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Ending racism in the US

Top photo is a YouTube screenshot of Brooklyn Center, MN protests over the police killing of Daunte Wright https://youtu.be/q7LWzVX4Q2g This was recently posted on Instagram by MSNBC host Joyann Reid, which was a tweet from Anita Ward’s Bell, poet Danez […]

Ending racism in the US

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Top photo is a YouTube screenshot of Brooklyn Center, MN protests over the police killing of Daunte Wright https://youtu.be/q7LWzVX4Q2g This was recently posted on Instagram by MSNBC host Joyann Reid, which was a tweet from Anita Ward’s Bell, poet Danez […]

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Election 2020 trudges on

Top photo by Tim Forkes Sitting here on Wednesday morning, November 4, 2020, I’m wondering how the Democratic Party got it so wrong about Florida and Texas. How did the

Anal boils, bone spurs and heroic losers, what the US has become

Image by StockSnap from Pixabay One sign of a democratic and ethical society is how it protects its most vulnerable. As I have written in past articles, the U.S. often

Greg Lindberg Discloses 8 Reasons Why the Public Should Demand That the FBI, the N.C. State Bureau of Investigation and the N.C. Attorney General Investigate Mike Causey

Mike Causey (File photo) DURHAM, N.C. / October 4th, – Greg Lindberg, founder of Global Growth group of companies, today released a report listing eight reasons why federal and state

Bernie ends his bid after Wisconsin voters show great courage in primary

This is a bit of a sad day for the Democratic Party. Uplifting for sure, but with a touch of sadness — and anger. First of all, there are

Bernie Sanders is leading and the DNC better get ready

This is it, this is when the Democratic presidential campaigns get real. First the Nevada Caucuses and then the South Carolina primary. Senator Bernie Sanders is the odds-on favorite

The Republican party is dead

BALTIMORE– The last time we had a Republican mayor in my home town, his name was Theodore McKeldin, and the last time I saw him, he was delivering my

Former Democratic senator: Republicans likely to maintain control of the Senate

WASHINGTON – Former Sen. Byron Dorgan (D-N.D.) said Republicans are likely to maintain control of the Senate following November’s midterm elections. “I think the odds favor the Republicans holding their

District 30 Senate contest presents sharp contrasts in GOP’s ‘Drive for Five’

Gov. Larry Hogan, right, endorsed former delegate Ron George, center, for state Senate Tuesday, along with Senate Minority Leader J.B. Jennings, left. By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com In the Republican “Drive for Five,”

Reader asks: Why are Republicans still supporting Trump?

Dear Editor, If the polls are right that 90% of the Republicans are still supporting Trump even though his administration is responsible for separating innocent children from their immigrant parents

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