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Saturday, June 01, 2024

Heather Cox Richardson writes about America's remarkable jury system: Today, twelve ordinary Americans did what Republican senators refused to do. They protected the rule of law and held Trump accountable for his attempt to rig an election. Republicans would rather parrot Trump's claims of a witch hunt, and defend a convicted felon, than admit they were wrong. What a sad state of delusion. read more

Tuesday, May 14, 2024

This piece make a point that much of the electorate has a significant disconnect from reality. And it's not just Republicans. FTA:

One of the remarkable things about the 2024 presidential election is that for the first time since 1912 voters will have a choice between presidents who served back-to-back in the immediately preceding eight years. It offers them a chance to directly compare their experiences during two four-year periods under the leadership of two old and universally known politicians. No matter what you think of Donald Trump, there is zero doubt that two events during his presidency will forever leap off the pages of history books and dwarf anything else that happened: the outbreak of a pandemic that killed over a million Americans and a mob attack on the U.S. Capitol aimed at preventing Joe Biden's confirmation as president-elect.
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Sunday, May 05, 2024

"The recent coverage of college campuses reminded me of an important life lesson. I don't know about you, but the coverage started frustrating and angering me. So, I've been trying to abstain from the sensationalist headlines and rage porn saturating my newsfeed. Did you know that there are stories that don't involve pepper bullets, riots, antisemitism, Islamophobia, mass arrests, and violence? In fact, several colleges don't involve *any* police action whatsoever. Take a moment and read what's happening at Brown, Middlebury, and UVM. Rather than allow tensions to fester and escalate, some college administrations agreed to"gasp"meet with students and hear them out. Some colleges have ongoing discussions and negotiations, while others have reached agreements and ended the encampments." read more

Friday, May 03, 2024

The audience of about 1,500 people waved small American flags and chanted "USA! USA! USA!" as television cameras began filming last Friday inside a Regent University ballroom. read more


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