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…They Should Declare the Causes Which Impel Them to the Separation

On this Fourth of July, I know a lot of people who have celebration plans.  I know others who can’t bring themselves to celebrate, in light of certain humanitarian crises created by our own government with no remorse and no intention of mitigating anything any time soon. And I know of some who are all gung ho for a display of military might in Washington, DC because why shouldn’t there be?

 

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Torchlight Media: The Darkness of Trump’s Immigration Policy

When it comes to the immigration practices at the southern border, like many people, I find myself heart-heavy and mind overflowing with too many thoughts, all fighting to come out. In such circumstances, I can’t always find the words.  Yet, I feel compelled to try. Here are the ones I managed. If they move you, if you feel they are useful, or if you feel they are effective in any way, please share and spread the word.

 

Torchlight Article: The Darkness of Trump’s Immigration Policy.

Warning: Linked article contains graphic images.

Torchlight Media: 10 Questions Congress Should Ask Robert Mueller

In Robert Mueller’s recent public statement on his investigation, he tried to make a case for why there was no need for him to testify before Congresss. Despite his protestations, several things remain unanswered. The Torchlight Media editorial staff came up with 10 possible questions for Mueller, and I filled in the background and the explanations for why these questions are important.  Take a look.

 

Torchlight Media Article: “10 Questions Congress Should Ask Robert Mueller”

Barr’s Summary of Mueller’s Report and the Lack of Exit Ramps

With the Mueller report completed but remaining unknown to Congress and the nation at large, we sit in a purgatory. Where some Americans sees proof positive of a witch hunt, and other Americans see a cover up of gross criminality, the truth probably lies somewhere in between those two poles. I thought I’d share some of my musings on the limits of what we know and why none of this so far should be surprising.

 

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