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Do We Dare Call It Treason…The Case Against Donald J. Trump-Part 2

What makes the case of treason difficult under the definition stated in the Constitution of the United States in Article III is the phrase “levying War against them”, meaning the states of the United States. The framers of the Constitution 240 years ago would not have been able to envision the digital world we live in of computers, social media, trolls and bots, cyber-attacks, and the ability to spread misinformation with lighting speed to millions of viewers on the internet.

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“Time’s Up”…2018 Will Hear Women Roar!

I have always thought, and my experience has confirmed that better decisions, solutions and political debate occurs when women hold an active part in determining legislative policies. Unfortunately, in today’s political climate women play a minority role from state and local government to the halls of Congress. Women are the majority in this country, yet when have you ever seen women hold anything close to a majority in your state legislature or either house in Congress? The answer is obvious. Never! That is about to change, and we will all be better for it.

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Russian Meddling In Our Election?…Not A Problem For The Trump Administration

On January 2. 2017, the Obama White House issued this statement. “Russia’s cyber activities were intended to influence the election, erode faith in US democratic institutions, sow doubt about the integrity of our electoral process, and undermine confidence in the institutions of the US government. These actions are unacceptable and will not be tolerated.”

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Let’s Quit Dancing Around The Immigration Debate And Call It What It Really Is!

America is not perfect. It never has been. But it is still the best hope for those who wish to leave their ancestral homes and seek a new life in an unknown land. And those who breed fear and bigotry have no sense of what this country has been all about since its beginning two and a half centuries ago. The question at this time in our history is whether or not we will call on our “better angels” to turn back those intent on dividing us on basis of the color one’s skin rather than the character of one’s soul.

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What Millennials Want…Insights Democrats Need To Know For 2018

Creating jobs and making education beyond K-12 affordable go hand in hand. Public education has always been the great economic equalizer. Most of the changes listed above regarding affordability apply here as well. However, there are several realities that exist that should be considered. The unemployment and underemployment rates are higher among Millennials of color, especially those in the inner cities, and young white Millennials in rural areas. Jobs are not going to be created for these areas without a significant re-prioritizing of public and private spending. The following are several realities that need to be addressed by those expecting to receive support from Millennials in 2018.