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Obama, Seinfeld Getting Coffee

Just posted on the internet Thursday, here is an episode of “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee.” Unable to post it here so you will have to click on the link and allow yourself about 20 minutes to enjoy this New … Continue reading

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Thoughts Just Laying Around

– It is a shame that Arizona governor Jan Brewer vetoed the gay-discrimination bill. I was waiting to see if she would get a “welcome aboard” tweet from Russian president and noted gay hater Vladimir Putin. – Per John Fugelsang … Continue reading

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Obama's Baby Steps Forward

President Obama spoke in Berlin this week, and I have been waiting to listen to the speech, doing so this morning. Friends have been talking about Obama’s call for a new series of steps toward nuclear abolition. One friend, who … Continue reading

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Infringing on Sovereignty

Tuesday, the United States Senate failed to ratify the United Nations Convention on Rights of Persons with Disabilities in a 61-38 vote where two thirds majority was required. Senator Chuck Grassley of Iowa voted against ratification of the treaty, saying … Continue reading

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Use My Savings To Pay For What??

Think about this. The so called incredible debt that Republicans are so deathly scared of was run up by – Republican Policies. Remember that Reagan tripled the debt with his form of Keynesian economics – pumping money into the private sector … Continue reading

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My Weakness Is My Strength

It just occurred to me that the Republican Party does such a great job at twisting the truth that they have carried themselves for years by turning what used to be horrible failures into their embodiments of strength. While doing … Continue reading

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Decentralized and United we stand, Divided We Fail

[by David Van Thournout] I want to talk to my democrat friends who are in the fight to help Obama win in 2012. One person, even if he’s the president, can’t really change things in America. But I still believe … Continue reading

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Sunday Funday – Irish Eyes Are Smiling Edition

Who isn’t Irish this time of year? The Irish history in America is deep. Many of the people you meet every day trace their roots back to Ireland on one or both sides. So let’s see what you know about … Continue reading

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3 Easy Ways You Can Help Take Your Country Back This Weekend

1 – Participate in Bank Transfer Day Nov. 5 Saturday, November 5 · 9:00am – 5:00pm FOR MORE INFO: http://facebook.com/nov.fifth Together we can ensure that these banking institutions will always remember the 5th of November. If we shift our funds … Continue reading

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Weekly Observations

No Koch The state minister for environment in Baden-Wurtemberg has stated that his state, a highly industrialized part of Germany, will be decarbonized by the mid-century. The minister claims a broad consensus that this must be done by the German … Continue reading

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