The Death of Madelyn Linsenmeir Shouldn’t Matter More Than the Deaths of Other Drug Victims

by Tony Wyman On October 7, 2018, in the idyllic community of Burlington, Vermont, a 30-year-old mother in police custody laid in a hospital bed where, later that evening, she would take her last breath, succumbing to the ravages of opioid addiction. Madelyn Ellen Linsenmeir left behind a 3-year-old son, a life full of promise and unrealized talent, as well as a family that penned her obituary so full of heartbroken melancholy that it touched the world.  Publications like People Magazine, The Washington Post and USA Today in the United…

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Were The Virginia And New Jersey Elections Referendums On The Trump Presidency?

blow up image of map of state of Virginia

by Richard Cameron Donald Trump’s presidential approval ratings are down nationally and have been trending downward since he took office. The elections on Tuesday – particularly in Virginia and New Jersey, were being viewed as a test of his potency in the mid-term elections in 2018.  What the results in those states revealed, has the Trump administration deeply concerned, even if Trump himself is attempting to dismiss them. In last night’s gubernatorial elections in Virginia and New Jersey, voters rejected Republican candidates for governor of those two states. In New…

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Did Donald Trump Nominate A Lap Dog For FBI Director? Christopher Wray’s Street Cred

screen print of FBI Director nominee Christopher Wray during Senate testimony

by Richard Cameron Flying under the radar of all the hurricane force coverage of President Trump’s inability to extricate himself from the tar like substance called #Russiagate, is the story of Trump’s replacement for James B. Comey at the helm of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. I will be nominating Christopher A. Wray, a man of impeccable credentials, to be the new Director of the FBI. Details to follow. — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 7, 2017 Wray’s testimony in Senate confirmation hearings has brought the nomination somewhat back into…

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