É com grande entusiasmo que anunciamos que o escritor J.P. Cuenca agora faz parte da equipe The Intercept Brasil. Cuenca deixa a Folha de S.Paulo, onde mantinha uma coluna, e passa a escrever às quintas no nosso site. J.P. começou a escrever crônicas para jornais brasileiros em 2003.
From a CNN report on why the Iraqi Government rejected the Obama administration's conditions for keeping U.S. troops in Iraq beyond the 2011 deadline: U.S. Defense Secretary Leon Panetta and other top brass have repeatedly said any deal to keep U.S. troops in Iraq beyond the withdrawal deadline would require a guarantee of legal protection for American soldiers.
The day has finally arrived. The two most disliked presidential candidates in the history of America face off mano a (wo)mano in a 90-minute, pee-break-barred grudge match of the politically-correct corrupt establishmentarian against the deplorable status-quo-wrecker. With the polls tied up, there's everything to play for as a record audience tunes in to see who will screw up first...
Authored by Michael Lebowitz via 720Global.com, It has been eight years since the great financial crisis of 2008, and the Federal Reserve (Fed) is still maintaining an unprecedented level of accommodation in monetary policy. The Federal Funds rate has been pinned at or near zero since 2008.
The Elite have invested billions of dollars over a period of 60 years to create a population of semi-conscious happy consumers in the US (and are attempting to do so globally). The form changes from time to time, but the essence is the same: don't mess with the status quo.
Fresh proof the FBI's Hillary email probe was a joke ... Yet another surprise revelation suggests strongly that the FBI's probe of Hillary Clinton's e-mail mess was anything but a by-the-book investigation. House Oversight Committee Chairman Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah) said he learned only Friday that the Justice Department gave immunity deals to Clinton's former chief of staff, Cheryl Mills, and two other aides.
Throughout Obama's presidency, his vetoes have always survived Congressional challenges. That his first might be a bill about Saudi Arabia reflects waning Saudi influence in lobbying Congress to get their way, and what would likely have once been a very safe veto is now at serious risk.
Ever wondered just what happens when the immovable object of safe-space-demanding social justice warriors collides with the irresistible force of free-speech-seeking American students? Wonder no longer... On Thursday night protestors at Kansas University (KU) hijacked a Young Americans for Freedom (YAF) meeting, reportedly unleashing a virulent tirade against the conservative students, providing a glimpse into the crazy arguments of the far Left.
Muck Rack makes it simple to find people, tweets, or articles that mention any name, keyword, company, hashtag etc. We've compiled this guide to help you make the most of your search.
Selecting a term
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