A Voice for Ambassador Chris Stevens – Part Two

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Lydie Denier

 

Part Two of Lydie Denier’s article detailing the tragic death of Ambassador Christopher Stevens and the Politics surrounding it. Part One can be found here.

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Human Trafficking: Modern Day Slavery in Your Community

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Cynthia M. Lardner

The young lady doing your manicure, the young boy picking blueberries, your neighbor’s housekeeping, the hotel maid, the man harvesting grapes, the young man delivering flyers to your house, and the worker at the dry cleaners all have something in common:  they are the victims of human trafficking.

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Observations of an Expat: Megaphone Politics of the Deaf

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Tom Arms

I call it megaphone politics of the deaf. Its methodology is quite simple: Opposing sides, shout at each other without listening to a word that the other is saying. They accompany their bellowing with a host of gross exaggerations, outright lies and sometimes physical brawling.

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RSS – The Only Original Indian Organization Behind India’s Hinduist Nationalist Face and Reigning Government

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Ratnesh Dwivedi

RSS – Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh initiated movements be they social-reformist or anti-secessionist – evoke a ready response and approbation from the common multitudes as well as from vast numbers of the elite of different shades.

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