Keith Brabender

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Dedicated to the arts, religion and politics. I am a published poet, write for a poltical blog, and have taught at the college level.

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This will be the show I was supposed to do last week. I will discuss two aspects of the immigration issue: overpopulation and economy.

I will discus the verdict in favor of the police in Ferguson, Mo. and the subsequent protests in light of many civil rights events of the past. Ferguson's legacy in the civil rights movement is in doubt.

This will be a look at the immigration issue, taking into account the past history of America. A lot of what we do today is based on what we think about yesterday.

This will be an ongoing discussion of the process that puts our leaders in power. Like the candidates themselves, it is the good, the bad, and the ugly.

This show will be a discussion of the political process America uses to elect its government. It claims a higher moral ground because it holds democratic elections, yet it has low voter turnout and is trapped by the two party system. In... more

This will be a show where I cover the current topics that are of interest. There is an upcoming election, ebola, etc...

This will be a continuation of the show from yesterday on ISIS. Today I will discuss the American involvement and the cynicism surrounding the war in Syria.

This will be a discussion of Isis and how it could/should be seen by the the West. It does not appear to have much chance of long term survival. There are a great many factors that work against it, which I will discuss.

This will be a report on the conservative/Repubican world, spawned by my attendance at a yearly Republican dinner titled "Lincoln Day." What do Republicans talk about with one another on the local level, and does it have... more

This will be a look at some interesting current topics, including the IRS scandal, taking picutres for gay weddings, the generation wars and Jeb Bush on immigration.

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