Congressman Beyer’s News Commentary: We Must Protect Our Blue Planet

March 28, 2018 7:15 PM0 comments

Earlier this month, four other Members of Congress and I held a press conference on the importance of protecting our oceans and waterways. Just as it affects what happens on land, climate change can have serious impacts on the aquatic environments and the life that resides within them. The world’s […]

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A Paean to ‘Pi Day 2018’

March 15, 2018 5:19 PM0 comments

A convergence of two or more uniquely poignant, visible events in the same time frame can signal that a transformational alteration of the cosmos has taken place. This happened abundantly on “Pi Day” this year, on March 14, 2018, named “Pi Day” because by being 3-14 on the calendar, it […]

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The Trump-Putin Protectionist Push

March 7, 2018 10:37 PM0 comments

The foul and uncouth oversized Russian mole in the Oval Office is acting in exact conformity with the demands of its master. The threat that Trump’s insistence on throwing up protectionist tariffs as sudden brakes on the global and U.S. economies is exactly what Putin is hoping will cripple his […]

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Trump & Mueller Vie For America’s Soul

February 28, 2018 7:42 PM0 comments

A singularly unique late night exchange occurred on Don Lemon’s watch on CNN Tuesday night, when Max Boot of the Council on Foreign Relations, author of a column in Sunday’s Washington Post entitled, “Trump Vs. Mueller is a Battle for America’s Soul,” squared off with Mike Shields, a Republican National […]

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It’s a Russian War on America

February 21, 2018 8:28 PM0 comments

The 37-page indictment issued against 13 Russians and three Russian companies by Special Counsel Robert Mueller last week is one of the most shocking, revealing and troubling array of fully-documented revelations about a wholesale assault on the domestic American democratic system ever. As much attention as it has received in […]

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Congressman Beyer’s News Commentary: Action After Parkland

6:28 PM0 comments

The shooting in Parkland, Florida, like the many mass shootings and school shootings before it, horrified the country. But the aftermath this time has been unlike the cycle of inaction we’ve sadly become used to. What is so different right now is that America’s young people, those directly impacted by […]

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