Tag: A Time for Truth

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I heard this song on the radio, and it’s perfect – dedicated to President Trump, the Republicans and others who voted in the 2016 election, and those that managed to sit through last three years of The Mueller Report, spying on a presidential campaign, and watching people being berated for wearing a red hat with […]

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“‘Beware!’ said Poirot, shaking an admonishing finger at Hastings. ‘The symmetry, it is everything. Everywhere there should be neatness and order, especially in the little grey cells of the brain.’ He tapped his head as he spoke. ‘If you would use your little grey cells and attempt to see the whole case clearly – as I attempt to do – you would perhaps perceive the truth, my friend.'” — Detective Hercule Poirot, from the novel Black Coffee.

The long, drawn-out Mueller investigation is finally revealing some rotten fruits from the tree of appeasement that was cultivated, pruned and well-watered by the last administration. History has shown that the hidden roots of such a tree grow deep and in many directions, under the covering of thick layers of dirt. Lies, deceit, suffering, loss of life and arrows to the heart of freedom are the result. Then something happens … the roots bulge and eventually burst through the dirt to the surface, revealing themselves.

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Contributor Post Created with Sketch. Pravda-on-the-Hudson Strikes Again

 

Ted-Cruz-A-Time-For-TruthLike nearly everyone in the presidential sweepstakes, Ted Cruz has published a book. It came out the 30th of June; and, according to Nielsen Bookscan, it sold in the week following 11,854 copies in hardback — which is more than 18 of the top 20 titles on Pravda-on-the-Hudson‘s bestselling list.

But, for the week ending 4 July, you will not find Cruz’ book on that list anywhere. As Dylan Byers reports on Politico,

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I bet you have been recently thinking: How can we keep Los Angeles from turning into a post-apocalyptic wasteland like Detroit? The Los Angeles 2020 Commission has the answers. Well, they hedge a bit and don’t claim to have ALL the answers. Their keen analysis identified several problems in Los Angeles: Jobs Poverty Traffic Poor […]

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