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by cpadmin last modified Jun 27, 2017 06:07 PM
News & Perspectives includes relevant events as well as perspectives to provide context in relation to Centrist concerns. We have in the past and may again integrate The Daily Show and periodic pieces from other shows that focus on the irony in what we hear in media reports. Some may find it objectionable, some insightful as parody on current events can be helpful. They make fun of both sides of the aisle leaning to the side offering the most nonsensical material at any given time.
The Common Sense Blog: Trump Update #2 - The Alligator King

The Common Sense Blog: Trump Update #2 - The Alligator King

by William J. Limón last modified Jun 27, 2017 06:47 PM

President Trump has stumbled mightily in his presidency. Republican initiatives have met considerable opposition from the courts and from the American people. Still, the unique foibles of Trump are not the only danger. If Pence becomes president, the problematic Republican agenda will continue. Only the Centrist pragmatic approach has the flexibility to meet the nation’s challenges.

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The Common Sense Blog: From Healthcare to Wealthcare

The Common Sense Blog: From Healthcare to Wealthcare

by William J. Limón last modified May 31, 2017 11:09 PM

Republicans, headed by self-described billionaire Donald Trump, talk big about saving the little guy from government overreach through healthcare mandated by Obamacare. Yet, if you examine their proposals both for healthcare and tax reform, it becomes apparent that they are much more interested in saving money for the rich. Centrists, on the other hand, aim to create programs that work for the nation as a whole.

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The Common Sense Blog: It's Time to End Our Bi-Polar Political System

The Common Sense Blog: It's Time to End Our Bi-Polar Political System

by William J. Limón last modified Jun 18, 2017 01:20 PM

Our Democracy is in danger of being strangled by the bi-polar system of only two major parties. The struggle between Republican conservative ideology vs. Democratic progressive ideology abandons the needs of mainstream America. We need a third major party, the Centrist Party, to bring sanity and effectively solve the nation's challenges.

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The Common Sense Blog: The Ins and Outs of Congress

The Common Sense Blog: The Ins and Outs of Congress

by William J. Limón last modified Mar 28, 2017 05:29 PM

Republicans and Democrats alike demonstrate an appalling lack of governing, from the White House all the way through Congress. Only a strong third party, the Centrist Party, can bring sanity back to our government.

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The Common Sense Blog: The Success of the Party of "NO!"

The Common Sense Blog: The Success of the Party of "NO!"

by William J. Limón last modified Feb 04, 2017 10:32 PM

The Republican Party stonewalled President Obama's agenda and brought Congress close to a standstill. Now, as the party in power, the Republicans must finally act. Will they help the voters who put them back in power, or will they fall back on their privatize-everything ideology and create more problems?

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Common Sense Blog: Trump Update #1

Common Sense Blog: Trump Update #1

by William J. Limón last modified Jan 25, 2017 07:00 PM

President-elect Trump has chosen a cabinet of career politicians and billionaire business leaders. This brings a change from the "Big Government" of the Democrats to the typical "Big Business" rule of Republican administrations, a far cry from Trump's promise to "drain the swamp" in Washington.

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Electoral College: Is the Trump presidency at risk?

Electoral College: Is the Trump presidency at risk?

by John P. Reisman last modified Dec 15, 2016 10:48 PM

Can the Electoral College overturn the popular vote? Is the Trump presidency at risk? Could Hillary Clinton still become president? What did the founding fathers of the US Constitution say about the electoral college? The electors vote on December 19 to decide the presidency. Get informed and spread the news.

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