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Rappler
2015 and the Lunar Year that was: From bad to goodThis February 8th, numerous Filipino families with Chinese heritage may well be
2015 and the Lunar Year that was: From bad to good
Rappler / Posted 22 hours ago
This February 8th, numerous Filipino families with Chinese heritage may well be celebrating the arrival of the Lunar New Year [on February 8th]. It’s in with the Year of the Monkey and out with the Year of the Sheep. For other Filipino families, of... Read more
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The Jewish Press
Islam and Islamism in America in 2015: Part IIon the Upper West Side during Ramadan. Right: In January 2015, after complaints
Islam and Islamism in America in 2015: Part II
The Jewish Press / Posted 6 days ago
on the Upper West Side during Ramadan. Right: In January 2015, after complaints from Muslim students at the University of Minnesota, the university ordered that posters depicting a caricature of Mohammed be taken down. The ban was later... Read more
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Zero Hedge
The Islamization Of America In 2015, Part 2Submitted by Soeren Kern via The Gatestone Institute, The following is a chron
The Islamization Of America In 2015, Part 2
Zero Hedge / Posted 7 days ago
Submitted by Soeren Kern via The Gatestone Institute, The following is a chronological survey of some of the main stories about Islam and Islamism in America during the second quarter of 2015. Part 1 of this series can be found here. April 1.... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Kagame, His Lobbyists and HistoryPaul Kagame has long been the darling of prominent liberals such as Bill Clinto
Kagame, His Lobbyists and History
AllAfrica.com / Posted 9 days ago
Paul Kagame has long been the darling of prominent liberals such as Bill Clinton, Samantha Power and Tony Blair. But it's becoming ever more difficult to publicly back the bloodstained Rwandan dictator. After two decades in power Kagame recently had... Read more
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The Washington Times
DON FEDER: Hollywood’s anti-Trump hypocrisyI’d think it was reverse psychology, except I know they’re not that clever. A g
DON FEDER: Hollywood’s anti-Trump hypocrisy
The Washington Times / Posted 9 days ago
I’d think it was reverse psychology, except I know they’re not that clever. A group of celebrity commissars is organizing against Donald Trump. Jane Fonda, Michael Moore, Rosie O'Donnell and a cast of the usual suspects have started a “Dump Trump”... Read more
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Cincinnati CityBeat
Northern LightTanya Tagaq, the extraordinary Inuit throat singer, will provide vocal accompan
Northern Light
Cincinnati CityBeat / Posted 10 days ago
Tanya Tagaq, the extraordinary Inuit throat singer, will provide vocal accompaniment to a screening of the silent film Nanook of the North at Cincinnati’s Woodward Theater this weekend. Her unusual background and performance style need... Read more
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WSFA 12 Montgomery
The race for the White Houseundecided Iowa voters as caucus nearsClinton, Sanders woo undecided Iowa voters
The race for the White House
WSFA 12 Montgomery / Posted 11 days ago
undecided Iowa voters as caucus nearsClinton, Sanders woo undecided Iowa voters as caucus nears A week out from the lead-off Iowa caucuses, the Democratic presidential candidates will make their closing pitches Monday night at a televised forum... Read more
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FOX 8 New Orleans
The race for the White Houseevolving gender roles in politics Carly Fiorina has a husband who quit his car
The race for the White House
FOX 8 New Orleans / Posted 15 days ago
evolving gender roles in politics Carly Fiorina has a husband who quit his career to further hers. Chris Christie boasts of his wife being the family's top earner. Hillary Clinton is looking to get back into the White House, but this time... Read more
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Kelowna Capital News
Entertainment: What's OnWater St Jay Ingram, an award-winning writer and broadcaster, wants to take yo
Entertainment: What's On
Kelowna Capital News / Posted 15 days ago
Water St Jay Ingram, an award-winning writer and broadcaster, wants to take you on a scientific, yet musical, tour of the brain. Part science, part art, and part musical, The Giant Walkthrough Brain is a tour of the most complex and... Read more
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Op-Ed News
CEO of $200 million/Year Biz: Single Payer is Good For BusinessRichard Master CEO of MCS Industries, Inc. -- -- which is now the leading manuf
CEO of $200 million/Year Biz: Single Payer is Good For Business
Op-Ed News / Posted 19 days ago
Richard Master CEO of MCS Industries, Inc. -- -- which is now the leading manufacturer of picture frames and decorative mirrors in the U.S. with sales approaching $200 million. He funded, through his foundation, the movie, Fix It, which is about the... Read more
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The Tyee
Why We May Never See $100-a-Barrel Oil AgainOil barrel photo via Shutterstock. As 2015 drew to a close, many in the global
Why We May Never See $100-a-Barrel Oil Again
The Tyee / Posted 21 days ago
Oil barrel photo via Shutterstock. As 2015 drew to a close, many in the global energy industry were praying that the price of oil would bounce back from the abyss, restoring the petroleum-centric world of the past half-century. All evidence,... Read more
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The Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles
The Promised Lands exchange, part 1: On alternative plans for a Jewish stateProfessor Adam Rovner Adam Rovner is Associate Professor of English and Jewish
The Promised Lands exchange, part 1: On alternative plans for a Jewish state
The Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles / Posted 24 days ago
Professor Adam Rovner Adam Rovner is Associate Professor of English and Jewish Literature at the University of Denver. He holds an M.A. from The Hebrew University of Jerusalem and a Ph.D. from Indiana University-Bloomington. His articles, essays,... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
New biography of photographer Vivian Maier offers hope for Toronto curatorA veteran Toronto art dealer hopes to reap the benefits of a new biography that
New biography of photographer Vivian Maier offers hope for Toronto curator
The Globe and Mail / Posted 24 days ago
A veteran Toronto art dealer hopes to reap the benefits of a new biography that appears to have solved most of the mysteries surrounding the family history of Vivian Maier, the Chicago nanny whose remarkable street photographs achieved international... Read more

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