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Under The 2021 Xmas Tree

By the way the Holiday is falling this is the closest publishing date prior to Christmas so today I’m going to do my annual mythical gifts to a handful of progressives. In no particular order, here we go.

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The Best “Off Season” By An American College

We speak of off seasons mainly in sports. We look at who made the best trades (although the biggest often come near the in-season trade deadline), who had the best draft and who did the best in the free agent market. Today colleges are year-round operations but they still to a great degree take the summer off. With that background I’ll announce the winner and then spend the rest of the article justifying my decision. And the clear winner is Howard University.

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Under The 2020 Christmas Tree

Today is Christmas Day which has evolved into pretty much a secular holiday in America but is still the traditional time to give gifts. At tellthetruthonthem.com there is a mythical tree under which there are some gifts for progressives. Let’s take a peek.   Continue reading Under The 2020 Christmas Tree

SPECIAL NOTICE – RECOMMENED READING ADDITIONS

Earlier today I added two books to the Recommended Reading Section.  They are A Colony in a Nation by Chris Hayes and Shattered by Jonathan Allen and Aime Parnes.

A Colony in a Nation is a rather short book that deals with inequity, policing, racism, mass incarceration and white privilege.

Shattered deal with the 2016 election focusing on the Clinton campaign.