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By Angelo Lopez on August 29, 2009

In this past week, I've been feeling very sad at the death of Ted Kennedy. I share a sense of loss that many people feel over the death of this man who has been such a great progressive Senator for all these decades. But it's more than that. For many, it's not just Ted's death, but the death of a generation of Kennedys that has played such a dominate role in our nations politics for such a long period of time. I am a liberal because of my admiration of Martin Luther King Jr. and the Kennedys. In these past few days I've been reading a lot of blogs, post, and newspaper articles from writers saying how much Ted Kennedy has influenced their lives. It'll be a while before we see his likes again.

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By Angelo Lopez on August 22, 2009

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By Angelo Lopez on August 13, 2009

Over the past few months, one of President Obama's greatest legislation goals has been a push for near universal care for all Americans.

I generally support universal health care, but I haven't had a strong opinion on how this country should best achieve this goal, since I've yet to get a major health problem that has required me to go through the current medical system. I've had several friends who have had bad experiences with their insurance or friends who've lost their jobs and have struggled finding health insurance to help them cover their family. I did a cartoon in the July 29, 2009 issue of the Tri-City Voice .

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