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James Turnage

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James Turnage is currently a writer and editor for The Public Slate, a subsidiary of the Guardian Liberty Voice. He is also a novelist who is in the process of publishing his fourth effort. His responsibilities include Editing, reporting , managing.

Only a day-and-a-half into free agency and the changes are amazing. I believe that the losses for some teams will outweigh the gains by...

It’s a direct insult to America’s working class that the Koch brothers would have the audacity to advertise on television praising themselves and their...

Religions become cults when they expect their followers to obey its directives without question. Ministers become cult leaders when they seek complete control over...

Shock and Awe! I never saw any of these four trades coming. But they’re pretty darn exciting. The very first one I saw today...

Ask most Americans and I’m sure they would tell you that race relations within the United States have greatly improved; they would be wrong....

Politics trumps common sense and what is right in America. And, like sheep being led to the slaughter house, far too many Americans agree...

This is more than an article, it’s a warning. It’s time for national protests aimed at the Republican Party. With control of both houses...

Third in a Series Exposing Nevada’s Negligent Prison System and Parole Board A Public Slate Exclusive The first two articles in this series exposed a failed...

Complaints about our broken government come in bunches. One item on which all Americans agree is that if it is to be repaired, Democrats...

When the Bush Administration ordered immoral actions by the CIA, they began changes within law enforcement which are marching our nation towards the establishment...

NFL free agency does not officially begin until Tuesday at 4 p.m. Eastern Time. Already some big names have been signed or offered huge...

On November 5, 2014, GOP leaders Mitch McConnell and John Boehner promised that now that their party controlled both Houses of Congress significant legislation...