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Monthly Archives: April 2012

Student loan smokescreen

President Obama’s latest focus on student loans is a vapid response to the unemployment issue: We should be doing everything we can to put higher education within reach for every American — because at a time when the unemployment rate for Americans with at least a college degree is about half the national average, it’s […]


One question to start it all

Take any problem you can think of in the world. Now let’s not be unrealistic and say things like “global warming” or “world hunger”. Think of something much smaller, preferably local to your area. Do you have something yet? You should be able to visualize the problem and be able to describe it in relatively […]


This is getting creepy…

I must have some kind of political sixth sense that is currently untapped… On January 7, 2012, I posted an article calling for Rep. Gabrielle Giffords to resign, stating that it’d be in the best interest of the people she represented for her to step aside and let someone else take her seat and provide […]


Open letter to Rick Santorum

Mr Santorum, Consider this a statement from a concerned citizen regarding your presidential bid. While I’ve already written that I don’t feel you would be electable, let alone a good candidate for the Republican party, recent news regarding your daughter gives me reason to believe that you should not be in politics at all right […]