The Dictator Dating Game

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by John Feffer Voiceover: Here’s the star of the show and your host, Steve Bannon! Applause. Steve Bannon: Thank you! It’s great to be back in the limelight. And welcome once again to the Dictator Dating Game. It’s time to… Continue Reading  

Iran Deal As a Question of European Sovereignty

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by Eldar Mamedov As President Donald Trump was celebrating his four-point declaration of intentions on the “denuclearization of the Korean peninsula” with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in Singapore, EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini was addressing the European… Continue Reading  

Dear White People

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by John Feffer In 2012, Roseanne Barr ran for president. The actress/comedian received the nomination of California’s feminist-socialist Peace and Freedom Party. She chose Cindy Sheehan, the anti-war activist, as her running mate. Barr took strong positions on environmental sustainability.… Continue Reading  

Alt-Right Down But Not Out

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by Juliette Legendre On March 5, the prominent white nationalist Richard Spencer was scheduled to speak at Michigan State University. The event quickly turned into a bust when only about three dozen people made it inside the building — while… Continue Reading  

Personal Information, Government, and the Not-So-Private Sector

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by Paul R. Pillar Though fully justified, the sudden attention paid to the exploitation, including for political purposes, of information on millions of Facebook users in ways that ought to make those users uncomfortable—and to how Facebook does not seem… Continue Reading