Terry H. Schwadron

This is what tyranny looks like

At the heart of upheaval over George Floyd’s killing is police accountability.

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These 3 new court rulings are setting up a legal battle that could decide future of Trump's presidency — and US democracy

We’ve had three or four seemingly contradictory court rulings this week that make it impossible to understand where the powers of the presidency and Congress legally are set – and an outright plea from the Washington D.C. Court of Appeals majority to settle it themselves and to please leave judges out of the question.

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Trump, Barr and the radical Republicans are out for revenge

The disturbing, divisive undercurrents of the impeachment continue to ripple through our political, investigative and legal systems.

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GOP opening all channels for revenge as America sinks into Trump-induced confusion

The disturbing, divisive undercurrents of the impeachment continue to ripple through our political, investigative and legal systems.

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Get ready for Trump's next act: 'Vindication and attack'

Even as the Republican Senate majority was acquitting Donald Trump of impeachment charges, one could sense the country bracing for the impending retaliating boomerang.

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Donald Trump's defense team thinks you're an idiot

Barring a lightning strike or some other miraculous event, the impeachment process is all done but for the final, predictable votes.

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Trump starts New Year with dangerous anti-immigrant push to block immigrants from public services, food stamps, and medical care

The new year for White House anti-immigration efforts has run into an early obstacle. A federal appeals court temporarily blocked a Trump administration policy that would deny legal status to immigrants who use any public benefits.

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Trump's handling of the Iranian crisis has left us with more questions than answers

Days after the assassination of Qassim Suleimani and a would-be Iranian retribution, Donald Trump took to the White House lectern and ducked saying whether we were going to war or standing down.

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