Tag Archives: Elections

To Vote or Not To Vote


In a few days, we will go to the polls to make what may be the single most pivotal decision we have made in many years. Tuesday, we will choose our next president. Well technically, we will choose the electors … Continue reading

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Four More Years


Well Election Day 2012 has come and gone. This election cycle may go down as the most deeply divided we have seen. It will surely go down as the most expensive in history and by a large margin. Finally, after … Continue reading

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Red, White, or Blue?


As September winds to a close, we find ourselves in the midst of a hard fought and at times, nasty political campaign. Two men are pitted against one another for the Presidency of the United States. Their views are widely … Continue reading

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The Buying of Congress


I recently stumbled over the website for OpenSecrets.Org, and  found the information contained very interesting. I was astonished to learn that one of our candidates for the Senate (the incumbent) has raised 88% of his campaign funds from out of … Continue reading

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