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“Walking to Buchenwald” is a journey into extreme

Currently on stage at the Atwater Village Theatre the Open Fist Theatre Company presents Walking to Buchanwald written by Tom Jacobson. It is a fairly short two act show with a superb cast that does an excellent job of creating […]

“Walking to Buchenwald” is a journey into extreme

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Currently on stage at the Atwater Village Theatre the Open Fist Theatre Company presents Walking to Buchanwald written by Tom Jacobson. It is a fairly short two act show with a superb cast that does an excellent job of creating […]

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Trump and his wall of trouble

Lately I have been thinking about Trump’s wall. While I understand why many want to see it built, I also understand why it is opposed. The two camps have

California representatives respond to Trump’s decision on DACA

On Tuesday Morning U.S. Attorney General Jefferson Beauregard Sessions announced the Trump Administration was ending the DACA program (Deferred Action for Child Arrivals), a program that President Barack Obama

Qualifications: Do we require enough for President and the Supreme Court?

All in all there have been fourteen Presidents of the United States who have never served in the military. Most recently that list includes Franklin D. Roosevelt who served

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

Eclipsing reality

I was just picking up the pieces of my life after a horrible bout of Y2K Virus when everyone started screaming about the next apocalypse, or was it eclipse?

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

Trump and his administration are in a free fall

Twenty thousand counter protestors showed up on the Boston Commons to counter a “free speech” rally that had been planned. The ones promoting free speech were apparently looking to

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

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

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