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The truth is, there is no truth, yet

February 19, 2017
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The truth is, there is no truth, yet

First they came for Flynn, and I did not speak out— Because I hated Trump Then they came for Conway, and I did not speak out— Because I hated Trump Then they came for Trump, and I did not speak out— Because I hated Trump Then they came for America—and there was no one left…

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Judge James Robart’s “so called” decision

February 12, 2017
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Judge James Robart’s “so called” decision

We interrupt this episode of the “Donald Trump is single handedly destroying the Constitution” from the Elizabeth Warren Broadcasting Corporation to bring you a previously unaired episode of “The law is what I feel it is” starring Seattle District Court Judge James Robart. Our series recap is provided by KC Johnson, history professor at Brooklyn…

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Hyped news is no news

February 5, 2017
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Hyped news is no news

The hysteria last weekend over President Trump’s executive order on refugees and immigration visas from certain countries is a perfect case study of what both an administration and a press that wants to be taken seriously should not do. The Trump administration deserves every bit of the criticism thrown its way for the keystone kops,…

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From Wilson to Obama a lesson for today

January 29, 2017
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From Wilson to Obama a lesson for today

This year is not even through the end of its first month and it’s already shaping up to be a larger than normal chapter in future history books. Partly because of the inauguration of one Donald J. Trump and what his personality and policies will entail in the coming months; partly because of the end…

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Inauguration Day is uniquely American

January 22, 2017
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Inauguration Day is uniquely American

“Uniquely American” is a phrase we Americans ascribe to everything from the cheeseburger to baseball to Hollywood to even the mess and mud that is our electoral process. We take great pride in “being” American. And why shouldn’t we? Nowhere in the annals of human history can there be found a nation quite as unique…

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Buzz Feed and MSM taking a buzz saw to the truth

January 15, 2017
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Buzz Feed and MSM taking a buzz saw to the truth

For a brief moment following the November election, there appeared throughout the oft referred to “main stream media” a rarity of rarities. In production rooms and editor chairs across the country there was occurring something that the majority of Americans never thought possible, self-reflection. Arthur Sulzberger, Jr., publisher, and Dean Baquet, executive editor of none…

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