Monthly Archives: October 2010

VOTE: None-of-the-Above

I finally opened my mail-in ballot today, not very happy with the choices, but committed to doing my civic duty and vote, even though I had not decided on most of the questions. The recent rash of campaign rhetoric and … Continue reading

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The Argument for Tax Breaks…. Or Not

I am becoming more skeptical about the argument over higher taxes for the “rich”. While it is encouraging to see and hear our so-called leaders apparently debating anything in the open, rather than behind their typical closed doors, it is … Continue reading

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Bill O’Reilly: Stirring the Pot for His Own Benefit

Bill O’Reilly’s statement last week on the morning show The View that “Muslims killed us on 9/11”, was just another example of inflammatory rhetoric thrown at us to create more diversionary media hype and promotion on a slow news day. … Continue reading

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Hello World! Welcome to “Writing from the Edge”

This is my Introductory Blog Posting. The first in what I plan to be a series of commentary and query on the nature of our society and politics today. It’s interesting, in fact somewhat arresting to me, how the center … Continue reading

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