‘Executed by firing squad’: video shows police firing a dozen shots at man
Cellphone footage sparks outrage days after six California officers fired at Willie McCoy, who had been asleep in his car
The Greensboro Sit-In Protests, Explained Teen Vogue
Two senior Venezuelan officials who were not authorized to discuss the meetings publicly said the two encounters between Abrams and Foreign Minister Jorge Arreaza came at the request of the U.S. The first one on Jan. 26 they described as hostile, with the U.S. envoy threatening Venezuela with the deployment of troops and chastising the Venezuelan government for allegedly being in league with Cuba, Russia and Hezbollah.
The Tienditas Bridge “blockade”
Or how to turn an unopened bridge into an international news story to build support for your coup
US Media Trying to Drum up a New ‘Cold War’ Counterpunch
Ukraine: NATO in the Constitution Manlio Dinucci
What Ilhan Omar Said About AIPAC Was Right
I’m ashamed to admit that endorsing AIPAC positions was all about the Benjamins for me and my candidate.
Harry Belafonte (!!!) stands with Ilhan. Do you?
Upload your photo in solidarity http://istandwithilhan.org
A billion-dollar empire made of mobile homes Washington Post
Is the Opioid Overdose Crisis a Story of Supply or Demand? Depends Where You Look Institute for New Economic Thinking
Blockchain and Trust Schneier on Security
Much has been written about blockchains and how they displace, reshape, or eliminate trust. But when you analyze both blockchain and trust, you quickly realize that there is much more hype than value. Blockchain solutions are often much worse than what they replace.
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