Pragmatic Policy and Politics



The Rambling Weatherdude


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A Heathen's Day

  • Society’s Problem with the Breast
    The breast is a threat to many Americans, who neither understand it, nor can get past the idea of sex, which says more about them than about the breast


Democratic Change Update


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FreakOut Nation


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Radio Graffiti



    Momma Politico


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    Our Big Gayborhood

    • New Ideas In GIA Certified Diamonds
      Perhaps, you know that diamond is qualified and rated rendering to the four “C’s” (carat, color, clarity and cut). But have you ever speculated why you have to review diamond certificate before buying it? Have you ever doubted who marks the diamond a salesclerk displays you? Have you heard what GIA Certified Loose Diamond is […]


    Attention 101

    • Nano Skies: Weather War, Chemtrails, and the Toxic Air You Breathe
      Truly, it’s just unbelievable.  After four years of LCD (Lowest Common Denominator) deception, lies, and obstruction in the ever ongoing effort to paint the poorest people in our society (and the meager benefits some of them get) as being the real problem and the only serious drain on the ‘economy,’ we are right back to […]


    The Public Record



    A World Of Progress


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    The Intersection of Madness & Reality


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    The Todd Blog
    • A Demagogue Inside Your Head
      Rather than being a rational and pragmatic leader, Obama cowered to the reactionary elements of blind political divisiveness and further marginalized his own unique history to use Mrs. Sherrod's speech -- her whole speech -- and personal story as a "teachable moment."


    The Rational Middle

    • Memorial Day 2014
      A look at the full numbers reveals at least 1.5 million killed serving their country, and at least 1.2 million wounded serving their country. Today, ours is not to evaluate the reasons, motives, or results involved in this butcher's bill. It is simply to acknowledge the terrible cost, and to try and find simple, common ways to celebrate the nobility inherent in the sacrifice...and the hope that such sacrifice can be restricted forever to the pages of history.


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