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America's Fail-Safe Document

I realize that on the 4th of July we naturally celebrate the “Declaration of Independence.” And I know that we owe an enormous debt to the words of that document, to the hearts of the courageous men who signed it, and to their blood willingly spilled to bring its ideals to birth. 1,071 more words

The Left's Desperate Search for a Russian Connection (#SustainableAmerica)

In spite of the fact that James Comey and other leaders on the left have repeatedly acknowledged there is no evidence of Russian collusion in the 2016 U.S. 728 more words


U.S. Constitution – 2017 – Post #7

U.S. Constitution – 2017 – Post #7

What is Amendment XVI of the U.S. Constitution?

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Passed by Congress July 2, 1909. 62 more words

A. C. Cockerill

Patricide and prejudice in Twelve Angry Men

“We don’t owe him a thing. He got a fair trial, didn’t he? What d’you think the trial cost? He’s lucky he got it. Know what I mean?” 734 more words


Filosofa Thinks ...

I don’t really mind being called a ‘snowflake’ … snowflakes are beautiful, each one unique, delicate and lacy.  The term in itself does not offend me.  1,317 more words

Social Commentary


On this day in 1973 the U.S. Senate began their hearings on the Watergate scandal- the hearings would last until August 7th. The three major networks at the time agreed to take turns in telecasting the hearings. 197 more words


Trump Consumes All the Oxygen in Washington

W.J. Astore

Another day, another Trump scandal, this one stemming from a memo written by the former FBI director, James Comey, in the aftermath of a private conversation he had with the President.   396 more words

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