Monthly Archives: November 2010

Warren Buffett: Read My Lips, Raise OUR (WEALTHY AMERICAN’S) Taxes


America certainly needs to have a lot of more straight-talking wealthy, like Warren Buffett. Why can’t Congress get the message? It’s because foreigners, like Rupert Murdoch and wealthy Republican and Tea Party Wonks control most of American media and schools. … Continue reading

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WHAT DOES THANKSGIVING MEAN TO YOU?


WHAT DOES THANKSGIVING MEAN TO YOU? It is good to ponder the real meaning of Thanksgiving and what it means to be thankful in America, especially this time of year. I enjoyed the way that this message (below) from Nicole … Continue reading

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Thousands Converge at the gates of Fort Benning for 20th Anniversary of November Vigil to Close the SOA


Here is the latest news from Ft. Benning, America–KAS   Thousands Converge at the gates of Fort Benning for 20th Anniversary of November Vigil to Close the SOA 26 PEOPLE ARRESTED AND HELD IN THE COUNTY JAIL ON MULTIPLE CHARGES … Continue reading

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Will the Senate get to Work on START before Republicans Kill it Off America must act in 2010?—LAME DUCK SESSION does not have to go by its namesake


Will the Senate get to Work on START before Republicans Kill it Off America must act in 2010?—LAME DUCK SESSION does not have to go by its namesake.–KAS http://pr.thinkprogress.org/ Time For A Vote On New START Last week, Center for … Continue reading

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If you liked Rashid Al-Ghannoushi’s interview, read his FREEDOM COMES FIRST piece


https://eslkevin.wordpress.com/2010/11/21/sharing-an-interview-an-interview-on-freedom-citizenship-in-islam/ If you liked this author’s work on citizenship and Islam in the prior interview  onislam.net interview , check out an even more powerful piece.–KAS http://www.onislam.net/english/shariah/contemporary-issues/human-conditions-and-social-context/420536-freedom-comes-first.html FREEDOM COMES FIRST By Rashid Al-Ghannoushi Till our present day, there are still some … Continue reading

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Sharing an Interview–An Interview on Freedom & Citizenship in Islam


Too often Western christians make up their own views on Islam–i.e. as an unchanging enemy of their faith–without a review of ongoing discussion. Here is one such discussion.–KAS http://www.onislam.net/english/shariah/contemporary-issues/interviews-reviews-and-events/449725-an-interview-on-freedom-a-citizenship-in-islam.html Sheikh Al-Ghannoshi’s First Interview with Onislam An Interview on Freedom & … Continue reading

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SIGN THE PETITION AND GET COMMON SENSE IN LEADERSHIP


The following petition, initiated earlier this week by Tom Hayden and others, has been endorsed by the Steering Committee of Historians Against the War.  Organizers are hoping to amass 5,000 or more signatures (the count now is 3,300) by tomorrow, … Continue reading

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Paraprosdokian


The information below has made its way to my email.  I did not know what a “paraprosdokian” was till I had read this, but it tells us by its irony that perspective comes from looking back at the start of … Continue reading

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Workers in America are collectively owed some 19 billion dollars in overtime pay that managers and bosses refuse to give them


While some people on wordpress blogs talk about inane things, like haircuts or beards, I discuss the things that count.  I share news like this from MAS.  I show and state my support for the news sources and encourage peoples … Continue reading

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NEGLECTED NEWS–BUT IMPORTANT


National Council of Churches Resolution on Afghanistan The War in Afghanistan is the longest war in U.S http://www.ncccusa.org/pdfs/AFGHANRESOLUTION11.09.10.pdf. history. The National Council of Churches has called upon the President of the United States to negotiate a withdrawal of U.S. and … Continue reading

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