Tuesday, 30 August 2016
Capitalism’s Forgotten Soldiers
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by Saurabh Jha (September 2016)

 
 
 
by J.D. Vance
Harper (June 28, 2016)
272 pages

 

 

 

One is never too old or too young to write a memoir. J.D. Vance’s memoir about growing up in a working class white American family is aptly timed for this year’s presidential elections, and explains the support for Donald J. Trump in a constituency which feels disempowered and frustrated about the future.  more>>>

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Posted on 08/30/2016 1:24 PM by NER
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Tuesday, 30 August 2016
Lin-Manuel, Meet William Carlos
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by J.A. Marzán (September 2016)


William Carlos Williams

This year, in which Lin-Manuel Miranda won the Pulitzer Prize and his musical Hamilton 11 Tonys, is also the eve of the centennial of Al Que Quiere (1917), the first important poetry book by William Carlos Williams, who in 1963 was posthumously awarded the Pulitzer for Pictures from Breughal and Other Poems (1962).  more>>>

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Posted on 08/30/2016 1:13 PM by NER
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Tuesday, 30 August 2016
Goodbye To Barcelona
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by Samuel Hux (September 2016)

I never actually met Robert Graves. He lived in Deyá and I in Puerto de Andraitx, but I was too shy to just look him up.  more>>>

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Posted on 08/30/2016 1:07 PM by NER
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Tuesday, 30 August 2016
The Construction of Chastity in Shakespeare’s Pericles, Prince of Tyre
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by David P. Gontar (September 2016)

ABSTRACT

In her reading of Pericles, Prince of Tyre, Marjorie Garber traces an entertaining trajectory from incest to romance, maturity, and sexual alterity in which the troubling consanguineous detour is closed with finality.  more>>>

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Posted on 08/30/2016 1:02 PM by NER
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Tuesday, 30 August 2016
Preconditions for Slaughter in America
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by Richard Kostelanetz (September 2016)

“Guns kill people” is a common lie, unless you can fantasize that a gun all by itself gets off a shelf and fires away. Think, please think.  more>>>

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Posted on 08/30/2016 12:56 PM by NER
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Tuesday, 30 August 2016
The Rio Olympic Games and Brazilian Participation in World War II
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The Smoking Snakes

by Norman Berdichevsky (September 2016)

The run-up to the Olympic Games in Rio was accompanied by numerous reports in the world press that were largely negative and highlighted Brazil’s unpreparedness, disorganization and problems of health, crime, sanitation, hygiene and a lack of enthusiasm on the part of many Brazilians, especially the poor slum dwellers in Rio’s favelas.  more>>>

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Posted on 08/30/2016 12:47 PM by NER
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Tuesday, 30 August 2016
The Protocols of Soros
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by Richard Butrick (September 2016)

George Soros began his philanthropic activities when he established the Open Society Foundation in 1984. The foundation funds a range of global initiatives “to advance justice, education, public health, business development and independent media.”  more>>>

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Posted on 08/30/2016 12:00 PM by NER
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Tuesday, 30 August 2016
A Mirabilary Of The Passing Parade: Homo Gnosticus (Part II)
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Us vs Them

by Cynicus Americanus (September 2016)

A Mirabilary

Signs And Wonders of The Devolution Of Man And The Decline Of Western Civilization In The Time Of Obama In The Age Of the Gnostics In A Republic of Dunces, A Federation of Twits, An Accomodation Of DumbAsses.  more>>>

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Posted on 08/30/2016 11:53 AM by NER
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Tuesday, 30 August 2016
EU Moves Toward Authoritarianism
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by Lorna Salzman (September 2016)

On May 31st of this year the EU Commission issued a press release, the first part of which follows and which contains a major contradiction in that it takes a token position in favor of free discourse, but nonetheless expresses an intent to censor the media and the internet.  more>>>

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Posted on 08/30/2016 11:46 AM by NER
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Tuesday, 30 August 2016
Jihad Attack on a Little French Church
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by Nidra Poller (September 2016)

The following is a blow by blow account of the murder of Father Jacques Hamel as I reported from France at the time:  more>>>

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Posted on 08/30/2016 11:40 AM by NER
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Tuesday, 30 August 2016
Britain and Islamic Extremists
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by Michael Curtis (September 2016)

 

The official attitude, political and legal, of Britain to Islamic terrorists, jihadists and their supporters has and continues to be ambivalent. It used to be indecisive: now it’s not so sure. If not imitating the action of the tiger, British policy needs a stiffening of the sinews.  more>>>

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Posted on 08/30/2016 11:35 AM by NER
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Tuesday, 30 August 2016
Obama, Hillary and The New York Times Versus Donald Trump
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Who Are the Dictators Around Here?

by Steve Hecht (September 2016)


Secretary of State Hillary Clinton with Guatemala's Attorney General, Claudia Paz y Paz, during an official visit to Guatemala, June 2011. Paz y Paz was the only Guatemalan official with whom Clinton posed for a photo.

An English music critic, using all the pleasant contempt to which his station entitled him, once wrote of an Italian tenor in Carmen that the singer’s French pronunciation “has to be heard to be believed.”  more>>>

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Posted on 08/30/2016 11:31 AM by NER
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Tuesday, 30 August 2016
Pussy Politics
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by G. Murphy Donovan (September 2016)


“I don’t like losers.” – Donald Trump

All we know about Donald Trump's policy is what he says, not what he has done or will do. Trump has no policy track record. He has never held office. Intimations of what he might do are often vague too. Yet, beneath the rhetorical bluster, a few broad reality strokes are evident.  more>>>

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Posted on 08/30/2016 11:23 AM by NER
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Tuesday, 30 August 2016
Donald Trump’s Vision for US Foreign Policy: What does ‘America First’ mean?
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by Jesse Sandoval (September 2016)

Rather than characterized as a poorly conceived recalibration of American foreign policy bordering on strategic recklessness, Donald J. Trump’s foreign policy statements represent a very consistent and coherent view on America’s interests overseas.  more>>>

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Posted on 08/30/2016 11:17 AM by NER
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Tuesday, 30 August 2016
Balkan Jihad
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Political Amnesia and Foreign Policy Autism

by G. Murphy Donovan (September 2016)


“History teaches us that we learn nothing from history.” – Hegel  

Foreign policy is often a little like ice fishing. If you pick the wrong companions, the wrong spot, or the wrong time of year, the results can be catastrophic. When the ice gives way, fish in the creel become irrelevant.  more>>>

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Posted on 08/30/2016 11:13 AM by NER
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