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Tulsi goes after Kambama's health care plan so Kambama attacks ByeDone

Tulsi Torches Kamala and Other Updates

Well, a bit unexpectedly, Tulsi was the one who brought up Kamala's abysmal record as California's Attorney General tonight. Kamala just sputtered a non-answer in return:

Tulsi on Kamala

Still, Tulsi was mostly sidelined in the debate (again) and got only 7 minutes of speaking time, versus Biden's 20 minutes and Kamala's 18 minutes.

Here's a Brilliant, Prescient Article by Alexander Mercouris that DOES NOT EXIST in Googleworld

Here's the article, which sniffed out the scam of Russiagate in October 2016 when it was just getting started:

U.S. Intelligence meddles in U.S. Presidential election: backs Hillary Clinton, tries to stop Donald Trump

https://theduran.com/us-intelligence-meddles-us-presidential-election-ba...

What part of statutory rape doesn't Dershowitz understand?

Another milestone on the road of Late-Stage Capitalism

A few days ago the European Central Bank suggested that it was about to cut interest rates.
This planned cut is happening at a time when Denmark is offering to lend money at MINUS 0.12% for a ten-year mortgage.
In other words, the bank would PAY YOU to take out a loan.

the UK, Sweden, and US respond to Nils Melzer’s accusations of torture [curse-worthy Updates]

Updated in the comments with the Intercept's new hit on Julian Assange via 'the lying agitprop recent CNN report'.


(published under a different title by Oscar Grenfell at wsws.org, July 29, 2019.  I’ve received  gracious permission from the site’s editor to use any and all of the site’s content w/ attribution; this is the simplest way to bring the news, although Wikileaks on Twitter has a lot of it piecemeal.)

“UN Special Rapporteur on Torture Nils Melzer last weekend publicly released detailed letters he sent to the governments of the United States, Britain, Sweden and Ecuador in May, documenting their responsibility for the “psychological torture” inflicted upon WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange as a result of a decade-long political persecution.
Melzer also posted the replies he received from the US and Swedish governments, bluntly dismissing his findings. His letters to Britain and Ecuador went unanswered.

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