Thought for the Day

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Earlier today Prime Minister of Israel Benjamin Netanyahu spoke at some length about the necessity for his country to destroy Hamas’ ability to attack Israel. He spoke of this as being an operational necessity. He then went on to make … Continued

Theatre of the Absurd

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The house GOP leadership has demonstrated again, in rather spectacular fashion — with the failure to pass the border crisis bill — their stunning incompetence and inability to get anything positive done. This comes on the heels of their recent … Continued

The Do-Nothing Congress

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  This country’s hard working “do nothing” Congress took time out of their busy schedule to pass a resolution authorizing a congressional lawsuit against the president — this as a prelude to impeachment. The basis of the suit is that … Continued

Thought for the Day

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For well-intentioned liberals, having the Republicans put forth a new anti-poverty program is a bit like sitting down to a game of poker with a card cheat.  You should only expect to get fleeced. The Money Trader

Shame on America

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We should as Americans remember that we are all (except for Native Americans, this continent’s original inhabitants) the sons and daughters, grandchildren or great-grandchildren of immigrants, people who willingly braved all challenges, sacrificed and endured many hardships just to get … Continued

Wal-Mart — Prince or Pirate?

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The city of Portland, Oregon recently announced that it will be gradually divesting of all of its investments in Wal-Mart (more U.S. cities should do the same).  The town’s City Council no longer sees Wal-Mart as a socially responsible employer … Continued

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