Author Archives: Den

About Den

Always in search of interesting things to post. Armed with knowledge and dangerous with the ladies.

Tuesday Madness

Like a modern, dark inversion of the fable of the Three Wise Men from the east, the end of last January saw the three heads of Russian intelligence visit their counterparts in Washington. These were Sergey Naryshkin of the SVR, … Continue reading

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Monday Reading

The terrors of 20th century fascism have risen once again in the United States but less as a warning about repeating past mistakes than as a measure of the degree to which the lessons of history become irrelevant. Politics now … Continue reading

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Magnetic Sunday

EQUINOX CRACKS ARE OPENING IN EARTH’S MAGNETIC FIELD: The northern autumnal equinox is only a week away. That means one thing: Cracksare opening in Earth’s magnetic field. Researchers have long known that during weeks around equinoxes fissures form in Earth’s magnetosphere. Solar … Continue reading

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David Corn Saturday

On Friday morning, special counsel Robert Mueller released a “superseding criminal information”—essentially a new indictment of Paul Manafort, the former Trump campaign chief. Soon after, Manafort appeared in federal court to cop a plea—in a deal that includes cooperation with … Continue reading

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FRIfunny DAy

  Deep Stake – Mark Fiore

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Thugish Thursday

Over the past few months, Attorney General Jeff Sessions has faced fierce criticism for his role in the Trump administration’s family separation policy. But while the White House continues to deal with the fallout from tearing kids away from their … Continue reading

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Watch Out Wednesday

It can’t happen here. That’s an avowal I have been hearing from Americans ever since my family and I, fleeing a dictatorship in our native Chile, finally came to settle in the United States in 1980. What happened to you … Continue reading

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