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From slavery to civil rights to all rights, America's moral conscience would still be sleeping if not for the non-violent actions of men and women like Dr. Martin Luther King.
Now, after all the months of non-stop media madness and passionate emotion that oftentimes impedes our vision, we emerge strong and determined to protect and defend the rights of all.
Depending on which side of the couch you are sitting on, "Polarity" defines this election. Inch by inch our economy is coming back and sanctions are working. Keeping us safe is key.
Whatever your political persuasion, rape is the topic of the day. One would think that presidential candidates would distance themselves from anyone making absurd claims about rape. Not so.
With an election around the corner and a male conservative chorus chanting, "We know what is best for women," women have a reason to be concerned and outraged.
Picture, if you will, a woman who has just come out of a time capsule and finds a world so fast-paced, so "me' centered that she feels dizzy yet determined to become part of the mania.
Women need to be pro-active when it comes to breast cancer. As a four-year survivor, I know firsthand that the best protection of all is literally "at our finger tips."
Let's go back to the turn of the century. Men were ...
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