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Feinstein’s release of Fusion transcript

Feinstein released testimony from Fusion official before the investigation is over.  She says it’s the full testimony, but significant parts have been redacted.  You can go read it.  Problem is, so can witnesses who had not yet given their testimony, so now they can check their stories in advance. Oddly, while Feinstein ignoring committee chairman […]

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Government Cookie Jars

Who has total control of our tax dollars? Who takes them? Who decides where they go? Who decides to raise our taxes and take more from us to give to others? Who is who chooses to give some firms our tax dollars as corporate welfare? Politicians. Corporations do lobby for money and favorable legislature, and […]

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Our Little Citizens- Primary Education Article, January, 1920 Part 1

SEveral things struck me about this article, some negative, some positive, some just historically interesting.  See what you think. Our Little Citizens Etta V. Leighton Civic Secretary, National Security League Book,  1920 January, 1920, must be more than “Happy New Year” month for teachers and children. There can hardly be a teacher anywhere who is […]

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Why Trump?

I wrote this Thursday night, the 3rd. Something happened and it disappeared and I could not find it again. It showed back up Sunday morning the 6th, in my drafts, for some reason. I feel like parts of it are already out of date or redundant, but parts of it are still useful, so I […]

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supreme-court, what next?

First President in US History to Have Voted to Filibuster a Supreme Court Nominee Now Hopes for Clean Process Dems in Senate passed a resolution in 1960 against election year Supreme Court appointments (GOP opposed it). And since we haven’t got statesmen, only partisan hacks more interested in maintaining their fiefdoms than their principles, it […]

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