Sunday, July 5, 2020

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Is Donald Trump an asteroid?

If we care about our children and grandchildren, as 2019 begins there is no time to spare and no more burning issue on Planet Earth than this.

How the Trump Foundation illustrates the limits of charity regulations

Private foundations have a responsibility to do more than merely comply with tax laws in a technical sense. They have a duty to serve public, not private, interests.

Lawsuit alleging Trump’s business interests violate Constitution can proceed, judge rules

The doors are now open for the Maryland and District of Columbia legal teams to start collecting sensitive financial information from both Trump and the Trump Organization.

How bad public policy happens

Sometimes public policy inadvertently turns bad, but when it's based on ignorance and arrogance, policy inevitably goes bad.

While China picks winners, Trump picks losers

As with so much else, Trump is determined to Take America Backwards Again.

House GOP backs down on plans to gut ethics panel after...

Lawmakers spearheading the effort to gut the OCE have come under investigation in recent years.

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Is US presidential candidate Joe Biden a war criminal?

Joe Biden had supported the Iraq War of 2003. But no one knows why he is running away from the truth.

Why America is the greatest country

I just know that everything is okay because I live in the greatest country. And America is the greatest country because everything is okay.

‘This is horrendous’: US military confirms bayonets were issued to troops responding to George...

"It is difficult for us to imagine a circumstance which could necessitate or justify the deployment of bayonets against American civilians."

Conservatives Criticize Michelle Obama For Bare Arms, Stay Silent On Melania Trump’s Nude Poses

Trump's wife, possible future First Lady, receives no criticism for nude photoshoots while Michelle Obama is insulted for bare arms.
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‘What to the slave is the 4th of July?’: James Earl Jones reads Frederick...

On July 5, 1852, in Rochester, New York, he gave one of his most famous speeches, “The Meaning of July Fourth for the Negro.”