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Socialists are taking over Wall Street

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It does not happen every day that when reading the Wall Street Journal, I have to double-check that I did not accidentally click on the Onion web page. Or that it was not an...
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Fixing American problems could be easy

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Americans emerged from the election even more divided than before. Both Democrats and Republicans claim that the other side does not have the right program. Both of them might be correct. In his first speech...
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The Biden Presidency – 5 Key Changes We Can Expect For Startups

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This is NOT an article to debate politics and any inappropriate comment will be removed. Instead, this is a data-driven background on five of the key stated / expected policies of President-elect of the...
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Why Donald Trump is the Ultimate Winner in the Game of Life

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When he became the 45th president of the United States Trump won the Game of Life In the words of Donald Trump, his “whole life is about winning. I don’t lose often. I almost never...
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How I Became an Independent Researcher of The Tangled Net Of Economic Development Funding

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Rarely do I find myself in a state of seemingly unattached free-form physical depression of the sort that makes one’s energy lethargic and body heavy as I have been feeling over the last two...
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The Concept of Socialism, and Communism along the Spectrum of Collective Consciousness

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Why do many People still unconsciously believe in Communism despite it being Recognized in Times gone by that it does not Work? The socioeconomic order structured upon the ideas of collective holding of the means...
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Why it seems impossible to trump Trump?

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I have noticed headlines stating Biden still leads the presidential race. Behind titles like that, one can sense a fear that in the last weeks before Election Day, recovered from COVID-19, Trump again will...
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Can we replace fighting with work and reason?

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Usually, death hits us at the wrong time. The passing of Justice Ruth B. Ginsburg opened the political arm wrenching in selecting her replacement. One can ask again if politics must be endless fights,...
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Body Language Decoded — Does This Really Work?

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Have you seen those crazy videos? The ones that decode people’s body language while they are being interviewed. The experts call it the science of body language. Yes, of course, we all express fear, anger, and...
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Just how Limited are Kamala Harris’s Economic Policies?

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Insight on how the 2020 election can impact your wallet or not budge it at all. Most people are somewhat aware of Donald Trump’s corporate tax cuts, anti-globalist trade policies, and protectionism. Likewise, a few people know...
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Who Do You Think You Are?

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A Voice from the People in Maine’s Pine Tree Zone Debate Who Do you Think You ARE! ? photo by Mackenzie Andersen “Who do you think you are?”, he said, as though I needed to be...
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Blockchain Voting and The American Elections

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In less than 70 days, the world's oldest democracy will be facing its biggest showdown in an unprecedented way and at extraordinary times. Organizing an event as massive as the federal elections during these...
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What would Honest Abe do now?

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“The time is ripe, and rotten-ripe, for change; then let it come.” ~ James Russell Lowell During the time I was a postgraduate student at Georgetown University, I would often visit the Lincoln Memorial, and reflect....
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What Would Government’s Place in a Free World Look Like Anyway?

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Political science arguments aside, discussions surrounding the role of government are critical more than ever. Politicians, economists, and policy makers have long argued the role of government and the rights rulers have over their...
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I am a Baby Boomer, and this is the story of how my generation...

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Featuring The Maine Capital Corporation of 1976 Established in the wake of a newly centralized United States Economy, Legal status disclosure: This is an opinion of a layperson. independent researcher ,and private citizen of Maine. My generation,...
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Ignore Trump

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Usually, The Fourth of July is an occasion for barbecuing or escaping the city. With the first round of COVID-19 swinging its tail, we now think twice before partying or going to the beach....
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Responding to “I Can’t Breathe,” and Pandemic

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Every day, like many of you, I’ve spent far too much time scanning the news and social media, reading stories and looking for new tidbits of information on the pandemic and our response to...
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The political debate that has not been

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The New York Times got a lot of heat after it published online on June 3, 2020, a column by Arkansas Senator Tom Cotton. For those who are not in tune, The New York...
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The leader of the deceived

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Five years ago, Donald Trump launched his presidential campaign. When it became obvious that he was serious, in August of 2015, I challenged his concept of the immigration policy. I agree with those who...
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The American Power Grid is Vulnerable

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And That’s Dangerous for National Security The US bulk power system, which provides electricity and supports national defense, vital emergency services, and critical infrastructure, could be damaged by enemies of the state. President Trump recently...
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