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Category Archives: Politics
Eugenics! It’s Not Just For Breakfast Anymore!
The term eugenics conjures visions of evil in today’s world. Literally meaning “good birth” from the Greek words eu (good) and genos (birth), eugenics is study of improving the human race, particularly through selective breeding. Images of the atrocities committed … Continue reading
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I’d Like to Buy the World a Coke!
A company as large as Coca-Cola cannot avoid some type of controversy now and then. For instance, when Coke launched its ad campaign in China, the slogan “Coke Adds Life!” was translated into “Coke brings your ancestors back from the … Continue reading
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Franklin Delano Roosevelt signed the Social Security Act on August 14, 1935 which was approved by the U.S. Congress as a part of a series of domestic programs known as the New Deal. Social Security was initially designed as a … Continue reading
Split Second Into Eternity!
Fifty years ago, the world was stunned with the news of a heinous homicide that haunts many of us to this day– the assassination of President John Fitzgerald Kennedy. Throughout the last fifty years, many tried to explain what exactly … Continue reading
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When Chris Christie was a candidate for governor of New Jersey in 2009, I was unimpressed. He was an overweight, overbearing, over the top, loudmouth Republican politician. New Jersey voters were distraught. With New Jersey taxes going up, service going … Continue reading
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Less Government, Fewer Laws and More Freedom!
In a growing world, there is a general cry for smaller government and less interference with daily living. In a complicated society such as ours, this seems to make good sense. After all, history is wrought with examples of powerful, … Continue reading
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Oh I Wish I Was A “Carlos Danger” Wiener!
There’s one that represents you. Maybe he or she lives nearby. Maybe he or she represents a handful of people, may be millions. Who you ask? The self-serving politician! Not all politicians are bad, especially on the local level, but … Continue reading
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Truth, Justice and the American Way
Advertising is persuasive. Whether it’s called propaganda, mind control, brainwashing, menticide or thought reform, it all adds up to pretty much the same thing. If you want someone else to believe in something, to use your product or to buy … Continue reading
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Ryan’s Budget Proposal a “Scandal?”
While watching ABC’s political drama, Scandal, I realized that former vice-presidential candidate, Paul Ryan, is a fan. Apparently, he tunes in to the hit show gathering tips and tidbits on creating a national budget from fictional President Fitzgerald T. Grant. … Continue reading
And The Dish Ran Away With The Spoon!
John Kerry told the Egyptians to stop bickering and come to a political consensus during his visit last Saturday during his visit to that country. According to Kerry, the U.S. is concerned about Egypt emerging from an economic crisis and … Continue reading