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Obviously Insane?

Insanity is doing the same thing over and over but not having enough other insane people doing it to get a different result. Continue reading

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The Day That Changed The World

The coming election will probably change nothing. The wars will go on. The plundering of our national wealth will continue. The waste of our valuable talents and energies through unemployment and underemployment will march forward. Social Security and Medicare will be chipped away until sometime in the future they are hollowed out and meaningless. The rich will get richer and most of us will be grateful for the few scraps we get. But we CAN change the world. Continue reading

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Gridlock or Lockstep?

We may be down but we’re not out. Over the next couple weeks, follow a plan that will take any incumbent down who insists that his rich friends with the big check books are more important than you and I. Continue reading

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Open Mind Surgery

Sometimes we need something to cut through the noise and nonsense we are constantly bombarded with, something which puts things in a new perspective. This short video with commentary by the astronomer-philosopher Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson is something I think does just that and which I hope we can all appreciate on some level. Continue reading

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Chris Hedges: Speaking Truth To Power

In a OpEdNews essay titled “A Movement Too Big To Fail”, Chris Hedges explains why we must never compromise our values or temper our legitimate criticism of America. Continue reading

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You Don’t Use A Microscope To Find The Cow That’s Left The Barn

In the two weeks Congress recently bickered over $61 billion in budget cuts, the country has borrowed three times that just to keep afloat. It’s time to get our national priorities straight and put our financial house in order. Continue reading

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Differences That Don’t Make A Difference

Most of the legislation passed in the past two years __ an impressively long list of left and liberal leaning items __ will make no difference whatsoever to the long term prospects of America’s rapprochement with its fundamental ideals or its prospects for survival. Continue reading

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A New Commandment

I propose a new commandment. Not an 11th Commandment because ten is such a nice number (we have ten fingers, ten toes . . . well, most of us do). I suggest we replace the 10th Commandment . . . Continue reading

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