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George McGovern Dies At 90

Liberal icon George McGovern has died in his home state of South Dakota at the age of 90. McGovern is perhaps best remembered for his vehement opposition to the Vietnam War.A three-term U.S. senator from South Dakota, McGovern won the Democratic presidential nomination in 1972. His hard-fought campaign against Nixon and the war in Southeast Asia attracted millions of angry, anti-Establishment voters, including women and minorities, long-haired students and...

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Gay Writer: Gay Men Have Been Leaders In Every Fascist Movement In History

Disgraced and discredited gay British journalist Johann Hari, who was suspended from the Independent last year after multiple charges of plagiarism, has posted a Huffington Post column claiming that gay men have been at the forefront of every fascist movement in history. An excerpt: [T]he idea of a gay fascist seems ridiculous. Yet when the British National Party - our own home-grown Holocaust-denying bigots - announced it was fielding an openly gay candidate in the European elections this June, dedicated followers of ...

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Live Free Or Fly

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