We are not ready to endorse any candidate. We will say that we’ll vote for any Democrat who takes on Trump, but not more than that. Still, this is a fascinating article on Bernie Sanders and his impact on American politics in general.   What Bernie Brings to the Table – This Democratic primary could…

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Of course, we all expected it. There was no chance that a Republican-controlled Senate, and a Republican Party controlled by Trump and #MoscowMitch, would do anything other than acquit Donald Trump. It was as inevitable as Tuesday following Monday. In fact, I rather wonder why the Democrats even bothered with the process, knowing the outcome…

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By J.W. Krauss Editor’s Note: “J.W. Krauss” is the pseudonym of a writer who contacted us shortly after we began publication He or she informed us that s/he is very young, a teenager, who must use a penname because s/he lives in a very conservative family in a very conservative place. LR welcomed “Krauss” to…

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Editor’s Note: This piece first appeared back in September of 2017. I’m re-running it today because things have changed…but that may not make us safer. As Trump slides from power, he and his supporters may become increasingly hysterical. So, as then so today, watch your backs, folks. There could be serious craziness to come.  …

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Don’t forget to join tonight’s Reject The CoverUp event! Around the country at hundreds of locations, starting at 5:30 pm Eastern Time, people will be gathering to protest the disgraceful behavior of the Republican Senate in acquitting Trump without witnesses. You can find an event near you at the Reject The CoverUp webpage on Common…

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Probably won’t happen anytime soon, but this is a cool idea.   Why We Need to Consider the Human Toll of Conserving Half the Earth: The concept of cordoning off 50 percent of the planet, known as Half Earth, has been around for decades. Modeling suggests conserving half the planet will protect up to 85…

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And Trump’s a big part of this.   Elite American M.B.A. programs report steep drops in interest as international students opt for universities in Europe and Canada https://t.co/tHXkzoRJdj — The Wall Street Journal (@WSJ) October 19, 2019

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Editor’s Note: This piece originally ran in LR Net in August of 2017. However, we have decided to rerun it because many of the issues it addresses are still with us, and are getting more ominous. We no longer even have the “adults in the room” referenced below. As we move into the election year,…

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