Donal Graeme was a Dorsai, a mercenary soldier, and also a mutant gifted with insight into the path forward for the human race. Through his gifts, Donal would come to bend time and live three lifetimes - and, in the process, run into problems he had not expected: first, his own flaws, and second, the existence of another mutant, Bleys Ahrens. Bleys is a man with a clear vision of the struggle in which he's involved - but an increasingly deficient sense of human values.
Gordon Rankin Jr., aka "Rank", against his will and his nature, he has long been considered—given his enormous size and strength—a goon and enforcer by his classmates, by his hockey coaches, and, not least, by his "tiny, angry" father. He gamely lives up to their expectations, until a vicious twist of fate forces him to flee underground. Now pushing 40, he discovers that an old, trusted friend from his college days has published a novel that borrows freely from the traumatic events of Rank's own life.
"Do Others Know Us Better Than We Know Ourselves?"
The group has seen unprecedented support as it challenges the president on immigration and other policies.
"ACLU Emerges as Main Trump Antagonist" is from the March 08, 2017 National section of The Washington Post. It was written by Sandhya Somashekhar and narrated by Sam Scholl.