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At the Chinese New Year celebration in San Francisco, Iris Chang spoke to me in a dream. With noisemakers blaring and dragons writhing serpentinely, she spoke of the memorization and mastery of Chinese classics which served as a safe outlet…

NUTS & BOLTS

It really isn’t that difficult to meet a mechanic and my first run in with this class of workman was fairly typical. Our car broke down. One minute we were chugging along (I say “chugging” because, contrary to the vehement…

THE SURE WAY TO A DEMOCRATIC VICTORY IN 2002 AND 2004

The best defense is an unexpected and overwhelming offensive.   Vicious Republican attacks against democracy can be defeated by a sudden surprise, vigorous, and unrelenting offensive on all points and issues they want Americans to forget. Democrats must strike the…

HOW BEST TO SUPPORT OUR TROOPS

You have heard the political mantram: “I support our troops!” from all the wimpy traitors in Congress who voted to abdicate the Constitutional separation of powers and surrender their congressional power to declare war into the dirty hands of an…

No Holds barred

America started the new millennium with a coup that violated the most sacred prerogative of a free people: the right to have every vote counted when they elect their President. More that 700 constitutional law experts from nearly every law…

D(isinformation) Day: 60 Years is Enough

Alexander Cockburn has called D-day a “sideshow,” explaining that W.W.II had already been won “by the Russians at Stalingrad and then, a year before D-day, at the Kursk Salient, where 100 German divisions were mangled. Compared with those epic struggles,…