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The Masked Singer Sends Another Music Legend Home, and It’s So Not Cool

The Masked Singer Sends Another Music Legend Home, and It’s So Not CoolI see now why producers at The Masked Singer had the foresight to not put any of their costumed celebrities in a turkey get-up: Thanksgiving occurs a few days from now in the U.S. and The Masked Singer won’t air an episode during that week. Could you imagine if it did and the turkey was eliminated … Read More >Other Links From TVGuide.comThe Masked SingerKen JeongJenny McCarthyRobin ThickeNicole Scherzinger ….. Read More.TV GUIDE – General | Movies & TelevisionWed, November 20, 20197 hours ago

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The Atlantic Politics Daily: The Limits of Trump’s Go-To Defense

The Atlantic Politics Daily: The Limits of Trump’s Go-To DefenseIt’s Thursday, November 14. In today’s newsletter: On Trump’s defense strategy of villainizing, how Fox News covered the impeachment hearings, an argument for calling on Hunter Biden to testify, and more.We’re also following: Two teens were killed and three others wounded in a shooting at a southern California high school on Thursday morning. The former ambassador to Ukraine, Marie Yovanovitch, testifies Friday as a sole witness in the second day of public impeachment hearings.*« TODAY IN POLITICS »(BRENDAN SMIALOWWSKI / GETTY)The view from inside the Oval OfficeWith the latest drip-drip-drip of impeachment revelations this week, what was once a remote possibility now seems closer to an inevitability: The House of Representatives will vote to impeach President Trump.What do ongoing impeachment proceedings look like from within 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue? My colleague Peter Nicholas, one of our White House correspondents, has been reporting…

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Ending Endless War From the Right

Ending Endless War From the RightThey sure didn’t look the part. These weren’t a bunch of stereotypical hippie peaceniks. As I surveyed the room in the beautiful DC brownstone which hosted the opening night reception, I saw well-built, well-dressed men and women, many still sporting military-style haircuts (though often with a well-groomed beard). Instead of tie-dye shirts, I spied some flag-lapel pins, a few Trump 2020 ball caps, and even a big old cowboy hat. Yet all these relatively young combat veterans were gathered in the nation’s capital last week with a common cause: ending America’s endless wars! The very wars, of course, that they had fought, the wars they could still smell, the wars that killed their friends. The entire event was remarkable, and, even a few years ago, would have seemed unthinkable. What I witnessed, and took part in, represents a profound pivot point in America’s post-9/11…

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Cyprus rescues 120 Syrian migrants aboard boat

Cyprus rescues 120 Syrian migrants aboard boatNICOSIA, Cyprus (AP) — Cyprus police say 120 Syrian migrants have been housed at a reception center after arriving from Turkey aboard a boat. Police said Thursday that the 97 men, 20 children — including 14 unaccompanied minors — and three women told authorities they each paid people traffickers $4,000 (3,620 euros) for a spot […] ….. Read More.SEATTLE TIMES – Nation-World | U.S. & World NewsThu, November 21, 201957 mins ago

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The Folly of the Iraq War Has Never Been Clearer

The Folly of the Iraq War Has Never Been ClearerThis piece originally appeared on East Baghdad, January 25, 2007. Newly minted 1st Lieutenant Danny Sjursen, all of 23-years-old, led his scout platoon – the “Ghost Riders” – on yet another meaningless presence patrol in an increasingly aimless war, at about 9:00pm local time in the Al Amin neighborhood of Shia-majority East Baghdad. We were no longer allowed to call them “presence patrols,” of course. From now on, each patrol had to – imagine that! – have a specific mission, a purpose, something, you know, worth dying for. The army, mind you, is traditionally masterful at bending language to its tactically fashionable whims. So, while the nomenclature changed, the nature of the actual patrols themselves remained remarkably consistent. From the perspective of my young privates and sergeants – laying their lives on the line for some $30,000 annually – nothing changed…not…

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Syria conflict: Who benefits from its oil?

Syria conflict: Who benefits from its oil?The US is at the centre of an international row over claims to a slice of Syria’s oil revenues. ….. Read More.BBC NEWS – World | World News & EventsWed, November 20, 20199 hours ago

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