Category Archives: Politics

Political Commentary

Happy Holidays

We are well into the holiday season and I am being accosted by otherwise good customers that I should have a “Merry Christmas.” Continue reading

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Trump Declaring Judaism A Nationality

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The climate of rising anti-Semitism in the U.S. and, more specifically on American college campuses, has more to do with white nationalism than any movement to fight against the Israeli one-state solution. Continue reading

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War on Christmas

“(Christian conservatives) say the next step after saying ‘Happy Holidays’ is abortion on demand and euthanasia. Continue reading

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Jesus Shoes (Or How to Walk On Water in One Easy Step)

We know that the water of the River Jordan has no chemistry that makes the water any more special than the waters in Lake Erie. Continue reading

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Firearms and the Ninth Amendment

I subscribe to the website Quora which emails lists of editorials ranging from the environment to science to war. I usually find something that piques my interest. What caught my eye this week is the large number of Op-Eds that concern … Continue reading

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Voter Suppression

The four states have canceled their GOP presidential primaries believing that Donald J. Trump cannot lose. Continue reading

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E Pluribu Unum

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When speaking to the general public about the national motto, almost all believed that the god being praised was the Christian God(s). Continue reading

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Planned Parenthood and Title X

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Title X is absolutely essential to ensure that tens of thousands of women, men, and young people get the reproductive and health care they need. Continue reading

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El Paso and Dayton Massacres

In 2017 nearly 40,000 people died due to gun violence in the United States. To put that into perspective, 50,000 Americans were killed during the 10-year Viet Nam War. Continue reading

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Workplace Religious Discrimination

My employer hired an outside person who had the same credentials as I with one exception which I found out later after I had left the Division – she was a “good Christian.” Continue reading

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