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February 24, 2020

In these times, when Trump can (blatantly) manipulate the system to get his friends off the judicial hook, the consolation was that, at least, there was one court that couldn’t be compromised. A new revelation over the weekend just…

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February 12, 2020

As Trump demands more and more money – even taking it away from social services – to build his “big, beautiful wall” (that blows down in strong winds), border immigration agents are voicing that there may be something new…

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January 17, 2020

Was it public pressure or the Latino vote that finally pressured the Trump admin to release aid to Puerto Rico? The real test will be if Trump signs off latest aid bill by House Dems; The AP visited immigration…

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November 22, 2019

If we watch the impeachment hearings as a culmination of all of the Trump administration’s hateful, racist, ‘swampy’ actions against the nation, it almost appears poetic justice that some witnesses’ backgrounds reflect the very populations Trump targeted; Attorney Gen….

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October 31, 2019

Happy Halloween! Though under the Trump administration, every day is as spooky as the day before. It’s been a perpetual Halloween since 2016. Yet, we can’t let ourselves grow numb by the White House’s shameless activities. For example, the…

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October 29, 2019

The Internet marks 50 years old. While there are critics who lament the use of the byproducts of the internet, namely social media, there’s no denying that it’s been a godsend for grassroots organizing among human rights groups and…

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October 11, 2019

In some parts of the country, Columbus Day is a big celebration. In other parts, not so much. In the latter areas, cities are creating an alternative that is catching on; The Trump administration is ramping up deportations for…

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October 4, 2019

The outright corruption from the Oval Office and denial of its existence by the GOP leadership is stunning, sad and scary. It’s no wonder why one researcher finds that the US has discarded diplomacy in favor of this authoritarian…

By James Wiener Ancient History Encyclopedia   Despite the popular appeal of the legendary city of El Dorado, our collective understanding of ancient Colombia’s history remains largely obscured by the advanced civilizations of Mesoamerica and the Andes. A new…

By Andrés Cala OZY You may see earthworms as little more than a bunch of slimy, wriggling shit eaters, and Juan Carlos Guáqueta wouldn’t disagree. In fact, that’s exactly what he loves best about them. The baby-faced Colombian entrepreneur…