CNN iReporter Egberto Willies of Kingwood, Texas, summed up the conflicting feelings Jackson engendered among his admirers: "I grew up on Michael Jackson," Willies said in a video post on iReport.com. "I loved Michael Jackson. I hated Michael Jackson. I admired Michael Jackson. I was ashamed of Michael Jackson. I was sorry for Michael […]
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I grew up on Michael Jackson. I loved Michael Jackson. I hated Michael Jackson. I admired Michael Jackson. I was ashamed of Michael Jackson. I was sorry for Michael Jackson. I was proud of Michael Jackson. Michael Jackson was a complicated human being who was neglected a childhood in order to provide us with great […]
While President Obama did a good job of presenting the rational for healthcare reform I think he was rather timid in addressing the complicity of the private insurance companies in the current system’s failure.
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The sad reality is that the Republican Party has made a concerted effort to be America’s moral police attempting to manage our behavior in the bedroom, the choices we make in our legal recognized mates, and the choices women make with their bodies.
The most striking question/response came on the public option to healthcare reform where the President rightfully challenged private insurers to backup their stance that private health care is more efficient than anything a public option could provide.
All polls taken recently shows a vast majority of Americans want a public option in the healthcare reform bill. Proponents of the maintaining of private health insurance should welcome a public option if only to prove their belief that private insurance is in effect more efficient, better, and flexible. Let the market, the consumer of […]
The turmoil in Iran is an important story that must get substantial news coverage. The fact is however that the over saturation of coverage is simply too much when weighed against the many issues facing our country at this time.
Los que critican al Presidente Obama por su acertamiento cauteloso en sus comentarios sobre la elección y la demostración en Irán deben observar que el grupo de oposición al gobierno actual no es necesariamente nuestro amigo.
Those who criticize President Obama for his cautious approach to his comments on the election and demonstration in Iran should note that the opposition to the current government is not necessarily our friend nor do they support America’s interests in the Middle East.