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Two White Women Forced To Close Burrito Shop Because Of "Cultural Appropriation"

"Cultural appropriation is a bizarre concept when you think about it...It’s also a sign of severe cognitive dissonance among leftists. They claim they want everyone in the world to mix and live in peace, but they snap at people who dare to share another culture. Ironically, it sounds an awful lot like regular old racism."

There's No Painless Exit From The "Fake Faux Financialized" Economy

"The sanctioning of this deranged hypocrisy is shaping a generation that could easily turn into political monsters when they eventually come into power - and that coming-to-power may coincide with much more desperate economic conditions on the road ahead."

Censoring You To "Protect" You

The editor of The Vanguard at Portland State University decided that it was more important to cover up a story than to break it, more important to evade truths than to expose them, and more important to treat students -- and the wider world -- as children rather than thinking sentient adults able to make up their own minds.

The Republic Has Fallen: The Deep State's Plot To Take Over America Has Succeeded

The coup d’etat has been successful. The Deep State - a.k.a. the police state, a.k.a. the military industrial complex - has taken over. The American system of representative government has been overthrown by a profit-driven, militaristic corporate state bent on total control and global domination through the imposition of martial law here at home and by fomenting wars abroad.

Frontrunning: May 22

  • Trump Arrives in Israel, May Show His Cards on the Peace Process (BBG)
  • Taxes, Budget Are Focus for White House Despite Probes (WSJ)
  • Paul Manafort’s Lucrative Ukraine Years Are Central to the Russia Probe (BBG)
  • Ford set to fire CEO Mark Fields as shares founder (Reuters)
  • Producers Set to Extend Cuts as Rally Stalls: OPEC Reality Check (BBG)

Sergey Lavrov Says US Media Reminds Him of Soviet Union's "Pravda"

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov had a few choice words for the U.S. media during a press conference in Cyprus a few days after the NYT and WaPo unleashed a pair of dubiously sourced accusations about what was said between President Trump and the minister during a meeting in the Oval Office.

North Korea Launches Another Ballistic Missile

North Korea launched a ballistic missile Sunday afternoon which flew more than 500 kilometers, only one week after conducting its latest, successful ballistic missile test last Sunday, South Korea's military announced. The missile was launched at 0759 GMT from a location near Pukchang, 60 km northeast of the capital Pyongyang.