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Why, As A Liberal, I Hate Paying Taxes.


Who likes paying taxes? I write as committed liberal social democrat and Obama supporter. I care about humanity, and I have devoted my writing and volunteering life to advocating on behalf of the poor, the disenfranchised, the marginalized and all...More


Mitt Romney’s Unreleased Tax Returns Will Damage His Campaign


Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney must realize by now that it has become a catch-22 situation with either the release or the continued unreleased of more of his tax returns – his campaign is probably going to be damaged either way.More


After DOMA: The Future of Gay Marriage in America


I think it’s probably safe to say that gay marriage is eventually going to happen in America, and I don’t mean state by state. What I mean is the end of DOMA and then legislation federally recognizing gay marriage as...More


"White House Leading Attack on Religious Liberty!"


Ave Maria University campus Yup. "White House Leading Attack on Religious Liberty" was the title of an article by Jim Towey, President of Ave Maria University, a Catholic liberal arts college located just south of Immokalee, Florida. The article appeared...More




I, like the rest of the world today, woke up to the sickening events in Aurora, Colorado. I lone gunman went to the movie opening of THE DARK KNIGHT RISES and shot up the theatre, killing 12 people and injuring...More


“Rich People Have Rights Too” Says Mr Babs


“Rich People Have Rights too.” Says Mr. Babs “ROBIN HOOD”- A Thief? No; fighter for right and justice against the oppression of The Tyrant Usurper Defender of the poor and the rightful wearer of the crown. Hero of the Common...More


My Personal Account of Private vs Government-Public School


Unlike many kids, I had the privilege to attend both public and private school. Here is an account of the stark difference, from what I remember, between the two. I attended private school in 1st and 5th grade. It was...More


Another Week of GW News – July 1, 2012 [A Few Things Ill Considered]


Logging the Onset of The Bottleneck Years This weekly posting is brought to you courtesy of H. E. Taylor . Happy reading, I hope you enjoy this week’s Global Warming news roundupMore


Amending Health Care Law Better than Repeal


It’s very clear that a lot of Americans are concerned a great deal with the new health care law the Affordable Care Act . It’s also quite understandable to be concerned; it does turn the health care system in this...More


Health Care Mandate is About Personal Responsibility; A Conservative Idea


After The United States Supreme Court upheld the Affordable Care Act on Thursday, Facebook, Twitter and thousands of websites across the Internet were overwhelmed with comments. Many of those comments were about outrage and showed a great deal of anger...More