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Politics

Who Will Police the Police?

- A child walking out of a store with a doll should not suffer graver consequences than a White House aide breaking the law.
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“Preserve, Protect, Defend”

- The President and Congress owe it to the American People to take immediate and effective action to stop Russian interference in our elections. To continue to ignore this electoral corruption is a breach of their oaths of office.
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Evil Will Not Triumph

- The rise of white supremacy is an expression of profound spiritual bankruptcy in the human community. We must restore hope, justice and peace.
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Can Women Really Make History?

- We should to more to hold mainstream media accountable for the shameful way they treat women who are candidates for high office. Enough with the patronizing and demeaning stories of salad forks and combs!
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The Death of Shame

- As the volume of shameful scandals grows, we risk anesthetizing the conscience of the nation.
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Black Lives Matter

- Do not remember Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. as a distant historic figure, but as a powerful force whose message continues to drive the quest for justice today.
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Shameful Shutdown

- Holding federal workers hostage for political purposes is unjust and immoral.
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Dreamers Deserve Justice Now

- We must not tire in our advocacy to achieve simple justice for Dreamers and others who seek help and hope in our nation.
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Class Act: President George H.W. Bush

- President George H.W. Bush embodied the traits of leadership, global vision and fundamental decency that we should expect in all elected leaders.
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Presidents, Power and the Rule of Law

- Judges and courts are the stewards of the rule of law, without which we truly will decline into bedlam and chaos. These public officials deserve support and respect not disparagement and intimidation.
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