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  • Enough With The Russia Nonsense Last week the American media establishment and far too many political pundits used rather extreme hyperbole to classify Michael Flynn’s contacts with the Russians as “potentially treasonous.” They went on to do the same with regard to the supposedly many Russian contacts the Trump presidential campaign had also had. Implicit in all of this is ...
  • Here’s How To Build A President ”Maybe You Could Be President Someday…” This phrase has probably been uttered to hundreds of millions of American children throughout our country’s 240 year history. Yet during that time only 44 people have actually held that job. It is no wonder that when we tell the stories of our presidents we marvel at the individual efforts and the ...
  • 10 Reasons Why Gay Dating Is Really Hard Dating is difficult in general, but gay dating is even harder. Being gay adds another level of complexity to the dating process, and because we’re all men, we make this process of looking for a mate all the more difficult. Our walls are high, our hearts are guarded, and we’re still all figuring out exactly what ...
  • The ‘Terrorist’ In The White House Donald Trump got elected as U.S. President on a platform that included a lot of changes that appealed to many people. Trump promised to “Make America Great Again” by bringing back the high paying jobs that had moved overseas thanks to a Democratic Party that did nothing to stop them. Trump would also make “America Safe ...
  • Antarctica Is Undergoing An Extraordinary Melt Like a snowball released from the top of the mountain, gaining momentum as it descends, Earth’s record-breaking heat is melting Antarctica at a stunning rate. The area of sea ice surrounding Antarctica is the lowest since the inception of continuous record keeping began in 1979 and it’s still tumbling. Last year, all signs were pointing towards this ...
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  • The Impeachment Of Hillary Clinton Satire. February 20 – House Judiciary Chair Bob Goodlatte (R-VA) announced today that the impeachment proceeding against President Hillary Clinton would proceed directly to a vote of the full House. “We know everything we need to know,” said Goodlatte. “This woman belongs in prison, or worse, for the high crime of treason.” House Speaker Paul Ryan added, “We knew ...
  • ‘Blacks For Trump 2020’ Is Trump’s Latest Con They had the best, closest and most visible spot in the crowd behind Trump at his much-touted recent pep rally in Melbourne, Florida. “They” being the handful of blacks that enthusiastically waved the “Blacks for Trump” signs behind him. The black Trump boosters didn’t stop there. They promoted and ballyhooed their website, primping Trump’s presumed ...
  • Empathy As Resistance In Trump’s America Recently, and of course very belatedly, I had the chance to watch the Netflix original documentary series Making a Murderer (2015). As many friends had assured me I would be, I was struck by a number of elements of the series, from the egregious, repeated failures of the justice system to many moments of quiet ...
  • 9 Signs You’re Dealing With An Emotional Manipulator We all know what it feels like to be emotionally manipulated. It can be extremely effective, which is why some unscrupulous individuals do it so much. A few years ago, Facebook, in conjunction with researchers from Cornell and the University of California, conducted an experiment in which they intentionally played with the emotions of 689,000 users ...
  • Trump And The 75th Anniversary Of The Japanese Internment Today marks the 75th anniversary of President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s signing of the executive order that authorized the internment of 120,000 men, women, and children of Japanese descent during World War II. As we contemplate the actions of the Trump administration in matters pertaining to national security, it is imperative that we remember and reflect ...
  • President Trump, Here’s A Lesson On Chicago: The Feds Can’t Fix It Dear President Trump, You seem to have a strong dislike towards Chicago. Is it due to the fact that Chicago was the only city in the country, during your presidential campaign, where you were afraid to take the stage in? Or is it because former President Obama adopted Chicago as his hometown? I know you weren’t ...
  • Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is. Vote With Your Dollars Are you feeling disempowered? Don’t feel as if your voice is heard, especially now that the election is over? What can you do and will it make a difference? As a consumer, you have immense power with your spending. The Power Of The Purse If you’ve been watching the political commentary (or reading the President’s tweets), the ...
  • We’re A Nation At War, But Will It Ever End? Last week, Army General Raymond “Tony” Thomas, head of U.S. Special Operations Command (SOCOM), expressed his dismay about the Trump administration. “Our government continues to be in unbelievable turmoil,” Thomas opined. “I hope they sort it out soon because we’re a nation at war.” What does that mean, we’re a nation at war?  Many will think ...
  • 8 No-Brainer Dinners For Busy Nights For those nights when you have to hit the kitchen running, it’s handy to have a few stress-free recipes in your back pocket. From Chicken Tacos to Turkey, Spinach & Cheese Meatballs, all of these recipes are easy to fix and guaranteed to please. 1. Chicken Tacos My kids love these chicken tacos. They’re a healthier ...
  • Trump’s Actions Speak Louder Than His Words There are many theories about how Donald Trump was elected president. One explanation is to take a saying that Trump is fond of and flip it: Many Americans had lost so much—decent jobs, a secure retirement, their homes, and the confidence that their children will be better off than they are—they got tired of losing ...
  • If Charter Schools Don’t Reject This Doctine, They’ll Cease To Be Labs of Innovation Regulations are strangling the charter sector. Panic struck the education establishment over the election of President Donald Trump and his selection of school choice advocate Betsy DeVos for U.S. secretary of education. There was fear that she would preside over a dramatic expansion of nontraditional forms of education, including charter schools. But even senators who opposed ...
  • Breast Cancer: If Tomorrow Never Comes When I wake up in the morning, I usually spend some time doing a little meditation and then planning out what I want to accomplish for the day. But today was a little different. I couldn’t get out of my mind the last article that I had read the previous evening of a woman who ...
  • How To Afford Youth Sports On A Budget It’s safe to say sports run in our family. And though I never was an athlete, we do surround ourselves with sports. We work for an NBA team and regional sports network. We go to baseball and basketball games when we’re not working as our “date nights.”  And we’ve tried to introduce our girls into ...
  • Dissecting Gardner’s Thoughts On The ‘Paid Protesters’ Allegedly Hounding Him Shaun Boyd, the political reporter for Denver’s CBS affiliate, touched a nerve when she reported Jan. 27 that U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO) thinks many of the calls and emails he’s gotten lately have been from “paid protesters.” Since his interview with Boyd, Gardner has returned to the topic at least three times in interviews. Here’s a ...