In the game of Jeopardy it’s not the answer that’s called for–it’s the question.
About Cindy A Matthews
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“I’ve been a Democrat for over forty years–but no more,” begins an all too common response to an online polling question posed to progressives about what party (if any) respondents identify with.
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After a recent visit to the Harding Presidential Site in Marion, Ohio, I was inspired to do a little digging into the past.
1 HEADER Healthcare, FEATURED CONTRIBUTORS activist, affordable care act, bob latte, bowling green state university, Cindy Matthews, citizen activist, dr. john ross, Environmental Protection Agency, EPA, gerrymander, health care, jim jordan, marcy kaput, marion, medicare, michael sherry, Obamacare, ohio, randy gardner, rob portman, sherrod brown, steve arndt, town hall
Three separate town hall events were held in our area this past week.
1 HEADER Cabinet, Donald Trump, FEATURED CONTRIBUTORS, Trump Cabinet 28th amendmente, betsy devos, betsy devos contributions, Cindy Matthews, citizen activist, citizens united, congress, Constitution, contributions, move to amend, rob portman, secretary of education
Since my return home from lobbying in the halls of Congress with other citizen activists, I have become sensitive to the frustrations my fellow Americans have voiced in regards to Trump’s cabinet […]
1 HEADER Donald Trump, American Life, Democratic Party, Economic Policy, FEATURED CONTRIBUTORS, Republican Party 1929, 1929 great depression, 2008, 2008 mortgage crisis, banking, banking practices, beltway, Cindy Matthews, citizen activism, citizen activist, D.C., DC, glass-steagall, great depression, lobby, lobbyist, lobbyists, marcy kaptur, mega-banks, mortgage crisis, new glass-steagall, return to prudent banking act, sean spicer, tim ryan, tulsi gabbard, walter jones, Washington
It is often said the movers and shakers of American politics exist inside a small and cozy world, busily wheeling and dealing with their peers.
American Life, Bernie Sanders, FEATURED CONTRIBUTORS chuck schumer, Cindy Matthews, Cornel West, Debbie Stabenow, Gary Peters, march, Martin Luther King Jr, MLK Jr, protest, rally, Toledo, Women's March
It’s been a whirlwind week of making history together in America.
1 HEADER Donald Trump, Bernie Sanders, Economic Policy, FEATURED CONTRIBUTORS, Immigration Policy 2016 Elections alternate press, educate, government regulation, jobs, low info voter, media, regulation, town hall
Senator Bernie Sanders would make an excellent kindergarten teacher.
This past year was a year of protest in the U.S. There were civil disobedience protests during “Democracy Spring” on the steps of the Capitol Building to voice outrage at the big […]
Every person who has ever met Thomas Jackson or seen his urban landscape and gardening work in his inner city Toledo, Ohio, neighborhood admires him.
Most states have set aside areas to preserve what the land used to be like before the coming of the Europeans. A place that’s as close to its original character as possible… […]
Richard Masters runs MCS Industries, the largest manufacturer of picture frames and mirrors in the U.S., but profits have shrunk in recent years in spite of their growth in sales.
Dear Sir: This is probably one of many emails regarding The Dakota Access Pipeline you have received and will receive, so I will keep it short and to the point.
A group of fifty Ohioans braved the rush hour traffic and car exhaust to take a stand against the Dakota Access pipeline recently. They stood on a busy highway in front of […]
YahNé Ndgo, surrogate for Jill Stein, gave a rousing rally speech for Toledo-area Greens recently, reminding her audience you can’t vote against someone, you can only vote for someone.
With so much negativity expressed this presidential election, it’s refreshing when voters express positive reasons and a sense of joy for supporting a candidate.
Clara Jeffery, editor-in-chief of Mother Jones magazine, recently tweeted how third party candidates (such as Gary Johnson and Jill Stein) attract young voters more than her favorite candidate, Hillary Clinton. Jeffery stated, […]
1 HEADER Donald Trump, American Life, Barack Obama, Democratic Party, Economic Policy, Election 2016, FEATURED CONTRIBUTORS, Foreign Policy, Gary Johnson, Green Party, Hillary Clinton, Jill Stein, Libertarian Party, Republican Party
Many Americans can’t ignore what the North American Free Trade Agreement (“NAFTA”) did to their communities.
Dr. Jill Stein, a Harvard-trained internist, says she now practices “political medicine” to treat the “mother of all illnesses” which ails our country, the corrupt political duopoly.