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Another day, another act from the Trump administration with no basis except for white supremacy. Thousands of immigrants from Nicaragua who came to the United States illegally, many of them decades ago, will lose special permission allowing them to stay in the country, the Trump administration said on Monday. However, officials from the Department of […]

Samurai

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On November 5, 2017

OK. U.S. President Donald Trump has said Japan should have shot down the North Korean missiles that flew over the country before landing in the Pacific Ocean earlier this year, diplomatic sources have

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I’ve been in San Diego the last few days, drinking many many delicious unbalanced IPAs, all of first rate quality. God bless you San Diego brewers. Trips to Stone, Ballast Point (a mere 52 of their own beers on tap, not even counting the different flavored Sculpins and the like), Green Flash, Mission, and Pizza […]

The 95 Theses

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On October 31, 2017

500 years ago today, Martin Luther nailed his 95 Theses to the door of the Wittenberg Castle Church. A lapsed Lutheran, yet someone who also has opinions, I present to you my own 95 Theses. These are

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Dishonest Actors at The Intercept

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On October 26, 2017
Recent great hires at The Intercept have forced me off of my position to never read anything sponsored by that site curated by racist Rand Paul-curious dishonest libertarian Russian stooge Glenn Greenwald. But that doesn’t mean that the site isn’t still dominated by bros who attack black politicians and defend white politicians time and time […]

On Populism

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On October 25, 2017

You want to know something that really bothers me about how the liberal/left remembers American history? It’s how we think about the Populists. Of course we filter our understanding of the past

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