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Can Americans think about gun control after the Sandy Hook shootings? If you get annoyed by what you see, you blame your eyes

Filed in Current affairs, Tragedy by on December 16, 2012 2 Comments
Can Americans think about gun control after the Sandy Hook shootings? If you get annoyed by what you see, you blame your eyes

The school killings in Connecticut are a pure tragedy.  Guns and mental illness are not the cause, though.  Blaming the shooter or mental illness instead of addressing the problem of guns in America doesn’t make any sense. Fifty years from now, the debate about gun control in this country will still be alive. Blacks and […]

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Lieberman quitting before losing: If a frog leaves the swamp for the mountains, it means it is in danger

Filed in Current affairs, Politics by on January 19, 2011 0 Comments
Lieberman quitting before losing: If a frog leaves the swamp for the mountains, it means it is in danger

Joe Lieberman,the controversial Senator from Connecticut, is about to announce his 2012 retirement. There is no such thing as senator for life. Seen like Judas by Democrats for supporting John McCain instead of candidate Obama during the 2008 presidential election, Joe Lieberman is very unpopular in his state, making winning another term unlikely. Joe is also […]

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Richard Blumenthal Lies about his Vietnam War Service: If you have five wives, then you have five tongues.

Filed in Current affairs, Politics by on May 19, 2010 1 Comment
Richard Blumenthal Lies about his Vietnam War Service: If you have five wives, then you have five tongues.

Democratic candidate Richard Blumenthal, attorney general of Connecticut, is in hot water for lying about serving in Vietnam. Despite his claims that he mispoke, he said that he served in Vietnam instead of during the Vietnam War. When the same story is repeated over and over, it becomes an embarassment. Politics is the art of […]

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