Monthly Archives: June 2011

BLOWIN’ IN THE WIND–part 3 of a series


Teaching and Contrasting Cultures using “Dust in the Wind”, “Winds of Change” and “Blowin’ in the Wind”—Part 3 By Kevin A. Stoda, international educator in Taiwan This is the third of 3 “wind”-themed songs, I used last month to help … Continue reading

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It is time to know the Truth about Hot Coffee & Propaganda–See the film!


Coming from a right-to=work state, I know that labor is not protected well by the legal system and lawyers. It is just as bad in many other states–anti-lawyer-propaganda up to my WAZOO! See the film.–KAS NOTE: “Filmmaker Susan Saladoff, a … Continue reading

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Dear Rep. Huelskamp (KS): “Given the extreme weather across the country, and the danger it poses to our food security, it is astonishing that you voted to prevent the USDA from so much as preparing for climate change. Your denial is a threat to all Americans.”


Rep. Huelskamp is so determined to deny climate change that he voted to block the Department of Agriculture from preparing for extreme weather linked to global warming. Extreme weather threatens our food supplies. Tell Rep. Huelskamp his vote was shockingly … Continue reading

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I just notice that MOVE.ON is ready to Move out of Afghanistan but Obama isn’t–at least not quickly enough to help most


Dear MoveOn member, Last week, President Obama announced his plan for Afghanistan. Unfortunately, it means even more years of war. Even after the 33,000 “surge” troops come home by next summer, nearly 68,000 will remain—twice as many as when Obama … Continue reading

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A Shocking Conflict of Interest?


1. A Shocking Conflict of Interest? Dear Environmental Activist When Republican Congressman Paul Ryan was asked at a town hall meeting in Waterford, WI, about the need to end subsidies to oil companies, he responded, “I agree.” [1] But just … Continue reading

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Yep, the American Revolution–if ever it occurred–WILL NOT be TELEVISED


All around the world, there have been protests, revolts, and change. When will it end up in the land where FREEDOM RINGS?–KAS Original Content at http://www.opednews.com/articles/In-this-Country-at-Least–by-David-Glenn-Cox-110626-58.html In this Country at Least, The Revolution Will Not Be Televised By David Glenn … Continue reading

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Dear Representative Pompeo, where are the jobs and why are you mouthing off phrases written by Karl Rove instead of doing your own thinking?


MIKE POMPEO of Kansas is just as bad as Tim Huelskamp (KS), Member of Congress . Check out his horrible newsletter (below) here–-and then give Pompeo your opinion and earful on Karl Rove and the Koch Brothers he worships like … Continue reading

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Should the Supreme Court Justices be allowed to live and work by different standards than the rest, Mr. Clarence Thomas???


In the case of the Supreme court’s Clarence Thomas, these are good ideas.–KAS • Justice Gary Stein, a veteran of 17 years on the New Jersey Supreme Court, now in private practice. As a former state supreme court justice, he … Continue reading

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OPED NEWS: Most Popular articles that you should be reading this week


Top 10 Most Viewed Articles in Past Three Days #1 : Heed the Warning Signs; America is Edging Ever Closer to a Societal Implosion (by michael payne) #2: Ditching Grandma: Reexamining the Era of Economic Irresponsibility (by Monika Mitchell) #3 … Continue reading

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Your opinions and knowledge are welcome. What makes one article or one blog page more popular than any other.


By Kevin Anthony Stoda What makes one blog article more popular than another? Is it luck, search engine, random, destiny, service provider, connections, location, Facebook or what? I have been doing some research on search engines since 2007 and have … Continue reading

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