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Political False Dichotomies

A false dilemma, or false dichotomy, is a logical fallacy which involves presenting two opposing views, options or outcomes in such a way that they seem to be the only possibilities: that is, if one is true, the other must be false, or, more typically, if you do not accept one then the other must be accepted.

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Humanitarians for War on Syria

AVAAZ, “White Helmets”, HRW, PHR, Amnesty & More

By RICK STERLING | CounterPunch | March 31, 2015

A massive campaign in support of foreign intervention against Syria is underway.

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Open Course: Business in a Political Age

The George Washington University Graduate School of Political Management is offering an open course (a so-called MOOC) entitled Business in a Political Age taught by its leader, The Hon. 529 more words


Home is wherever I'm with you

I’ve been in Texas two months now and once again I’m making a home in an unfamiliar place. I’ve got an apartment, a job, and I’m making new acquaintances. 462 more words


New World Order: Jade Helm 15 Whistleblower L Anderson Interviewed

From the Youtube description: In this episode, Pete invites investigative journalist Lorri Anderson to the show to discuss her indisputable documentation that the military “exercise” is actually in progress as a psy-op. 70 more words


Barbara Kay: People thought Obama would heal America's bitter racial divide. It's gotten worse

With Barack Obama’s tenure as U.S. president grinding to its definitive end, it’s clear the chasm between the Messiah-like figure he sold himself as in 2008 and the only-too-flawed mortal we see today will not close. 825 more words

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