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The Power of Protest

First off, a disclaimer: having grown up during the volatile 1960s and early 1970s, I have a soft spot in my heart for protestors. I dreamed of joining the John Lennon/Yoko Ono peace rally in Toronto, if only I were old enough … Continue reading

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“Class Warfare”? COME ON.

Many of the wealthy earned their millions and billions on the backs of the people who work for them, so since when is it “class warfare” to ask them to give back to the society that supported them? Eh? Why are … Continue reading

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Where Has Our Civility Gone?

Watching the 9/11 memorials makes me wonder: What happened to post-attack civility on the part of our elected officials, specifically Congress? How are they honoring the victims’ ultimate sacrifice? I’d like to know what Eric Cantor thinks about when he wakes … Continue reading

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Give Me Peace

Give me peace, I say, from the idiocracy in Washington, the Beltway bastards who think that the world revolves around the colors red and blue. They care only about their agendas, their supporters, their power, forgetting that we’re sitting back, … Continue reading

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