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A look at the events of our lives, from the daily mundane to the grand global stage from the perspective that the only way to make it better is to recognize our own role in facing the challenges.

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Heroes and Villains

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Follows is a list of the heroes and villains of the 111th Congress. House Resolution 1 passed the house yesterday (for those who don't know what that it, it is the $850 billion pork barrel spending bill masquerading as the American... more
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Bipartisan Stimulus Proposal

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So, I was listening to Rush Limbaugh tonight, after my show, and I just had to post my thoughts here. Mr. Limbaugh made a reasonable, serious proposal as an alternative to the current spending plan in congress. I would encourage each of... more
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Website for summary of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act

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Okay, so for those of you who've been following our last couple of shows, the website if you want to check out the summary (instead of the mammoth text of the entire bill which is listed as HR1), you can try this website American... more
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Websites for Citizens of These United State

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Okay, so the federal government can be a bewildering maze of information. We are bombarded daily with news from TV, newspapers, magazines, the internet, and radio, and all of it is filtered through someone who consciously or... more
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Question of the Week, Article I

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Happy Tuesday! Well, I think we finally got the techie kinks worked out of the show. No static, no choppiness, and no fading in and out. And I finally got the format worked out. We kick off with this day in history, so far we're focusing on... more
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Upcoming Show - Jan. 11 12 am

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I was browsing yahoo news yesterday (yes, I know, my first mistake), and came across this headline: Gaza truce proposed after Israeli shell kills 30. Now, reading this headline, which has since been changed, you would think that one of... more
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