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Jan'19

Martin Luther King Jr.

In a democracy, people need to trust that they will be treated fairly. They need to know they can vote …

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23

Dec'18

Introduction to the Budget Process

Trust in our system of democracy depends in no small part upon how well it delivers for us. The services we get from the government are part of that. Few of us are happy about shut-downs, inadequate services, waste, and unsustainable debt. That prompts a question: how is the U.S. budget process supposed to work?

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20

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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12

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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29

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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14

Mar'18

Loving the Game, Defending the Rules

We should all understand that very few of us would have a vote or a political voice if we collectively fail to defend constitutional and legal limits on political behavior.

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04

Nov'17

Let’s Unite In Spite of Russia

Now that we know Russian leaders have been trying to divide us, let’s fight back. Let's find ways to unite.

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