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Vietnam—The worst years of our lives – Part III

By Harry Alford This war had a physical span of 10 years. From 1965 – 1975 when we fled from the complex as if it were a plague. U.S. civilians, state department employees and Vietnamese seeking to flee from the ongoing North Vietnamese and Viet Cong troops moving quickly towards Saigon which they renamed Ho Chi Minh City. President Gerald Ford stepped up with much courage and leadership when he did what no ...

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Why did the Russians try to deliver ‘dirt’ on Hillary Clinton to the Trump campaign—three times? And what did Fusion GPS know about it? Was the Trump campaign being set up?

By Robert Romano Meetings set up with Trump campaign officials. Promises of dirt on Hillary Clinton being offered by the Russians. People involved were not who they say they were or did not furnish the information they said they would. Sound familiar? We’re talking about Donald Trump, Jr. and Paul Manafort’s June 2016 meeting with the Russian lawyer, Natalia Veselnitskaya, right? The one where the promise o ...

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DOJ Ends Political Targeting of Conservative, Religious Groups

By Printus LeBlanc For eight years the Department of Justice under former President Barack Obama was weaponized. Religious liberty and free speech were constantly under assault. Spiritual institutions were forced to violate their religious beliefs. Citizen organizations were targeted because they had a different interpretation of the Constitution than President Obama. Attorneys General Holder and Lynch laun ...

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Senators, Challenge the President At Your Peril

By ALlan Smithee Another one bites the dust. Another incumbent Republican has decided to move toward retirement rather than run for reelection. With Arizona Senator Jeff Flake’s announcement against reelection, he sends a strong message to the other Republicans in the field who have refused to back the Trump agenda — they are unwanted in Washington. Flake’s announcement comes just weeks after another Republ ...

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Don’t Turn the Omnibus Into An Amnesty Bill

By Printus LeBlanc Republican leadership can’t help but be its own worst enemy. The Republican Party has everything going its way. The coup attempt by the Democrats has been exposed as a fraud. The economy is improving in leaps and bounds, and the GOP is looking to pick up several Senate seats in the midterm elections. Enter “leadership.” When the House passed the omnibus bill on September 14, it addressed ...

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We can and must win for children!

By Marian Wright Edelman As congregations of all faiths are observing the National Observance of Children’s Sabbaths® Celebration this weekend, “Moving Forward with Hope: Love and Justice for Every Child,” I offer prayers for all child advocates in this very challenging time for children and families and all of us when a half century of struggle for a more inclusive and just nation is at risk. The laborious ...

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Prayer for Courage to Do Justice

By Alan Paton O Lord, open my eyes that I may see the needs of others; Open my ears that I may hear their cries; Open my heart so that they need not be without succor; Let me not be afraid to defend the weak because of the anger of the strong nor afraid to defend the poor because of the anger of the rich. Show me where love and hope and faith are needed, and use me to bring them to those places. And so open ...

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Have you seen my glasses? And other trick questions

Dr. James L. Snyder The only person who asks more questions than a lawyer is the Gracious Mistress of the Parsonage. I am not saying that questions are bad, at least not all of them. What I am saying is, some questions can be trick questions. To know the difference between a legitimate question and a trick question takes years of practicing being a husband. If the husband learns anything in his marriage, it ...

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Who polices the police?

By Printus LeBlanc The FBI has been in the headlines for all the wrong reasons lately. Half the country is upset at the handling of the Hillary Clinton investigation and the announced outcome on July 5, 2016. The other half of the nation believes the Comey cost Clinton the election by declaring the FBI was reopening the investigation following the discovery of more emails on Anthony Weiner’s computer. And n ...

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Cleaning up the asylum mess left by Obama

By Natalia Castro Days before President Obama left office, he removed asylum protections from Cubans who reach US soil in a desperate attempt to flee their oppressive country. This was a strange contrast from the rest of the administration’s efforts, which seemed to support granting asylum to any individual who enters the US by illegal means. Now, the Trump Administration is left with the job of cleaning up ...

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