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Murder in the SunMorgue
by Denis O'Brien, PhD

Who killed hundreds of Syrian children in Ghouta, Aug21|2013?

How, and why?

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May 16, 2016

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Over a billion sold,
 approximately


 "Jap" is a perfectly good tag for Japanese 
It's a freaking abbreviation, dude.

       

Gormless Republican congressman Peter King may not see eye-to-eye with his fellow prick-pol from the Queens, Donald Trump, but they both float in the same Yisrael-first sewer, IMO. But however much disdain I have for King, I didn't really get any pleasure in him taking a beating last week when he rattled the cage of the PC police for using the tag "Japs" on Morning Joe.  One American-Chinese PC cop, Christopher Kang, who worked in the Obama administration, referred to "Japs" as "corrosive and divisive . . . clearly unacceptable." Another Democrat American-Chinese PC cop, Rep. Judy Chu (CA), called "Jap" a "disgusting" word. Sounds like the folks of Chinese descent have a problem with "Jap." I haven't seen any grumbles from actual Japs or American-Japs so far.

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May14|16

News (that) Bites from Around the World

Logophere's Top 10 under-reported news stories for
the week of May 8-14, 2016

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May13|16

     80,000 FBI pages on the Sarasota Saudis, 
and a few loose questions

If a name like al-Hiijjii doesn't make a bunch of 
Floridians suspicious post 9/11, nothing will 
 

  

Shane Harris'  May11 The Daily Beast article about the Saudi al-Hiijjii (seriously) family who fled the US shortly before 9/11 is exceptionally well written and worth the read. But there are some gaps in the story that should have been at least mentioned, if not filled in. I just want to focus on a few of those gaps.

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May07|16  

 News (that) Bites from Around the World

Logophere's Top 10 under-reported news stories for
the week of May 1-7, 2016

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May06|16

Dedric Colvin, 8th grader gunned down 
by Baltimore cops -- why the cops 
got this one right.  Maybe. 


GoY's shoot-only-to-kill technique is not the only option  

 

Late last month a cop in plain clothes, Thomas Smith, gunned down a 14 yo 8th grader named Dedric Colvin adjacent a basketball court near the center of Baltimore. The kid was carrying a basketball in one hand and a Daisy Powerline 340 BB gun in the other. Dedrick survived, taking a shot to the leg and to the shoulder.

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Last Month's Posts


 

 

 

Apr30|2016

 News (that) Bites From Around the World

Logophere's Top Ten under-reported news stories for 
the week of April 24-30, 2016

 

 

 


Apr27|2016

Why Hillary's 5-state blow-out doesn't mean a thing  
And why May 2016 will be the wildest month, 
politically speaking, since Bobby Kennedy was shot

Somebody is just not getting it.   

/snip/

For the moment I am still calling the general election as John Kasich v. Joe Biden.  However, I'm getting a little bit antsy on the Kasich part, what with the way Trump is hoovering up delegates and inching toward the majority threshold needed to secure a first-vote victory in Cleveland.  But I'm still strong on Biden waltzing in out of the wings, grabbing a post-Hillary nomination, and dancing off to the general election, likely with Yisrael-firster Liz Warren on this arm as the VP candidate.

Apr23|2016

  News (that) Bites From Around the World

Logophere's Top Ten under-reported news stories for the week of 
April 17-23, 2016

 

 

Apr06|2016

News (that) Bites From Around the World

1. Courageous San Antonio cop, Joshua Kehm, face-slams 12-yo girl into a brick walkway, gets paid vacation

2. The Guardian publishing BS about American library cards

3. Some mothers are too stupid to be mothers 

 

 


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