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Some Musings About Creatures Great And Small

Lions and tigers and bears, oh my! That's what Dorothy, Scarecrow and Tinman were worried about on the way to the Emerald City as they ambled through the creepy forest before encountering the Cowardly Lion in "The Wizard of Oz.

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Paterson Bungles Process For U.S. Senate Replacement

It wouldn't be too surprising if Governor David Paterson cost himself whatever chance he may have had of being elected in 2010 after he botched naming a junior senator to replace the vacancy left when Barack Obama selected Hillary Clinton to be his Secretary of State.

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Nation Awaits Great Expectations From A Dream Fulfilled

Tuesday's 56th Presidential Inauguration undeniably overshadowed any other in American history because it was underscored by the swearing in of Barack Hussein Obama, the nation's first black president. What's more, due to a confluence in the calendar, it took place a day after the national holiday commemorating the birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

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Abysmal Legacy Of George Bush Will Not Soon Be Forgotten

The presidency of George W. Bush reminds me of the adage about the month of March. It came in like a lion - in an uproar of two elections tainted by voting controversies and con

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Politics Must Yield To Cure Nation's Ailing Economy

Economics was never my forte. I only took a few college courses that were required to earn credits towards a degree. But, as the nation's economy experienced a yearlong tailspin, I made an effort to understand some of the complexities of the current crisis.

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