By Fred Hiatt The presidential election could be crucial to the future of democracy, and not just in the United States. The global impact of a Donald Trump presidency would be disastrous. But even a Hillary Clinton win won't help reverse the ... Qatar Peninsula, 3 weeks ago
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Gutter journalism: Washington Post mocks conspiracy theories - while creating their own about Killary being 'poisoned'
Bennet Omalu, the pathologist who is saying that Hillary Clinton may have been poisoned but went short of saying it was polonium. The Washington Post makes fun of the spouting of conspiracy theories over Hillary Clinton's health. "Hehehe - just ...Sott.net, 1 week ago
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HC's Rock Rewind A look back at the past two weeks in Rock History These past two weeks in rock music were marked by a trove of memorable events. A legendary British band launched its first-ever American tour, an iconic concert TV show made its ...Harmony Central, 4 weeks ago
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