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NCFM Adviser Richard Doyle, The Kavanaugh “hearing” was reminiscent of the high tech lynching…

October 2, 2018
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NCFM Adviser Richard Doyle, The Kavanagh “hearing” was reminiscent of the high tech lynching

The Kavanaugh “hearing” was reminiscent of the high tech lynching that befell other patently decent male candidates for the U.S. Supreme Court, namely Clarence Thomas and Robert Bork.  One could visualize the stirring of MacBeth’s witches’ pot.  This travesty, in the face of overwhelming evidence and testimony to Kavanaugh’s good character, defied a rock bottom...
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NCFM Adviser Gordon Finley, Ph.D wonders “Are the Chickens of Social Progressivism Coming Home to Roost?”

March 10, 2016
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Are the Chickens of Social Progressivism Coming Home to Roost? Gordon E. Finley, Ph.D. The Michigan Democratic primary was a close race which Secretary Hillary Clinton unexpectedly lost and Senator Bernie Sanders surprisingly won. The pundit analyses of this unanticipated reversal relied almost exclusively on economic explanations.  It looked to me, however, like something...
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