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Green Versus Green For Congress In New York

Back in November, I wrote a critical article about the Green Party, wondering why the party had failed to find congressional candidates to run in most of the districts across the United States. Since then, many congressional candidates have stepped forward. In some districts, more than one candidate has come forth.

Such is the case […]

What Or Who Do You Believe In Anymore?

At this point, I can’t think of a single political organization that has my trust. I look at the field of potential presidential candidates in 2016, for all the political parties, big and small, and shudder. […]

Edward Snowden Is A Hero

“I don’t see myself as a hero,” says Edward Snowden, the man who leaked the secret of the U.S. military’s massive spying against the American people.

I disagree. Snowden was an insider, and he was comfortably rewarded for going with the flow. He had a home in Hawaii. He earned about $200,000 per year. All […]

Don’t Be A Critical Tool. Stand Against Barack Obama’s Spying Machine.

Don’t be one of these critical tools. Stand up and demand that the electronic surveillance networks set up under the Patriot Act and the FISA Amendments Act be shut down. […]

Bank Of America Helps Rick Perry While Laying Off Thousands

Are we really supposed to believe that Bank of America wants to give Rick Perry nothing more than advice about job creation? Bank of America itself isn’t creating jobs. It’s destroying jobs by the thousands. What possible advice on job creation could Bank of America give to Rick Perry? […]

Why Announce Your Heterosexuality Before Supporting Homosexual Rights?

The right wing argues that same sex marriage will destroy heterosexual marriage. When heterosexual married couples point out that it’s no skin off their noses if gays and lesbians marry, it strongly undermines the right wing’s arguments. […]

Citizenre the Power of Tomorrow, Here Tomorow

Citizenre solar power isn’t even updating its promises anymore. That’s a sign to me that its promises aren’t worth listening to anymore. […]

Justice Clothing and Justice Clothing

They’re promoting injustice using the brand name Justice to make it seem otherwise, appealing to young girls’ fresh idealism even as they trash it, selling clothes for tweens that probably were made by tweens in outsourced sweatshops. […]

Sure, You Can Ban My Marriage, If…

It had been years since those long days in the Sahara with Maurice, but the experiences they had shared there came back to him in a flash. […]

Internet Research Can Help Medical Patients Comply

I were working in medicine, I’d be interested in ways to help patients to find appropriate sources of information on their own, rather than trying to restrict the flow of information to rushed office visits. […]

Conversations With God Plagiarized?

For Neale Donald Walsch to commit plagiarism by convincing himself that another writer’s words were his own should not be surprising. After all, Walsch had already convinced himself that his own words were the words of God. […]