Monthly Archives: November 2010

Attending a Rally for Fair Elections

For the past few years, I’ve been bothered by the strong influence that corporations and their lobbyists have had in our political system. It seems that these corporations are able to spend large amounts of money to insure that only … Continue reading

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On Repealing “Don’t Ask Don’t Tell” This December

Many people have been exasperated by the Obama administration’s appeal of a recent court case that repeals DADT and I understand that frustration. During the 2008 campaign and in his State of the Union earlier this year, Obama promised to … Continue reading

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Thoughts On Voting Today

Lately I’ve been hearing a lot of people express disillusionment with voting, and I don’t blame them. With all that we hear about gridlock in government, the bad economy and the extreme slow pace of change, it seems like voting … Continue reading

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