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    A dark political satire film set in the future in the fictional desert country of Turaqistan.

    It stars John Cusack, Hilary Duff, Marisa Tomei, Joan Cusack, Ben Kingsley, and Dan Aykroyd.
    107 min., Rated R, 2008.
  • Movie Review


    Choices of the Heart: the Margaret Sanger Story (True Stories Collection)
    Starring Dana Delany and Henry Czerny, Directed by Paul Shapiro
    Rated: NR
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    The movie tells the story of Margaret Sanger (Dana Delany, China Beach) fight for women’s health through family planning and sex education in the early 1900s. The story takes place in New York City where despairing, women are forced mainly by economics to end unwanted pregnancies themselves.

    Outraged and saddened by what she sees, Sanger takes on her life work to fight against the moral zealots that have created chaos in women’s lives.

  • Book Review


    Margaret Sanger: A Life of Passion
    Trained as a nurse and midwife in New York’s Lower East Side gritty slums, Margaret Sanger grew aware of the dangers of unplanned pregnancy—both physical and psychological. Sanger ignited a movement that has shaped our society to this day. Her views on reproductive rights have made her a frequent target of conservatives and moral zealots.

    In this captivating new biography, the renowned feminist historian Jean H. Baker rescues Sanger from such critiques and restores her to the vaunted place in history she once held.

  • Book Reviewed

    An American Prophecy: What the Cycles of History Tell Us About America's Next Rendezvous with Destiny By William Strauss and Neil Howe
    400 pages. Broadway 1997.
  • Book Reviewed

    The Inside Story of the Struggle for Control of the United States Supreme Court

    By Jan Crawford Greenburg
    368 pages. Penguin Press HC. 2007.

Taking the High Road

“When someone is cruel or acts like a bully, you don’t stoop to their level. No, our motto is, when they go low, we go high.” Michelle Obama, First Lady of the United States This was tested in the third 2016 presidential debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. Our design celebrates Hillary taking the high road though the debate as Trump was stumbling his way through the low road mud. ‘The high road has less traffic’ is a life philosophy that says you maintain your moral compass, your personal code of ethics, and your values, at all times. Taking the high road means you are able to look yourself in the mirror and be proud of how you acted, or reacted, in light of trying situations. It means that you had an opportunity to respond with equally nasty behavior, and you chose not to. Monique Honaman, Author

“When someone is cruel or acts like a bully, you don’t stoop to their level. No, our motto is, when they go low, we go high.” Michelle Obama, First Lady of the United States This was tested in the third 2016 presidential debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. Our design celebrates Hillary taking the high road though the debate as Trump was stumbling his way through the low road mud. ‘The high road has less traffic’ is a life philosophy that says you maintain your moral compass, your personal code of ethics, and your values, at all times. Taking the high road means you are able to look yourself in the mirror and be proud of how you acted, or reacted, in light of trying situations. It means that you had an opportunity to respond with equally nasty behavior, and you chose not to. Monique Honaman, Author


Our gorgeous design giving a visual meaning to Michelle Obama’S words, “When someone is cruel or acts like a bully, you don’t stoop to their level. No, our motto is, when they go low, we go high.”

This was tested in the third 2016 presidential debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. Our design celebrates Hillary taking the high road though the debate as Trump was stumbling his way through the low road mud.

Now available at www.zazzle.com/hillaryrclinton for a limited time!

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The logo Hillary Clinton should have had

The logo Hillary Clinton should have had. This is my proposed logo for the Hillary Clinton for President campaign. Using five strengths of Hillary - smart, sane stable, safe, and super. Clear, concise, and easily understood this gets the message across to the viewer why they should be in favor of Hillary. The circle shows Hillary expressing these qualities which in-turn reinforce who she is. Now available at www.zazzle.com/hillaryrclinton for a limited time!

The logo Hillary Clinton should have had. This is my proposed logo for the Hillary Clinton for President campaign. Using five strengths of Hillary – smart, sane stable, safe, and super. Clear, concise, and easily understood this gets the message across to the viewer why they should be in favor of Hillary. The circle shows Hillary expressing these qualities which in-turn reinforce who she is. Now available at http://www.zazzle.com/hillaryrclinton for a limited time!

This is my proposed logo for the Hillary Clinton for President campaign. Using five strengths of Hillary – smart, sane stable, safe, and super. Clear, concise, and easily understood this gets the message across to the viewer why they should be in favor of Hillary. The circle shows Hillary expressing these qualities which in-turn reinforce who she is.

Now available at www.zazzle.com/hillaryrclinton for a limited time!

Is Trump a Manchurian candidate?

Frank Sinatra as Manchurian Candidate Captain Bennett Marco (Getty Images) Vladimir Lenin (Isaac McBride) Donald Trump (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Gabriela Garcia) Vladimir Putin (www.kremlin.ru)

Frank Sinatra as Manchurian Candidate Captain Bennett Marco (Getty Images) Vladimir Lenin (Isaac McBride) Donald Trump (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Gabriela Garcia) Vladimir Putin (www.kremlin.ru)

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump may be a modern day Manchurian candidate or as the Russians would called him a “useful fool.” Consider these actions by Trump.

