This was my dad’s biggest fear — that the country he had uprooted my family for, the place he had sacrificed everything to bring us to might become the object of our hatred.
I can stand by this as a true statement: The way to win a national election is for people across the country to vote in large enough numbers to offset the inevitable mishaps, unintentional blips, and outright cheating.
— Read on terikanefield-blog.com/elections/
John Bolton, who refused to testify in the House proceedings, said he’d testify at the Senate trial, if subpoenaed.
This puts Republican Majority Leader Mitch McConnell in a tight spot.
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Nearly two dozen women.
We elected a sexual predator and assaulter (among other things) as President.
America should be ashamed of itself. The problem is that it’s not.
— Read on www.theguardian.com/us-news/2020/jan/03/courtney-friel-fox-news-trump-kiss-book
Unfortunately, the fact that works from 1924 are legally available does not mean they are actually available. After 95 years, many of these works are already lost or literally disintegrating (as with old films5 and recordings), evidence of what long copyright terms do to the conservation of cultural artifacts. In fact, one of the items we feature below, Clark Gable’s debut in White Man, apparently no longer exists. For the works that have survived, however, their long-awaited entry into the public domain is still something to celebrate. (Under the 56-year copyright term that existed until 1978, we would really have something to celebrate – works from 1963 would be entering the public domain in 2020!)
There is plenty we can resolve to do in this new year to help preserve democracy in the United States. Read on at terikanefield-blog.com/new-years-resolutions/ to find out more.
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