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Why the GOP beats Democrats
The GOP beat the pants off the Democrats in Virginia. It does that in far too many off-year elections. These wins are no aberration. The GOP has a focused, disciplined game plan that has never changed and won’t change for 2022.
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Why so many Americans believe 9/11 was a conspiracy
The two decades since the hijacked 747s rammed into the World Trade Center and the Pentagon haven’t changed one thing. Millions of Americans still fervently believe that the 9/11 terror attacks were part of a well-conceived, well-planned, diabolical staged act.
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The GOP plot to take back the White House and more
The GOP’s relentless war on alleged rampant voter fraud targets not thousands, as many critics have noted, but millions of eligible voters.
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Think PPP isn’t for you? ? Here are six reasons to think again
Recent changes in the Payroll Protection Program intended to address systemic inequities, combined with free help for small and underserved businesses in Massachusetts, mean that minority- and women-owned businesses should take another look before the program sunsets at the end of May.
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The forgotten Jackie Robinson
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The forgotten Jackie Robinson
April 18 is the 75th anniversary of Jackie Robinson’s smash of the color line in baseball.
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A major media distortion of the Nation of Islam
On April 2, Noah R. Green, a 25-year-old resident of Virginia, drove his car into the security fencing around the U.S. Capitol, and thereby killed one security officer, William F. Evans, and injured another. According to reports, he was motivated by the Nation of Islam.
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Black Boston Reimagined - Can Black People Thrive in Boston?
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Black Boston Reimagined - Can Black People Thrive in Boston?
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To save lives, clinical trials need diversity
These disparate reactions are surprisingly common. About 20% of all new drugs approved between 2008 and 2013 caused "differences in exposure and/or response" based on patients' ethnicity.
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Senate trial proves again Trump still owns the GOP
It’s been three months since Trump decisively lost the election to Biden. Yet you can still count on one hand the number of top Republican officials who have appeared on the national Sunday TV talk shows to condemn Trump’s actions.
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Electoral College no longer an enemy?
This time around, few words of complaint are heard about the Electoral College. The reason is simple. It worked the way it should work, if we’re to have it at all.
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The Senate is the real name of the game
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The Senate is the real name of the game
A Democratic Senate Majority Leader would completely change the game. Everything from Biden’s cabinet, agency and judicial picks would sail through. Everything in Biden’s agenda from expanding the Affordable Care Act to comprehensive immigration reform would have a real shot at passage.
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History has me hesitant about vaccine
Black people are not largely anti-vaxxers, but the high levels of hesitancy are understandable
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