Interview Constance Dean

I interview Constance Dean on my Tuesday morning radio show at KSKQ in Ashland, Oregon.  Constance remembers her challenging life and how she broke through to self-ability and self-respect.  I had helped her remodel her house, tearing off a back room, creating a new foundation for a large community room and a second story for her private bedroom.  Almost all the materials were found for free at yardsales or from Habitat for Humanity.  The recycled nature of the project took on spiritual and synchronistic surprise.

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New Nattering Nabobs of Negativity

It was an earlier September 11th, back in 1970, when Nixon's vice-president Spiro Agnew let loose his alliterative "nattering nabobs of negativity." It helped launch the so-called Moral Majority, which morphed into the belligerent Tea Party, which shouted Donald Trump into our lives. Thing is, Republicans have long-been their own nattering nabobs of negativity. It's the only thing they do!  They deliberately didn't cooperate with anything President Obama politely posed.  They stopped our government from working at all, then blamed the malaise on Obama.  They're…

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Partial, Yet a Part

I'll bet you're like me.  I tend to think, "I know," and I do.  But what I tend to not know is how much I don't know.  There's not just all the information out there that I don't know, it's all the information in here that I barely remember.  I can access only a bit of what I know, but even that large realm is only a bit of what I should know.  You know things too, but you're like me, partial, limited, only a…

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