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By Diane Wahto on March 19, 2015

As a liberal, or now what is called a progressive, and as someone who does a little bit of social interaction online, I have found myself a member of many liberal-progressive Facebook and e-mail groups. I don’t do Twitter. I opened a Twitter account to help my writer daughter-in-law spread the news about her Young Adult book series. However, I closed it after too many people wanted me to follow them and it occurred to me that the constant tweeting would take up whatever time I had left over from checking on Facebook and my e-mail. Oh, and I don’t text either. How much non-face-to-face interaction with other people does a person need during one day? Every so often I have to check my bank account and write a poem or two. How in the world can I have time for that if I’m constantly checking Facebook notifications and Tweets of the hundreds of people who wanted me to follow them?

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By Angelo Lopez on March 8, 2015



Even though I'm a liberal, I used to have quite a few conservative friends in my 20s and 30s. About the mid 1990s, though, something changed. Many of the conservatives that I've met since then have been less willing to respect differences of opinions, and I've gotten into some exasperating conflicts in the past decade or so. I still have some friends and family members who I care about who are conservative, and I think of them to remind me not to stereotype all conservatives as being a certain way. Here is a cartoon that I did for the February 18, 2015 Philippines Today on that subject.

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By Angelo Lopez on March 5, 2015

On March 4, 2015, the Santa Clara Wage Theft Coalition organized a rally to protest the practice of wage theft by Crazy Buffet restaurant in Sunnyvale, California. Crazy Buffet has a total of 21 judgements against it, totaling over $1 million, for not paying worker wages. In the last 2 years, the Labor Commissioner has issued citations totaling $1.6 million to the owners of Crazy Buffet.

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