Monthly Archives: January 2011

SOTU: Fighting for the Average American Now

Everyone seems to offer a response to the State of the Union address these days.  We even got two televised responses last night.  So I thought I would as well.  Unfortunately, there’s not a whole lot to say.  The President … Continue reading

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What do you do when the rug is pulled from under you?

Yesterday, the Huffington Post featured a front page story about the “The New Face of Homelessness.” Within hours, thousands of readers posted comments, many telling of their own personal struggles with facing foreclosure, eviction, and homelessness.  Their stories are harrowing, … Continue reading

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Golden voice(s)

Everyone’s talking about Ted Williams these days. My twitter feed is abuzz with congratulations for him, YouTube is counting hits of his video clips in the millions, and most of the news sites I frequent have something to say about … Continue reading

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