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An acquaintance of Hispanic descent shared his opinion about Arizona’s new immigration law: “Pedro” said he is not concerned about the racism or profiling aspect. He believes there won’t be profiling. He is more concerned about the economic impact on the state. He related that his friends south of the border will no longer seek [...]
The title of this post is consciously inflammatory. The motivation is to get Americans of all backgrounds to reject the rhetoric and theatrics of political “leaders” and acknowledge that, while racism may still exist in some forms, most maltreatment of individuals by other individuals is based on a slew of other factors. Let’s look at [...]
As much as everyone agrees healthcare needs reform, dishonest discussion helps no one. The gimmick of comparing six years of costs (benefits starting in 2014) against 10 years of tax increases (starting in 2010) to make things “balance” reflects contempt for voters. Where is the change we can believe in?