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November 30, 2010

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A HAT TO COVER YOUR HEAD I am one among several people who joins newly elected Florida Congresswoman Frederica Wilson, because we enjoy wearing hats, and we have a “hatitude.” Wilson is shaking things up in Washington even before taking her oath of office  in January. She wants to wear her trademark hats in the […]

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November 23, 2010

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TEA PARTY MEMBERS BACK BRISTOL PALIN Well,  Tea Party members are nothing but consistent. They voted  in people who are not qualified to govern, and they are voting in Bristol Palin, who is not qualified to dance. Saying that Bristol, a chick from Alaska, out danced  Brandy, a R & B soul queen, on “Dancing […]

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November 18, 2010

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NEW REPUBLICANS SEND WRONG MESSAGE What have we got going on with the newly elected Republicans in the House of Representatives? Regarding to the continuing of the “Bush tax break” discussion (“White House, GOP lawmakers set terms to debate policy,” last Monday): President Barrack Obama needs to grow a backbone. Also, last Tuesday the Republican […]

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November 13, 2010

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CONGRESS SHOULD SET EXAMPLE Now that Republicans have the majority in the U.S. House of Representatives, and they have promised a “new direction,’ they should start with themselves by setting an example. They should look at cutting congressional salaries, benefits, and perquisites as a way to reduce the cost of government and the deficit. How […]

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November 6, 2010

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ANGER DOESN’T SOLVE NATION’S PROBLEMS Many people believe they can put their finger on much of what’s wrong with the United States these days, bu few can come up with sensible answers to solving the problems confronting our nation. It’s impossible to explain much of America’s political discourse in coffee shops and around the dinner […]