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Michael Stusiak

Husband, dad, lawyer; love the church, motorcycles & cameras; heart transplant Class of '99 #DonateLife. Wobbling along trying to follow Christ. RT≠endorsement

Sacramento, CA USA

Joined on 8 January, 2011

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Replying to @Law_Practice: What the impeachment process could mean for trial lawyers down the road...

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Replying to @CWHM: From the summer of 2014 - The @RAFBBMF Lancaster, CWHM Lancaster VR-A and a BBMF Spitfire.

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Replying to @wellerstein: I hereby declare that when your inbox reaches either 235 or 239 unread e-mails you area allowed to determine it is "critic…

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What the impeachment process could mean for trial lawyers down the road...

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I hereby declare that when your inbox reaches either 235 or 239 unread e-mails you area allowed to determine it is "critical" and you can mark around half of them as "read" without reading them.

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America’s Original Identity Politics via @ForeignAffairs

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Replying to @CaitlinPacific: "What I can’t face about abortion is the reality of it: that these are human beings, the most vulnerable among us, and…

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From the summer of 2014 - The @RAFBBMF Lancaster, CWHM Lancaster VR-A and a BBMF Spitfire.

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"What I can’t face about abortion is the reality of it: that these are human beings, the most vulnerable among us, and we have no care for them."

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Replying to @NWSKansasCity: This morning's snow gave us pause on this #VeteransDay. This photo of the @TheWWImuseum
from last year's #Armistice100 h…

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This morning's snow gave us pause on this #VeteransDay. This photo of the @TheWWImuseum
from last year's #Armistice100 hangs in our entry way. So, Happy Veterans Day from all of us, who several are veterans. We are honored to serve the community we love. #KC #ArmisticeDay

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Replying to @CdnEncyclopedia: Did you know it was the poem "In Flanders Fields" by Canadian doctor John McCrae that helped popularize the red #poppy

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Replying to @HarvardBiz: Instead of saying to yourself, “I must be creative,” or “This has to happen now,” it’s better to tell yourself something li…

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Instead of saying to yourself, “I must be creative,” or “This has to happen now,” it’s better to tell yourself something like, “I’m going to see what happens,” “I’m going to explore this possibility,” or “I’m going to play around with some ideas.”

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Did you know it was the poem "In Flanders Fields" by Canadian doctor John McCrae that helped popularize the red #poppy as a symbol of Remembrance? This #RemembranceDay, learn the story behind the famous poem: #CanadaRemembers
#LestWeForget

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Replying to @jennmorson: TFW you’re arguing for incest and STILL don’t realize how stupid your white supremacy sounds.

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Replying to @HarvardBiz: Be intentional, not reactive.

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Quoted @emmaogreen

I got to spend a few days at the end of October in Sioux County, Iowa, where 81 percent of voters chose Trump over Clinton in 2016, and yet many people in the area would breathe a sigh of relief if the president were impeached.

Replying to @GregJao: One of the reasons I appreciate religion reporting from @emmaogreen and @TheAtlantic is the commitment to explore the diversit…

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Replying to @WWIIpix: A powerful scene from the documentary We Stand Alone Together (2001), E Company 506th PIR veterans Guarnere and Heffron return…

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Be intentional, not reactive.

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A powerful scene from the documentary We Stand Alone Together (2001), E Company 506th PIR veterans Guarnere and Heffron returned to the woods at Foy and Bastogne where they fought in late 1944 and early 1945.

Heffron passed away in 2013, Guarnere in 2014. #VeteransDay #WW2

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#RemembranceDay2019 Pop had three brothers in the #RCAF during WW2: Vic a #Lancaster mechanic, John a gunner, and Nick, who flew in both the pacific and European theaters, #P40s in Alaska and #Typhoons in England, before being KIS just before DDay #remeberance #aviation

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Replying to @emmaogreen: Final note: There is so much diversity in any place! Just in a short visit, I met folks with a whole range of views. Sioux…

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Replying to @MickFleetwood: I'm excited to announce a one-of-a-kind concert honouring the early years of Fleetwood Mac and its founder, Peter Green!…

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One of the reasons I appreciate religion reporting from @emmaogreen and @TheAtlantic is the commitment to explore the diversity and nuance in American religious life. This article is a brief illustration of that.

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Replying to @ChiBluesHistory: Whoever paired Big Mama Thornton with the Muddy Waters band deserves our eternal thanks.

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TFW you’re arguing for incest and STILL don’t realize how stupid your white supremacy sounds.

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Final note: There is so much diversity in any place! Just in a short visit, I met folks with a whole range of views. Sioux County is no monolith, Iowa is no monolith, just as evangelicals are no monolith. So take the caveats here seriously:

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I'm excited to announce a one-of-a-kind concert honouring the early years of Fleetwood Mac and its founder, Peter Green! 🎸 Visit my website for tickets, merch, and more information.

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Whoever paired Big Mama Thornton with the Muddy Waters band deserves our eternal thanks.

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Replying to @RadioFreeTom: So far, Lowry’s effort seems to be to define away all the stuff that makes nationalism so nasty, and then rechristen what…

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Replying to @RadioFreeTom: More to the point, Lowry tries to include anyone who really loves their country more than other countries as “nationalist…

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More to the point, Lowry tries to include anyone who really loves their country more than other countries as “nationalist”, as though there isn’t a perfectly serviceable word in “patriotism“ that has far less blood and soil connection. /2

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Quoted @sltrib

The "reflexive" hostility to nationalism "is ill-informed and an attempt to deem nationalism a swearword and end all discussion on that basis," @RichLowry writes.

So far, Lowry’s effort seems to be to define away all the stuff that makes nationalism so nasty, and then rechristen what’s left as nationalism to stay jake with the rubes and their vanguard, who know exactly what they mean by “nationalism” when they use it. /1

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#Generosity is great defense against cynicism.

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