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Happiness is a Truth - What does it take?

The Washington Post recently posted an article on the relative happiness of different cities across the country. While in our part of the world it is an odd thing to see Lubbock listed as relatively happy and Abilene as unhappy, it struck a cord in me to wonder about what it means for us to be happy. 505 more words

Boehner’s frivolous lawsuit against Obama

There is a great deal of discussion of this unprecedented lawsuit being entered into by the Republicans in the House of Representatives against the President of the United States. 606 more words

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Is Maryland Cat Friendly?

That is my little guy (Milo pictured). I adopted him after a friend of mine passed away. Milo is my first cat and I love him to pieces. 82 more words

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THE AGITATOR

Radley Balko was born in 1975 in Greenfield, Indiana. Balko is journalist, author, blogger and speaker. He earned a B.A in 1997 from Indiana
University. Balko writes about criminal justice, the drug war and civil liberties for the… 410 more words

Journalist's mother pleads for his release by Iran

“Mary Rezaian pleads for the Iranian government to release her son, Washington Post correspondent Jason Rezaian, and his wife Yeganeh Salehi. The two were arrested last week on undetermined charges in Tehran along with two others, one of whom has since been released.”  Watch the Video HERE

GLOBAL PANIC FAILURE OVERLOAD Washington Post: 'President Obama’s Competence Problem is Worse Than It Looks'

For The Washington PostChris Cillizza writes: You can understand President Obama’s current political problems — and how those problems could make things very tough for his party in this fall’s midterm election — in a single word. 387 more words

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