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Obama Avoids Alignment With Israel Against Iran

Obama dodges Netanyahu’s attempts to suck the U.S. into a war against Iran; Stephen Colbert’s many fictional faces are interfering with real world politics; meanwhile, the Argentine LGBT community is combatting the country’s deep-rooted stereotypes. These discoveries and more after the jump.

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Occupy Targets Obama

Occupy Des Moines protesters decide it’s high time to occupy the Democratic headquarters, and they won’t be the last; Jon Stewart’s “Daily Show” gets more viewers than Fox News; and one of America’s most visible poets fell out of grace thanks to a racist poem. These discoveries and more after the jump.

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Inter-Occupy on Ice

As winter begins, the Occupy movement reshapes, renames and refocuses for 2012; mistrusting the media may be detrimental to public policy; meanwhile, Ron Paul evades questions and answers about his alleged racist newsletters. These discoveries and more after the jump.

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Gay Bloggers Take Down AT&T Goliath

The story of racist newsletters published under Republican presidential hopeful Ron Paul’s name re-emerges; a member of the Zimbabwean parliament is jailed for calling President Mugabe a homosexual; and LGBT bloggers and gay media were essential to the demise of AT&T’s merger with T-Mobile. These discoveries and more after the jump.

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Israeli Segregation à la Rosa Parks

An Israeli woman is relegated to the back of the bus by a group of Orthodox Jews; New York celebs party with the Occupiers; and studying fish may be the key to understanding why uninformed voters are a necessary evil in our democracy. These discoveries and more after the jump.

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America the Battlefield

John McCain and several other senators are trying to pass a measure to include the United States as part of the battlefield in the “war on terror,” allowing the U.S. military to jail American citizens without a trial; the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation donated to an enemy of public education; meanwhile, David Cameron was trying to blackmail the rest of Europe. These discoveries and more after the jump.

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Obama Still of Two Minds on Gay Rights

While the Obama administration has spoken up for gay rights, it has yet to support gay marriage; Kevin Spacey has been heckling noisy audience members in his role as Richard III; meanwhile, L.A. and Occupy L.A. have come to a similar consensus about corporate personhood: It needs to go! These discoveries and more after the jump.

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American Media, Stay Away From Me

American news media outlets such as Time and Newsweek are keeping the U.S. in the dark about world issues; a Silicon Valley startup has dreamed up a ship for international techies to avoid immigration problems; and Wi-Fi and cellphones are making us sick—or are they? These discoveries and more after the jump.

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Social Media in the Post-Arab Spring

Facebook and Twitter posts have been used to expel liberal students from universities in the Middle East; a neo-Nazi terror cell is evidence of Germany’s deep-rooted xenophobia; and readings of the New Testament reveal that Apostle Paul did not denounce homosexuality. These discoveries and more after the jump.

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Violent Response to Occupy Is No Surprise

The violent police assaults in response to the Occupy movement are proof that Occupy has hit a political nerve; Britain is preparing for the demise of the euro; meanwhile, the student wing of Occupy tries to encourage higher education. These discoveries and more after the jump.

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