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Nov'18

SOMETHING TO BE THANKFUL FOR

Today is Thanksgiving Day in the United States of America.  Here at CFFAD, we are grateful today, as every day, …

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Oct'18

WORKING TOGETHER FOR CHANGE

Change is easier when our elected representatives are working together to get something done. The good news in this context is that there is far more common ground for them to build on than you will hear from the media. You can remind them of that.

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Oct'18

Impossible to Be Civil?

Hillary Clinton said this week “You cannot be civil with a political party that wants to destroy what you stand …

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Sep'18

Lost in the Outrage

Much of the press coverage about the Supreme Court confirmation process, mainstream and otherwise, has been about the alleged low …

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Sep'18

Constitution Day

Monday, September 17, is Constitution Day.  It’s a good excuse to think about a few things.  First of all, what’s …

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May'18

Unintended Consequences

Policy driven by loyalty, passion, and frustration can lead to unintended consequences.

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Mar'18

The 2nd Amendment & Changing Times

Things have changed between the time of the founding fathers and now. On the one hand, the USA now has an extremely well-armed military force, while most state and local governments have well-armed police forces, and all of those forces are under the control of elected civilian leaders. On the other hand, the USA has a far higher rate of gun deaths and mass shootings than most citizens are willing to accept. Whether and how things should be re-balanced are open questions suitable for respectful debate.

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Mar'18

Regular Elections, Regular Census

The US Constitution requires a census every 10 years. The census is mandatory because it affects the numbers of seats …

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Jan'18

Spite

Would you shoot your chief of police because he arrested your best friend?  Or would you malign his reputation in a very public way?  If you did, could you count on him to help you later?  Don’t cut off your nose to spite your face. 

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Dec'17

Happy Holidays

The religious tolerance and freedom that our founding fathers gave birth to is something to celebrate – and something each of us can uphold personally.

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