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A Few Good Things from Yesterday’s Votes

Ohio voters rejected issue 2. This overturns a law passed by the Republican legislature which took away collective bargaining. Mississippi is arguably the most conservative state in the union. They rejected a law that was going to make a zygote a person. If you can’t pass a law like this in Mississippi, this issue may be dead for another generation. Russell Pearce, the architect of Arizona’s immigration law, was voted out of office in a recall election. Locally, Buncombe County voted to support  AB Tech, barely.

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Saturday Afternoon News Roundup

I’m still reeling about the jobs report. Unemployment is unacceptably high. There is some big question on whether president Obama is going to go big – announce some large program in order to get millions and millions of Americans back to work or whether he will go small – announce something that he believes the Republican House will not object to. I think the unemployment numbers speak for themselves. Our president has to go big. Every now and then, it becomes unclear as to what’s going on inside the White House. Yesterday, the Obama administration decided to walk away from stricter

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Errington C. Thompson, MD

Dr. Thompson is a surgeon, scholar, full-time sports fan and part-time political activist. He is active in a number of community projects and initiatives. Through medicine, he strives to improve the physical health of all he treats.

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A Letter to America

The Thirteeneth Juror

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