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An Independent’s Perspective on Voting

My good friend, Barb, bakes four loaves of bread for her family every weekend because she doesn’t trust the additives and chemicals in store bought bread. Even though she’s a nurse and works in the health industry, she doesn’t take her daughters to the doctor unless she absolutely has to because her pediatrician always tries […]

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What Is The European View of the United States?

My husband, Kevin, recently came home from a European business trip. Over the course of a week and a half, he visited Poland, England and Ireland. Even though he was across the Atlantic Ocean, he knew exactly what was going on in America because of the constant European news coverage of the Democratic and Republican […]

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I Finally Have a Horse in the Race

The August 15 issue of Entertainment Weekly featured interviews with presidential candidates John McCain and Barack Obama. It was a light interview in which the reporter asked questions like, “Who controls the remote in your home?” “What was the last movie you saw in a theatre?” “Who do you think made the best president in […]

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Joe Biden Biography Links

Many of you are curious about Joe Biden. I’ve seen it in the search results. More than 4,000 searches are performed each day on him. And since I’m not the authority on all things Biden, I’ve compiled a list of links for you to check out for more information on Obama’s choice for Vice President.

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Surprise VP Pick for McCain

Let me go on record as saying I was completely wrong in who I thought John McCain was going to pick.  I was hopeful for Mike Huckabee but thought it would be Mitt Romney, I know people were talking about the governor of Minnesota or of Florida but I did not think that was the way […]