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White liberals and black careerists vigorously reject the ideal of a color-blind society.

The American racial spoils industry survives on several requisites. One, Americans must be readily identifiable as being non-white or white. Two, once non-white claimants pass the racial litmus test, they must think and speak in a particular progressive manner, in dutiful obeisance to those who set up and perpetuate the racial spoils system. And three, racialism must remain defined as a one-way bias.
This is why the termite-ridden foundations of the racial-spoils temple are crumbling, as they have dissolved earlier in our 19th- and early-20th-century past. Soon the entire rotten edifice will collapse under the weight of its own inherent contradictions and illiberal prejudices.

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America’s 60-year transformation from economic juggernaut to credit junkie

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The American dream has become the American nightmare.

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Join us or die: the birth of Boko Haram

How the tattered remnants of an Islamist sect transformed into a relentless terrorist army that Nigeria cannot defeat.

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Fast-world values: For all the smart tech, we still feel pressed for time. Are digital services the problem, or are we humans to blame?

Life in the 21st century, we are told, is faster than ever. Time is scarce, the pace of everyday life is accelerating, and everyone complains about how busy they are. High‑speed traders make millions in milliseconds, and people go speed dating where dates lasts around five minutes. Technological innovation, we hear, is dynamic, disruptive, unfolding geometrically, changing everything. But is it true? Digital technology products claim to shrink space and collapse time while also promising to save us valuable time and free us for life’s important things.

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WHY MEN ARE ABANDONING MARRIAGE

Radical feminism is teaching women to view men as the enemy. To shame them simply for being men. To pathologize masculine behavior. To immediately view their motives with suspicion. So is it any surprise that more and more men are checking out of marriage and relationships altogether and joining the Sexodus?

Why Men Are Abandoning Marriage

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The War On Savers And The Rulers Of World Finance

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Erdogan’s Foreign Policy Is in Ruins: Just a few short years ago, Turkey was heralded as one of the region's rising powers. What happened?

Erdogan’s Foreign Policy Is in Ruins

It wasn’t long ago that Turkish foreign policy was the talk of the town. Defined by the catchy phrase of “zero problems with the neighbors,” Turkey aimed to both improve relations with its neighborhood and slowly emerge as the dominant regional power. It was a classic case of enhancing soft power through democratization and economic reforms at home, coupled with shrewd diplomacy aimed at establishing Ankara as a mediator in the region’s conflicts. This policy lies in ruins today.

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World War III - The New Axis of Evil?

The Middle East. Ripe with tensions, and factions that want to decide its future - all wanting what is really their own interests.

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Is America Great? How the United States Stacks Up

If the United States is doing so well compared to its economic rivals, what accounts for the political appeal of claims that it has been a loser in global competition? The answer lies in the growing disconnect between the macro-level performance of the U.S. economy, which has been reasonably good, and the economy as it is lived by many Americans, which has been far from good.
A supporter of U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders holds a sign as she listens at a town hall at the University of Northern Iowa in Cedar Falls, Iowa January 24, 2016.

A supporter of U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders holds a sign as she listens at a town hall at the University of Northern Iowa in Cedar Falls, Iowa January 24, 2016.

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The Unreal, Eerie Emptiness of China’s ‘Ghost Cities’

“Cities and districts built without demand or necessity resulted in what some Chinese scholars have termed, literally,’walls without markets’,” says William Hurst, political science professor at Northwestern University. “Or what we might translate as uncompleted or hollow cities. Political exigency and investment hysteria trumped economic calculus or consideration of genuine human needs.”

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If You Think Europe Has a Refugee Crisis: From Lebanon to Turkey to Pakistan, a wave of migrants is straining governments and testing the fabrics of societies

Europe isn’t the front line of the world’s refugee crisis. Media reports rife with images of people trailing through Hungarian fields and crowding onto rickety Mediterranean fishing boats would have us think that it is. Yet the global reality is starkly different. The overwhelming majority of displaced people are living in countries that don’t really have the resources to host them — a trend that’s unlikely to abate and one that has ominous implications for the future.

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How do you know when your society is in the midst of collapse?

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The surest way to know if your society is in the midst of disintegration is to see if the criminals who created the instability in the first place are openly discussing a collapse scenario or warning that one is imminent. A year ago, central bankers presented little more than a chorus of recovery propaganda. Today, not so much. The Royal Bank of Scotland is now warning investors to “sell everything” ahead of a “cataclysmic” year in markets.

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All of the World’s Money and Markets in One Visualization

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How propaganda is destroying your health

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Healthcare in America is actually deathcare; and it and Big Food are nothing more than a big-dollar racket fostering unnecessary pain, suffering and death.

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Deflation + Debt = Disaster

There is one thing that history teaches us with relative clarity: The collision of deflation and debt leads to disaster.

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The debt deception: How the banks have perverted the global economy

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Much of the developed world is not built on money, whether you consider that fiat currency, metals, bitcoin, wampum. It’s built on debt.

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Putin Killed Litvinenko. So What? Britain has been cozying up to Russian money for years, and a dead spy isn’t going to change that.

The present era has been defined by financial globalization above all, and true to form, Britain has positioned itself in recent years as the global capital for capital. The city of London has become a hub for the world’s money, clean and dirty; London property is now the investment of choice for the world’s leading plutocrats and kleptocrats.

So Putin Killed Litvinenko. Carry On.

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Why the Arab Spring failed

By the time it became clear to the world that Egypt's Arab Spring had gone terribly wrong, that the seemingly Hollywood-like drama of good-guy protesters triumphing over bad-guy dictator had turned out to be something much more disappointing, the other revolutions across the Middle East had soured as well. Today, Egypt is under a new military dictatorship; Libya, Yemen, and Syria have all collapsed into civil wars. In the years since everything went so wrong, it has become fashionable to blame the naiveté of the revolutionaries or the petty incompetence of transitional leaders. The truth is that this was never a story primarily about individual heroes or villains. Rather, it was about something much bigger and more abstract: the catastrophic failure of institutions.

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Freedom House’s index of freedom in the world

Freedom by the Numbers

Freedom around the world is declining. This — for the tenth year in a row — is the conclusion of an annual report released by Freedom House, the venerable human rights and democracy organization. Freedom lost ground in 72 countries in 2015, the report somberly concludes. This is the largest such number over this gloomy ten-year period, during which the percentage of the world’s population that lives in “free” countries declined from 46 to 40 percent.

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IS THIS THE END OF EUROPE? Terrorism, Migrants, and Crippling Debt

 Europe is beset by so many crises that it can be hard to remember them all. In rough order of prominence, they are: homegrown terrorism, the largest migration of people since World War II, sovereign debt, doubts about the euro’s viability, the rise of extreme right-wing parties such as France’s National Front, Russia’s menace to its western neighbors, growing Euro-skepticism (especially in Britain, which may easily vote to leave the European Union in a forthcoming referendum), the election of hard-line governments in Central and Eastern Europe, and the Catalan independence movement. Many of these are related—the sovereign-debt crises and doubts about the euro, for example—but they have combined over the last two years into a perfect storm which, with the notable exception of Germany’s Angela Merkel, has shown Europe’s leadership to be wanting in both speed and imagination.

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