Author Archives: Kay Day

About Kay Day

Kay B. Day is a freelance writer who has published in national and international magazines and websites. The author of 3 books, her work is anthologized in textbooks and collections. She has won awards for poetry, nonfiction and fiction. Day is a member of the American Society of Journalists and Authors and the Authors Guild.

SCOTUS returns Obama-era case to lower court; provides Trump relief on travel freeze

The Supreme Court of the United States seized the Monday news cycle as pundits and others analyzed decisions on a number of cases, two of them having to do with immigration matters. One case originally brought by the Obama administration … Continue reading

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UN could try to shred Amendment 1; columnist at Time Inc. property applauds

The United Nations appears to be attempting to shred the 1st Amendment to the US Constitution again. While many conservatives have decried this move, a columnist at Hello Giggles, a Time Inc. property, is applauding the move. That columnist is … Continue reading

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Major source of divisiveness for Trump voters overlooked by media and both parties

After the attempted assassination of approximately 20 Republican lawmakers on Wednesday, the pundit class weighed in. Most chose to emphasize the need for unity. Many called for an end to the divisiveness that worsened after the 2016 presidential election didn’t … Continue reading

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Spy novel potential: Deep State saga marked by former CIAers, missing data, and false accusations

As pundits earn their keep debating about President Donald Trump and ongoing ‘investigations,’ many have overlooked the progression in the Deep State saga. Former CIA spooks, a veritable mountain of missing data, and false allegations have all played a role … Continue reading

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After shooting in Alexandria, social media explodes as shooter’s politics revealed

It was not surprising. Within moments of news breaking about the shootings in Alexandria (VA), Twitter, Facebook, and other social media exploded. Republicans were reportedly targeted by the shooter. 

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Details emerge after shootings at congressional baseball practice; five injured

Ed. Note: I will be updating this as news comes in. I will place updates below the original story. News is breaking about shootings at an early morning congressional baseball practice in Alexandria (VA). Rep. Steve Scalise (R-LA) was shot … Continue reading

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Lawsuit: For Gibson Guitars and others, vindication on shady White House policy

Gibson Guitars should be smiling today. For one thing, news broke that President Donald Trump is discontinuing a shady policy the Department of Justice applied in dealing with US businesses. For another, watchdog group Judicial Watch is suing the Justice … Continue reading

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