Category Archives: citizenship

Bowing Toward Mocha: Why Americans Suck at Taking to the Streets.

Let me get this straight right at the beginning. I am not complaining. I for one am happy as can be that for the most part my fellow countrymen and I comprise the lamest bunch of flame-throwing radicals in the … Continue reading

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Goodbye . . . Hello: A First Decade Homage to the Lost

Here at the end of the first decade of the new millennium, it is time to take stock.  I view the decade of 9/11 as an historical airlock—a chance to purge from our lungs the excess carbon dioxide of having … Continue reading

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Dear Reprimander-in-Chief:

I know you are busy. Heck either standing tall on the world stage or bending over backwards to placate your opponents here at home would be a full time job. Working overtime everyday to do both must be taxing.  Nevertheless, … Continue reading

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Bah! Humbug! Christmas 2010

Twas the night before Christmas and as was his stead Santa went off with his gift-laden sled. With toys for the tots and great gifts for the rest, He was certain they’d all feel joyous and blessed. He hit Canada … Continue reading

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The 2010 Midterm Elections Know-Your-Issues Flash Cards

With November bringing possibly the most important election since Ken Howard beat those three or four other people who weren’t working often enough to keep them from being president of the Screen Actors’ Guild, attention must be paid to making … Continue reading

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So You Wanna Be a Tea Party Candidate!

Early on the movement was sufficiently widespread and populist in nature that it was really difficult to define accurately the “typical” Tea Party candidate. Now that the primary season is over scientists have been able to arrive at a template … Continue reading

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The Tea Party Congressional Moms’ Approved Children’s Reading List.

Who’s Waldo, Why Does He Dress Like a Foreigner, and Why is He Trying So Hard to Blend in? The “Bunny” Trilogy: Don’t Pat the Bunny, Sweetie. It Seems a Little Weird. If You Pat the Bunny One More Time, … Continue reading

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