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  • Vote with Education as a priority throughout Florida in 2014
    Vote with Education as a priority throughout Florida in 2014
    NEA Express recently published an article entitled, “Why I’m an education voter” by Amanda Litvinov which illustrated portraits of public education advocates across the country, who share their thoughts on the midterm elections....
  • As far as the Nov. 4th general election, we are now at the race track
    As far as the Nov. 4th general election, we are now at the race track
    It is time to place your bets, whether to win, place or show for the next governor of Florida, U.S. Congress representative of District 18, state senator of District 32 and mayor of Port St. Lucie. That’s looking at some political races on...
  • Syrian rebels
    Let's aid Syria to accomplish what?
    Here is an effort to add clarity to what the Obama administration and Congress fail to do with regard to Syrian aid.What it isLet us find some friends in Syria who will help identify Islamic State targets and leaders so we can blast them.Let us...
  • Fixing stupid
    Voting, education, and defending the U.S.
    We have about two months to go until the November elections and during this period I am sure we will get an earful of political ads on a non-stop basis touting the pros and cons of those running for office. The country is facing many problems...
  • I voted
    Registering your displeasure
    Have you ever bought an inferior product or service and then went online to voice your displeasure? The chances are you had to register with the website to post any sort of comment. It only takes a few minutes and most require your name, e-mail...
  • Senator Connie Johnson
    Senator Connie Johnson….
    Senator Connie Johnson won the primary for the Democratic choice for the position of U.S. Senator. This remarkable woman is busy campaigning as she prepares to go all the way to represent the citizens of Oklahoma.You can see where she stands on...
  • Diversity
    Vote your American Values, so your Christian values may remain a free choice
    Many years ago Christian clergy used religion as a reason to enter WWI by claiming pacifism was not the “Christian” way. By linking Christianity and WWI together in sermons and other religious demonstrations clergy and religious...
  • Man holding sign
    One country, two systems, 700,000 votes
    After a Hong Kong referendum gauging public support for a popularly elected leader drew over 700,000 votes in four days, mainland authorities “made no secret of their disdain for the campaign,” calling it “ridiculous” and ...
  • Vote
    The difference one vote can make
    A farm worker in Indiana by the name of Henry Shoemaker proved how important one vote can be.On Election Day 1842, Shoemaker almost forgot to vote. Earlier he had made a promise to a gentleman by the name of Madison Marsh who was running for State...
  • Educator using the ‘muscle of the vote’ to help students be healthy
    Educator using the ‘muscle of the vote’ to help students be healthy
    In education, leading by example should be fundamental and so it is with Randy Weddle, a veteran teacher in education for 35 years, 31 at Spanish River High School in Boca Raton, Florida. Mr. Weddle has included in his arsenal of teaching skills,...
  • Vote Like a Catholic
    Vote Like a Catholic
    As this week begins, I’m stuck with a choice of writing about either St. Patrick’s Day, or the 2014 Primary Election in Illinois. The luck o’ the Irish got plenty of coverage in my columns during previous years, so how about...
  • Croatia same-sex vote: Croats strongly vote against same-sex marriage in Croatia
    Croatia same-sex vote: Croats strongly vote against same-sex marriage in Croatia
    The recentCroatia same-sex votecalled for Croats to vote in a referendum on the introduction of an exclusive definition of marriage to unions between men and women. This was decided by the Croatian Parliament in early November and just months...
  • Colorado's Front Range
    Only five Colorado counties vote for secession
    According to several news sources on Monday, if some rural Colorado residents could have their way, there would be a 51st state. It wouldn't be much bigger than Vermont, and the population wouldn't fill a small town, and it would be spread...
  • Voting
    Random thoughts on election 2013
    Just some random things to ponder now that the campaigns are over and the results are in.Clinton bagman Terry McAuliffe just squeaked by TEA Party candidate Ken Cuccinelli for Virginia’s Governorship after spending $ 34.4 million verses Ken...
  • Campaign for a better job
    Campaign for a better job
    Election Day can be a motivator if you’re seeking employment or just trying to climb out of a dead end job. First, do a throughout self-assessment. Use your strengths as building blocks for your campaign. Be aware of your weaknesses so you...