Category Archives: Jurisprudence

Looking at Jeff Flake’s anti-Trump speech on the media

  By ann summers The collective false consciousness that is US democracy has many manifestations, so without casting aspersions on Arizona GOP senator Jeff Flake’s motives, his speech on the floor of the US Senate is useful if only to … Continue reading

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TCS: A Dangerous Silence in Public Schools

Good Morning! ________________________________________________________ Welcome to The Coffee Shop, just for you early risers on Monday mornings. This is an Open Thread forum, so if you have an off-topic opinion burning a hole in your brainpan, feel free to add a … Continue reading

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Nothing Personal. Just Business

I have owned and operated a few businesses over the last 60 years, and I have studied business law, drawn contracts and agreements, but do not have an advanced degree. I have taught as an adjunct professor at a college … Continue reading

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President Bait and Vice President Switch

By ann summers we may be seeing the rise of a particular strategy on the right—sometimes gripping part of the GOP, and sometimes all of it—that can be traced back to that noted conservative Vladimir Lenin. I speak of “heightening … Continue reading

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How easy is it to hack the actual vote?

Its technically very easy, depending on how secure the equipment is stored when it is not in use. To be effective, the hack would only work on machines that will not produce a record of input from the voter and … Continue reading

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We have a new writer – Steve Searls

by Chuck Stanley Steven D. Searls, better known as ‘Steven D’ in the blogosphere, has been a prolific contributor to several prominent blogs. Steve has written close to 1,500 blog posts on a variety of topics. He has agreed to … Continue reading

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#TrumpRussia gets even more tangled with dark web, deep state, and dim-orange-wit

By ann summers Apparently there was an actual corporation (LLC) for a possible conspiracy- what HRC called a “factory for conspiracy-theory machines”. The late Peter W. Smith created an entity to acquire stolen emails that included: Steve Bannon, Kellyanne Conway, Sam Clovis, … Continue reading

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