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President Trump: What’s in your wallet?

At $40 a pop, Trump’s election headgear is a strange thing for the president himself to endorse now that he’s actually been elected to office. The time and place in which he wears hats featuring 45/USA in bold font also […]

President Trump: What’s in your wallet?

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At $40 a pop, Trump’s election headgear is a strange thing for the president himself to endorse now that he’s actually been elected to office. The time and place in which he wears hats featuring 45/USA in bold font also […]

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Gov. Greitens: Pull down Missouri’s racist death penalty statutes

This past Tuesday, well over one hundred and fifty years since the end of the Civil War, a powerful, well-connected, well-to-do Southern white man, Missouri Governor Eric Greitens, exercised

Barbara Lee statement on Afghanistan

Washington, D.C. – Congresswoman Barbara Lee released the following statement in response to President Trump’s announced plan to keep U.S. troops in Afghanistan. “I am deeply troubled by President Trump’s failure

Closing a summer of discontent

President Trump came across more like a guy trying to make up for a bad first impression on a date than he did a strong leader when he made

Patriots, thou shalt not be bigots

Hatred at its finest The good news? For once, our president seemed to be too busy to tweet in a timely manner. The bad news? This was an event that warranted

Forensic science evidence trending towards less reliable

In January 2016, bemoaning that "the more people talk about improving the use of forensic science in the courtroom, the more things stay the same," I blogged in bold

Forgetting Vietnam: Memories get erased with collective amnesia

How collective memory is formed, and the crucial influence it exercises on the way a people orient themselves toward the world, is the subject of a fascinating new book

Donald Trump, the savant

I’d like to begin this article by ensuring readers these are my actual words. None of this was written by my father and submitted as the final copy. I

Pardon me? President Trump’s dishonesty is taking America into the gutter

There's an old joke about a husband who wakes up every morning and says to his wife, “I want to apologize in advance for everything I do wrong today.”

Back In The Day

I'm not sure why, but we seem to be fascinated with stuff that should have died (figuratively or literally) a long time ago. Yes, the past is always better

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