Armistice Day / America / Statue Liberty

70 years ago on Armistice Day my family and I arrived in America. We were greeted not by barbed wire but by the Statue of Liberty. We were given the chance to live in freedom and in return became grateful patriotic citizens. That is the America I know and want back.

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VP Mike Pence: "We're going to make America great again -- again!"

Unemployment Insurance Weekly ClaimsInitial claims were 1,186,000 for the week ending 8/1 (-249,000). Insured unemployment was 16,107,000 for the week ending 7/25 (-844,000).

The Left has abandoned any pretext that black lives matter

Senate Republicans support a liability shield that would protect corporations and schools from legal blame if workers fall ill from Covid-19 contracted on the job. But the proposal has incited a growing backlash.

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Clearly the Jumla Package announced with much hype has failed to deliver on all its promises. #ModijiJhootMatBolo 

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"When I hear the details some weeks later, it occurs to me that I have nearly been killed by a character out of one of my own novels," Stephen King wrote, in 2000. "It’s almost funny." #NewYorkerArchivehttp ://nyer.cm/612L7vT

55 years after the Voting Rights Act was signed into law, advocates continue fight to close registration gap

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Free & fair elections are the cornerstone of our democracy. As we celebrate 55th anniversary of landmark #VotingRightsAct , Congress must ensure that every eligible voter can safely & securely cast their ballot free from discrimination & every vote is accurately counted. #VRA55 

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