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Why I Support Jill Stein in 2016

Why do I support Jill Stein? The executive summary is because a) I recognize that Global Warming is an urgent crisis that requires an immediate and massive shift to renewable energy to fix, and b) because I am opposed to … Continue reading

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Hillary Clinton is No Liberal Hero

As a progressive liberal living in Massachusetts, where Hillary is leading Trump by about 26 points, I have concluded that I simply cannot use my vote to support Hillary Clinton; she does not represent my progressive values, and I cannot … Continue reading

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Explaining Donald Trump: FOX News’ization of the Republican Party

“Who would ever vote for Donald Trump?” This is a question that’s been confounding the entire rational-thinking world ever since Trump became the front-runner for the Republican nomination for President on a platform of hate, racism, misogyny, and all-around aggressive … Continue reading

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Political Super Bowl: 2014

Every year, I enjoy compiling a list of important political stories that surround the year’s most anticipated and watched sporting event: the Super Bowl. In previous years, I’ve written these entries prior to kick-off as a “be on the look-out … Continue reading

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2013’s Political Super Bowl

Last year, I wrote about how 2012’s Super Bowl was more political than many people may have realized: “I’m sure many people will balk at the idea of politics mixing with sports – usually they are seen as being mutually … Continue reading

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The Lies of the Keystone XL pipeline

The most common mistake that politicians and the media make when discussing the Keystone XL pipeline is to frame it as an “environment vs. economy” issue. When presented this way, it appears to be a niche issue that will only … Continue reading

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Debunktion Junction: Myth of “1 More Gun”

In the wake of gun-related tragedies, the pro-gun part of the population always comes to the same conclusion: the problem was not that there were too many guns, but rather that there were too few guns. In other words, had … Continue reading

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An Introduction to The Family’s Influence in Africa

For far too long, Africans have been influenced by American conservative politicians and religious leaders with their own selfish and destructive interests – particularly relating to homosexuality. It’s time that Africans decide their own way, free from Western influence. These … Continue reading

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Global Warming: April 2012

Global Warming increases the intensity and frequency of storms, and causes unseasonable weather. We are seeing both in different parts of the country… An area spanning from Minnesota to Texas could be at risk of life-threatening tornadoes this weekend: “Baseball-sized … Continue reading

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2012’s Political Super Bowl

On Sunday, February 5, 2012 the Super Bowl will be held in Indianapolis.  While I’m not a huge sports fan, I always enjoy watching the Super Bowl.  I’ll be especially engaged this year, as the NY Giants represent the state … Continue reading

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