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Worth reading from the New York Times

Has the G.O.P. Gone Off the Deep End? http://opinionator.blogs.nytimes.com/2013/07/17/has-the-g-o-p-gone-off-the-deep-end/?src=me&ref=general   Only misses one thing: The program of the lunatic fringe is to take over the Party, even if the process makes it useless to own! Perhaps they hope to build … Continue reading

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Now the Civil Rights Act!

We see the continuation of suicidal, that is, already dead behavior in yesterday’s Supreme Court decision that basically decimated the Civil Rights Act.  Is there any hope for the mean-spirited Republicans and conservatives?  No, in the long run there is no hope.  … Continue reading

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A Positive Take on Republican Behavior, in this case, Immigration Reform

It would seem inexplicable how suicidal it seems for Republicans to fight so hard against immigration reform, comprehensive or otherwise, but it is not actually suicidal.  It is really a conscious, subconscious, or outside the realm of any sense, acceptance … Continue reading

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