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Moving Forward into 2015

When we frame an issue locally: protecting homes from foreclosure, police brutality, or even the broader civil rights issues that are ignored by authority; we open ourselves up to problems. We have limited impact even when we succeed; we may … Continue reading

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Shutdown: My call *to sense*

In 1992 the King of Thailand, although well-loved by the vast majority of Thais, handed over most of his power to a Parliamentary-style government. As you can well imagine, many Thai people still revere their King and take their directions … Continue reading

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Michigan Kills Democracy, FDA Kills Babies

In the three years of the Great Recession, more than 5 million families have lost their American Dream. Through foreclosure or short sale, another 6 million face the same fate during the next 3 years. As more than 10% of … Continue reading

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Middle East Burning

The Middle East, traditionally a tinderbox awaiting a spark, is burning. In just the last two weeks, Tunisia’s youth, sparked by the self-immolation of a college-educated yet unemployed compatriot, have led marches and demonstrations that drove the Western-backed president to … Continue reading

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