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Monthly Archive: May 2016

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Obama for Supreme Court? Absurd!

H.D.S. Greenway’s May 10 Boston Globe op-ed headlined “Obama for the Supreme Court” is one of the most absurdly stated, unsubstantial editorial pieces I’ve seen in my nearly 50 years of observing, writing, and editing about politics and government. Let’s cover the four reasons why...

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Obama’s Hiroshima Hypocrisy

Wait a minute! Did we hear Josh Earnest, the White House press secretary, right? Did he really say this on Wednesday regarding President Obama’s planned trip to Hiroshima, the historic cradle of nuclear war? The president intends to visit to send a much more forward-looking...

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Remembering Mom: Five Poems

BLUE LIGHT for Chris Allen Winter evenings just after sunset, my future father would stride athletic under and beyond that lone blue light set back from locked doors, dark windows, pathetic white walls of the asylum, and through chilled Little Rock night, a cocky bachelor...

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Growing Global Economic Drought, For Real

Recent economic outlooks from both the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and World Bank, global reports on water, farmers’ testimonies before Congress, and the growing world debt — both private and public – all point to an international economy approaching a breaking point. Simon Johnson, a...

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