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Attend a screening of “Inequality for All”

The GBV Dems are proud to announce that we will screen Robert Reich’s “Inequality for All” at the Milford Library on Saturday, 4/5/2014 at 2:00 PM at the Milford Library, downstairs in the Granite/Quarry room. See the trailer for the … Continue reading

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Casino Opposition Moving Forward in Milford

The Casino Free Milford group is meeting again this week on 4/3 at St. Mary’s church in the parish center at 7 PM, please come out if you’re interested in stopping the casino. We will be looking for volunteers willing … Continue reading

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WaPo: The ‘rabid’ hate aimed at Trayvon Martin

http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/post-partisan/wp/2013/02/05/the-rabid-hate-aimed-at-trayvon-martin/ if you follow any of the links, be prepared  . . . the ‘raunchy tweet’ from Todd McKinnon . . REALLY IS . . . and probably NSFW ! I’d missed this analysis of the bloodstains on George Zimmerman’s … Continue reading

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Senate Special Election Dates Set!

The special election schedule for the Senate race: Primary: April 30 Special Election: June 25 Candidates will have one month to collect the 10,000 signatures needed to place his/her name on the ballot. We’re ready!

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Salt Lake City Tribune endorses Obama: “Too Many Mitts”

Well reasoned argument in favor of Obama and against Romney, from a source that sounds sadly disappointed by Romney’s failure, during his presidential bid, to maintain the integrity of who he had been. http://www.sltrib.com/sltrib/opinion/55019844-82/romney-obama-state-president.html.csp Tribune Endorsement:  Too Many Mitts Obama … Continue reading

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on the wisdom of the electorate?

The sign reading, “Help yourself” must have blown away, right?  why else would the cones be in the road, if not to be taken? In Dover, police responded to two complaints within two hours of people taking traffic cones from … Continue reading

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Occupy Wall Street and the ORIGINAL Tea Party Are Two Sides of a Red Hot Coin

http://www.bnet.com/blog/sports-entertainment/occupy-wall-street-and-the-original-tea-party-are-two-sides-of-a-red-hot-coin/1612 The Tea Party started out as a populist movement of people angry about government overspending – specifically when it came to bailing out the banks. It intentionally stayed away from the so-called “God, Gays and Guns” social issues and … Continue reading

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Who vets independent counter-terrorism trainers for local/state law enforcement?

apparently noone “The first inkling that something was amiss in the counterterrorism training given to local and federal law enforcement came in March. That’s when NPR reported on the cottage industry of independent counterterrorism trainers who signed up to teach … Continue reading

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McClatcheydc.com: Appearances count in debates, as GOP candidates discover

“I told the guy, ‘Do you realize that Perry is trying to look like Ronald Reagan?” Towery, who is based in Atlanta, Ga, is a former national debate champion, and one-time debate coach for his former boss, Newt Gingrich. Sensitive … Continue reading

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Dispatch #16

An Unnoticed Result of the 2010 Elections   An article in the latest (Sept 12th 2011) issue of The Nation is worth summarizing and remembering.  Titled ‘Rural Rebellions’, it contains analysis of subtle but encouraging statistical  voting trends in rural … Continue reading

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