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Nasty TV

What’s with the spate of lascivious, demeaning and downright nasty TV commercials? The one that finally turned my stomach implied sexual congress between a gecko and a woman. That’s beyond pornography and descends into perversity. I had pretty much taught … Continue reading

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2010 results

It’s a shame that so many of us voted our fears than in confidence of a resilient America. Perhaps there was nostalgia for the good old days. In those days, however, unemployment in most of the country was three times … Continue reading

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Buying elections

What sort of person is it that can walk around and then one day say, “I don’t have one of those, I think I’ll buy one,” and shells out $139 million from her purse to purchase her very own governorship. … Continue reading

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Slanting the news

How does a newspaper slant a news story and still remain factual? My local daily – the Daily Item out of Sunbury, Pa. — presented a classic example in its lead story of Oct. 21. The headline: Carney ahead by … Continue reading

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PA – Tom Marino

A political party defines itself is by the candidates it offers for election. There are three races in Pennsylvania that I am following most closely. They show that the Tea Party (formerly the Republican Party) does not care what sort … Continue reading

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Sarah Palin

Another way a political party defines itself is by the people who seize leadership positions. So let’s take a look at the Queen Bee of the Tea Party (formerly the Republican Party), Sarah Palin. It has been a century and … Continue reading

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Rand Paul

A political party is defined by the candidates that it offers for public office. Let’s take a look at another Tea Party (formerly the Republican Party) candidate, this time in the U.S. Senate race in Kentucky. Rand Paul has said … Continue reading

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