Monthly Archives: June 2011

It’s Time For Some Straight Talk

In a recent column titled “The Trump Rebellion,” syndicated columnist Doug Giles tells of a chance meeting with a Cuban friend in his favorite Miami cigar store.  The conservative Cuban asked Giles if he could really vote for someone like … Continue reading

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Strange Customs

Ready for another installment of my own Reality Check experience outside the United States? I had always taken for granted, even when I lived in Nicaragua as a teen and young adult, that if I purchased something online or had … Continue reading

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The FBI Comes Out of the Closet

According to a June 12 article by Charlie Savage in the New York Times, “The Federal Bureau of Investigation is giving significant new powers to its roughly 14,000 agents, allowing them more leeway to search databases, go through household trash, … Continue reading

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