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This Liberal Is Fed Up With Right Wing BS!

This Liberal Is Fed Up With Right Wing BS!

    Here’s what I want to know. When did loving God and country mean being a right wing son of a b*tch who votes for literally taking food out of the mouths of poor children and VETERANS because “anyone on Food Stamps is a mooch,” and who spits on immigrants who do the grueling […]

What To Do About The California Drought

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What To Do About The California Drought

Water, water, everywhere and not a drop to drink. That’s what comes to mind every time I think of the California water shortage. California, along with other western states, is experiencing severe drought. According to some climatologists, this may just be the tip of the iceberg. Models are predicting at least a 50 percent chance […]

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No Class Warfare At Market Basket (Video)

On this Labor day weekend, it is good to remember what this country is supposed to be about: fairness, opportunity, standing up for what is right and facing down those who would take away what the worker has toiled so hard to build. In an unusual but uniquely American story, the tale of Market Basket, […]

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Is There Something Wrong With The Economy?

I ran across an interesting article today that cited something known in economic circles as “secular stagnation.” The definition: “Secular” implies the depressed state of the economy is down to structural, supply-side factors, while “stagnation” suggests cyclical obstacles to demand are to blame. The first sentence in the piece is “Is there something wrong with […]

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Even Rainy Seattle Is Going Solar!

So you’ve been thinking of going solar. You’re not alone. Across the country, people are slowly but surely putting solar panels on their roofs and generating clean energy to not only power their homes, but send power back to the grid for use by others. It’s even happening in one of the most overcast cities, […]

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