Category Archives: Presidents and Politics

  1. Tweeter In-Chief


    January 10, 2017 by gregrabidoux2013

        George Washington was too pre-occupied with renovating his Mount Vernon country estate. Thomas Jefferson pursued so many hobbies …
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  2. So, Do Presidential Debates Really Matter?


    September 15, 2015 by gregrabidoux2013

    Yes, they do. But, there’s a catch. They matter but mostly to the candidates. More precisely, they matter because for …
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  3. Is President Barack Obama still the President?


    September 27, 2014 by gregrabidoux2013

    I ask only half-jokingly. You see we, as Americans, as citizens, as voters, frequently allow even our most beloved leaders …
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  4. Is Everything “Fair Game” in Politics? Should it Be?


    May 19, 2014 by gregrabidoux2013

    When I ran for US Congress in 2010 I was asked all sorts of questions. A lot of them were …
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  5. US Wages Secret Cyber-War Against Cuba. Not Surprisingly It Fails. Again.


    April 5, 2014 by gregrabidoux2013

    This week revelations surfaced that the US has been waging a “super-secret” cyber-war against Cuba. The goal apparently is to …
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  6. College Campuses and Rape. Our Women Deserve The Truth. And Justice.


    January 30, 2014 by gregrabidoux2013

    On campuses across our country, both private and public, female students are being sexually assaulted and raped in increasing numbers. …
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  7. Public Servant or Bully? Payback’s a Real Bridge.


    January 23, 2014 by gregrabidoux2013

    We like tough guys but frown on thugs, just ask Richard Sherman of the NFL’s Seattle Seahawks. We want directness …
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