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It Can Happen Here.

I was born in 1949, four scant years after the end of World War II.  My father had been a B17 navigator in the Army Air Corp and flew more than 20 missions over Germany.  1,763 more words

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Wild Championship Saturday for High School Hoops

There were plenty of down-to-the-wire finishes across Kansas today, as several teams celebrated state championships. Holcomb was one of those teams, knocking off Pratt 60-45. 251 more words

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Turnbull Wildlife Refuge Loop

Established in 1937, the Turnbull National Wildlife Refuge is a 17,000-acre sanctuary for migratory birds, located south of Cheney, WA. The loop hike stretches across the southern half of the public section, an area of scattered lakes, seasonal wetlands, open grasslands, and Ponderosa forests. 685 more words

Hiking

MIDNIGHT'S "OF COURSE!"

Actually, after midnight last night.

To confirm what had pulled us up short in the early a.m., today we went to Google and entered, “Cheney, leaks, pre-Iran, NYTimes, Judith…” 389 more words

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The Enemy of Our Enemy is NOT Our Friend — Fallacies of False Flags and False Friends

“The enemy of my enemy is my friend”

So says the millennia-old proverb attributed to, or practiced by virtually everybody since the Pharaohs.  But despite its resilience, history… 1,723 more words

Small Town History

The landscape of eastern Washington is undeniably defined by Spokane. With a population of over 210,000 it dominates the area, but there was a time when a small town nearby held the county seat for Spokane County. 510 more words

Through the Looking Glass: Friends and Enemies in the World of Trump

Through the Looking Glass
How Can We Recognize Our Friends in the Mixed-Up World of Donald Trump?

(This piece first appeared at tomdispatch.com. 3,172 more words

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