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Voting

This is the season when well-meaning people tell us to get out and vote. Our local newspapers, the League of Women Voters—all sorts of voices pick up the chant. They trumpet the message that it’s our civic duty to vote. … Continue reading

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Political Parties

Are you a Republican or a Democrat? Well, actually, David, I’m not either one. I’m an independent. Oh, really? How’s that working out for you? When’s the last time an independent won a major political office? Okay, you’re right. Joe … Continue reading

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AP Writer Twists Netanyahu’s Words

Josef Federman wrote a highly biased report for the Associated Press which appeared in this morning’s edition (Wednesday, May 25) of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. It presumably appeared in other papers across the country. His headline read, “A fuller look … Continue reading

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Redistricting

A little long today, but it’s an important subject. ‘Tis the season to redistrict—and to whine about redistricting. As every third-grader probably knows, we have a new census every ten years. Once the census is completed and we know the … Continue reading

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