STATESIDE STORIES: Democrats Keep Majority in Senate and Fall Behind in House

STATESIDE STORIES: Democrats Keep Majority in Senate and Fall Behind in House »

5 Dec, 2022
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The Democrats portrayed their performance as vindication of their agenda.  And the Republicans did not get out the vote as much as they had hoped in spite of the high inflation, crime and a faltering economy they promised to fix. Now is the time for bipartisanship in the Senate and House.

THE RAPE OF UKRAINE 2014 – 2022: RUSSIA REPEATING ITSELF

THE RAPE OF UKRAINE 2014 – 2022: RUSSIA REPEATING ITSELF »

9 Mar, 2022
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If Russia's atrocious invasion of Ukraine in February 2022 leaves a bitter déjà-vu taste in the mouth, it is because it is an eerie blow-by-blow replica of past Russian aggressions.

A STATESIDE STORY: Kamala Harris, Biden’s Pick for Vice-Presidential Candidate

A STATESIDE STORY: Kamala Harris, Biden’s Pick for Vice-Presidential Candidate »

14 Aug, 2020
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Senator Kamala Harris of California is Joe Biden’s choice for Vice-President for the Democratic Party, The stakes are high and the virtual swords are flashing in a race for the U.S. Presidency that is sure to be historic.

A GUIDEPOST REPRINT: “OF DONKEYS AND ELEPHANTS, The Time When Spain Sent a Donkey to Washington – George, That Is,” 19 December 1980

A GUIDEPOST REPRINT: “OF DONKEYS AND ELEPHANTS, The Time When Spain Sent a Donkey to Washington – George, That Is,” 19 December 1980 »

24 Jul, 2020
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A reprint of Eric Beerman’s article in GUIDEPOST on the eve of Ronald Reagan’s induction to the U.S. Presidency in January 1981. The historical event takes Mr Beerman back to the time when George Washington was a gentleman farmer at Mount Vernon just after the American Revolution. The general asked for the famed Spanish donkey which he got but only after some protracted exercise in cloak-and-dagger diplomacy.