Tag Archives: Joanie Mahoney

WOMEN VOTE!


Last night I heard a fact that astounded me:  most American voters are women.  I hadn’t given it any thought but vaguely figured that since most elected officials are men then men must be the majority of voters.  They are not.  … Continue reading

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Welfare, Racism and the Post-Standard (Part II)


By April 15, 2011, I was asking different kinds of questions in “Welfare Information:  Getting’ It”:  How can county legislators vote the budget without knowing who’s on Welfare and what it’s costing?  “All there is to work with is [County … Continue reading

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Welfare Information: Gettin’ It


What you want to know is how many people are receiving services and how much it costs.  I know this is what you want to know because you are flooding my blog with searches.  In the past week, there have … Continue reading

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