1) Trump has praised Russian President Vladimir Putin at least as far back as October 2007 when “Trump told Larry King that Putin was doing a “great job in rebuilding the image of Russia and also rebuilding Russia period.”” Over the years, Tramp has called Putin a strong leader, “unlike what we have in this country”, and “a man so highly respected within his own country and beyond.” CNN has characterized this as a “long-established track record of…fondness for the autocratic Russian leader.”

2) In July 2016 Trump stated about Hillary Clinton’s hacked email, “’Russia, if you’re listening, I hope you’re able to find the 30,000 emails that are missing.’ The New York Times reported that Trump was “essentially urging a foreign adversary to conduct cyberespionage against a former secretary of state.’”

The encouraging of an enemy’s foreign intelligence service to commit an act of war against the United States is treasonous.

3) Tramp has most likely deep and long lasting financial relationships with the Russian oligarchs. Thus no tax return release.

  • In 2008 Tramp made nearly $60 million when he sold a mansion in Palm Beach to Russian billionaire Dmitry Rybolovlev.
  • Tramp brought the Miss Universe pageant to Moscow in 2013, with the help of Russian billionaire and close Putin ally Aras Agalarov.
  • Again in 2013 Tramp signed a preliminary deal to build a tower in Moscow with Agalarov. According to The Washington Post, Agalarov told them “the project is on hold while Trump runs for president.”
  • In March 2016 Tramp hired Paul Manafort, an American lobbyist with strong ties to pro-Russian Ukrainian exiled leader Viktor Yanukovych to run his presidential campaign.

4) Tramp questioned the United States continuing involvement in NATO in summer 2016.

5) Trump has said, “he might not provide military assistance to the Baltic countries—Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania—if they were invaded by Russia, even though they are part of NATO and the alliance’s treaty declares that an attack on one member is an attack on all members.”

6) He has taken Russian’s side with regards to Crimea stating, “he would consider recognizing Crimea as Russian territory.”

7) Before taking Russian’s side in the Crimea he told ABC’s George Stephanopoulos August 2016, “He’s not going into Ukraine, OK, just so you understand. He’s not going to go into Ukraine, all right? You can mark it down. You can put it down. You can take it anywhere you want.”

8) Obviously, Tramp wants closer ties to Russia saying, “Russia could help the United States in fighting ISIS terror organization.”

Military Action or Act of War?

Editorial pen Editorial

Military Action or Act of War?

New York Times Headline for 19411207

As reported in the August 27, 2013 New York Times, the military action that President Obama is considering is characterized as “limited” and meant to “deter and degrade” Syria’s military capabilities. The strike is “not aimed at ousting Mr. Assad from power or forcing him to the negotiating table” nor crippling Syria’s sizable military forces and infrastructure.

Does this remind anyone of another military action that was also “limited” and meant to “deter and degrade” another military. The “military action” I’m thinking about was carried out on December 7, 1941.

The attack on Pearl Harbor was a surprise military strike conducted by the Imperial Japanese Navy against the United States Pacific Fleet to prevent the fleet from interfering with the planned military actions in Southeast Asia of the Japanese Empire.

The Japanese were not trying to oust President Roosevelt or force our surrender or to cripple the entire military.

Why is the “limited” military action that is meant to “deter and degrade” Syria’s military capabilities not an act of war?

Military Sex Scandals

Editorial pen Editorial

Military Sex Scandals

The latest Pentagon statistics (2013) show out of 19,000 sexual assaults per year only 1,108 troops filed for an investigation and only 575 cases were processed. Of these 96 went to court-martial. This isn’t a resent problem. Some of the more notorious scandals from the past include the Tailhook scandal (1991), the Aberdeen scandal (1996), and the US Air Force Academy sexual assault scandal (2003).

Today sexual scandals continue to entwine their tentacles through the moral and ethical fiber of our military leaving it tattered and worn. Some, including chiefs of every military branch, believe commanders should continue to handle sexual assault investigations rather than professional prosecutors.

Lets get real. The military has had more than enough time (20 plus years) to fix the problem, if they could. But they didn’t, they failed — miserably.

Now it’s time for the military commanders and their supporters to get out of the way and let the professionals do their jobs.

US Military Commanders, 2013

From left, U.S. Army Lt. Gen. Dana K. Chipman, the judge advocate general of the Army; Chief of Staff of the Army Gen. Raymond T. Odierno; Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff (CJCS) Army Gen. Martin E. Dempsey; Army Brig. Gen. Richard Gross, the legal counsel for the CJCS; and Chief of Naval Operations Navy Adm. Jonathan W. Greenert testify about sexual assault in the military before the U.S. Senate Armed Services Committee on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., June 4, 2013. (U.S. Army/Released)

DoD photo by Staff Sgt. Sean K. Harp, U.S. Army