Democracy: 5 Ways You Can Make It More Meaningful

An equal chance. It was what Abraham Lincoln firmly believed about the Declaration of Independence. It “gave promise that in due time the weights should be lifted from the shoulders of all men, and that all should have an equal chance.” The Declaration of Independence delivered the purpose and, eventually, the constitution. Equal chance through…

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Consistency, Character, and Citizenship – It Is Time!

There are at least two thoughts about the recent Romney 47% comment. The first thought is on consistency, a better way to think about authenticity. And, the second thought is on a need for a conversation about human nature and philosophy of who we are, or should be, as citizens. Consistency in Character and Conversations…

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Leading by Running Away – Right Example?

Most of us have read and followed the Wisconsin story and debates on how they should or should not handle their budget challenges. Embedded in this story was the fact that the Democratic legislators left the state in order to try to prevent certain actions from taking place. Today, in the papers, I read about…

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What Is the Best Way to Brand the Middle?

If a third party was to be a real force in U.S. politics, then it has to start with the basics. What is its brand? An interesting question which needs to be answered if a real independent or third party can be successful in American politics.

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Tilted Moderates – Danger in the Political Middle

Being a moderate politician is a dangerous place to be. Surviving primary elections is a challenge, yet the political middle play an essential role in American politics. Tilted moderates need to get passionate, and No Labels is one way to do this.

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Why I Joined the No Labels Movement

No Labels is a citizen movement to hold public officials accountable in holding civil debates in solving our nation’s challenges ahead. Join No Labels.

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