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Reasonable Gun Control Measures

The shooting that occurred at the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida on  February 14, 2018 was absolutely horrendous. Fourteen students and three teachers were killed and 3,100 other students were traumatized. The response of the students afterwards … Continue reading

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Global Warming I

Global Warming The science behind global warming is straight forward. Nitrogen (N2)accounts for 78% and oxogen (O2 )is 21% of the earth’s atmosphere. Both these molecules are like short, tiny rods. The sunlight is around 52 to 55 percent infrared, 42 … Continue reading

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Zero Dark Thirty and Terrorist Attacks Part One

This blog is about how a movie helped perpetuate one of the single most disgusting of the right wing Big Lies, the lie that torture gets actionable intelligence. In fact, what torture has done is damage the image of the … Continue reading

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Birthers

On August 6, 2013, Ted Yoho, Republican representative from Florida, told followers that he would support a bill to investigate President Obama’s place of birth. ( HuffingtonPost.)  ThinkProgress reported that the Republican Congressman from South Carolina, Jeff Duncan, came out … Continue reading

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Iraq and WMD’s

On  February 19th, MSNBC ran a special called Hubris about WMD’s in Iraq. It was an excellent documentary which discussed, in detail, the evidence presented by the Bush administration for WMD’s in Iraq. The video may no longer be available … Continue reading

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Entitlements

This piece isn’t as complex as my first but it is something that I just have to say. Over and over, I have to listen to people on the news talking about “entitlements,” mostly meaning Social Security and Medicare. It … Continue reading

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