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Reporting from the bleacher seats …

Or words matter. The Prescedense: We cannot allow all of these people to invade our Country. When somebody comes in, we must immediately, with no Judges or Court Cases, bring them back from where they came. Our system is a mockery to good immigration policy and Law and Order. Most children come without parents… 24 …

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On the way to and then on the way from Texas to see incarcerated brown children separated from their parents, the current moneyed-yet-somehow-classless FLOTUS wore a $39 drab olive jacket with the bold statement “I REALLY DON’T CARE, DO U?” printed on the back. Pictures abound. Classless, not clueless. She knew what she was doing. …

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Well, here I am on a third sundry tear, (pronounced TARE to the background music of rainfall tears … ): A Huge, Gargantuan, Bigly Sigh of Relief 19 June 2018, or Juneteenth,  the United States withdrew from the United Nations Human Rights Council.  Secretary of State Mike Pompeo could be heard stating with no irony …

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As I prepare to click ‘Publish,’ I note that this is two (2) Sundry Assortments in a row. Oh well. I. Practice makes perfect. I imagine this is the mise-en-scene as Ann practices piano. The satisfaction of action — keys hammering, notes hit, melody gone awry or even missing — writ large on a small stuffed figure …

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Protesting. While reading this op-ed on “Why do whites oppose the NFL protests?“, I’m reminded of the scene in Arrested Development where Lindsay is herded into exercising her 1st Amendment Rights in the Free Press Zone: “To many whites, the only good black protest is no black protest.” -Steve Chapman, Chicago Tribune Op-Ed, September 26, 2017 …

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