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How #Trump Could Lose the Election—And Still Remain President | Opinion

Opinion How Trump Could Lose the Election—And Still Remain President | Opinion Source: Newsweek Timothy E. Wirth and Tom Rogers , Editor-at-Large for NewsweekOn 7/3/20 at 6:00 AM EDT Who Will Joe Biden Pick As His Vice Presidential Running Mate? … Continue reading

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How Far Bill Barr Has Fallen

How Far Bill Barr Has Fallen Source: The Atlantic If people cannot believe one another, communication breaks down, trust becomes impossible, and society corrodes. And people cannot trust the attorney general. Charles Fried Professor of law at Harvard and solicitor … Continue reading

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Trump’s Halting Walk Down Ramp Raises New Health Questions

By Maggie Haberman The president also appeared to have trouble raising a glass of water to his mouth during a speech at West Point a day before he turned 74, the oldest a president has been in his first term. … Continue reading

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#TrumpSummit: #Trump, #Treason, #Traitor!

The President of the USA fails to protect the country from an ongoing attack by Russia. Let that sink in… The whole premise of government, according to the Social Contract Theory of Hobbes, of Locke, and of Rousseau, is protection. … Continue reading

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BEYOND TRUMP: “A Time Comes When Silence Is Betrayal”

“A time comes when silence is betrayal.” The truth of these words is beyond doubt, but the mission to which they call us is a most difficult one. Even when pressed by the demands of inner truth, men do not … Continue reading

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‘The Lowest White Man’ by Charles M. Blow| New York Times OP-ED COLUMNIST

As an African-American, I know that it is an extremely rare occasion, when the truth about racial division and discrimination in the United States of America is so openly and eloquently, and most importantly, understandably, offered for public consumption, as … Continue reading

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#BenedictDonald: A Comparative Analysis Of Benedict Arnold, Donald #Trump, And #Treason

With the election of Donald Trump as the 45th President of the USA, America once again is forced to realize that the real threat to its liberties has always come, not from its foreign enemies, but from its enemies within. … Continue reading

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