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On Saturday, my TIME magazine arrived and I was happy to see that the name and face of Donald Trump was not on it for a change. What I did see was the face of a young person with the […]

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On Saturday, my TIME magazine arrived and I was happy to see that the name and face of Donald Trump was not on it for a change. What I did see was the face of a young person with the […]

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Repealing Obamacare Part One: Making America sick again

  When the Affordable Care Act (ACA) took off, we had no way of anticipating how many people would need — and use — their healthcare coverage for (drum roll)

Dutch elections slide nation to the right

The parliamentary elections in the Netherlands Wednesday produced a disastrous weakening of the left wing in Parliament and a strengthening of the parties at the center and the right side. The

Dead Culture Walking

If you need any proof of the death of our great nation and are not convinced it has to do with the election of a certain orange-faced person, then

Europe in turmoil as Netherlands approaches its elections

Europe is in political and social turmoil. There are many reasons for this situation, such as the constant threat of terrorism, the influx of refugees from the Middle East and

Preet Bharara firing raises questions about pending litigation

WASHINGTON - The firing of former United States Attorney, Preet Bharara this past Saturday by the Trump Administration will forever raise questions that will undoubtedly lead to more questions

March Madness: The American Way

It occurs to me we live in a mad world. I don’t mean zany, I mean angry, pissed off, and looking for a fight, revenge, or any chance to

Standing Rock Sioux take the fight to Washington

WASHINGTON - Thousands of Native American tribes and  Peace & Justice activists took to the streets Friday to protest against the Dakota Access Pipeline that they claim threatens the environment. After their

Martin O’Malley stands with Water Protectors

WASHINGTON - Native American tribes joined Peace & Justice communities from around the country Friday to protest against the Dakota Access Pipeline in North Dakota. Despite periods of rain and some light

Standing Rock Sioux stand strong against authorities

CANNON BALL, N.D. Firearms drawn, police entered tipis of the the Oceti Sakowin’s makeshift camp and ordered the families there to evacuate. It was one of the last camps to be

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