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Francisco Lopez

6 months ago

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Putin's Philosopher

Putin's Philosopher

Ilyin has also received a great deal of attention from seemingly polar opposite groups within Russian society. The Putin administration often quotes him. Members of the Russian Orthodox Church have praised him as a “religious philosopher” who “preached about the spiritual renewal and rebirth of Russia.” And a leader of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation called him someone who “made a very significant contribution to the development of the Russian state ideology of patriotism.” So, who is Mr. Ilyin?

https://www.foreignaffairs.com/articles/russian-federation/2015-09-20/putins-philosopher

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Francisco Lopez

8 months ago

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A Republic, if you can Keep it

The declaration of Independence, by John Trumbull · A republic, if you can Keep it · The forces of evil are winning. There is no line they will not cross and with our weak justice system, they will get away with it. These forces are very well organized and have the support of the ...

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Francisco Lopez

11 months ago

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The seedy crimes of the obscenely rich are routinely ignored

The seedy crimes of the obscenely rich are routinely ignored

Imagine a world in which two things are true. One, you can make piles of cash as a direct result of breaking federal law. Think of it as theft by other means. Two, you won't ever get caught or be punished. Think of it as a veto on the rule of law. I'm not talking about illicit drug cartels. I'm talk...

https://www.alternet.org/2021/10/white-collar-crime/

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Protests at University of Kansas signal a major culture shift

LAWRENCE — For two nights this week, hundreds of outraged students showed up at a University of Kansas fraternity house, demanding answers.With signs reading “no mercy for rapists" and “hold frats accountable," the students crowded the fraternity's lawn and chanted from its steps, protesting an alle...

https://www.rawstory.com/on-college-campuses/

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