Monthly Archives: March 2011

AH, HAH! MOMENTS

Recently, I have been hearing folks having epiphanic experiences when it comes to institutionalized racism in the United States.  I am surprised and quickly become suspicious when these instances are reported, because I reflexively disbelieve anyone living in this country … Continue reading

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MILITARY ACTION IN LIBYA?

There is pressure upon Nobel Peace Prize laureate, President Barack Obama, to proceed to a military solution to the crisis in Libya.  Unfortunately, Col. Muammar Qaddafi has elected to trounce the rebels through air attacks, ground forces, and other military … Continue reading

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UNION BUSTING IN WISCONSIN

The public sector needs protection from those who favor the well-to-do at the expense of the average worker.  Many who have this inclination seem impervious to the fact that their support works against their own interest.  What kind of democracy … Continue reading

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