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Stephen Bannon Foreshadowing War on Press Freedoms

January 27, 2017 0

Here is what the recent war of words between the Trump Administration and the media is about, and what the future could be. Over the past couple days there have been some disturbing – albeit predictable – headlines involving journalists […]

The Rise and Fall of #NeverTrump – Redefining ‘Never’

January 27, 2017 0

I didn’t take the #NeverTrump movement literally, and figured they might someday concede he’d done something right. I didn’t think “someday” was Election Day. I didn’t vote for Donald Trump. I voted for Gary Johnson. I just couldn’t bring myself to […]

Vanity Fair Misinterprets Co-Creators of Bane on Trump

January 24, 2017 0

Since we’re dealing with soundbite journalism these days, no one should be surprised that Vanity Fair missed what Chuck Dixon and Graham Nolan meant on Trump. Nuance is dead. If the 2016 election didn’t completely kill it, with people from […]

Greener Grassroots – Get Fit Part 2 – Adjust Your Diet

January 24, 2017 0

You’ve heard doctors and diet gurus say “garbage in, garbage out” when it comes to eating. The same goes for your political diet. Welcome back to our Greener Grassroots Activist Fitness Plan. This week, we’re concentrating on our diets. Stop […]

On the Ground in DC – The Divided States of America?

January 23, 2017 0

Mary Lou Lang-Byrd offers her take on the Inauguration, based on her time among the crowds of Trump supporters and protesters. The quote from President Ronald Reagan’s famous commercial, “It’s morning again in America,” describes how some told me they […]

Media Misleading Georgia Readers on Asset Forfeiture

January 19, 2017 1

Educating the public on issues like asset forfeiture is difficult enough, so it’s doubly annoying when the media muddies the water. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution has a blog post up today with a headline which reads: “Forfeiture: Georgia was once one […]

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