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[Professor’s warning] The Farce in Washington

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The Farce in Washington by Gennady Shkliarevsky   Karl Marx once remarked: “History repeats itself. First time as tragedy and second time as farce.” Many decades ago, in 1933, at the beginning of the Nazi era, the Nazis...

Trump Concedes Election in Video Message

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President Trump conceded the election to President-elect Joe Biden in an overnight Twitter video. https://youtu.be/nCxGBU3KpHI Trump began his video message by condemning the violence at the Capitol. He said he was “outraged by the violence, lawlessness,...

But Now That We Are Here

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Opinion But Now That We Are Here As I sit here thinking and writing about being a witness to the day our Republic was publicly lost to the lying, cheating, and stealing party of democratic progressive...

From a Professor Emeritus at Bard College: Fellow Americans, patriots, friends,

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Opinion Fellow Americans, patriots, friends, The last several years have cemented us into a community. We are very different. We are mainstream America. Like the rest of America, we have a different skin color.  We are...

The Shot Heard Round the World 2.0

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The Boston Massacre refers to the five unarmed civilians who were shot and killed by the British military on March 5, 1770.Subsequent to that, on April 19, 1775, there was a skirmish between American...

Woman Shot in Congress as Protester Sits in Senate Chair

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A woman was shot by police inside the Senate chambers after protesters breached the Capitol building during the Electoral College proceedings. The exact condition of the woman is unknown, although she is reported to...

And you thought 2020 was bad!

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We were all glad to see 2020 in the rear view mirror. We had such high hopes that 2021 would be a much better year. Boy, were we wrong!The new year is less than...

Voter Turnout in Georgia’s Expensive Senate Runoff Lighter than Expected

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Voter turnout in the Georgia Senate runoff election appears to be lighter than expected, according to Georgia’s Secretary of State’s office. “I’m hearing of virtually no lines across the state,” said Jordan Fuchs, Georgia’s...

Georgia Polls Close at 7 PM Today – Senate Control Hangs in the Balance

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Polls close in Georgia at 7 PM tonight for the Senate runoff election. Control of the Senate hangs in the balance.Both Senate seats are up for grabs following the November 3rd election. Since none...

This Week in History: Jan 4-10, 2021

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This Week in Historyby Dianne Hermann“If ever a time should come, when vain and aspiring men shall possess the highest seats in Government, our country will stand inneed of its experienced patriots to prevent...