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I’m so proud to have supported and worked for this man’s election to the presidency. Barack Obama is proving to be an even better president than I had dared hope for when I voted for him in November of 2008. And on Sunday … Continue reading
No to fascism! Where do you bring a poster that says this? To protest a march of Nazis through a Jewish neighborhood? To protest a convention of Holocaust deniers? To protest Adolf Hitler? Well, no. If you’re part of the psychologically … Continue reading
I like the ad below. Hopefully, Obama will use the recession to put people to work building large windmill farms, and other forms of renewable energy, even as Roosevelt created jobs during the (1930s) Depression making hydroelectric dams: