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February 22, 2012

Some of the Differences between Republicans & Democrats (As Republicans See it)

In our continuing effort to help people understand Republicans and what they believe, this brief post offers a few examples of how Republicans perceive certain political behaviors depending on whether they are displayed by Republicans or Democrats. When Republicans refuse to compromise, they’re being principled and protecting Very Important American […]
January 21, 2012

What Republicans Believe

As the GOP primary season has progressed, the issues have become less clear and comprehensible, largely due to the profusion of ads and other messaging by super-pacs, whose mission it is to ensure that the issues become obscured and inscrutable to the average voter, so that he/she can concentrate on […]
March 23, 2011

Florida Follies: Protecting Corporations Instead of Abused Children

Of all of the venal manifestations of reverse-Robin Hoodism emanating from national and state legislative bodies in this year of radical right-wing revenge at the expense of the middle class, the working poor, the helpless and the needy, none is more odious or less justifiable than Senate Bill 1500 in Florida. […]
October 16, 2010

10 Things I Hate About Facebook

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October 9, 2010

Class Warfare? It sure is.

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July 25, 2010

In defense of career politicians

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July 10, 2010

Facebook vs. Facetime

Much is being written these days about how social media affects us, and a lot of people think it’s not all that helpful. Most prominent among the platforms and websites under contemplation of course, is Facebook; and noteworthy articles on the broader topic appeared here this weekend in both local newspapers. […]