Donald Trump Is The Accelerant

Trump and his supporters claim that cities and suburbs will burn in violence if Joe Biden wins. But Trump is the one that has no interest in promoting peace.

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Allegations of Racism Have Defined Trump’s Presidency and The 2020 Election

Over 3½ years in office, he has presided over a sweeping U.S. government retreat from the front lines of civil rights, endangering decades of progress against voter suppression, housing discrimination and police misconduct.

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The 2019 State of the Union Recap

For once, Trump’s lying did not take center stage during the 2019 State of the Union. Rather, “the Donald” lost the stage to an seasoned political veteran and a young political prop. If you missed the speech, here are the highlights.

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Where have refugees settled in the U.S.?

“But in the last few years, the number of refugees annually resettled by the U.S. has not consistently grown in step with a worldwide refugee population that has expanded nearly 50% since 2013, according to a Pew Research Center analysis.

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Donald Trump’s mother asked: ‘What kind of son have I created?'”

“Psychologists who are analysing the President behaviour have wondered whether his thin skin, need for praise and poor treatment of women – particularly those who stand up to him – stems from his relationship with his mother.”

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Is Donald Trump a Christian? Does He Love The United States?

Donald Trump’s ban on Muslims is not Christian, not American, not Republican, and not effective.

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Bill O’Reilly and Syrian Refugees

The “cold hard truth” here is that the best explanation for American attitudes toward the Syrian refugees likely does not relate to anything that the Obama administration or the Syrian refugees have done. Rather, it is Americans’ consumption of such poor journalism that causes us to be so uninformed about our country and its laws.

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Trump’s Republican Party is Not a Party for the Future-or the Past

“Old, white, and uneducated is not the future of this country.  A vote for Trump is not a vote for the future.  It is a vote for a past that never really existed. To the extent that it did, we should be seeking to leave these elements behind- not seeking to restore them. “

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A Revolution of Tenderness: A Pope Francis Voter Guide for the 2016 Election

“The Gospel tells us constantly to risk a face-to-face encounter with others, with their physical presence which challenges us, with their pain and their pleas, with their joy which infects us in our close and continuous interaction.”

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