Author: Crissie Brown

Campus Question – June 18, 2018

Tonight’s question, greetings, and banter here. (More) Today Sen. Ben Sasse (R-NE) told the truth: This foolish catch-and-release policy had to be changed. But changing from catch-and-release does not require adopting the wicked family separation policy. The choice before the American people does not have to be “wicked versus foolish.” The administration’s decision to separate families is a new, discretionary choice. Anyone saying that their hands are tied or that the only conceivable way to fix the problem of catch-and-release is to rip families apart is flat wrong. There are other options available to them. The other options are...

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Things We Did This Week – June 11-17, 2018

Please share your stories of political activism here. (More) This week I made calls for Sen. Bill Nelson (D-FL), who is seeking reelection this year. I also called my senators and House rep and urged them to demand an end to the God-King’s cruel and illegal ‘zero tolerance’ policy that tears children away from their parents. +++++ Credit: Adobe Stock Images. Standard...

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Campus Chatter – June 18, 2018

Today in history, greetings, and social banter here. (More) Li Yuan became Emperor Gaozu of Tang, beginning China’s 293-year Tang Dynasty, today (618). Also, five Canterbury monks reported what may have been the impact that created the Moon’s Giordano Bruno Crater (1178), the Parliament of Ireland met for the first time, at County Kildare’s Castledermot (1264), Joan of Arc’s French forces defeated John Fastolf’s English army at Patay, turning the tide of the Hundred Years’ War (1429), an English court revoked the charter of the Massachusetts Bay Colony (1684), Samuel Wallis became the first European to see Tahiti (1767),...

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Campus Question – June 17, 2018

Tonight’s question, greetings, and banter here. (More) Today on Sunday This Union Meet Nation, Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-SC) insisted that this week’s Department of Justice Inspector General report “certainly helps” the God-King by “exposing” anti-Trump bias at the FBI, never mind that the IG report also documents rampant anti-Clinton bias in the New York field office, but never assessed whether that bias affected the investigation. Also, Steve Bannon said Republicans don’t have to justify ripping children from their parents because “It’s zero tolerance,” and insisted the God-King has never lied, but instead “speaks in a particular vernacular that connects...

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