Trump's Fall From Love And Grace

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Is the joint proposed bill from Arkansas’ Tom Cotton, Georgia’s David Perdue and Trump to restrict legal immigration by cutting it in half and creating a language and financial means test . . . → Read More: Trump’s Fall From Love And Grace

A Viper's Nest

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Both the White House and the Congress are a nest of vipers. This description revisits a civil war reference, critical of Confederate heritage, that emerged from Matthew’s gospel: because of secession, the war; the . . . → Read More: A Viper’s Nest

A Spinning Carousel Of Deception And Accusation

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It’s summertime, when kids ride carousels at amusement parks. Carousels were once for fun, but in the wrong hands, with the wrong operators, they can turn swiftly to dangerous business. . . . → Read More: A Carousel Spinning With Deception And Accusation

From The Spin Of Lies, A Truth Emerges

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A cam is a mechanical moving part; cams open and close passages that lead to interior functions that power machines; cams are efficient at opening and closing access to . . . → Read More: From The Spin Of Lies, A Truth Emerges

The Healthcare Industry Sounds The Retreat On The Senate Bill And Takes A Stand

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Normally, Republican politics and business walk in lock step. Linked like DNA sequences, the financial codes of contributions to campaigns and the codes . . . → Read More: The Healthcare Industry Sounds The Retreat On The Senate Bill And Takes A Stand

The Death Of Ideology

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Take away 25 media names and ideology would disappear! Add 25 corporate names and threats to voting, regulation, health, women’s rights, wages, and economic stagnation are made vivid, evoking the older struggle . . . → Read More: The Death Of Ideology

The Senate Takes A Magic Carpet Ride

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I wonder when will freedom come? Not just for you, not just for me. But freedom for everyone! Lord, are we too late? How long must we make freedom . . . → Read More: The Senate Takes A Magic Carpet Ride

Death Is The Source Of New Wealth

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Death is the source of new wealth and is scattered throughout Republican policy. It can be gauged by gathering statistics. Of the scattered statistics, the administration never mentions deaths . . . → Read More: Death Is The Source Of New Wealth

The Political Forms of Death

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Death and fear come in many forms. America has a narrow bandwidth of favorites; mass shootings, spree killings, terrorist attacks, the cruel slaughter of children, domestic disputes–killings that spring from cops’ imaginations. . . . → Read More: The Political Forms of Death

The Heart Of Peace

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The heart of peace demands a hard truth: on bigger playing fields, rhetoric and greed are silent killers–scattered statistics of 3 million dead from loss of healthcare over the next decade doesn’t risk . . . → Read More: The Heart Of Peace