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What the world could lose in America's presidential election

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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In my encounters with him, Donald Trump was hardly boring

Fred Hiatt, in his Aug.15 op-ed, The final insult: Trump is a bore , opined forcefully and negatively about the personality of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump. Anyone who has spent even a few minutes with Mr.Trump would not call him ...
 Washington Post1 month ago The final insult: Trump is a bore  Gulf News1 month ago Could things get any worse for the GOP? Trump's campaign shake-up says yes.  Washington Post1 month ago The final insult: Donald Trump is a bore  Washington Post1 month ago

Obama's Warren Buffett foreign policy

In his August 1 column, A US retreat that feeds on itself, Fred Hiatt rehearsed many of the familiar critiques of US President Barack Obama's foreign policy, suggesting that if only the United States had kept substantial troops in Iraq, put forces ...
 Gulf News1 month ago Reinvent democracy through referendums  Washington Post1 month ago Think of Obama as a Foreign-Policy Version of Warren Buffett  German Marshall Fund1 month ago
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A soliloquy on Syria

By , In his final appearance before the U.N. General Assembly a few days ago, President Obama didn't have much to say about the civil war between Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad and his enemies. There's no ultimate military victory to be won, ...
 Washington Post7 hours ago

They lied about Iraq and Libya: Do you trust them now about Russia?

The Economist A British parliamentary inquiry into the Libyan fiasco has reported what should have been apparent from the start in 2011 - and was to some of us - that the West's military intervention to "protect" civilians in Benghazi was a ...
 Sott.net1 week ago Getting Fooled on Iraq, Libya, Now Russia  Common Dreams1 week ago

Pop, Rock, Folk and Jazz: Fall Arts Music Preview 2016

Pet Shop Boys — Photo: Joseph Sinclair Some of pop's biggest acts will pass through town this season — and there are plenty of deserving alternatives if you can't score tickets to Adele at the Verizon Center or Green Day at the 9:30 Club.
 Metro Weekly1 week ago

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.net1 week ago

In the year of the outsider, one senator's experience is actually helping him

By , TERRACE PARK, Ohio Sen. Rob Portman probably will win a second term, despite the fact that he deserves to. The swarm of young people who gathered on a Saturday morning in this Cincinnati suburb to feast on doughnuts and his gratitude are ...
 Washington Post2 weeks ago

Article: HC's Rock Rewind - August 15 - 28

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 Central4 weeks ago
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Can progress on climate change keep up with its quickening pace?

By Tom Steyer, Tom Steyer is founder of the advocacy group NextGen Climate. July was the hottest month in recorded history, by a lot, and August isn't looking any better. So how do we interpret that? What does it mean? Im no scientist. In my ...
 Washington Post4 weeks ago
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