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Revolution Isn’t Repetitive Evolution, Bernie

Bernie SandersBack in 1968, as Richard Nixon was stealing the White House from Hubert Humphrey, courtesy of southern bigot George Wallace, you were settling in Vermont hoping for a start in a political career; and I, too, was starting a business career after receiving an MBA diploma from UCLA. Quite a year that 1968, not just for us but for our country; a nation divided thanks to an ongoing war in Vietnam, and two iconic men assassinated in barely two months: Martin Luther King, Jr. (April 4) and Robert Kennedy (June 6).

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Getting It Wrong about the Orlando Massacre

Orlando massacre Though it seems to fit the political agendas of both Republicans and Democrats, the assertion that the shooter responsible for the Orlando massacre was motivated by the Islamic State (ISIS) is certainly wrong. This conclusion is supported by the recent testimony of CIA Chief John Brennan before the Senate intelligence committee.

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Bigopats: 'Undocumented' Largest Group in American Politics

Donald TrumpFinally! Thanks to Donald Trump entering presidential politics, the closeted majority of bigopats can now exercise their vocal chords and become overt in their patriotism and other personal preferences without being pointed at, or even publicly shamed. At last, Americans are now openly able to defy, show disdain for political correctness, and join in open liturgy, and not just in spirit, those patriotic militias; and, most importantly, erect the promised wall and validate the hope to “Make America Great Again!”

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Conquest and Tyranny versus Peace and Justice

settlersPaine wrote these words in 1791 in defense of the French Revolution, 300 years ago. How ironic that the French should rise again in a valiant attempt to reassert the “indefeasible hereditary Rights of Man” applied now to peace and justice in the mid-East, most particularly for the people of Palestine but reflective of the interests of all nations both in progress and in promise of a new era for the human race.

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Two 'Presumptive' Presidential Candidates: Bigots All Around

Donald Trump, Hillary ClintonTo find bigots in political office in the United States is not historically unusual. In fact, up until the 1960s and the Civil Rights Movement, publicly recognizable bigots in office were the norm in many parts of the country. Even in the post-1960s era we find presidents such as Nixon and Reagan who could be openly bigoted. However, most recent office holders have known enough to keep their prejudices off of the public airwaves.

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