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

End The Double Standard

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Donald Trump has turned the national government into a giant, real life game of the old Hugh Downs’ game show, “Concentration.” “Concentration involved solving a rebus, deciphering the meaning of a series of . . . → Read More: End The Double Standard

The Paper Folders

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National Alert: a 31-year old, wet-eared kid has taken the podium to lecture us about democracy and tough love, demanding that we know in his infantile certainty that the power of the President . . . → Read More: The Paper Folders

Maybe This Fool Is A Clown

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Consider this: when the first Africans stepped foot on the Americas’ shores, they had little information about what lie ahead. They took a radical step: they stopped to think! They went . . . → Read More: Maybe This Fool Is A Clown

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

Family Affairs Are Not The Public's Business

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What did you do last summer? “I am Donald Trump. I ran for President. I won. Three million dead people voted against me. Now I rule the world.”

The White . . . → Read More: Family Affairs Are Not The Public’s Business

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

Trump: Things Wrong

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Twelve days in: things already wrong–revealed in an annotated short list.

Trump really does not know business. His business vision is as narrow as the rest of his world view. He has no . . . → Read More: Trump: Things Wrong