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Indian, Chinese Soldiers Clash Following Alleged Chinese "Incursion"

In what may be the first documented clash between Chinese and Indian soldiers who have been piling up across the border between the two nations, Reuters reports that "Indian and Chinese soldiers were involved in an altercation" in the western Himalayas on Tuesday, "further raising tensions between the two countries which are already locked in a two-month standoff in another part of the disputed border."

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Why We're Doomed: Our Economy's Toxic Inequality

Anyone who thinks our toxic financial system is stable is delusional. Why are we doomed? Those consuming over-amped "news" feeds may be tempted to answer the culture wars, nuclear war with North Korea or the Trump Presidency.

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Study Suggests Drugging Up Germans to Accept More Migrants

Drugging up Germans with oxytocin will help make them “friendlier” to migrants and more susceptible to open borders, a study suggested. Oxytocin, known as the “cuddle hormone” due to its generosity effects on humans, was suggested as part of a “treatment” for Germans who oppose EU migrant quotas, according to University of Bonn researchers.

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Dear America: If You Want to Stop Racism, Tear Down the Drug War—Not Statues

On Monday, protesters — reacting to the violence in Charlottesville over the weekend — brought a ladder and some rope to North Carolina and tore down a near century old statue of a Confederate soldier. Unsurprisingly, nothing changed. However, the Durham Police Department and the Durham County Sheriff’s Office announced that they will be seeking criminal charges for those involved in the destruction of the statue.

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Truman put Nukes in Guam and Gave the Order to Nuke North Korea

In 1951, the US placed nuclear weapons in Guam, and Truman gave the order to use them on North Korea. That order was not sent – literally, by accident. The reason: Truman was in the process of removing General MacArthur “because he wanted a reliable commander on the scene” in case he “decide[d] to use nuclear weapons”. … “In the confusion attendant upon General MacArthur’s removal”, “the order [to nuke North Korea] was never sent.”

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Paul Craig Roberts On Charlottesville: "Identity Politics Always Leads To Violence, Americans Won't Be Spared"

Listening to NPR this morning confirmed what I already knew. Charlottesville is being turned into another nail in President Trump’s coffin. NPR had no interest whatsoever in reporting the actual facts about what had occurred in Charlottesville. The several “interviews” with the like-minded were orchestrated to produce the desired propaganda result: It was all Trump’s fault.

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NY governor pushes 'Charlottesville Provisions' to make violent protests a hate crime

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo wants the state to prosecute violent protests against “protected classes” as a hate crime, suggesting higher criminal penalties. His so-called "Charlottesville Provisions" are a response to the violence in Virginia. Cuomo has proposed to amend the state’s hate crime laws to include rioting or incitement to riot against protected groups, according to the governor’s office.

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CONFIRMED: Ukraine will NOT SUE New York Times over alleged N. Korean deals

The State Space Agency of Ukraine (SSAU) will not sue The New York Times newspaper for its article about the possible purchase of Ukrainian-produced missile engines by North Korea, SSAU acting chairman Yuriy Radchenko told reporters on Tuesday.

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Chicago 9 : 1 Charlottesville - Weekend Death Toll Ignored By Mainstream Media

While the national corporate media focuses on white nationalists in Charlottesville and the tragic death of one person, The Burning Platform's Jim Quinn reminds readers that the southside of Chicago continues to resemble Iraq during the worst of the war.

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Illinois Senate passes measure for neo-Nazis to be classed as terrorist groups

A US state has passed a resolution calling for police to class neo-Nazi groups as terrorist organisations in the wake of the violent clashes in Charlottesville.

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Prof reveals methods of sneaking social justice into classroom

An education professor recently revealed the techniques she uses to push a social agenda and "decenter whiteness" in the classroom. Professor Ann Blankenship-Knox (who is currently listed as a faculty member at the University of Southern Mississippi, but identifies herself as a faculty member at the University of Redlands in her byline) self-exposed several of her own teaching practices in an article for the journal Whiteness and Education.

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Bug Burgers Are Coming to Swiss Stores

Swiss shoppers will soon get the chance to buy burger patties and meatballs made out of beetle larvae as supermarket chain Coop tests consumers’ appetite for less-common alternatives to beef and pork.

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Forget The Russians: Blame "Robot Anxiety" For Losing The Election

Robots are taking our jobs says the Brookings Institute. This causes “Robot Anxiety“, but not everywhere, just in the Red states that swung the election to Trump.

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Revealed: Police use 'code words' to warn fellow officers they are abusing citizens

Imagine, asking a police officer to treat citizens with respect only to have them swear at you, taser and arrest you. When you ask why you've been arrested, they inform you that you are being charged with disorderly conduct and resisting arrest. (The real reason you were arrested, you challenged their authority.)

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Corporations Increasingly Serve As Arbiters Of Public Morality

Major corporations are increasingly expected to play a societal role beyond just providing goods or services: more and more often, they’re expected to weigh in on issues of public morality.

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Homicide detectives probing man's overdose death at home of prominent L.A. Democratic donor Ed Buck

Los Angeles County Sheriff’s homicide detectives are investigating the circumstances surrounding the fatal drug overdose of a 26-year-old man at the West Hollywood home of prominent Democratic donor Ed Buck. Sheriff Jim McDonnell said Monday that while coroner’s officials ruled Gemmel Moore’s July 27 death an accident, homicide detectives will be conducting a follow-up investigation based on “additional information.” He declined to elaborate.

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Damning Investigation Shows Big Pharma Bribed 68,000 Doctors To Push Deadly Opioids

Money to push opioids found one doctor in 12, and the rampant destruction wrought upon countless American families forced to cope with loved ones dependent on prescription painkillers, or on heroin sought when those ran out, proves circumstantially the dollars did their job.

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Mystery sonic device blamed for foreign diplomats’ hearing loss in Cuba

Authorities in Cuba, the United States and Canada are investigating reports that several foreign diplomats stationed in Havana have been experiencing severe hearing loss in recent months. Some are blaming the deployment of a mystery “covert sonic device” for the diplomats’ symptoms. The allegations originate from diplomatic personnel stationed at the US embassy in Havana. The embassy reopened in 2015, 54 years after it was closed down following a series of diplomatic rifts between Cuba and the US during the height of the Cold War.

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Seattle police use pepper spray as pro-Trump and Antifa protesters face off (PHOTOS, VIDEO)

Police used pepper spray and blast balls on rival demonstrations in Seattle on Sunday, just one day after violence broke out in Charlottesville, Virginia, leaving one dead and dozens injured.

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Atomic Scientists: North Korea’s Nuclear Missile Claims Are a Hoax

President Donald Trump continued his blustery North Korea rhetoric on Friday, tweeting that the U.S. military was “locked and loaded” and later telling reporters that Kim Jong-un had better not make any “overt threats” against the United States. “This man will not get away with what he is doing,” Trump told reporters from his golf club in New Jersey, adding that if Kim makes a move against the U.S. or its allies “he will truly regret it and he will regret it fast.”

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