Category Archives: Social Commentary

Is it Racism or Economic Inequality ?

Last Sunday morning on Face The Nation, CBS commentator Bob Schieffer tried to draw a parallel between current racial upheavals and purported racism in our country, and the fact that at least sixty-five percent (65%) of American voters did not … Continue reading

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The NEW Normal?

This morning on CNBC Erin Burnett did a segment on “Street Signs”, discussing the supposedly recovering economy, during which she hosted a number of financial experts, querying their viewpoints on such topics as the escalating government debt, the increasing price … 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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