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Where are World’s Most Livable Cities, and Why?

Answering the Kennedys’ Call Noozhawk.com I recently attended the 10th anniversary of the Goleta Dam Dinner held at Lake Los Carneros, on a dam built long before the City of Goleta, California was formed. Here in this relatively new and … Continue reading

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Mr. President, Please Don’t Shoot Anyone!

Financial FAQs Mother Jones/Wikipedia Where is President Obama and other national leaders when we need them? Where is someone to refute the neo-Nazi lies of President Donald Trump, who no longer has to brag that he can shoot someone on … Continue reading

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Who Is Killing Our Children?

Popular Economics Weekly The fact that the NRA contributed $30 million to Donald Trump’s campaign is all we need to know about who is responsible for deaths of 14 high school children and 3 adults in Florida, or the 58 … Continue reading

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It’s Time For 2018

Financial FAQs We will need the 2018 elections now more than ever to vote out the greed and cowardice of those members of our national legislature who oppose all forms of gun control in the wake of the Las Vegas … Continue reading

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It’s Time For 2018

Financial FAQs We will need the 2018 elections now more than ever to vote out the greed and cowardice of those members of our national legislature who oppose all forms of gun control in the wake of the Las Vegas … Continue reading

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Guns Kill People—Really!

Popular Economics Weekly “Guns don’t kill people, people kill people” has been the credo of the NRA, gun lobby and most Republicans since the 1980s when gun manufacturers came up with automatic pistols, so that guns could kill more people. … Continue reading

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Trump Voters and The Drug Epidemic

Popular Economics Weekly Why should so many rust-belt citizens vote for President-Elect Donald Trump, who is patently against the interest of working class voters? I am speaking of his promise to revoke Obamacare, which will make the 20-30 million dependent … Continue reading

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