Author Archives: ChangeSurvive

Repeal your own damn health care.

Last week, Politico and Talking Points Memo carried a story that sounded so outrageous you had to wonder if it wasn’t a new urban legend. Unfortunately, amazingly, it was true. New GOP congressman from Maryland Andy Harris, M.D. was in … Continue reading

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More great comments to President Obama

The media loves to carry controversy and discord. We want to make sure that Pres. Obama knows we care about this country and support his priorities. These signers of The letter of support for Pres. Obama care and support Change … Continue reading

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Powerful comments to Pres. Obama

The letter of support for Pres. Obama continues to get additional signers and powerful, heartfelt comments: Tera Jones, 
”I still have faith in you and what you are doing for this country and the world. Please stay your course and … Continue reading

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Let them eat cake?

Sometimes it’s difficult to look at politics without being just a little bit cynical. Last night we posted the story about research confirming that as income inequality rises, poor American voters turn more conservative. Now, as relatively rational people, that … Continue reading

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As income inequality increases, U.S. poor become more conservative.

According to research findings in the October issue of the American Journal of Political Science, as the American income inequality becomes greater, low income homes become more politically conservative. “It’s a bit of a conundrum,” says Peter Enns, assistant professor of government at Cornell University. Continue reading

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Don’t compromise on progressive change.

In case you need another reason or two to lend your support and ask Pres. Obama to stand firm on progressive issues, Republican Sen. Jim DeMint has graciously indicated that he would be willing to “compromise” on the Bush tax … Continue reading

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