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The Media’s Contrived Circus: More than Three Rings

Is the almost-Quran-Burning Circus coming to your town next? Read More »

The Fool’s Game

Our recovery would be here if the wait-obstruct-and-stall game being played by the GOP would end. Read More »

The Vote is Your Voice — Defend It and Use It

From casting the first ballot in 1788 to today, Americans have had to fight for our suffrage, our collective voice. Read More »

The Health Care All Of Us Want

The Republicans insist they have been excluded from the health care reform process. Yet, the White House's website refutes this claim. Read More »

The America We All Want

Is it possible for America to both embrace capitalism and create social programs to help her failed economy and growing domestic problems? Read More »

A Republic, If We Can Keep It

As a vital leader on the world stage, America appears to be suffering from stage fright for a number of reasons. Read More »

Michael Jackson: A Gift Remembered and Lost

My memories of Michael Jackson celebrate, above all, his rich and enormous talent, not the accusations he was fully acquitted of. Read More »

The Fear Diary: Observations, Confessions, and Learning to Live with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

I have forgiven myself and reached out to others; this is the first step towards living with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. Read More »

HR676, US National Health Care Act: What’s Stopping Us?

Hr676 a single-payer plan for health care would benefit all of America. What's holding it up? Read More »

Kinzua Reservoir and Dam: The Road to Nowhere

Walking quietly down the narrow path, holding hands at times, we always feel a sense of peace and renewed balance. Read More »