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Romney, Dred Scott, and the Supreme Court

In March 2016, President Barack Obama moved to fill a Supreme Court vacancy created by the death of Justice Antonin Scalia. Republican Senators, in the majority, refused to hold hearings for Obama’s nominee to replace Scalia, Merrick Garland. 2,942 more words


State of the States: Indiana

During his 2020 primary campaign, (which now seems 1,000 years ago) Pete Buttigieg claimed electoral legitimacy because he won re-election being openly gay in “Mike Pence’s Indiana.” It’s a good setup. 843 more words

Assange "suffering from severe depression", High risk of suicide “if extradition appears imminent.”, Witness Prof. Michael Kopelman September 22, 2020

Assange “suffering from severe depression”, High risk of suicide “if extradition appears imminent.”, Witness Prof. Michael Kopelman September 22, 2020

“Replying to this last point, the prosecution pointed out that a Grand Jury against Assange had been established by Obama and there was no indication the investigation had been closed. 531 more words

Citizens For The Truth About Obama

Obama Urges Supporters To Volunteer As Poll Workers

Former President Obama is urging his supporters to become poll workers for the upcoming election. Obama tweeted that volunteering at their local polling place is a way to help the community and make sure “this election is run safely and fairly.” The former president also shared a link to the “More than a Vote” website. 32 more words

News And Headlines

Dreams from My Father by Barack Obama

If you’re listening to the audiobook version, brace yourselves. Read by the President himself, it’s marvelous. Learn about President Barack Obama’s childhood, family history, and his community engagement work in Chicago. 72 more words


The Way America Could End

We’re being set up for a civil war. The Left is grooming us for an Eastern European-style revolution this election, and they’re not even trying to hide it any more. 91 more words

On The Front Lines

Vote Your Conscience

This will be a monumental election, 2020, in America. Many have voted for the candidate of their choice, either from a party or racial identity. As a nation, we elected Barack Obama as president not because of race; but because of his message to American. 431 more words