Monthly Archives: November 2010

Richard Cohen – Attack on Michelle Obama shows Palin’s ignorance of history

The mind boggles that some people, who don’t appear to have suffered a psychotic break, think she is remotely qualified to run for office. And yet if African Americans hesitate in embracing the mythical wonderfulness of America, they are accused … Continue reading

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Fading Memories (Dr. X’s Free Associations)

My friend Dr. X and I share a love of people, good political discourse and an ethnic heritage.  His blog post today could’ve been written about either of my grandmothers. There are parallels to the current debate about immigration with … Continue reading

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Cheese-eating VAT-payers | Paul Krugman NY Times

Paul Krugman is hilarious when he points out the strange debate in this country about taxes. You really can’t parody American politics. Eric Cantor has rejected the idea of a value-added tax because it sounds European. And as you can see, … Continue reading

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Clear Perspectives – Optimism

Clear Perspectives – Optimism.

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iPhotography: 10 Pro Tips for Snapping Perfect iPhone Photos

Besides hands-on experience, we think there’s no better way to improve your own iPhone camera skills than by taking some advice from experts in the field. These 10 pros really know their stuff, and they offered up their best insights. … Continue reading

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A Life Told on Facebook [VIDEO]

Ever scroll back through your Facebook profile, only to marvel at how much of your life can be recounted merely by looking at pictures and old wall postings? Check out the story here on Mashable.

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Laughing at Mental Illness (Dr. X’s Free Associations)

My colleague and friend Dr. X had an interesting take on a video that is circulating. I don’t need to see it. He is spot on… again. Do yourself a favor and check out his blog. Recently a top ten … Continue reading

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