Monthly Archives: January 2014

Riding the Freedom Train from San Jose to San Francisco

For the past few weeks I’ve been waiting for Martin Luther King’s Day to come. I had been wanting to go to the Freedom Train and join in the celebration in San Francisco for King’s legacy. It was a lot … Continue reading

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Thoughts About Health Care for January

I read recently that over two million Americans have signed up for health care insurance under the Affordable Care Act, better known as Obamacare, either through the federal website or through the state health exchange websites. The government’s health care … Continue reading

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The Little Tramp Turns 100

Last week I read that Charlie Chaplin’s iconic character the Little Tramp will celebrate its 100th anniversary this coming February. Chaplin is one of the seminal figures in cinema history, and also one of the most subversive. The Little Tramp … Continue reading

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