Category Archives: politics

Soft on Trump?

By Arlen Grossman Is there anyone else troubled by the fact that Robert Mueller is a good friend of William Barr, and was known as a conservative Republican prior to being chosen as FBI director by President George W. Bush … Continue reading

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The Crime of Journalism

Assange’s ‘Conspiracy’ to Expose War Crimes Has Already Been Punished   By Joe Emersberger/ FAIR/ April 12, 2019   WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange should never have been punished for working with a whistleblower to expose war crimes. Chelsea Manning, the … Continue reading

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A Better Solution?

“I thought it would be easier than a drawn-out political campaign.”

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Capitalism’s War on Socialism

TBPR Editor’s Note: I am unclear as to why Egnatz doesn’t consider the Scandinavian countries as successful socialist countries. By Nick Egnatz/ OpEdNews/ April 2,2019 Successful socialist countries do not exist for the simple reason that capitalism has waged war … Continue reading

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Mueller and Barr: Dual Cover-Up?

By Michael Payne/ OpEd News/ March 29, 2019 We won’t know what really went on in the Mueller Russian investigation until Congress receives an unedited copy of Robert Mueller’s final report. But that doesn’t stop us from speculating as to … Continue reading

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Pathetic Performance

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Is That Too Much to Ask?

Before we come to any conclusions about Mueller’s report, can we at least see it first? Congress and the American people deserve to see Mueller’s report, not just Trump’s hand-picked AG’s interpretation of it.

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The Hypocrisy of Election Interference

By Arlen Grossman It is nothing less than major-league hypocrisy when Americans criticize the Russians for interfering with our elections. To be sure, such intervention in our democratic functions is despicable and deserves condemnation and strong retribution. Russian influence likely … Continue reading

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Too Many Gullible Americans

by Arlen Grossman I worry about this country. A lot. And I believe with good reason.  A USA Today/Suffolk poll released yesterday indicated that half of America shares Donald Trump’s view that Robert Mueller’s investigation is a “witch hunt.” To … Continue reading

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Can We Fix a Broken System?

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