Election Day USA

November 7th, 2012

By Jan Barry The young woman walked up to the closed, dark community center and burst into tears. “Where can I vote?” she said to an older woman standing in the virtually empty parking lot. “This is my first time.” And so began a conversation among strangers that led to my being asked to drive […]


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Election Day Silliness

November 6th, 2012

By Tom Carter The last time I voted in person in the U.S. was, to the best of my memory, in 1984.  (I voted for Walter Mondale; just shut up…!)  Every election after that, I was living somewhere overseas, and I voted by absentee ballot.  Sometimes I voted only for the big offices — president, […]


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Voting Rights of the Unliving Must Be Protected No Less than Those of the Undead

February 20th, 2012

By Dan Miller In a little reported but much appreciated Friday evening news dump, Attorney General Holder responded to recent statements that only 1.8 million dead people are registered to vote in the United States. He professed shock and profound dismay at the very small number.  In proclaiming the rights of the unliving, he confirmed […]


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Whose Independence Are We Celebrating?

July 4th, 2011

By Tom Carter There’s a lot of discussion about the Declaration of Independence and the unique founding of the United States of America every year at this time.  That’s a good thing.  But we also should be reflective enough to consider the flaws in our founding. The American Revolution against British rule, followed by the […]


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Too Bad Kids Can’t Vote

April 11th, 2011

By Dr. Jim Taylor If children could vote, then I’m sure politicians in both our federal and state governments would demonstrate some actual concern for them rather than demonstrating a wanton disregard for these little citizens who are the future of America. This profound indifference to the needs of our children is displayed starkly in […]


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