By Marc Keyser Force Congress to pass gun control… just cost them MONEY.     LOVE THINE ENEMY Call Bank of America 954-227-6696 shower them with love, jam their phones, cost them MONEY to Force Congress to pass common-sense gun laws… in a hell of a hurry. A million people marched on Washington in support of the…

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When I was a little boy, I was very fond of giant monster movies. You know the sort. The ones with men in rubber suits pretending to be a hundred feet tall. Later, of course, I realized how ridiculous they were. But, at the time, they seemed genuinely terrifying. And I was always a sucker…

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Fascinating article over on Truthout this week. Maya Schenwar, the pub’s editor-in-chief, argues in A Call to the Media: Let’s Go Beyond “Preserving Democracy” argues that news media needs to go beyond the traditional role of “defending democracy,” and actually start trying to build democracy. This position is a bit startling. For long generations, the…

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It’s been hard to keep up this week. Seems like things are popping everywhere. But, as best as we can keep track of it all, here are some of the more interesting articles that have been on the web this week. John Dowd, Trump’s personal mouthpiece…er, lawyer…has just resigned. The Washington Post notes “Dowd’s departure…

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The following video represents LiberalResistance.net’s response to the firing of former FBI deputy director Andrew Mc­Cabe:               Text follows Late Friday, Attorney General Jeff Sessions, acting surely on Donald Trump’s instructions, fired former FBI deputy director Andrew Mc­Cabe. It was done in the most degrading and insulting way possible,…

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Lots of stuff to check out on the web this week. Among other things, be sure to give the following a look: Quartz offers Aamna Mohdin’s piece, “The richest families in Florence in 1427 are still the richest families in Florence.” It seems that a recent study has shown that the same families have controlled…

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My father used to tell me a story about his youth. When he left the navy, he went back to work for a while at an aircraft factory in Wichita, Kansas. (Wichita is, btw, the nation’s capital when it comes to small and private plane manufacturing. Beechcraft, Cessna, and Learjet, all had their start there.)…

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Today I went to the site of the Parody Project on Youtube. I went hoping to get a quick laugh. The Project does amazingly funny videos which combine really great music with pointed social commentary. My favorite may be “Confounds The Science,” which sounds like “The Sound Of Silence,” while actually mocking Trump’s rejection of…

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