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For Presidentsâ?? Day, Hereâ??s One Vicious, Ghastly and/or Fascinating Fact About Every U.S. President: Happy Presidentsâ?? Day! Even though itâ??s not exactly Presidentsâ?? Day. According to the federal government, the name of this holiday is merely Washingtonâ??s Birthday. The Office of Personnel Management insists that while â??other institutions such as state and local governments and private b...
Banned from the U.S. Due to Terrorist Threats, Yemenis Are Themselves the Victims of Attacks: Khaldoon Gahleeb was sitting on the curb outside his home in Yemen on a quiet morning last November, when two extremists drove up on a motorbike and shot him twice in the back of the head. Khaldoon, a 37-year-old government prison security guard, had been looking down at his phone, waiting for hi...
A Border Patrol Memoir Gets Caught Up in the Deportation Fight: Francisco CantĂș, author of â??The Line Becomes a River,â? remembers watching the heated rallies engulfing his home state of Arizona. To one side were immigration advocates, activists who demanded the migrants running for their lives through the Sonoran Desert be treated as human beings, regardl...
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Latest Student Loan Debacle Is Ultimate Example of Trump's Campaign Con: Last October, just about a week after the release of the infamous Access Hollywood "pussy" tape, Donald Trump gave a
Trump's Consumer Victory Officially Makes a Joke of Financial Reform: Earlier this year, when researching a story on Donald Trump's executive appointments, I talked to current and former Hill staffers about Mick Mulvaney. The humorless debt truther from South Carolina was the man His Orangeness wanted to put in charge of the Office of Management and
New Drone Strikes Underscore, Again, How Much Power We Give Trump: While all of us were preparing for Thanksgiving dinner, the United States was busy preparing an attack on the Yemeni province of Badhya.Residents later reported that the region spent much of the day under attack from Saudi jets and American drones, which hovered overhead and intermittently fired ...
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Sizing Up the Field Before the First 2020 Debate: 'BradCast' 6/24/2019: We've largely stayed away from the "horse race" on the Democratic side of the 2020 Presidential race to date, preferring, as we're wont, to focus on more immediate issues, as well as the "track conditions" on which the horses are set to run next year. But on today's BradCast, we finally open the ...
Sunday Toons of the 'Munchausen Presidency' Moment: Biden promises cure for cancer if elected president; so does Trump * * * Perry Dorrell blogs as PDiddie at Brains and Eggs, usually on topics concerning the strange brew of Texas politics. He's also on Twitter @PDiddie.
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Trump’s Repeated Falsehood on Auto Plants: In launching his reelection campaign, President Donald Trump repeated a claim about new auto plants that he made a year-and-a-half ago. It’s still not true, and it fits a pattern of Trump falsely boasting of unexpected or unusual gains in the auto industry. Trump said of the U.S. auto industry in...
The Churchill Quotation That Wasn’t: Quick Take There’s no support for the idea that Winston Churchill ever made a statement about Muslims that social media users continue to attribute to him. Full Story  A remark about Muslims attributed to Winston Churchill continues to circulate on social media, even though there’s no evidence h...
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Congressional Interns and Congress Redirections—A Meeting: By Ralph Nader June 19, 2019 On a beautiful, breezy day last week, I spoke to a roomful of Congressional summer interns working in the House of Representatives. The subject was “Corporate Power, Congress and You.” (“You” referred to the interns as the citizenry). I noted that they were a special ...
Unpublished Letter to the Washington Post Editor: March 14, 2019 Dear Editor: Regarding the op-ed by the Dalai Lama and Arthur C. Brooks: “All of Us Can Break the Cycle of Hatred,” March 11, 2019. Did the Dalai Lama, with his message of love and peace, realize that Arthur C. Brooks, President of the American Enterprise Institute, runs the most c...
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Interests, Ideology And Climate â?? NYTimes.com â?? Paul Krugman: http://www.nytimes.com/2014/06/09/opinion/krugman-interests-ideology-and-climate.html?emc=edit_th_20140609&nl=todaysheadlines&nlid=26842820&_r=0
How a Big Agribusiness Firm Infiltrated the EPA and Made a Mockery of Science: Regardless of who tried to bring the toxicity truth to light, the power of corporate money and resources controlled the science and the government approvals. It remains legal today. There is a good question in the article. It asks, why the burden of proof is not on Syngenta to positively prov...
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You Are Fighting In The Most Important Battle Of All Time: If you are reading this, it’s most likely the result of a series of events in your life which have drawn your interest and attention to the fact that our world is quite a bit different from what we’ve been told by our school teachers, by the news media, by Hollywood, and by politicians.At some po...
Starvation Sanctions Are Worse Than Overt Warfare: “We are putting major additional Sanctions on Iran on Monday,” President Trump tweeted today. “I look forward to the day that Sanctions come off Iran, and they become a productive and prosperous nation again – The sooner the better!”Iran’s economy is already floundering due to the steadily mounti...
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10 times the Globe and Mail editorial page has expressed an absurdly inflated sense of Canadaâ??s place in the world:   1. â??How Canada can help lead the way to better global healthâ? (2016) Summary: Canada can improve global health outcomes by telling other countries what to do.   2. â??How Canada can become a global food production powerhouseâ? (2017) Summary: More countries should buy Canadian food. Â...

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