The Daily Populous

Tuesday November 15th, 2022 evening edition

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My favorite example is that of Anthony Ulasciewicz, the private eye-turned-bagman for the Watergate burglars and Richard Nixon.

In the early days of the cover-up, Ulasciewicz delivered the hush money to E. Howard Hunt and G. Gordon Liddy.

Was it an initiation thing, like taking a new name when you become a monk?).

And it’s the change-maker that makes the story art and fixes it in the memory permanently.

On Monday, the Supreme Court told Ward to pound sand, which is not a difficult thing to do in Arizona.

There were indeed two justices who would’ve given Ward the protection she wanted, and one of them was Justice Clarence Thomas.

Charles P. Pierce Charles P Pierce is the author of four books, most recently Idiot America, and has been a working journalist since 1976. »

Why China Will Play It Safe

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Xi has certainly added many close allies, but they also have strong connections to China’s private economy and are unlikely to be pure sycophants.

The 20th Party Congress is not the first time Xi has spoken about the world in a menacing tone.

In May 2019, U.S. talks with China over President Donald Trump’s tariffs collapsed in Washington. »

Both Russia and Ukraine tortured prisoners of war, UN says

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GENEVA, Nov 15 (Reuters) - The U.N. human rights office (OHCHR) said on Tuesday that both Russia and Ukraine have tortured prisoners of war during the nearly nine-month conflict, citing examples including the use of electric shocks and forced nudity.

The interviews with Ukrainian prisoners of war were conducted after their release, since Russia did not grant access to detention sites, it said.

Russia, which invaded Ukraine on Feb. 24, denies torture or other forms of maltreatment of POWs. »