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Past Tense, Future Tenser

  The day finally arrived, the day that Revolted Colonies was no longer past tense or future conditional.  It’s all right out there in the open.  The column has been quiet over this long, horrible weekend of the Charlottesville demonstration, riot and murder. So many people weighed in and so many people had meaningful things [...] The post Past Tense, Future Tenser appeared first on The Moderate Voice.
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