Category Archives: Politics

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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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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Show President Obama that you still believe.

Please enter your name and information in the spaces below. Within several minutes, you will receive a confirmation e-mail from “I Still Believe”. Please click the link in that e-mail to confirm your signature. (If you don’t see the e-mail, … Continue reading

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Where is the audacity? Where is the hope?

In 2008, I voted for the Audacity of Hope. I voted for Change We Can Believe In. I voted for an American future that I could be proud of. And so did more than 69 million other Americans. Two years … Continue reading

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“Oh my god, have you heard this one?”

A big thank you to Rachel Maddow for her segment last night on “the alternative right wing universe.” Egged on by Fox News, Rush Limbaugh, Glenn Beck, plus a host of internet posters; there is a segment of the American … Continue reading

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