It was, on one level, a classic story of self reinvention and deception. Don’s was a story about how the men who made America made themselves. “It’s in our DNA, these picaresque figures,” Weiner says. Just 16% of Americans say democracy is working well or extremely well, a pessimism that spans the political spectrum. Nearly half of Americans, 45%, think democracy isn’t functioning properly, while another 38% say it’s working only somewhat well.Trump will face an unprecedented second impeachment trial in the Senate this week for his role in sparking the violence. About half of Americans say the Senate should convict the Republican former president.”At every turn, it’s gotten worse and worse,” said Curtis Musser, a 55 year old Republican leaning independent in Clermont, Florida, who didn’t vote for Trump.
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Capitol and a network of activists spreading misinformation about the coronavirus and presidential election.”We’ve already seen the tyranny that has been happening with government orders since the whole COVID 19 thing started,” read the post shared on Leaf’s Facebook page. “With Joe Biden as president, it won’t get better unless we the people do something about it. It’s time for all patriots to become educated on the Constitution and their rights and begin standing up and taking action, now more than ever before.”Lane Crothers, a professor at Illinois State University who studies far right social movements, said the CSPOA argues sheriffs have the right to selectively enforce laws based on their interpretation of the constitution.
Zanou, her husband and their three children had left West Africa for what she believed would be a better life in Montreal.It wasn’t. Tough enough to adjust to a place where colour can always be an issue, but tougher still when her husband finds it difficult to adjust to a society where the male dominant culture he left behind is not the norm here.As a consequence, Zanou underwent harrowing periods of violence before deciding she had to take her life and those of her kids into her own hands if she were to survive.Zanou’s story, as well as several other women from Togo and the Ivory Coast, is the focus of Togo born director Gentille M. Assih’s poignant National Film Board of Canada documentary Into the Light.