if anyone does pay attention to the genuine interactions between the federal government and the native peoples who lived in the area of North America long before the United States ever existed, they could learn much truth.
At one point in time, leaders within the American Indian nations honestly believed their people needed to move beyond the pain, the bitterness, and the hatred so they could move forward and forge a better, brighter, and more peaceful future for their people.
In the Washington Post story on Russian interference in the presidential election they said “is no way to know whether the Russian campaign proved decisive in electing Trump.”
If the worry is electoral integrity, a recount in the WiMP states won't help. We need recounts in random precincts across the country, from now until doomsday.
While condemning the recount spearheaded by Jill Stein, Donald Trump has now alleged voter fraud, which could actually support the effort.
Fidel Castro is dead. Pass the Cuban cigars, the super-sized Cherry Coke made with Cuban pure cane sugar, and the McRibs.
Americans may not hear much about the Geert Wilders trial in the Netherlands. But it is significant in many ways for those still supporting free speech.
Treason defined is "betraying one's country, especially by attempting to kill the sovereign or overthrow the government." Is this what those demanding a recount are doing?
Fidel Castro is dead, but the American republic stands “rock-bottomed and copper-sheathed, one and indivisible.”
This is the same country Obama was proud of in July, and the same country its detractors have been ashamed of for decades: Imperfect and great, always America.