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Thank You President Obama for Kindling Hope
27 Nov 2013
This Thanksgiving, I reflect on our nation. There is reason to despair, or course. Some dire work is still undone.
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Political Leaders On Twitter
31 Oct 2013
Politics today is all about messaging. So I took a quick look at the Twitter account for Democratic and Republican leaders in the House and Senate. What I found will not surprise you.
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Citizens United and the Perils of Super PACs
03 Sep 2013
Michael Stinnett - 9/03/2013: Legal rulings such as Citizens United and lax campaign financing laws have undermined the democratic process allowing wealthy donors to buy elections; so-called Super
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Life Before Social Security
16 Mar 2013
This year I will be 71 years old, assuming I make it and I have close family now into their eighties.
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Columbine, Virginia Tech, Aurora, Newtown
15 Dec 2012
I posted this after Aurora. Unfortunately it fits again.
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Medicare Age Requirement Should Go Down, Not Up
07 Dec 2012
Recently there has been
by Republican lawmakers and the media about a deal to help solve th
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ObamaCare is Off the Table in “Fiscal Cliff” Negotiations
23 Nov 2012
Those who poured out in droves to vote for President Obama, who by the way, won a second term in office, deserve to have what they stood in long lines on Election Day for.
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Why can’t we peaceful people be given a choice?
22 Oct 2012
About four or so months I attended a progressive town hall meeting hosted by my Rep. Eddie B. Johnson, with Rep. Barbara Lee from California.
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Dreams of a Nation, Needs an Education
10 Sep 2012
Children even in poverty-stricken areas go to bed at night dreaming about what they want to be. They dream of being firefighters, police officers, doctors, presidents and even super heroes.
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The Serial Killer Groupie and the GOP
16 Aug 2012
Once there was a serial killer. His name was William Hickman.
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