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by Jacqueline Salit A wise man once said “Those who make the rules, rule.” Today, we wonder whether the current rules of voting and governing can deliver any kind of progress. An important rules question was on the ballot in Maine earlier this month and the voters delivered a clear message. After a hard-fought campaign […]

by Julie Morris Life and Career Coach Hobbies combined with healthy social ties are integral to our well-being and can literally increase our odds of survival. In addition, they are especially effective during addiction recovery.   As DrugRehab explains, “One of the hardest parts of being in recovery is feeling like you’re alone or uncomfortable around […]

by Samuel G. Freedman Every year at about this time, I veer away from most of the liberal aesthetes with whom I mingle in the chattering classes. My newspaper reading and smart-phone clicking takes an unexpected detour from politics, opinion and arts. The pro-football season is approaching, and my guilty pleasure, my second religion, must […]

We have no words, save to express outrage that 45 refused to utter the words “white supremacists.” So we’ll share  a statement from Richard Cohen, president of the Southern Poverty Law Center, on Trump’s statement following the egregious white supremacist terrorist “vehicular incident” that left one dead and at least 19 injured at the racist, […]

Guest author Bob Lefsetz takes on the cowardice of

Guest author Sen. Chris Murphy of Connecticut shares his view on Trump’s proposed $110 billion Saudi arms deal.

According to peace activist Kevin Zeese, if Trump hoped that sacking FBI Director James Comey would stop investigations into possible collusion between Trump’s administration and Russia, he may be wrong. Very wrong.

As a Baltimore-born reporter, the findings released today by the US Department of Justice were no surprise to me. Yes, the criminal justice system there is unjust, racist, and brutal — and anyone paying attention has known this for many years. As NPR’s The Two-Way notes, “…[T]he report emphasizes that this is not a case […]

This provocative commentary by Joel Meyers of Citizens for Legitimate Government is an eyeopening read whether or not you agree. Thanks to Joel for permitting GDPR Peace to share this op-ed. After the parade and thunderous pronouncement by recently “retired” Gen. John Allen at the Democratic Convention, it is now clear that Hillary Rodham Clinton is […]


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