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Dear Graduates: You’re Screwed!

Ann283 Wrote: May 28, 2012 9:13 AM
All true, and much needed. However, to support the fact--yes, fact--that conservatives are well-informed and reliable as enlighteners, how about careful attention to mechanics in writing? (One graduates from college; one does not graduate college. When the writer speaks of two parents, using the possessive, he places the apostrophe after the s.) The message is vital; commendations to the writer, but please, let's represent ourselves as well-educated as to our use of the language.
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Why Senator Dick Lugar is Out

Ann283 Wrote: May 10, 2012 2:12 PM
Yes, Lugar's removal sends a note of optimism; he long ago deserved expulsion. However, the issue is a nationwide phenomenon, not a phenomena. Praises be for vocal and visible conservative commentators, but they need to be careful of their delivery, which includes proper English usage.
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It's Over - It's Been Over

Ann283 Wrote: Apr 12, 2012 9:23 AM
Mr. Greenberg has always been a favorite of mine. I admire and appreciate his eloquence, deliberation, and adherence to the values many of us consider the most important. However, to attribute greatness to Franklin Roosevelt is ignoring the truth of Mr. Roosevelt's life and policies. One outstanding example of his corrupt regime consists of his entitlement programs for millions of Americans in order to buy their repeated votes. He ranks close to our present president in relentless desire for personal power.
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