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Rights Vs. Responsibilities

By: Susan Bea Good The mid-term elections are just ten days away. This November fourth has the expectation to be a hope-or-horror day. Which one, depends on your political preference. Liberals anticipate a horrible day, while Conservatives have hope that … Continue reading

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Stay the Course

By: Susan Bea Good This is the season of politicians making claims. Not many can be believed. Unless you have inside information, it is hard to tell who is truthful. I’ve often resorted to voting for a candidate based on … Continue reading

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Looking For the One

By: Susan Bea Good Conservatives are calling for the one candidate that can win in 2016. Many are hoping to find the next Ronald Reagan or even another George Washington! My personal favorites include Dr. Ben Carson, Senator Mike Lee, … Continue reading

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Full Court Press

Conservatives complain that Democrats have not stopped campaigning…Yes, that’s their strategy! Basketball’s full-court press is an unrelenting defense, using 100% of the court to achieve the effect of an offense! I coached for 15 years…the full-court press was prohibited for … Continue reading

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Winning By Losing

It’s not yet one month since the presidential election. I’m no “strategerist” but I see the beginnings of something interesting. Is it possible that this Republican loss could lead to the effective remedy America needs? Many of the disappointed believe that … Continue reading

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You Can’t Handle a CPL?

Ignorant, selfish, or just plain evil…I believe one of these is at the heart of any Obama voter this time around! We will always have the ignorant…for the other two, I have no more patience or sympathy. Perhaps a good … Continue reading

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What’s In It For Me?

“What’s in it for me?” That was the question a close family member asked when my husband and I brought up the idea of a second adoption.  “Nothing is in it for you… this is a decision about what we … Continue reading

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