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Trump’s McMasterpiece, Meet the new National Security Adviser, There is a lot to like

Nicholas Grossman, President Trump announced that H. R. McMaster will be his new National Security Adviser, replacing Michael Flynn. Removing Flynn was already addition by subtraction, and adding one of the military’s foremost intellectuals will strengthen the administration’s foreign policy team. But how much influence McMaster will have remains to be seen. To counterinsurgency wonks

Why India’s Counter-terror Partner Saudi Arabia Deported 40,000 Pakistanis in 4 Months

Economic Times of India, Deportations were attributed to visa violations, crime and security concerns linking the deportees to terror organizations. Saudi Arabia has deported almost 40,000 Pakistanis in the last four months on grounds of security, reflecting hardening stance towards its traditional ally. A leading Saudi paper, Saudi Gazette, reported last week that over 39,000

Censorship, Monopolistic Abuse And Social Media’s Human Rights Potential #GabFam

William Craddick, DisobedientMedia.com Gab CCO Utsav Sanduja On Censorship, Monopolistic Abuse And Social Media’s Human Rights Potential. #SpeakFreely We’re no longer living in the 1990’s and the age of computer science major-driven startups which various entrepreneurs grew out of their garages to become transnational conglomerates. Tech groups now permeate every aspect of our lives. Their products

Times Journo Calls for Assassination of President Trump

Donna Rachel Edmunds, Times columnist and author India Knight has called for the assassination of U.S. President, Donald J. Trump. During a days-long invective against the newly inaugurated President, on Twitter in which Knight called Mr Trump a “moron”, “mad”, “needy”, and an “arse”, among other things, before telling him to “shut up”, she mused

Revelers say goodbye to a year of conflicts, deadly violence #HappyNewYear

As 2016 draws to a close, revelers around the world are bidding a weary adieu to a year filled with political surprises, prolonged conflicts, deadly attacks at gatherings and deaths of legendary celebrities. Here’s a look at how people are ushering in the new year: ___ AUSTRALIA Sydney sent up a dazzling tribute to 2016’s

NYPD to allow Sikh officers to wear turbans and beards while on duty

In a gesture of goodwill to the city’s burgeoning Sikh population, the New York City Police Department will soon allow officers who are members of the religion to wear blue turbans and beards while on duty. The announcement was made by NYPD Commissioner James O’Neill on Wednesday shortly after the police academy’s graduation ceremony at Madison

U.S. Colleges Fear Drop in Overseas Student Applications

Overseas students bring in a huge amount of funding to U.S. colleges. Without them, many colleges would struggle to balance the books. Because of this, any indication that overseas student numbers could fall sharply is a cause for concern, but this is exactly what’s happening. Now is the time when many top U.S. colleges make

The Choice, Not An Echo

Andy Schlafly, In the last days of the presidential campaign, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump held a series of last-minute rallies in the battleground states. The huge differences between those events reveal the stark differences between the two candidates who seek our nation’s highest office. Since Hillary can’t draw a large crowd on her own,