What We Missed

Around the world, supporters of three members of  the feminist punk rock band Pussy Riot prepare to protest Friday’s verdict. This is a good idea, since the lawyers representing the three women say there is no chance they will be found not-guilty.

The New York Times editorial board on what could happen to the women of Afghanistan when American troops leave.

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Ecuador grants asylum to WikiLeaks’ Julian Assange.

In a surprise to nobody anywhere, Jan Brewer tries to block immigrants’ rights.

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  1. Posted August 17, 2012 at 5:20 pm | Permalink

    “The New York Times editorial board on what could happen to the women of Afghanistan when American troops leave.”

    Funny how that wasnt a concern when the reds were in the stan. They must have made the happy dance when 911 happened, else there was no way they could have justified going in Afghanistan guns blazing and bombing, after they had been so vocal about the red military effort in Afghanistan.

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