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Random Note — Julian Assange and recent journalism history

With the moves by the United States to extradite Julian Assange from Britain to the US, the question that should be raised is, did Assange leak or did he publish? It’s an important and crucial point of difference. The leak of the Pentagon Papers by Daniel Elsberg in...

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Random Note — The coronavirus, some perspective

The Coronavirus epidemic is a real life lesson for the striking climate school kids and their infantilised adult enablers and manipulators who embarrass themselves while behaving  like giddy and hysterical  school girls cringingly  worshipping at the altar of St...

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Random Note — The rise and rise of Bernie Sanders and why

Right across the Western world, socialism is getting a second look, particularly by those that have no sense of history or that have been thoroughly dumbed down, brainwashed and indoctrinated by tenured radicals embedded in the university and education system and the likes of GetUp and the Greens.

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Random Note — Kimberley Strassel, Wall Street Journal

Watching this interview with Kimberly Strassel of The Wall Street Journal about her book, ‘Resistance At All costs: How Trump Haters Are Breaking America’ and on the occasion last week of the 75th anniversary of the liberation of the concentration camp at Auschwitz,...

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Random Note — Impeachment

From the very beginning the entire process of impeachment has itself, been illegitimate because the process of impeachment is set in motion by a joint vote on the floor of the house. This was never done. In this case and for the first time ever it was a simple, capricious and unilateral decision by fiat of the speaker of the house to set the wheels of impeachment rolling.

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