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Real Choice in the Disinformation Age

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The Great American Election of 2012 is evocative of history’s clarion call about what could have been and futures lost… The results of Frankenvote is telling America its 200 years is well behind and the future is predictable―e.g., California and the EU headed … Continue reading

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An Honest Politician is a Step Away from Quicksand

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Imagine if all life were like the life of a politician for high public office. The chance comment, image or circumstance may be used to such effect by partisan fabricators of reality as to put an indelible brand across your … Continue reading

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Detour to Secular Winter

Now that the liberal utopians have set the course of the nation along the road to the Golden Goose graveyard and ghosts of Christmas past at a speed rail clip–the same path that was taken by Dead and Dying Old … Continue reading

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