Monthly Archives: June 2017

Thomas Jefferson of today would be still be a Democrat.

I wrote the following on Jay Bookman’s blog, June 26, 2017: (link: http://jaybookman.blog.myajc.com/2017/06/26/opinion-bald-faced-lying-to-defend-the-indefensible/ “I will remind readers that thinking Jefferson would be in alignment in thought with a more intelligent Conservative mind of today is wrong-headed thought. One of most … Continue reading

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The Wrong Path. . .

I posted the following words on Jay Bookman’s blog on June 23, 2017: “I mentioned on this blog probably 6 years ago that our nation was in the middle of choosing the type of nation we would be. That was … Continue reading

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Stories from My Campaign for Jon Ossoff

I promised a few stories from my personal campaign efforts in behalf of Jon Ossoff to some friends on this blog (Jay Bookman’s blog, posted on June 21, 2017): (1) Two huge “Vote for Jon Ossoff” signs have been positioned … Continue reading

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Abusiveness, Cyber-bullying, and Suicide

I wrote the following on Maureen Downey’s “Get Schooled” blog, this evening, June 17, 2017, and on Jay Bookman’s blog. Both journalists are writers for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. “Regarding the case of the teenager who was convicted of involuntary manslaughter … Continue reading

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Quotes from Jefferson’s Letters

http://alliance.org/files/quotes/Jefferson%20Quotes.pdf To be edited: First set of Thomas Jefferson’s quotes which I shared from his letters: How could I have omitted this one by Jefferson? “The liberty of speaking and writing guards our other liberties.” DeleteShareLikeReply MaryElizabethSings MaryElizabethSings 2 days … Continue reading

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Projecting One’s Own Thoughts Onto the Words of the Writer or Speaker

From the Get Schooled blog, the thread on Betsy DeVos, June 12, 2017. Blend in the following thoughts of mine, here: “It is becoming more obvious to me that most people will project onto others (living and the dead) their … Continue reading

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My Work for Jon Ossoff for U. S. Representative from my District

Week 1 Report, June 9, 2017, first posted on Jay Bookman’s blog of the Atlanta Journal Constitution: =============================== “Hello. Here is my weekly report of what I have done, personally, in behalf of Jon Ossoff. I did scout out that … Continue reading

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