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Texas Lt. Gov Dewhurst: We Shut Down The Border Ourselves
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  In an interview with Breitbart’s Brandon Darby, Texas Lt. Governor David Dewhurst discussed a mission by the state of Texas at the border to halted illegal immigration, smuggling and human trafficking along the Rio Grande River along the U.S. Mexico border. While the interview is an exclusive, most of the content hearkens to recent […]

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Victorious Over Apartheid, Defeated by Neoliberalism by Jonathan Cook
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No one, not even a Mandela, can change things by him or herself. There are no Messiahs on their way, but there are many false gods designed to keep us pacified, divided and weak

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The Mandela Years in Power by Patrick Bond
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The death of Nelson Mandela, at age 95 on 5 December 2013, brings genuine sadness. As his health deteriorated, many asked: how did he change South Africa?

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Tehelka, Jhatka and now Tamasha by Satya Sivaraman
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Eight years ago I remember listening to Tarun Tejpal in Bangalore as he held forth on how the news media could change the world for the better.

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FBI’s search for ‘Mo,’ suspect in bomb threats, highlights use of malware for surveillance
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The FBI team works much like other hackers, using security weaknesses in computer programs to gain control of users’ machines. The most common delivery mechanism, say people familiar with the technology, is a simple phishing attack — a link slipped into an e-mail, typically labeled in a misleading way.

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U.S. Military Changes Drone Rules To Make Targeting Of Civilians Easier
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The Pentagon has loosened its guidelines on avoiding civilian casualties during drone strikes, modifying instructions from requiring military personnel to “ensure” civilians are not targeted to encouraging service members to “avoid targeting” civilians.

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