Archive for June, 2018

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The Supreme Court’s Groundbreaking Privacy Victory for the Digital Age
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FASCISM is not in any way an exaggeration.

Murderous spooks drive journalism project to WikiLeaks

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Suppressed Study: The EPA Underestimated Dangers of Widespread Chemicals

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Renowned snake-oil salesman and Trump cheerleader, Alex Jones, has been the leader of a resurgent fascism. Trump loves him and his little media fiefdom. Brainwashed reich-wingers, the uneducated strand, repeat his lies routinely.

I’ve been trolling Jones’ Facebook page since 2016, keeping track of the myriad false conspiracy theories, daily libels and slanders. I reminded his drooling hordes how Jones’ lawyer admitted in court that he’s a “performance artist,” not a journalist. His own editor, Kurt Nimmo, accused Jones of playing the racist card for profit.

Well, the Nazi-level negativity over there has worn me down. I want to go a day without seeing Alex fucking Jones, his British butt boy Paul Joseph Watson, or the gaggle of little sniveling Hitler Youth he’s grooming to become the next Junior Goebbels.

It’s a sick, demented little world of fake Christian gun nut assholes who are impervious to facts and logic. Fuck them all.

I can’t be bothered hounding him anymore. Words are useless. They need to be removed from power.

I have a life to live. America will have to step up, or not.

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Exclusive: US officials likely lost track of nearly 6,000 unaccompanied migrant kids

The Trump administration has likely lost track of nearly 6,000 unaccompanied migrant children, thousands more than lawmakers were alerted to last month, according to a McClatchy review of federal data.

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Sessions’ fellow Methodists file church charges claiming ‘child abuse, immorality’ against immigrants

More than 600 United Methodist clergy and church members are bringing church law charges against U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions, a fellow United Methodist, over a zero tolerance U.S. immigration policy that includes separating children from parents apprehended for crossing into the U.S. illegally, according to the United Methodist News Service.