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Taking a page from history: What ‘The White Queen’ can teach our government

So the long shutdown nightmare is over – whoops, not completely. At least we have a two-month respite. Perhaps during that time logic, civility and sanity will prevail. One can always hope for the best. In the meantime, we can … Continue reading

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Government still shut down: What’s a girl to do?

So what does one do when the government is closed and you are on furlough since you’re not “essential” personnel? After cleaning out the closets and filing all the pieces of paper floating about your house, you need a break … Continue reading

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Government shutdown: Not just a domestic issue

I fully admit it: I’m a news addict. I watch the news way too much. For instance, on Sunday mornings I watch CBS, CNN, Fox, ABC, and NBC. Last Sunday I was greatly impressed by Evan Bayh on a panel on Chris … Continue reading

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Here we go again: Will the government shut down?

What a week. We seem to be heading for a government shut down and only do our elected members of the government seem to miss the fact that all of us are tired of these ridiculous games. Most Americans want … Continue reading

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