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Press Pause: Shows That Ended Too Early

Ask any True blood fan and they’ll agree that it ended two seasons later than necessary.  Not all shows are given the luxury of drawn out story lines (*cough* Lost). 1,198 more words

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Farewell, Steve Bannon

Steve Bannon’s rise to fame and (some) power was at least as much the product of the media as of his intellect.  He proffered various cockamamie ideas about the Deep State and the enemies in media, and he certainly helped shape Trump’s biases against immigrants, women, minorities, Jews, and—well, you name it.  296 more words

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A Proposal to Move From Threats to Talks with North Korea

What might it take to create a breakthrough to resumption of US-North Korea talks?  The experiences of prior diplomacy suggest an answer: a special emissary of the president to meet with Kim Jong-un.  281 more words

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APB: Rex Tillerson Speaks on North Korea

On August 1 Secretary of State Tillerson gave his first press briefing since taking office. He spoke mainly about North Korea policy.  It is a perfectly sensible statement, containing none of the usual threatening language that other Trump administration officials, as well as Trump himself, have used.   637 more words

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Mayor: Next up, we have a bit of a celebrity. Mr. Gideon Reeves of Reeves Industries. He’ll be making a presentation for us. Welcome Mr. Reeves. 458 more words

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APB: The US-China-North Korea Tangle

It’s not too early to sound alarm bells about the downward turn in US-China relations.  Trump’s evident frustration with China over its presumed failure to rein in North Korea has already led to a number of steps that have rankled Beijing.  359 more words

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