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The Pre-Dawn Light


Well, it’s been quite a week here at Lake Wobegon.  I got the cops called on me—again.  One way you know if you’re being a good activist is if they call the cops on you, and this is two weeks … Continue reading

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The Wall, The Law and Who’s In Charge (part II)


(Continued from May 26)             So then I try to find my first workshop.  The signs beside the meeting room doors have been placed at a height of about five feet, which makes them invisible through the throng of people.  The … Continue reading

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From “HEALTHWATCH: The Hills Healthcare blog”


Study: US leads in healthcare spending, but ranks last in health By Sam Baker – 05/12/11 12:11 PM ET A new report reinforces statistics that supporters of healthcare reform have been trumpeting for years: The U.S. spends more than any … Continue reading

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Happiness is . . .


            In April 2001, despite having about a dozen chronic illnesses, I stopped taking drugs.  So what have I learned in the past decade?             I have learned that happiness consists of a good night’s sleep, a healthy diet, challenging … Continue reading

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Men, Women and Doctors


            The sun has risen on a skiff of snow covering the houses and hills outside my window.  My home and I are quiet this morning.  James Taylor’s “You’ve Got a Friend” accompanies tea.  Rainbows are dancing off the prism … Continue reading

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