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RT: ‘US spends millions on overseas propaganda, but no one is buying it’

Published time: February 26, 2015 12:24

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry. (Reuters/Joshua Roberts)r

Despite the US’ bottomless PR budget to influence overseas, people are not attracted by what’s on offer as they are tired of US interventionism, exceptionalism, and the bombing of their countries, Daniel McAdams of the Ron Paul Institute told RT. 755 more words


#StreetLaw 3: Aliens and Human Rights

…or when I realised even kids hate lawyers!

For our third lesson we thought we’d be a bit more adventurous that we had one before and not use just worksheets and pens, but strips of paper with human rights (mostly according to the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child) which the groups can move about themselves. 1,098 more words


Is offending people a human right?

To have the freedom of speech essentially means that you can express yourself however you want, whether or not it will offend someone. Following recent events, there has been a lot of talk about if freedom of speech gives everyone a right to offend, to say as you please and not think too much about the consequences or how someone might feel about it. 656 more words


Group: PH still ranks low in press freedom

13 February 2015 / By Jigger J. Jerusalem

THE continuing impunity and the unabated media killings in the country are still the main reasons the Philippines has ranked low in a worldwide survey on press freedom, a media group leader said Friday. 400 more words

Media Pluralism

Hugh Grant: The Edge Of Reason

Hugh Grant probably wishes he stayed in bed this morning, instead of bungling a Today programme outing in which he openly admitted to being a puppet for Evan Harris and his Hacked Off cronies.  301 more words

Guido Fawkes

Irreverence and Respect: The Clash of Believers and Non-believers in the West

The January 7 shootings that killed 12 workers at a French newspaper are, by now, old news. The act was shocking and furor ignited anti-Islamic sentiment that has been simmering on the surface of French – and European and Western – culture for nigh on a decade, if not longer now. 1,423 more words