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In Pennsylvania, Georgia and Everywhere Else, All Politics Is Local

It’s a sunny Saturday afternoon, and Richard E. Frey, of neighboring New Oxford, sits alone behind a desk in the cheery office of the Adams County Democratic Party. Continue Reading....

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Obama-Caesar vs Trump-Caesar: Two (Very Different) Tales

Since New York Public Theaters Central Park rendition of Julius Caesar became the focal point of national controversy, a metaphor of the new era of political violence that Donald Trumps election to the presidency has provoked the left to inaugurate, the plays defenders have argued …

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Hypocritical Responses to the Shooting of Steve Scalise and the Vehicular Killing of a Muslim

In the last week, America and the UK have been rocked by two violent attacks, one targeting a conservative Republican in the States and the other targeting religious Muslims in England. Continue Reading....

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A Fatherly Manner

Statistics about the decline of fatherhood are very sobering, but Im not here to bring readers down or to make people feel bad if they did not have or dont have a happy family life. Continue Reading....

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If a Trump Supporter Had Shot a Democratic Congressman

What would have happened if a Trump supporter had shot a Democratic congressman and other Democratic Washington officials? Continue Reading....

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Federal Judge Rules Cross Violates Law and Must Be Removed

Atheists across the fruited plain are rejoicing after a federal judge declared that a cross erected in a Florida park violated the law and must come down. Continue Reading....

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Attack Near Mosque Shows Terrorism in All Forms Must be Condemned

Americans are awakening this week to news of yet another terrorist strike in London, the British capital. While the story will continuously develop, early indications are that the victims were Muslims targeted by a man and his associates who deliberately drove their van over the …

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In Discussing Middle East Policy, US Should Acknowledge the Goal of Regime Change

The election of Donald Trump last year set the stage for major changes in U.S. foreign policy and particularly American policy toward the Islamic Republic of Iran. Continue Reading....

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The Many Differences Between 'Obama-Caesar' and 'Trump-Caesar'

Over Fathers Day weekend, on Friday and Sunday nights, Trump-supporting protesters crashed the New York Public Theaters Trump-centric adaptation of Julius Caesar, demanding an end to the normalization of political violence. Continue Reading....

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If The Left Wins Their Soft Coup, Everyone Loses – But Mostly Them

If you end the rule of law, you begin the rule of power, and the rule of power means the folks with the most guns rule. Continue Reading....

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