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Make Venezuela Great Again? Let the Venezuelans decide how. Five ideas from peace research.

     Have we not learned a thing? As the crisis in Venezuela continues to unfold, we are witnessing yet another blatant US regime-change operation “for the Venezuelan people.” ...

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Disarmament, Not Low-Yield Nukes

Disarmament, Not Low-Yield Nukes ...

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Respected scholar explains how immigration harms native Blacks

Dr. Claud Anderson, best-selling author and President of The Harvest Institute, says, "Whether it is building a wall or open admission of immigrants, the partisan debate on immigration shut down the federal government and furloughed hundreds of thousands of employee, but has ignored a core issue: the effects of immigration on Native Blacks, the most vulnerable citizens." The Harvest Institute, a Washington, ...

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From a Wall to a Cave

From a Wall to a Cave ...

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Grade Inflation Deflates Student Achievement

     Georgia Governor Brian Kemp’s proposed $3,000 teacher pay increase is not deserved by some teachers is the message of a January 3, 2019 article in The Economist, The rise in American high-school graduation rates looks puffed-up. ...

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Trump’s Crusade in Latin America

Trump’s Crusade in Latin America ...

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TrumPutin: Who’s tired of winning now?

     One of the most brutal dictators on Earth, Vladimir Putin, is a happy despot these days. His boy Trump has been performing even better than commanded. Yes, we know from past pondering that Putin was getting some of the joy he ordered up, but consider how his smirk is now an uncontrollable grin as he reflects on our Trump-inflicted nation, his enemy: ...

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Newly Elected Democratic County Judges Introduce Major New Bail Reform Changes

That backlash resulted in Harris County voters showing up to the polls and sending those judges packing, allowing a new crop of Democratic judges to take up the issue of bail reform ...

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The “Love Thy Neighbor” Campaign: A Plan to Support “Shutdown” Federal Workers in Tallahassee

A special Task Force comprised of civic, business, professional and faith-based leaders has organized to ad-dress the plight of hundreds of families in Tallahassee, Fla, who are being heavily impacted by the partial government shutdown. Tallahassee, this is a clarion call for “Hope, Help, Healing, and Harmony!”  The duration of the present government shutdown has far surpassed our original expectations.   T ...

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2019: The Year to Examine Toxic Masculinity

2019: The Year to Examine Toxic Masculinity ...

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