Tag Archives: Democrats

Class Warfare — Who’s Winning

  January 28, 2012. Between 1979 and 2007 (two peak business-cycle years) incomes in the US became more unequal. A typical family in the bottom 20% gained about $1,800 per year over those 28 years, while a family in the top … Continue reading

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States Rights Democratic Party and the Dixiegraphic Shift

There’s a constant shift in politics and the right-wing umbrella is now leaving some in the Party of Lincoln out in the rain. But before we go into that and what it means for today, let’s take a brief look at how … Continue reading

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Motorcade For Medicaid

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Donald Duck Meets Glenn Beck in Right Wing Radio Duck

A re-imagined Donald Duck cartoon remix constructed using 50 classic Walt Disney animated shorts from the 1930s through 1960s. Donald’s life is turned upside-down by the current economic crisis and he finds himself unemployed and falling behind on his house … Continue reading

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Obama: “We will respond to the threat of climate change”

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Golden Days of Republican Yesteryear

Bob Murl Bearden ‎Though the election is over the Republicans are going blithely about their business as if nothing happened. They are determined to take us back in time to those ‘Golden Days of Yesteryear’ and public opinion be damned. … Continue reading

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Racing Closer to Election 2012

by Bob Murl Bearden ‎We are racing ever closer to election 2012. An election that is probably more important than any election in our history. It will decide the fate of our nation to come for perhaps the next several decades … Continue reading

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