Coronavirus timeline shows politicians’, media’s changing rhetoric on risk of pandemic

Link to Original Post: https://tinyurl.com/covidtimeline As reporters looked on during a contentious White House briefing this week, President Trump stepped aside and played a brief video showing several media figures downplaying the coronavirus in Continue Reading →

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‘Keep Politics Out of Policing’

On July 4, 2020, Toledo police officer Anthony Dia was shot and killed in the line of duty. During Dia’s final radio broadcast he asked the dispatcher to “tell my Continue Reading →

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On This Independence Day, Celebrate And Reflect

On a rainy July 4, 1863, the fate of a once unified nation had all but been decided. The Confederate Army of Northern Virginia was in retreat, having been defeated Continue Reading →

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‘Tokenism’? Democrats Slight First African-American Candidate For NH Ed Board

For those of you who may not be aware, the first-ever African-American candidate for the New Hampshire State Board of Education, Ryan Terrell, was rejected by the state Executive Council Continue Reading →

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Tip: Don’t Taunt Any Dog, Especially A Police Dog

This dog is my new hero pic.twitter.com/9wzSe2Hgkb — Joel Fischer (@JFNYC1) June 3, 2020

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Heather Mac Donald on Protests Following George Floyd’s Killing

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Shame on the Shamers

“You should socially shame them, so they fall in line.” – Providence Rhode Island Mayor Jorge Elorza Like many of you I have found myself embroiled in numerous discussions regarding Continue Reading →

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Shame On Those Doing The Shaming

“You should socially shame them, so they fall in line.” – Providence, Rhode Island, Mayor Jorge Elorza Like many of you I have found myself embroiled in numerous discussions regarding Continue Reading →

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The Tiger King and Coronavirus

We can say without equivocation that we are the “Tiger King” Nation. I can’t think of anything more appropriate than the fact the top trending TV show in America right Continue Reading →

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What Parents Teach Us In Crisis

“Fallin’ down isn’t hard, it’s the getting up we struggle with.” Some of you observed that I spoke of my parents in my last article yet focused on my mother Continue Reading →

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