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Stunning Critics, Oklahoma Turns to ‘Experimental’ Use of Nitrogen Gas to Kill People

Photo Credit: oneword / Shutterstock Anti-capital punishment advocates on Thursday cursed an proclamation by Oklahoma Attorney General Mike Hunter this week that the state would start using nitrogen gas to govern death quarrel inmates, after being incompetent to secure fatal injection drugs.   Just reading about how much work has …

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Bush Is Gone, but the Neocons Are Back

Mike Pompeo, CIA directorPhoto Credit: YouTube Once on a time there were hopes that Donald Trump as boss competence pursue a opposite kind of American unfamiliar policy; call it non-interventionist, or isolationist, or transactional. He positively pennyless with required Washington discourse. When the unfamiliar policy investiture of Washington almost unanimously …

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New Book Unmasks Hidden History of How U.S. Corporations Gained Legal Personhood and Civil Rights

Photo Credit: wwnorton.com American corporate energy has never been stronger. It’s not just the Trump administration’s electioneer to tummy supervision regulation; the sovereign courts have increasingly been extenuation companies autocracy rights once held only by individuals. In his new book, We The Corporations: How American Businesses Won Their Civil Rights, …

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‘Red Alert Time’: Trump’s Personal Lawyer Calls on DOJ to Kill Mueller Probe

Photo Credit: By Federal Bureau of Investigation [Public domain], around Wikimedia Commons This is a breaking news story and may be updated. Speaking to The Daily Beast Saturday following Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ late-night firing of former Deputy Director of the FBI Andrew McCabe, John Dowd—President Donald Trump’s personal attorney—called on Deputy Attorney General …

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5 Reasons We Should All Hold Our Breath Trump Doesn’t Add John Bolton to His Cabinet

John BoltonPhoto Credit: Christopher Halloran / Shutterstock Earlier this week, Donald Trump tapped a licence member of the Tea Party to lead the State Department and an determined torturer to conduct the CIA. Both appointments were ideally monstrous, but if there is a ruling law of this administration, it’s that …

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BP This Week: Stephen Hawking and Scientism

http://www.breakpoint.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/bptwpodcast2018-3-16.mp3 John Stonestreet and Ed Stetzer try the worldview of the late and shining Stephen Hawking: Scientism. Despite contributing so much to physics, Hawking offering easy answers to tough questions scholarship couldn’t answer, and announced truth passed while enchanting in a lot of philosophy, himself. Our hosts also advise a …

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