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It wasn’t until the early 1990s that Joyce Ride came to the rescue.
Next, consider the highly revealing excuses, offered by Post editors:
Two responses to that final excuse come quickly to mind.
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Then there’s this:
And there’s this:
Did the father ever question any of these red flags? We’lll never know, at least from Solomon.
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Asked how RT will likely respond, she said she hadn’t seen an “official response.”
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Ashleigh Banfield is doing a “Google Hangout” tonight at 6 pm with Gibney and others.
Now comes word that she has been deported—to Turkey. CBS confirms the story in this dispatch:
CODEPINK tweeted that she has been deported to Turkey.
@medeabenjamin is totally false; they didn’t answer her calls or visit her in distress.” @medeabenjamin is in Istanbul, where she was deported to, headed to hospital to receive treatment for shoulder. Flying to US tonight.”
Just for fun, here are all of the Ukraine-related headlines on their site at present:
And, on the op-ed page:
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Still, it's worth remembering that it could be much worse. No nukes is good news, in Ukraine.
The terrific Amy Davidson of The New Yorker reviews the history here.
Instead, we offered two things…
Read on to see what happened. And see a full report by a Brookings expert here.
Then Davidson concludes:
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