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September 29, 2020

Op Ed: Joe Sackman: Experience, Ability, and Heart

Joe Sackman has the extensive experience, demonstrated ability, and compassionate heart to serve Nassau County in the District 15 New York State Assembly. It is indeed rare to find a person with such a compendium of knowledge, public service experience, and vitality necessary to take on the challenging issues facing …

September 28, 2020

Coalition demands Congress support legislation to abolish forced labor programs in China

A large coalition of religious leaders, scholars and human rights advocates urge Congress to ensure American dollars are not funding oppression in China. A coalition of 150 organizations, religious leaders, scholars and human rights advocates who are participants in the International Religious Freedom (IRF) Roundtable   ( Washington, DC, sent a signed multi-faith …

September 27, 2020

New Report: Wisconsin “Movers” Voter Purge List Errors — 39,722 Face Loss of Vote for Moving Despite not Having Moved

Greg Palast and his Palast Investigative Fund team retained five consulting firms expert in the field of Advanced Address List Hygiene to analyze the Wisconsin purge list. They found 39,722 Wisconsin voters who supposedly moved from their registration addresses, who, in fact, had not moved, a minimum 25.8% error rate. …

September 23, 2020

China’s campaign to eradicate Mongolian Cultural Identity from what it calls “Inner Mongolia”

Currently, a major cultural genocide is taking place in the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region (IMAR) of China: the Chinese government wants to eradicate the Mongolian language. The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) regime has decided to implement a new “bilingual education” system in all primary and secondary schools in the IMAR starting …

September 22, 2020

Ginsburg’s Legacy Is Vast, But a Trump Appointee Could Overturn Her Best Rulings

Truthout When I was sworn in to practice before the Supreme Court in 2007, I sat near the front of the gallery. Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the five-foot-tall justice, was barely visible over the bench behind which she sat. On two occasions, Ginsburg visited the law school where I taught …

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