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FDR- The Only U.S. President to Serve More Than Two Terms

Franklin Delano Roosevelt (commonly referred to as FDR) is the only United States President to be elected for four terms, even though he technically only served three… 202 more words

What Jonathan Chait Gets Wrong About Neoliberalism and the Left

Jonathan Chait has recently written a polemic about the popularization of the term ‘neoliberal’ in political discourse. (The title of the article, “How ‘Neoliberalism’ Became the Left’s Favorite Insult of Liberals”, seems ungrammatical, given that ‘neoliberalism’ is a term for a social policy, while ’neoliberal’ is the term for those who espouse it.) Chait’s main claim is that while the term is used to push a false narrative about how the Democratic Party has moved rightward, it is otherwise a relatively empty pejorative for those on the left to wield against conservatives and moderate liberals. 1,371 more words

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Washington must Move to the Left in Support of the Working Class

I will continue to write articles about this fact until everyone, especially Democrats, listens. For decades Washington has been moving to the right. Republicans have become so extreme; they have moved so far to the right they are now wrong for America. 508 more words

The Role of the Mediator: To support change in the context of the presenting relationship, recognising that growth is possible, driven from empowerment and recognition

Transformative mediation is a proactive facilitative process where the mediators’ orientation is one in which conflict is viewed as an opportunity for individuals to change their interactions with each other and therefore bringing about conflict transformation. 174 more words

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July 16th in Seal Beach History

On this date in 1938, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt passed into Seal Beach at 11:40 a.m. on his way to San Diego for a west coast fishing vacation. 68 more words

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No Appeasement: Where To Now?




1) the action or process of appeasing. (google)

2) a diplomatic policy of making political or material concessions to an enemy power in order to avoid conflict. 1,111 more words



Beware of the impact of state provided services.

Americans have been slowly losing control of various segments of their lives since the progressive era of the early twentieth century made it OK to federalize previously private activities.  146 more words