Monthly Archives: March 2010

Health Care: Now The Hard Work Begins

This bill will have to be revised. Spending will have to be curbed. Quality control issues will surface. Very few things work straight out of the box. Continue reading

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Tea Party Redux

I wish I felt surprised. I feel sad and frightened about living in a nation where hate groups are on the rise. Continue reading

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Making Miracles Happen Every Day

“Women of all races bring home less income and own fewer assets, on average, than men of the same race, but for single black women the disparities are so overwhelmingly great that even in their prime working years their median wealth amounts to only $5.” Continue reading

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Rest in Peace, Juanita Goggins

Three decades later, Juanita Goggins froze to death at age 75, a solitary figure living in a rented house four miles from the gleaming Statehouse dome.” Heartbreaking. Continue reading

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Congrats Mo’Nique!

Congrats to Mo’Nique and the Precious team. Continue reading

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Want Versus Need

For God has not given us a spirit of fear and timidity, but of power, love, and self-discipline. Continue reading

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Avatar and The Hurt Locker, Race and Gender

No matter who wins, pitting Cameron against Bigelow exposes issues that need attention beyond tonight’s Oscar awards. Continue reading

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