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The Supreme Court Is Headed Back to the 19th Century

Adam Serwer The Atlantic
The justices again appear poised to pursue a purely theoretical liberty at the expense of the lives of people of color. Those who wish to see justice in their lifetime will have go to the polls and seize it.

No More Compromises: We Need Immigration Amnesty Now

David L. Wilson Truthout
Donald Trump’s policy of family separation at the borders motivated an upsurge in activism, including widespread calls to abolish ICE. Now it’s time to go further, to attack the long-standing policy of separating families inside our borders.

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Bob Woodward’s Dragnet Descends on Donald Trump

Lloyd Green The Guardian
Woodward, one of the two Washington Post city reporters who broke the Watergate story that led to bringing down a president has written another sober, must-read dissection of corruption and rot at the White House.

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My $200,000 Debt Should Not Disqualify Me for Governor of Georgia

Stacey Abrams Fortune
I am in debt, but not alone. Debt is a millstone that weighs down more than three-quarters of us. It can determine if we are able to run for office, launch a business, or quit a job we hate. It should not—and cannot—be a disqualification for ambition
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