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Bill Chapman
Retired secondary social studies teacher. Now writing a book, Building History Labs: US History Lessons That Teach Critical Thinking & Other Citizenship Skills
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The Colonial Review 1h
Find out how "Mad" Anthony Wayne transformed the army in the struggling years of the Early Republic, a Five Star experience from and
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Katie Phang 2h
‼️NEW‼️ “John Bolton met privately with President Trump in August in an effort to convince him to release nearly $400 million in frozen military aid to Ukraine.”
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Maine Coon Adoptions 57m
, CA - County - Hi, my name is REMY (CP), and I’m a playful little boy who will snuggle up and collapse in your lap once I am tuckered out. I am the biggest of my litter and love being the BIG Brother. I love having a playmate...
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Teaching Tolerance 4h
To understand present-day injustice, high school students should understand the historic role of government in shaping racial inequity. Our new lesson series inspired by the book 'Color of Law' can help foster that understanding.
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The Washington Post 11h
Perspective: My elderly mom was treated in the ER, recovered and came home. Then the surprise medical bills started coming in.
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The Washington Post 10h
Mangroves, hardy shore-bound plants vital to many coastlines, are under threat
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The Washington Post 9h
The Mars 2020 rover will visit the perfect spot to find signs of life, new studies show
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Dan Gillmor 13h
If I were on the jury for the judge who's being prosecuted for helping a refugee escape ICE, I'd vote to acquit, period, and would try to get the rest of the jury to nullify this federal abuse of power.
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All In with Chris Hayes 13h
The U.S. has held a record 69,550 migrant children in government custody in 2019.
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Bruce Bartlett 17h
Replying to @BruceBartlett
If the president is guilty of corruption in office, then it follows that all his actions and appointments are illegitimate--fruit of the poisoned tree in lawyer-speak. The next president should start by revoking every single Trump executive order on her first day in office.
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The Washington Post 14h
Attorney General Barr accuses Democrats of using oversight powers to try to cripple executive branch
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Bill Chapman 14h
Replying to @WilliamHogeland
This is from Schlesinger’s Preface to the final edition.
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Frank Figliuzzi 17h
Our AG just admitted he views himself as Trump’s attorney: Barr slams Democrats and courts: Avalanche of subpoenas is designed to 'incapacitate the executive branch' - CNNPolitics
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Ted Lieu 14h
Why is campaign manager Brad 0 for 3 in Kentucky, Virginia & Louisiana? -Americans trust social media much less than in 2016 -Most Americans' lives have not improved -Farmers are filing for bankruptcy -Coal has not come back
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Bill Chapman 14h
Replying to @WilliamHogeland
What are your thoughts about Arthur Schlesinger’s The Imperial Presidency?
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john mclaughlin Nov 7
Social psychology research according to Kathleen Hall Jamieson, UPenn: “As you hear or read something repeatedly, you are more likely to think it’s accurate even if faced with evidence that it’s not.” Testing time ahead for classic Trump strategy.
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Bill Chapman 14h
Replying to @WilliamHogeland
Lord Acton, “Power corrupts, and absolute power corrupts absolutely.”
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Edward Luce 14h
Another big GOP defeat preceded by Trump rallies that did not help (and may in fact have hurt). This is starting to feel like a rather pleasant trend.
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👩🏻‍💻Joyce Seitzinger 16h
Please do not extend the use of the debunked narrative
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Bill Chapman 14h
Replying to @WilliamHogeland
So then, why do I have the feeling that we’re they alive during the founding era they would have been anti-federalists? Maybe even loyalists during the revolution?
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