Bad Idea ~ Part 1: Forcing Gov. Northam’s resignation after a right-wing group dug up a troubling 35-year old college yearbook picture

February 3, 2019

Warning ~ This post is very critical of both the Republican and Democratic Parties Civic Virtue vs. a Disproportionate Reaction & ‘shot first, ask questions later‘ political policy reminiscent of McCarthyism Easy shortcut to share ~ Current attempts by politicians from both parties to force the resignation of Gov. Northam is unfair and bad for democracy. This politically-driven, “shot-from-the-hip” […]

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Why America’s Suddenly Leaping Forward — While the World’s Hurtling Backwards ~ repost MEDIUM

January 19, 2019

Reposted from MEDIUM ~ Online Journalism “Where Words Matter”  and Eudaimonia & Co Note from the Editor (me): I consider this to be the first and so far the only contemporary journalist to see a light at the end of our dysfunctional tunnel — one created by the GOP staring in the min-1970s and culminating […]

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URLs to YouTube Videos on historic & contemporary Russian Disinformation Campaign to damage American democratic process

November 29, 2018

  Subdirectory of URLs to YouTube Videos  on historic & Contemporary Russian Disinformation Campaign to damage the American democratic process

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My Open Letter via Twitter to Chief Justice John Roberts, Constitutional oaths, and the “I” word

June 27, 2018

9:14 AM – 27 Jun 2018 ~ from @faithgibson Open Letter Chief Justice JOHN ROBERTS ~ Hashtag #SCOTUS I recently read a biography of our most revered Supreme Court Justice, Chief Justice John Marshall (1804-1843). I also read several excellent histories of how our Founding Fathers wrote the  US Constitution and its subsequent ratification by “We the […]

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Crowdsourcing Democracy: Part 4-A ~ Fight like a Girl!

March 29, 2018

Part 4-A ~ Tiny URL ~ What can we do? Where do we start? When I started this post, I already had a longish list of ideas that I started working on last summer. But in today’s bizarre political world, that was eons ago. Every day it gets more obvious that Americans no longer can depend solely […]

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Civil Discourse & the Golden Rule following the 2016 Election ~ Saying “nice” is playing nice

February 18, 2018

Originally posted Nov 25, 2016 ~ a 20-minute read ^O^ Lightly updated February 18th, 2018, four days after the latest school shooting in Parkland, Fla This was the first essay written by me in the weeks following the 2016 election.     Civility, that is, playing ‘nice’, is both the ethical choice and smart politics in the aftermath […]

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