Archive for August, 2013

“Milk, Honey, or Hemlock”

This article has been posted on Huffington Post. To view it at HuffPost click on the link.

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Is the Tea Party poisoning the Grand Old Party?

Republicans have never been particularly good at governing, but the Tea Party makes it impossible.

Life has become difficult for the Republican Party as their base — mostly old, Fox-watching white people — is fading into oblivion. A base easily stirred up over third rail issues and easy to convince to vote against their own best interest.

The advent of the Tea baggers in 2010, The Madhatter’s Tea Party,” has made things even worse. The political train is racing past Republicans and they don’t have a ticket to climb on board.

Where do they go from here?

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“Corporate Loopholes”

This article has been posted on The Huffington Post on 8/20.

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Corporations are whining about taxes — still!

For years American corporations have bemoaned their high corporate taxes while fleecing the American people and watching the country fall apart.

We were warned about the potential evil of corporations years ago by Dwight D. Eisenhower as he left office — telling us to beware of the military-industrial complex and what it would do to our country.

To our freedom. To our happiness and well-being.

Was Eisenhower a visionary?

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“UnReasonable Doubt”

Child murderer George Zimmerman was acquitted in Florida!

A jury of six women — five white — exonerated George Zimmerman after the self-professed neighborhood watchman pursued Trayvon Martin through the hood and shot him!

The case was closely observed. Whites and blacks, mothers and fathers, liberals and conservatives, the legal community, pundits, gun violence advocates, and those opposed to guns anxiously awaited the outcome. The country was deeply divided.

Not Guilty? Really?

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