A Storm Of Disrepect

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(Some of you know I live near Charleston, SC and the area felt the effects of Irma’s outer bands of winds and rain. Power was out for several hours. No major damage . . . → Read More: A Storm Of Disrepect

Trump's One Mule Drag

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Trump is using an informal process of governing (twitter, public appeal, threats and lies) to bypass and override the formal process of laws, regulations, and procedures that are the constitutional structures of . . . → Read More: Trump’s One Mule Drag

The Haters Of Others Joined By A Pilgrimage

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Y’all know our dear President Andrew Jackson, Old Hickory (Bless his heart!), was a racist, right? Yes, tough, hail fellow. He did not personally discriminate and he grew up around . . . → Read More: The Haters Of Others Joined In Pilgrimage

When Lawful Pain Is Morally Bankrupt

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He began by keeping blacks out of his apartments, accepting his father’s lead, seeing no disrepute. He made money, but what he erected lasted only a short time. Bankruptcies followed; . . . → Read More: When Lawful Pain Is Morally Bankrupt

Forced Movement

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Forced movements in US history share painful, common features. Justified by law, imposed by military force, they track America’s historic weaknesses and shame. They mark a trail of our worse self-deceit, pretending to improve our . . . → Read More: Forced Movement

Jobs, Immigration And The Law

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America’s government manages a budget equal to the world’s third largest GDP—a sustained annual outlay of $4 trillion. In charge of this incredible wealth are lying thieves without moral compassion. The . . . → Read More: Jobs, Immigration And The Law

Trump's Cruelty

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Nobody’s “pouring in;” you can’t get a visa in a week! Trump has a cruel streak, its aspect detected in his groping unknown women, in the full page ad demanding the death penalty for the . . . → Read More: Trump’s Cruelty

Ramping Greed and Republican Bitch Slaps

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Under Trump, the ramping greed is unconscionable–and visible: corrupt and unethical, Trump appointees are walking out of Senate votes into Cabinet offices wearing their duplicity and cheating as bright badges . . . → Read More: Rampant Greed and Republican Bitch Slaps

Sister, Can You Spare 200 Billion?

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This is the conversation taking place in America:

Brother, can you spare $100 to $200 billion?

Why?

I need to build a wall across a US border.

Why?

You should be . . . → Read More: Sister, Can You Spare 200 Billion?

Single Incident Politics

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As President Obama demonstrates world class skills at building solid coalitions, from his Africa Summit, to financial embargoes against a variety of aggressor states to a far reaching trade agreement with 11 Asian countries, . . . → Read More: Single Incident Politics