Monthly Archives: January 2017

Exercise your rights

Lack of physical exercise makes your muscles flabby. Lack of intellectual exercise slows your brain’s processes and allows it to retain less. Lack of exercising your rights cedes them and leaves you unrepresented. I recently changed the masthead on several … Continue reading

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Who we are

The world as we know it is about to change drastically. Republican Donald Trump won the Presidency. His path to an electoral college win eked out on three swing states where the combined margin of victory was less than 10,000 … Continue reading

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This is … us

I am told I shouldn’t watch Dan Fogelman’s “This Is Us” on NBC because it turns me into a tearing soppy mess. Granted, to be honest, I am a sap when it comes to a lot of filmed stuff. I … Continue reading

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Local politics and the art of the groundswell

This election cycle has taught the US a lot about it’s own politics. Not just the Republicans and what the election of Donald J. Trump means to the further fracturing of their coalition and usurping of their conservative ideas by … Continue reading

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