Category Archives: Challenges

Toward A Better Tomorrow

It seems to me…. “I’m a Progressive. Much in the same way our founding fathers – who, oddly enough, wouldn’t get elected today – were Progressives.” ~ Will Ferrell[1]. The U.S. is the midst of a difficult transition between the … Continue reading

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Have We Lost Our Way?

It seems to me… Certain aspects of the recent budget deficit debate seemed very puzzling.  I’ve never understood why people strongly oppose legislation that is in their best self-interest.  People reaching retirement age barely able to afford health insurance oppose … Continue reading

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