Snobbery and Promotion
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Category Archives: American Culture
I bolted straight up in bed last night and asked myself the most obvious question most folks in the media should be asking themselves about the health care reform debate. “Where is the bell-shaped curve in the GOP dissent?” Think … Continue reading
The two-week climate change conference in Copenhagen began Monday. Only another ten days or so of being lectured by Danes on how we are screwing up everything. It’s ok, its a very Danish thing to do. Ask any Dane. And … Continue reading
In August, 2008, John McCain was looking for a quick fix to turn his campaign around. He saw Barack Obama was black, Hilary Clinton was a woman and a woman almost beat the black man to the brass ring. But, … Continue reading
Yesterday, the US Senate tabled the Nelson amendment which would have limited access to abortions for people who had insurance subsidized by the US government. As part of the compromise, Medicare will be opened up to people 55-64 who have … Continue reading
I understand regional differences in editorial selection for newspapers and different editions based on a kind of soft “stop the presses,” but really WSJ, are you pandering to us in the “Pro-America” parts of the country? At least we should … Continue reading
Chef Tim Hammack serves up to 1,200 meals a day from whatever is donated to the Bay Area Rescue Mission in Richmond, Calif. Like Dr. Dave Ores, Tim isn’t waiting around for government to help solve problems. He is hopping … Continue reading
Every Thanksgiving, I understand the Conservative movement going on in pro-America parts of the country. I understand Sarah Palin and the Tea Party and even my neighbors who have certain opinions on change and new ideas. I understand it because … Continue reading