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Owning History

Published by Anonymous (not verified) on Wed, 14/10/2020 - 4:02am in

Trump’s words about patriotic education ring hollow when the news of the day makes it seem that the administration is more interested in staying in power than in protecting our democratic government. Continue reading

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Trump’s Newest Pre-Existing Condition: COVID-19

Published by Anonymous (not verified) on Wed, 07/10/2020 - 5:39am in

Almost three-fourths of Americans favor preserving protections for pre-existing conditions, which the Affordable Care Act does. For four years, Donald Trump has lied about his commitment to keeping those protections in place. In fact, in a case set for oral argument before the US Supreme Court on November 10, the Trump administration is urging the Court to invalidate the entire ACA, including protections for pre-existing conditions. Continue reading

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Back to Normal

Published by Anonymous (not verified) on Wed, 30/09/2020 - 4:28pm in

One of the more persuasive arguments in favor of supporting Joe Biden is that things would go back to normal after Donald Trump leaves office. For those of us who remember what normal was, and is, that’s not necessarily appealing.

“Quick, Look Over There”

Published by Anonymous (not verified) on Wed, 23/09/2020 - 3:30am in

Trump and his loyalists would likely prefer people not to notice that his poll numbers continue to be bad. For him to convince people that a loss for him means the election has been stolen, he has to make people think he is running more strongly than he is. The administration is trying to deflect attention from the pandemic, financial crime reports and poll numbers. Continue reading

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