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When Trump rode the down-elevator to give his speech announcing he was running for President, he was accompanied by the darkest of clouds, even darker than the clouds when the Krakatoa volcano erupted in 1883.  All hell broke loose in 1883, as it did in 2015.  A cold chill emerged from the Trump basement, and […]
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During WWII under German occupation of most of Europe, in many large cities, Paris, Warsaw, for example, thousands of Jewish Childress, young and old women and men were rounded up, arrested and forced into death camps. Vel’ d’Hiv Roundup (French: Rafle du Vélodrome d’Hiver, commonly called the Rafle du Vel’ d’Hiv: “Vel’ d’Hiv Police Roundup / Raid”) was […]
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The Art of Teaching Science by Jack Hassard - 1M ago
In my view, the Democrats need to act, and fulfill their Constitutional Duty to oversee the Executive Branch, and to make determinations about improper conduct and potential criminal activity.
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When the redacted Mueller Report was released, it was clear in hundreds of former federal prosecutors that Donald Trump had committed obstruction of justice many times to prevent the Mueller investigation to continue unbridled. Many prosecutors said that Trump would be charged for crimes if were not President. His attorney, who happens to be the […]
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In our collective memories, the United States has not experienced an election as it did in the 2016 Presidential Election in which Donald Trump was elected and Hilary Clinton was defeated.  Trump attained 304 electoral votes, while Clinton got 227 electoral votes.  However, in the popular vote, Clinton got 65,853,514, while Trump received 62,984,828, a […]
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The Russians used to active social media measures to influence the 2016 presidential campaign to favor of a positive outcome for the Trump Campaign and to disparage the campaign of Hilary Clinton. Two Russian organizations conspired to affect the election outcome through social media operations—active measures. The Internet Research Agency (IRA), a Russian organization, funded […]
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I received a letter from Ed Johnson questioning the rationale for naming the APS central office, “The Alonzo A. Crim Center for Learning and Leadership.” Dr. Crim was superintendent of the Atlanta Public Schools, 1973 – 1988, and then became Professor of Education at Georgia State University where he established a new chair, the Benjamin […]
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Trump’s behavior over the current shut down is further evidence of his obsession with having total control over the United States government.  His two recent televised threats to the nation underscore his utter believe in himself  and utter contempt for democratic decision-making.   He shows absolutely no empathy for more than 800,000 Federal workers not […]

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