Tag Archives: politics

Trump: the Definition of Corruption

By: Susan Bea Good Trump supporters claim their man is “above the politics,” while in fact he is a prime example of a main cause of corruption in the American system of government. The billionaire Trump’s personal money trail meanders … Continue reading

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Cutthroats In and Out of Politics

By: Susan Bea Good I walked into a trap this afternoon. After weeks of assisting a vulnerable new friend to find an alternative for her young daughter’s medical needs, I was accused of excessive coercion. The ASL professionals overseeing the … Continue reading

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Truth Wars

By: Susan Bea Good As a young teen I found myself forced occasionally to fight, in defense of myself or others. My dear husband fought his way though an inner-city Public School…finally being expelled. Neither of us enjoys fighting, not … Continue reading

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Valuing Social Issues

By: Susan Bea Good Do today’s conservatives value the “social issues?”…or are they strategically silenced for political purposes? Rand Paul, many in Tea Party, and of course the leadership of the Republican Party, have suggested that social issues be quieted … Continue reading

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Deception

By: Susan Bea Good At a recent Bible Club teacher’s meeting, one of the volunteers shared about the lesson on Jacob’s deception of his father Isaac. She had asked her children if they understood the meaning of “deceive.”  A young … Continue reading

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Trust

  By: Susan Bea Good For those whose instincts are usually reliable…it is a rare occurrence to be fooled. But once trust is lost, it’s nearly impossible to get it back. Forever after, there is a doubt about harm-potential…you can never … Continue reading

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Wrong-Information Voters

By: Susan Bea Good I don’t give the “low-information” voters credit for the re-election of Barack Obama. Ronald Reagan described a more troubling societal segment…”The problem with our liberal friends isn’t that they are ignorant, it’s that they know so much … Continue reading

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