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The ‘New Yorker’ Looks At Climate Change: No Matter How Worried You Are It’s Probably Not Enough

by Michael John Scott It’s truly much worse than you might think, this climate change, especially if you’re a parent with young children, or a grandparent. The future doesn’t hold…

Trump ‘Drains the Swamp’ By Filling White House With Washington Insiders

Despite his campaign promise to “drain the swamp” as president, Donald Trump’s White House features the former Capitol Hill staffers, Republican National Committee staffers, elite D.C. lawyers and career employees…

Trump Campaign Desperate for Clinton Dirt

A Kremlin-connected lawyer at the center of a controversial meeting with Donald Trump Jnr. denied she was offering damaging information about presidential candidate Hillary Clinton to the Trump campaign. “I…

Will ‘The Rock’ Run For President?

What’s that smell? The Rock cooking up a presidential campaign—possibly. A committee set up to back professional wrestler-turned-actor Dwayne Johnson for president in 2020 filed with Federal Election Commission (FEC)…

Meet Donald Trump Jr.’s New Lawyer

First son Donald Trump Jr. retained an attorney on Monday as fallout continued from his admission that he met with a Russian lawyer last summer who promised to dig up…

Why I No Longer Think It ‘Can’t Get Much Worse’

by Brenda Lee January 20, 2017, I wake up and Trump is president. I say, this is going to be a disaster; that Trump is a dangerous cult leader. Trump…

Does Trump Jr.’s Admission Prove the President Lied?

Donald Trump Jr.’s admission this weekend that he met with a Kremlin-linked lawyer who said she had dirt on his father’s presidential campaign rival Hillary Clinton contradicts claims by the…

Chris Christie: New Jersey’s Very Own Son Of A Beach

by Burr Deming The election of 1962 in the city of Newark, New Jersey, was ugly. It got to be a contest of ethnic prejudice. The city was mostly black,…

Meet Bernie Sanders’ 2018 Challenger

Senator Bernie Sanders (I-Vermont) remains incredibly popular in his state and he certainly energized a portion of the left during his bid for the Democratic nomination in 2016. But at…

The Dark History of the Cecil Hotel Reads Like An American Horror Story

by Caroline Taylor The Cecil Hotel in Downtown Los Angeles has long served as the inspiration for any number of spooky stories, including the recent American Horror Story: Hotel. With recent…

When In Pain With Nowhere To Go, Homeless Patients Find Respite In Writing Group

BOSTON – In Justin Devlin’s stories, his pain is the villain. He is the superhero in a wheelchair, kicking his illness to the curb, sentencing his constant pain to a…

Where Have You Gone Joe McCarthy?

I started building and listening to radios in the late 1950's when the 'short waves' were dominated by Radio Free Europe and Radio Moscow. Powerful transmitters and directional antennae on…

How Trump Used Poland Event To Attack Obama, Press, And CIA

The Morning Joe crew is more than a little disgusted with Trump’s press conference in Warsaw this morning, because he took the opportunity once again to blame his favorite targets,…

North Korean Missile Firing Demands More Than A Tweet

by Dr Mark Bear According to the Washington Post North Korea has launched yet another ballistic missile. The difference this time – and, of course, you must take things which come…