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I wish Hannity was always like this. Hannity takes down a jihadi talking Sharia, enslaving women, and destroying Israel

Posted by avideditor on February 2, 2011

One Response to “I wish Hannity was always like this. Hannity takes down a jihadi talking Sharia, enslaving women, and destroying Israel”

  1. […] Yet it is precisely these kinds of difficulties that, according to Lucas, make studies of political warfare so potentially fruitful. In common with other students of Cold War history, Lucas argues that a scholarly division currently exists. On the one hand are those works which stress the conflict’s diplomatic, economic, military and political dimensions, typically privileging the state and emphasizing questions of geopolitics and national security (which he sees as the dominant complex of ‘diplomatic’ approaches). On the other are those studies which focus on such things as ethnicity, race, gender and the media in relation to the Cold War, works which for some critics attend less to agency or causation than context and discourse (in his view a marginalized, ‘cultural’ set of approaches developed in more recent years). By focusing on the ways in which during the 1940s and 1950s a public–private alliance came into being, motivated Additionally you can check out this related post: http://thedisorderofthings.wordpress.com/2011/01/21/martin-luther-king-as-an-international-thinker/ Related to this you can read: https://avideditor.wordpress.com/2011/02/02/i-wish-hannity-was-always-like-this-hannity-takes-down-a-… […]

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