’s Self-indictments in Gaza Protests

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Trump, North Korea, and Iran

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King Donald

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International Quds Day

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Are You Brainwashed?

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Separation, Not Association, Requires Force

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Oval Office Apprentice

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Modern democratic states have no business with religion

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4 Ways to Become an Authority on Your Chosen Niche

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Gaza Holocaust

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Pence’s Hypocritical Speech to the OAS

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‘Sympathy is not enough…’

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New Anthony Lawson's Film (video)

Summary: Recently, political pressure has been brought to bear against a trades unionist for attempting to express his views about the events of 9/11, on Australia's publicly funded broadcaster, the ABC. This video redresses the balance, and makes it clear that Australia's prime minister is either ignorant, beyond belief, or she is putting the interests of nuclear, Apartheid Israel ahead of Australia's.


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